25 - 28 April 2019 | Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff

RawFfest - Youth Arts Festival

Programme

Programme

First wave of programme released

The programme is now live!

The first wave of RawFfest GŵylGrai events has gone live! From art to theatre and fashion to music there’ll be dozens of performances, workshops and exhibitions to get excited about this year.  

What is unique about our festival is that it is programmed by young people and all the performances and exhibitions will be by young people (aged 14 – 25). The many masterclasses and workshops are led by experts, emerging artists and some by young people themselves. 

For tickets please visit our Wales Millennium Centre page: https://www.wmc.org.uk/cy/ein-stori/newyddion/rawffest

Thursday

Exhibition: Young, Migrant and Welsh

Location: TBC
Date: Thursday 25th April 2019
Time: All day

Led by: Ethnic Minorities & Youth Support Team Wales
Category: Visual Art

An exhibition of videos, photography and painting exploring identity, heritage and what it really means to be Young, Migrant and Welsh. There will also be photomarathon challenge for you to add your own identity to the project, by constructing and taking a photo.

Thursday

Radio Platfform

Location: Radio Platfform Studio
Date: Thursday 25th April 2019
Time: 11:00 - 22:00

Led by: Radio Platfform
Category: Film, TV and Radio

Radio Platfform will be running live throughout the festival. There’ll be playlists featuring our performers, interviews with special guests, and reporting of latest news. Drop in any time to see how a radio station runs.

Thursday

Exhibition: Hwb Bwb

Location: Glanfa
Date: Thursday 25th April 2019
Time: 15:30 - 22:30

Led by: Menai Rowalnds a Hwb Bwb
Category: Visual Art

Partner:
CWVYS

An ambitious installation exploring mental health and wellbeing. Created by young artists aged 14-25 from North Wales.

Thursday

Open Mic

Location: Glanfa
Date: Thursday 25th April 2019
Time: 21:30 - 22:30

Led by: Rhwydwaith Hyrwyddwyr Ifainc
Category: Music

This slot is being curated by young people interested in a career in music. Expect an eclectic mix of acoustic, singer-songwriters, indie, Welsh language, retro, jazz and more.

Thursday

Pulse: Youth Dance Showcase

Location: Weston Studio
Date: Thursday 25th April 2019
Time: 18:00 - 19:00pm

Led by: N/A
Capacity: N/A
Category: Dance

We are delighted to kick off our festival with a high-energy gala of some of the best youth dance companies in Wales today.The lineup includes the dynamic Afon Youth Dance Company’s latest contemporary dance piece; disabled dance group Motion Dance challenging perceptions with a piece based on the Hunger Games; Fusions Elite presenting their hard-hitting ‘Keyboard Warriors’ on the theme of cyberbullying; and Shelley Norton Stage School lifting the spirit with a showcase of musical theatre numbers.

Thursday

Circus Mundi

Location: Weston Studio
Date: Thursday 25th April 2019
Time: 19:30 - 20:30

Led by: NoFit State Circus
Capacity: N/A
Category: Circus

To celebrate the 250th anniversary of Circus, NoFit State bring together their most promising young circus talent to perform Circus Mundi. The show, inspired by extensive research into the circus heritage, is a celebration of circus icons, traditions and the communal spirt of the circus life.Expect to be dazzled by aerial artistry, acrobatics and juggling and so much more in the most ambitious Youth Circus performance to date! Originally commissioned by The Courtyard Hereford

Friday

Well Iawn Pop Up

Location: Glanfa
Date: Friday 26th April 2019
Time: 11:00 - 22:30

Led by: Mess up the Mess
Category: Visual Art

Shwd wyt ti? Inspired by the form of trees, this bright pop up installation invites you to join in creative wellbeing activities. Play a game of emoji patience and reflect on your mood, or try on a new smile with our Smile Consultant.

Friday

Exhibition: Young, Migrant and Welsh

Location: TBC
Date: Friday 26th April 2019
Time: All day

Led by: Ethnic Minorities & Youth Support Team Wales
Category: Visual Art

An exhibition of videos, photography and painting exploring identity, heritage and what it really means to be Young, Migrant and Welsh. There will also be photomarathon challenge for you to add your own identity to the project, by constructing and taking a photo.

