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Month: May 2016

Marian Delyth

Marian Delyth Marian Delyth IN CONVERSATION WITH EMYR YOUNG.Blaenplwyf, June 2015 Marian Delyth YN SGWRSIO GYDAG EMYR YOUNGBlaenplwyf, Mehefin 2015 Emyr Young and Marian Delyth Marian’s studio Marian Delyth discussing her latest work A selection of published books using Marian’s photography Marian Delyth has worked as a freelance photographer and designer from her studio in Blaenplwyf since 1982. After college she worked in an advertising studio before returning to teach in Coleg Ceredigion. Her work can be seen in numerous publications and she has won numerous awards for her work. In 2000 photography became a priority and her time is shared between photographic commissions, developing personal projects, conducting workshops and occasional teaching. Mae Marian Delyth wedi gweithio fel ffotograffydd a dylunydd llaw rydd o’i stiwdio ym Mlaenplwyf ers 1982. Wedi gadael coleg bu’n gweithio mewn stiwdio hysbysebu am gyfnod cyn dychwelyd i Geredigion. Gellir gweld gwaith Marian mewn nifer o gyhoeddiadau ac mae wedi ennill sawr gwobr am ei gwaith. Yn y flwyddyn 2000 penderfynodd ganolbwyntio ar ei gyrfa ffotograffig gan rannu ei hamser rhwng comisiynau, gwaith personol, gweithdai a dysgu yn achlysurol. See below for a small selection of Marian’s work, reproduced here on Ffoton with kind permission of the photographer. Yma ar Ffoton trwy garedigrwydd y ffotograffydd fe welwch gasgliad bychan o’i waith isod. Gallery images © Marian Delyth. Used with permission of the photographer. Podcast images © Brian...

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Desmond Barrit & Olwen Rees

National Theatre Wales with Wales Millennium Centre Written by Patrick Jones Directed by Matthew Dunster Before I leave I’ll give you some happinessThe laughter and pain, the good that remainsHold me tighter still, keep me safe untilHold me close, before I leave In Merthyr, people who are losing themselves find each other in a choir for individuals living with dementia and Alzheimer’s. Joe is too young, this shouldn’t be happening to him; Dyanne battles to hold on to the man she married. Evan and Rocky fight a 30-year-old fight – the miners’ strike may be long gone, but the scars remain as the memories jumble and fade. Ex-librarian and mezzo-soprano Marge has lost her voice. Perhaps only the choir can help her get it back. And Isabelle won’t let her spirit be locked away and forgotten in a care home that she thinks doesn’t care at all. A funny, moving and ultimately uplifting production featuring covers of well-known songs by artists ranging from Tom Jones to the Sex Pistols, plus a new song by Nicky Wire and James Dean Bradfield of Manic Street Preachers. 27 May – 11 June, 7.30pm31 May 7.00pm Previews27 – 30 May MatineesSaturday 11 June, 2.30pm – Captioned and Audio Described Performance – with BSL pre show talkThursday 9 June, 2.30pm – Relaxed Performance Captioned Relaxed PeformanceThursday 9 June, 2.30pm Captioned and Audio Described Performance – with BSL pre show...

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Gaynor Morgan Rees, Desmond Barrit & Lisa Zahra

National Theatre Wales with Wales Millennium Centre Written by Patrick Jones Directed by Matthew Dunster Before I leave I’ll give you some happinessThe laughter and pain, the good that remainsHold me tighter still, keep me safe untilHold me close, before I leave In Merthyr, people who are losing themselves find each other in a choir for individuals living with dementia and Alzheimer’s. Joe is too young, this shouldn’t be happening to him; Dyanne battles to hold on to the man she married. Evan and Rocky fight a 30-year-old fight – the miners’ strike may be long gone, but the scars remain as the memories jumble and fade. Ex-librarian and mezzo-soprano Marge has lost her voice. Perhaps only the choir can help her get it back. And Isabelle won’t let her spirit be locked away and forgotten in a care home that she thinks doesn’t care at all. A funny, moving and ultimately uplifting production featuring covers of well-known songs by artists ranging from Tom Jones to the Sex Pistols, plus a new song by Nicky Wire and James Dean Bradfield of Manic Street Preachers. 27 May – 11 June, 7.30pm31 May 7.00pm Previews27 – 30 May MatineesSaturday 11 June, 2.30pm – Captioned and Audio Described Performance – with BSL pre show talkThursday 9 June, 2.30pm – Relaxed Performance Captioned Relaxed PeformanceThursday 9 June, 2.30pm Captioned and Audio Described Performance – with BSL pre show...

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Gaynor Morgan Rees & Dafydd Hywel

National Theatre Wales with Wales Millennium Centre Written by Patrick Jones Directed by Matthew Dunster Before I leave I’ll give you some happinessThe laughter and pain, the good that remainsHold me tighter still, keep me safe untilHold me close, before I leave In Merthyr, people who are losing themselves find each other in a choir for individuals living with dementia and Alzheimer’s. Joe is too young, this shouldn’t be happening to him; Dyanne battles to hold on to the man she married. Evan and Rocky fight a 30-year-old fight – the miners’ strike may be long gone, but the scars remain as the memories jumble and fade. Ex-librarian and mezzo-soprano Marge has lost her voice. Perhaps only the choir can help her get it back. And Isabelle won’t let her spirit be locked away and forgotten in a care home that she thinks doesn’t care at all. A funny, moving and ultimately uplifting production featuring covers of well-known songs by artists ranging from Tom Jones to the Sex Pistols, plus a new song by Nicky Wire and James Dean Bradfield of Manic Street Preachers. 27 May – 11 June, 7.30pm31 May 7.00pm Previews27 – 30 May MatineesSaturday 11 June, 2.30pm – Captioned and Audio Described Performance – with BSL pre show talkThursday 9 June, 2.30pm – Relaxed Performance Captioned Relaxed PeformanceThursday 9 June, 2.30pm Captioned and Audio Described Performance – with BSL pre show...

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Melanie Walters, Martin Marquez & Dafydd Hywel

National Theatre Wales with Wales Millennium Centre Written by Patrick Jones Directed by Matthew Dunster Before I leave I’ll give you some happinessThe laughter and pain, the good that remainsHold me tighter still, keep me safe untilHold me close, before I leave In Merthyr, people who are losing themselves find each other in a choir for individuals living with dementia and Alzheimer’s. Joe is too young, this shouldn’t be happening to him; Dyanne battles to hold on to the man she married. Evan and Rocky fight a 30-year-old fight – the miners’ strike may be long gone, but the scars remain as the memories jumble and fade. Ex-librarian and mezzo-soprano Marge has lost her voice. Perhaps only the choir can help her get it back. And Isabelle won’t let her spirit be locked away and forgotten in a care home that she thinks doesn’t care at all. A funny, moving and ultimately uplifting production featuring covers of well-known songs by artists ranging from Tom Jones to the Sex Pistols, plus a new song by Nicky Wire and James Dean Bradfield of Manic Street Preachers. 27 May – 11 June, 7.30pm31 May 7.00pm Previews27 – 30 May MatineesSaturday 11 June, 2.30pm – Captioned and Audio Described Performance – with BSL pre show talkThursday 9 June, 2.30pm – Relaxed Performance Captioned Relaxed PeformanceThursday 9 June, 2.30pm Captioned and Audio Described Performance – with BSL pre show...

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