New Outdoor Arts in Wales: First Tour Dates Announced

By 6th July 2022Uncategorised

Articulture and the Wales Outdoor Arts Consortium are thrilled to announce the first set of tour dates for two new outdoor arts works commissioned for Wales this summer.

‘Dwndwr y Dŵr’ – by BACA & Rhiannon Mair

BACA (Butetown Arts & Culture Association) are inviting the whole of Wales to take part in the iconic Butetown Carnival! Drawing on magical motifs and folk memories from Wales and around the world to bring you a story about desires, choices and consequences. Through Carnival costume, music and dance, Dwndwr y Dŵr explores themes around migration and displacement, those left at home and those in limbo.

Upcoming Dates
Sat 9 July – Dance Days, Swansea @ 13:00
Sun 24 July – The Big Splash, Newport
Sat 30 July – Eisteddfod, Tregaron (Opening Event)
Sat 6 August – Eisteddfod, Tregaron
Thu 11 August – The Welfare, Ystradgynlais
Wed 31 August – Aberystwyth Arts Centre

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‘Ceri-Ann Arian!’ by Kitsh & Sync Collective and TeiFi

Move over Dale Winton, there’s a new Discount Queen in town! An interactive, comedy, musical theatre extravaganza performed in Welsh. Ceri-Ann Arian! explores the Pink Tax ’phenomenon’, consumerism and gender by welcoming audiences into a world of tacky shopping channels, gameshows and overpriced products.

Upcoming Dates
Sat 9 July – Dance Days, Swansea @ 12:25 / 14:00 / 15:30
Sat 23 July – The Big Splash, Newport
Fri 5 August – Eisteddfod, Tregaron
Sat 6 August – Eisteddfod, Tregaron
Sat 13 August – Dance in the Park, Pembrey Country Park
Sat 10 September – Aberystwyth Arts Centre

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Keep an eye on Articulture’s social media as we announce more tour dates across Wales and beyond – #OpenOut2022

Facebook – @ArticultureWales
Twitter – @Articulture_
Instagram – @articulture_wales

Image 1 – Butetown Arts & Culture Association
Image 2 – Kitsch & Sync Collective

The #OpenOut2022 commissions by Wales Outdoor Arts Commissioning Consortium and Articulture have been supported by the Arts Council of Wales, Welsh Government and the National Lottery.



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