What’s on in Mid Wales
With two counties and countless hills and mountains, Mid Wales is a strong contender for the most glorious views available in Britain. This region has Ceredigion to the east and Powys to the west, and includes the Brecon Beacons and Cambrian Mountains among its natural bounty; on the manmade side of things, everything from Aberystwyth’s seafront to the bookshops of Hay-On-Wye. Read on to see what’s on in Mid Wales.
Members of Stitching Botanical present an exhibition of textiles depicting Welsh lichen to show its colour and diversity. Going on the photos I really like the look of this! There's …
Jewellery, sculpture, glass, ceramics, printmaking and paintings from artists including Tim Rossiter, Martin Truefitt-Baker, Kay Leverton, Tim Rossiter, Martin Truefitt-Baker, Kay Leverton David Haswell and Rhian Symes.
Work by Peter Cronin, Zoe Mathias, David Eveleigh, Neil Saunders, Kim Colebrook, Yvette Brown, Alice Keeler, Thomasin Toohie, Richard Studer, Tydd Pottery, Anna Stickland and Stephen Henderson.
A changing exhibition of new work from gallery artists.
Touring kids' show by Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru and Theatr Iolo, sold on a pay what you can basis at this venue. On at 11am and 1.30pm.
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