Friday

Radio Platfform

Location: Radio Platfform
Date: Friday 26th April 2019
Time: 11:00 - 22:00

Led by: Radio Platfform
Category: Film, TV and Radio

Radio Platfform will be running live throughout the festival. There’ll be playlists featuring our performers, interviews with special guests, and reporting of latest news. Drop in any time to see how a radio station runs.

Friday

Exhibition: Hwb Bwb

Location: Glanfa
Date: Friday 26th April 2019
Time: 11:00 - 22:30

Led by: Menia Rowlands a Hwb Bwb
Category: Visual Art

Partner:
CWYVS

An ambitious installation exploring mental health and wellbeing. Created by young artists aged 14-25 from North Wales.

Friday

Opera. But not as you know it.

Location: Japan Room
Date: Friday 26th April 2019
Time: 11:00 – 12:30; 13:30 – 15:00; 16:00 – 17:30

Led by: Operasonic
Capacity: 10
Category: Music

Back by popular demand! Begin the reinvention of opera by working with a composer and two opera singers. This workshop will focus on what you want to hear and how you want to make it.  Don’t think it’s for you? Operasonic was the surprise hit of our first two festivals. Go on. We dare you to give it a try.

Friday

Cypher

Location: Glanfa
Date: Friday 26th April 2019
Time: 17.30pm - 18.15pm

Led by: Avant Cymru
Capacity: N/A
Category: Dance

Join the Hip Hop Cypher and throw down breakin’, lockin’, Poppin’ and Hip Hop Dance moves led by Avant Cymru and their dance performers from across the UK and Wales. Grab the mic spit your rhymes, all Hip Hop artists welcome to share, a Cypher is a creative space and all creatives welcome #JoinIn Peace, Unity and Respect to All.  

Friday

Performance: Opera. But not as you know it.

Location: Glanfa
Date: Friday 26th April 2019
Time: 18:30 - 19:00

Led by: Operasonic
Category: Music

Prepare to be amazed by the results of today’s Operasonic workshops. Your music. Your words. Their incredible voices.

Friday

FunD’Mental’

Location: Weston Studio
Date: Friday 26th April 2019
Time: 12:30 - 13:30

Led by: Spectacle Youth Theatre
Category: Theatre

Everyone has a story; a past, the present and a future. All of which can be changed. Or can they?A group of extraordinary young people share their stories of growing up in an age that asks so much of them. Laugh out loud, it's okay to be mental! It's just a word! (Is it?) Come and join us. The 40 minute performance will be followed by a discussion with the cast.

Friday

How to be a man

Location: Weston Studio
Date: Friday 26th April 2019
Time: 17:00 - 17:30

Led by: The Welfare Ystradgynlais Youth Theatre & Theatr3
Category: Theatre

How To Be a Man is a devised show by six 16-18 year olds, about what it means to be a young man amongst the furious flux of gender identity & politics today.Watch them tip-toe a precarious path from gangsta grime through to boys ballet; weaving their individual stories and personal experiences along the way. This is a direct, raw and honest piece of theatre straight from the heart of boys on the verge of manhood…whatever that means.Age: 14+

Friday

UGC +/-

Location: Preseli Room
Date: Friday 26th April 2019
Time: 11:00 - 12:00

Led by: Amy Lewis and members of Narberth Youth Theatre
Capacity: 12
Category: Theatre

An immersive improv session led by Amy Lewis and members of NYT. Is technology taking over and who really has control? Unpicking the impact of ‘user-generated content’ on us.

Friday

Getting You Out There

Location: The Library (Sony Room)
Date: Friday 26th April 2019
Time: 13:30 - 15:00

Led by: Jannat Ahmed
Capacity: 12
Category: Literature & spoken word

Have you been heart-broken by social media? Do you doubt your abilities? Well don’t. Jannat is here to show you how to be the best version of you that you can be.Social media, blogging, podcasts, print, websites. Jannat Ahmed has worked her way through all these in her quest to get people’s voices heard. For 90 minutes she will help you to avoid the pitfalls and learn the secrets.A self-publishing guide to making your dreams come true.

