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SPAN

Celf fel newid cymdeithasol yng Nghymru wledig
Arts as social change in rural Wales

Inspiring and connecting rural people, places and communities creatively

Latest

  • Call-out: Become a Theatr Soffa cast member!
    Innovative community theatre programme Theatr Soffa needs you!

     

  • Theatr Soffa’s Festive Treat: A Child’s Christmas in Wales
    Find out more about this winter's Theatr Soffa performances!

     

  • Watch This Making-of Film About The Song of the Golden Road!
    A radio ballad, an extended sound piece weaving together oral speech, ambient sound, traditional songs and newly created music and lyrics was created from the rich and deep material recorded.

     

Book

  • Cân Sing Span Arts Singing Workshops
    Cân Sing Span Arts Singing Workshops
    Mon 17th Jan - Mon 31st Jan
    Online at Home
    We have moved online! Cân Sing will be taking place online for the time being. We will continue to review the situation monthly in-line with Covid guidance.
    Cân Sing is a relaxed environment in which we sing for the sake of singing!
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Take part in our Projects

  • Cân y Ffordd Euraidd
    Song of the Golden Road
    A community produced radio ballad giving voice to the sounds, speech and songs of an ancient trackway: a route through the Preseli Heartlands. Workshops open to all.

     

  • Theatr Soffa
    SPAN's online live streaming community theatre company
    Theatr Soffa is a new online community theatre company presenting live-streamed community performances through zoom in both English and Welsh

     

  • Art Well/ Celf Lles
    Projects in singing, theatre, and creative writing
    A pioneering series of projects, in singing, theatre and creative writing to help people in Pembrokeshire whose health and wellbeing has been adversely affected by the pandemic. Art Well is a partnership between SPAN, Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Services (PAVS), PAVS Community Connectors, Pembrokeshire County Council and Hywel Dda UHB Research Innovation and Improvement Coordination Hub, aimed at building resilience of isolated individuals / communities in Pembrokeshire through the arts. Art Well/ Celf Lles presents: 
    Remote Choir:  A singing project for older people.

     

  • Remote Choir
    With Molara
    A singing project developed in response to the increase in chronic and severe loneliness experienced by older people in Pembrokeshire.

     

  • Arts & Health Pembrokeshire Network
    A new network for arts and health provision in Pembrokeshire
    SPAN has established a new Arts and Health network for Pembrokeshire to build on the growing body of evidence that shows that the arts can play a vital role in transforming communities, tackling loneliness and isolation and improving health and wellbeing.

     

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Make, Watch & Do

  • Watch This Making-of Film About The Song of the Golden Road!
    A radio ballad, an extended sound piece weaving together oral speech, ambient sound, traditional songs and newly created music and lyrics was created from the rich and deep material recorded.

     

  • Listen Now: Song of the Golden Road Radio Ballad
    A radio ballad, an extended sound piece weaving together oral speech, ambient sound, traditional songs and newly created music and lyrics was created from the rich and deep material recorded.

     

  • Shared Worlds Documentary
    Part of SPAN's COVID response and Pembrokeshire’s Campaign for Kindness

     

  • The Baghdaddies
    Exclusive Lockdown Gig
    On the 13th June SPAN joined forces with The Baghdaddies for an exclusive pre-recorded gig!

     

  • Eco Printing
    With Kate Kekwick
    Learn how to screen print using all natural materials with illustrator Kate Kekwick.

     

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