The Corn Exchange Gallery in Cardigan Guildahall
Saturday 24th January 2015 - Sunday 14th June
Location: Aberystwyth Arts Centre
A series of changing installations using pots from the Ann Carr Collection of Wenford Bridge Ceramics
Saturday 31st January 2015 - Saturday 21st March
A child is born with a hole where his heart should be. A vacuum where his soul should be. The only way to cure the baby is to find the horse with the human heart and give it to the child. But first the horse needs to be found... A story in woodcuts, written and illustrated by John Abell, will be exhibited for the first time in Oriel Mwldan. This is Abell's debut as both writer and artist, and differs from his usual practice of making sprawling images with found material. Don't miss the opening of this exhibition which will include a talk from the artist - 4pm on Saturday the 31st of January. All welcome!
Sunday 15th March 2015
Location: Small World Theatre
After four successful FLEat markets, we are back with an indulgent Spring flea market. We welcome you to our unique combination of stalls showcasing designers, artists, bakers and makers of every kind. Explore their wears and ideas, including shabby chic and vintage clothing, music, crafts and jewellery and treat yourself to some delicious eats! Come along to this unique shopping experience and a fabulous day out for the whole family.
Saturday 28th March 2015 - Saturday 16th May
Central to Cherry Pickles' work is self-portraiture. These paintings often involve role play and so call to attention such popular perceptions as the heroic stature of the male artist (self-portraits as Dylan Thomas and William S Boroughs). Pickles often works from the car, exploring the way mirrors and windscreens enliven what we see, whether landscapes through smeared windscreens, self-portraits through rear-view mirrors or seated passengers.
Wednesday 5th August 2015 - Tuesday 18th August
Location: St Dogmaels Abbey
The Tempest will be the Abbey Shakespeare Players' 29th summer production in St Dogmaels Abbey and will be directed by Henry Morris. The Tempest is one of Shakespeare's late works, and apparently the last play of which he was sole author. A masterpiece of dramatic invention, its repeated allusions to art, spectacle and illusion have led some to associate Prospero with Shakespeare himself. Seated outdoors near the sea, be transported to an island that shows us what it means to be human. And as the day ends and swallows turn into stars, St Dogmaels Abbey creates its very own kind of magic. With live music and a lively cast, The Tempest will be The Abbey Shakespeare Players' 29th production in the majestic ruins of St Dogmaels Abbey. Tickets will be available in advance from Theatr Mwldan, Cardigan Tickets are also available at the gate on the evening. This is an outdoor production so please dress warmly. Seating is provided. Proceeds to Hanes Llandoch Registered Charity No. 1089775