Friday

Unplugged

Location: Weston Studio
Date: Friday 26th April 2019
Time: 15:00 - 15:30

Led by: Narberth Youth Theatre
Capacity: N/A
Category: Theatre

Ping... ding... buzz ping ding… sorry did you say something... oh yeah, I was on my phone. I didn’t hear you.Nobody stops to talk anymore. I only respond to noises not words.Unplugged... what if you just switched it off? A new play exploring life without technology and the pressures of social media. Join us on our a journey as we attempt to find out...

Friday

Marathon Roc Sbarc Galeri

Location: Glanfa
Date: Friday 26th April 2019
Time: 15:30 - 16:00

Led by: Sbarc Galeri
Category: Music

Participants from Galeri’s annual Marathon Roc course bring the Glanfa to life with their high-energy set. These bands are part of the Sbarc Project that has been running at Galeri, Caernarfon since 1999.

Friday

Truth or Dare

Location: The Library (Sony)
Date: Friday 26th April 2019
Time: 16:00 - 17:30

Led by: Jake Evans
Capacity: 10
Category: Literature & spoken word

Tall tales, urban myths, truths, lies and riddles: learn the lost art of how to weave a tale and captivate your audience. Sometimes funny, sometimes tragic, the power of the story can stay with you for days. This workshop is run by Jake Evans, Young Storyteller of the Year, 2014.

Friday

Sonic Art

Location: Lloyds Enterprise Suite
Date: Friday 26th April 2019
Time: 13:30 - 15:00

Led by: Heledd C.Evans
Capacity: 8
Category: Visual Art

How often do you listen to the space around you? It’s so easy to put headphones on and tune out, but sometimes you can learn a lot about a seemingly soundless space by tuning in. During this workshop there will listening and drawing exercises focusing on what we can hear when we truly listen, followed by the opportunity to respond to these sounds and ‘play’ the building as an instrument using sculpture.

Friday

Introducing Fio: Futures Young Drama Company

Location: Preseli Room
Date: Friday 26th April 2019
Time: 19:00 - 20:00

Led by: Fio: Futures
Category: Theatre

If someone took your citizenship away from you, what would you do? In the wake of the Shamima Begum citizenship debate, we ask our young members what growing up in Wales is like, how they would define Cardiff if it were a friend and what their Welsh citizenship means to them. This results in multiple artistic responses including music and singing, devised acting pieces, and dance and movement. The production is created by young people working with Fio.

Friday

Queens of Art

Location: Weston Studio
Date: Friday 26th April 2019
Time: 20:00 - 22:30

Led by: Curated by Shay D
Category: Music

For the first time EVER in UK Hip Hop history, an all-female line up has united for a tour called Queens of Art, curated by UK rapper Shay D. The tour presents Shay D's new music, alongside a programme of high quality, handpicked female artists including DJ Ellie Prohan, Truemendous and Cardiff’s own Ladies of Rage. Get your ticket and let’s make history together.

Saturday

Well Iawn Pop up

Location: Glanfa
Date: Saturday 27th April
Time: 11:00 - 22:30

Led by: Mess up the Mess
Category: Visual Art

Shwd wyt ti? Inspired by the form of trees, this bright pop up installation invites you to join in creative wellbeing activities. Play a game of emoji patience and reflect on your mood, or try on a new smile with our Smile Consultant.

Saturday

Exhibition: Young, Migrant and Welsh

Location: TBC
Date: Saturday 27th April
Time: All day

Led by: Ethnic Minorities & Youth Support Team Wales
Category: Visual Art

An exhibition of videos, photography and painting exploring identity, heritage and what it really means to be Young, Migrant and Welsh. There will also be photomarathon challenge for you to add your own identity to the project, by constructing and taking a photo.

