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A fabulous evening of jazz and an art exhibition and auction are set to raise funds for the arts department at Ysgol Gyfun Emlyn. It’s all happening at Small World Centre in Cardigan on Friday, July 17 from 19:00.
People are spoiled for choice on events to attend this week around the Cardigan and Teifi Valley area.
Amateur dramatic company Cardigan Theatre wowed audiences with their production of Calendar Girls and raised hundreds for charity in the process. When they staged the play in 2012 they put on an extra performance to raise even more money. Now they are back with another risqué show that promises to be just as entertaining for audiences. Sex Cells by Anna Longaretti, staged by Cardigan Theatre, is at Theatre Mwldan on June 23 and 24, at 7.30pm.
If you haven’t caught up with Live Screenings at your local cinema yet, this summer is a great time to start. Coming up are major art exhibitions from galleries around the world, opera from the English National Opera, the Royal Opera House and from the Metropolitan in New York, ballet from the Royal Ballet, Shakespeare from the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre, and contemporary drama from the NT too – all showing at a cinema near you. Check out what’s on at Theatr Mwldan in Cardigan to get you started.
Want to see a blockbuster art exhibition from top galleries of the world without travelling more than a few miles from home? Check out the latest Exhibition on Screen at your local cinema. The next great art feature at Theatr Mwldan in Cardigan is ‘The Impressionists’, showing on June 2nd.
A Fish Feast with folk music? Oh yes, that’s how we roll here in west Wales. The Fish Feast and concert event being held at Small World Centre in Cardigan on Friday, May 29th, from 6pm, will be a great Community Celebration. There will be a delicious fish supper to start and a concert starring Welsh folk band Fernhill to follow.
The Cellar Bar has been a centre of entertainment for years and is a vital part of the social infrastructure not only for Cardian but the wider area and Peter Kinsey who has launched the scheme hopes to do all he can to save it but needs your help
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