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Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

A Celebration Of Music And The Arts 2-17 October 2015


Swansea International Festival, formerly the Swansea Festival of Music and the Arts, takes up the challenge of exploring new territory, new programming and, most importantly - the chance to reach new audiences - while continuing to meet the needs of the Festival’s long-standing loyal audiences.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Cardiff Dance Festival Launches Details Of Its Inaugural Event


The organisers of Cardiff Dance Festival 2015 (CDF15) are proud to announce details of this year’s inaugural event.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Three Welsh Theatre Companies Chosen for British Council Edinburgh Showcase


Three Welsh theatre productions will be heading to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (7 - 31 August 2015) to take part in the British Council’s Edinburgh Showcase (24 – 29 August).

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Wales In Lorient 2015


WELSH CULTURE EXPORTED TO MAJOR CELTIC FESTIVAL IN BRITANNY Folk band Calan, singer songwriter Lleuwen Steffan, harpist and singer Gwenan Gibbard and Aber Valley Male Voice Choir will feature in a delegation of Welsh artists and performers setting sail for Brittany at the beginning of August for the Festival Interceltique de Lorient (7 – 16 August festival-interceltique.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Wales in Edinburgh 2015


With nearly 3,000 shows, covering everything from experimental circus to big-name comedy, this year's fringe offers more than ever.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

BIME (Oct 28-31, Bilbao) – 20% discount for delegates from Wales!


BIME is Europe’s leading conference festival for music, tech and new ideas.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project



Wales' two national theatre companies - National Theatre Wales and Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru - team up for the very first time, with one of the country's leading artists, Marc Rees, and broadcaster S4C to create ​a visual and storytelling feast.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Gelynion – Enemies – contemporary poetry in collaboration


Across the country this month, over 50 poets are collaborating in pairs on original new work. They’ll be performing at live events in Newport, Cardiff, Swansea, Aberystwyth, Bangor, Hay-on-Wye and London.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Walking Cities India-Wales


Walking Cities is a project developed by British Council and Wales Arts International which has paired Indian and Welsh writers giving them the opportunity to tour each other’s home cities and region through the eyes of the local host.

Carwyn Evans, The Suitcase Project

Invisible Beauty: Rabab Ghazoul


Congratulations to Rabab Ghazoul on being selected to show as part of the National Pavilion of Iraq at this year’s Venice Biennale.

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