Saturday

Radio Platfform

Location: Radio Platfform
Date: Saturday 27th April
Time: 11:00 - 22:00

Led by: Radio Platfform
Category: Film, TV and Radio

Radio Platfform will be running live throughout the festival. There’ll be playlists featuring our performers, interviews with special guests, and reporting of latest news. Drop in any time to see how a radio station runs.

Saturday

Exhibition: Hwb Bwb

Location: Glanfa
Date: Saturday 27th April
Time: 11:00 - 22:30

Led by: Menai Rowlands a Hwb Bwb
Category: Visual Art

Partner:
CWYVS

An ambitious installation exploring mental health and wellbeing. Created by young artists aged 14-25 from North Wales.

Saturday

Make your own radio demo

Location: Radio Platfform studio
Date: Saturday 27th April
Time: 11:00 – 12.30; 13.30 – 15:00; 16:00 – 17:15

Led by: Greg Petter, Radio Platfform
Capacity: 6
Category: Film, TV and Radio

Partner:
WMC

Want to work in radio? These workshops will introduce you to the skills needed. You’ll research something you’re interested in, be helped to write about it including writing interview questions. Then you’ll learn how to interview people and find music. Finally you’ll be helped to put this together as a package using the Myriad software and mixing desk. At the end you could have a short demo of your own radio show. No previous experience necessary.

Saturday

Film fighting and stunts 

Location: Preseli
Date: Saturday 27th April
Time: 13:30 – 13.55pm; 14:00 – 14:25; 14:30 – 14:55

Led by: Flashing Blades Stunt and Combat Team
Capacity: 10
Category: Film, TV and Radio

During this workshop you’ll watch people getting shot, beaten up, impaled – without getting hurt. Then you’ll learn the basics of unarmed combat and safely working with weapons for film and theatre.Rick Manning has been a stunt and fight arranger in the film industry for twenty years. Credits include Rob Roy, Gladiator and The Machine.

Saturday

Behind Closed Doors

Location: TBC
Date: Saturday 27th April
Time: 19:00 - 20:00

Led by: RCT Young & Young Adult Carers
Category: Film, TV and Radio, Visual Art

Part of the RawFfest Mini Film Festival. A short animation depicting the story of a day in the life of young carers. The title comes from the original song which accompanies the animation, written by young carers and their song writing tutors.

Saturday

Workshop: Nowhere Nunlle

Location: Rehearsal Room Three
Date: Saturday 27th April
Time: 11:00 – 12:30; 13:30 – 15:00; 16:00 – 17:30

Led by: Mess up the Mess
Capacity: 10
Category: Theatre

You have been selected by the Eden Corporation to embark on an exciting adventure. A once in a lifetime opportunity to change your life and be a part of humanity’s greatest ever achievement. The colonisation of a new paradise planet ‘Nowhere’. You will be taken through our specialised space training programme that will develop essential skills such as communication and problem solving, before embarking on your voyage on the Starship Mimosa. A brave new world is waiting for you to make your mark… and make history. Nowhere is part game part immersive performance. You will take part in workshops preparing for your journey into space. In the evening, you will take part alongside the cast in front of an audience.

Saturday

If the Shoe Fits

Location: Weston Studio
Date: Saturday 27th April
Time: 12:30 - 13:00

Led by: Found in the Forest
Capacity: N/A
Category: Theatre

A funny and brutally truthful look at what it means to grow up as a rural teen. From buses to safe houses, 'If the Shoe Fits' sees five teenagers using verbatim text and their real-life experiences open up their world, in the hope that it will lead to it becoming a little better.

Saturday

Performance: Nowhere Nunlle

Location: Rehearsal Room Three
Date: Saturday 27th April
Time: 18:00 - 19:00

Led by: Mess up the Mess
Category: Theatre

“You have been selected by the Eden Corporation to embark on an exciting adventure. A once in a lifetime opportunity to change your life and be a part of humanity’s greatest ever achievement. The colonisation of a new paradise planet ‘Nowhere’. “Join us as a passenger on the Starship Mimosa as we journey deep into space. Nowhere explores themes of community, environment, truth and lies and includes songs, comedy, physical theatre, games and plenty of chances to get involved in the fun.

