Butetown from an international mancunian perspective

I'm on a Creative Visit with two other artists from Contact in Manchester. We are looking into a potential project in Butetown.

The Mosque on Alice Street

Bute Street, with a smiley face

Traders on the floor of the Coal Exchange when it was at its height




The Coal Exchange

Steve Fletcher (South Wales Intercultural Community Arts) rehearsing 'Here Be Dragons' for Cardiff MAS Carnival

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Comment by James Doyle-Roberts on August 4, 2009 at 12:25
I'd love to get involved as I'm an ex-Butetownie. My company CITRUS collaborates with events organisers, directors & producers to help add spectacular performance elements (dance, aerial-performance, circus-skills training), to projects on a range of scales.

Let me know if you'd like to add that extra element to the work.

Let me know if
Comment by Catherine Paskell on August 4, 2009 at 0:29
These photos were taken by Borhan when he came down from Manchester to visit National Theatre Wales, along with Ali and Yusra. We spent three days meeting people living, working and developing South Cardiff BRG communities (Butetown, Riverside and Grangetown), and chatting with local people to find out more about the happenings in their local areas. We were exploring Butetown as a potential hub for a project; working with local people in Butetown to combine their pride and talent with the creativity of the Manchester artists. We are excited to see what can happen next and what can develop from our meetings.
Comment by Beca Lewis Jones on August 3, 2009 at 23:41
the pictures look great! what are your plans and ideas?
Comment by Sarah-Jane Broderick on August 3, 2009 at 4:18
What is it you're looking to do?
Comment by Deborah Powell on July 24, 2009 at 14:05
Great to meet you guys the other day & to see the powerful subtext in these images...

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