Dawns yn y Parc | Dance in the Park
We are delighted to present three highly entertaining dance
performances at our outdoor stage this summer -
Kitsch & Sync Collective & TeiFi
Introducing ‘Ceri-Ann Arian’ our outrageous TV host!
Welcome to the world of tacky shopping channels, gameshows and overpriced products… move over Dale Winton, there’s a new Discount Queen in town!
A highly interactive, comedy, musical theatre extravaganza performed in Welsh, exploring the Pink Tax phenomenon, consumerism and gender in true musical theatre fashion!
A collaboration between Kitsch & Sync Collective and bilingual singer-songwriter, music producer and theatre performer Teifi.
An ‘OpenOut2022’ commission by Wales Outdoor Arts Commissioning Consortium and Articulture. Supported by the Arts Council of Wales, Welsh Government and the National Lottery.
Honeymoon Balloon - Gary & Pel
Gary and Pel have two tickets to paradise and are about to embark on their first-ever luxury hot air balloon vacation. What could possibly go wrong for the King and Queen of the skies?
Binoculars at the ready as this cartoon couple take fiasco to a whole new height. A 20-minute live-action cartoon escapade for all ages to enjoy; expect bear traps, sandbags and red carpet reveals plus our very own 12ft hot air balloon. A jam-packed slapstick comedy adventure.
This performance was commissioned by Festival of the Sky, Arts Council of Wales with support from Chapter Arts Centre, Dance Blast and Newport Live.
Pop up Pedestal
This performance explores the concept of statues in public spaces and social justice themes of representation, protest and gender equality.
Popping-up in the heart of communities, the pedestal invites audiences to reflect on public space from within public space and to consider what’s around them and why it matters. Suitable for people of all ages.
The statue of statistician Florence Nightingale is delighted to be freed from her position on the pedestal by the audience. Using a combination of original live song, game playing and discussion she poses the questions: Who deserves a place on the pedestal in 2021? How should history be presented in our towns and streets, on our plaques and memorials? What progress has taken place during the 19th & 20th centuries?
Wheelchair users or those with access needs – please contact the box office to book your ticket. email@example.com 0345 226 3510 - lines are open Tues – Sat, 10am – 3pm.
This event takes place outdoors at Pembrey Country Park.
No seating is provided. You are welcome to bring outdoor chairs or a blanket to sit on.
As this event takes place outdoors, please keep a close eye on the weather forecast and dress accordingly.
Parking charges apply.
- Category: Dance
- Category: Dance