Saturday

The RAFTAs (The RawFfest Academy of Film and Tea-Making Awards)

Location: Urdd Hall
Date: Saturday 27th April
Time: 19:00 - 20:00

Led by: The RawFfest Film Council
Capacity: N/A
Category: Film, TV and Radio

A long time ago (well, 7pm), in a cinema far, far away (actually, just round the corner) a band of rebel film makers struggle against the evil empire of student loans and jobs in coffee-shops to make films that will restore freedom to the galaxy.

Saturday

Roll for Remission

Location: Japan Room
Date: Saturday 27th April
Time: 13:30 - 14:30

Led by: Cwmni Ennyn Awaken Productions
Category: Theatre

This devised piece follows four characters on their journey through cancer treatment. It’s a story of courage and friendship in two worlds, where battling dragons is easier than battling cancer. The audience rolls a giant dice to decide which paths the characters take – every performance is different!  A piece filled with laughter, tears, and above all, hope. 

Saturday

The Ceasefire Babies

Location: Weston Studio
Date: Saturday 27th April
Time: 15:00 - 16:00

Led by: Aberystwyth Arts Centre Youth Theatre
Capacity: N/A
Category: Theatre

Based on the Troubles in Northern Ireland, this hard-hitting play explores how traumas can be passed on to the next generation. Mikey has just come out of juvenile detention centre and no longer agrees with the views of his sister Jamie who wants to avenge the man her father once was.

Saturday

The Personal Made Public

Location: The Library (Sony Room)
Date: Saturday 27th April
Time: 16:00 - 17:30

Led by: Natasha Borton and Voice Box
Capacity: 10
Category: Literature & spoken word

Reclaim your own unique, personal experiences by transforming them into powerful poetry. Natasha is passionate about poetry’s ability to empower young people and change our views. These personal poems can then become public at tonight’s Poetry Slam. Natasha will help you build the confidence to speak in front of a crowd of people. Natasha Borton is a leading performance poet and has run events for NTW Democracy, Mouthy poets and Cardiff Fringe.

Saturday

Having a Crack at Comics

Location: Sony Room
Date: Saturday 27th April
Time: 13:30 - 15:00

Led by: Edward Lee 
Capacity: 12
Category: Literature & spoken word

With comic books becoming increasingly foregrounded in the cultural zeitgeist, the comic book artform, format and industry are now more than ever revealing themselves as unique, dynamic and adaptable avenues for both budding and experienced writers to diversify their craft, experiment with expressing themselves, and to get a project off the ground. Perfect for both the curious who’ve never read a comic in their lives, and the die-hard fans who want to learn the craft, Having a Crack at Comics will provide an introductory workshop on how to write comic books. Designed to suit those new to writing alongside more experienced writers who want to try something new, the workshop will begin with the raw index of the elements that build up a comic book page and the formatting of a comic book script, before moving into areas including playing with format, technique and style, discussing the relationship between writer and artist, and writing your own comic script sample. Chock-full of visuals, recommended reading, analyses of writers and comics to flick through, get ready to dive on in! Edward Lee is a writer for Buzz Magazine and The Sprout, a presenter at Radio Platfform, a Screenwriting & Film Studies graduate, and a certified comic book obsessive by everyone who knows him.

Saturday

The RawFfest Poets Society

Location: Radio Platfform
Date: Saturday 27th April
Time: 17:30 - 18:30

Led by: Alice Swatridge, Chloe Wilson
Category: Literature & spoken word

Come and hear the work of some of Wales’ brightest and boldest young poets.Bereavement, anxiety, anorexia, fitting in. We’re not alone. Alice and Chloe have the courage to share their experiences at the sharp end of life, as well as good times, through passionate poetry and moving prose.

Saturday

Mynd a Dod

Location: Glanfa
Date: Saturday 27th April
Time: 16:30 - 17:15

Led by: Performance Platfform
Category: Theatre

Where do we belong? What is our future? Devised by Performance Platfform members, this exciting piece combines verbatim and promenade theatre to ask the big questions about young people and our role in society.

Saturday

DIY Zines

Location: Lloyds Enterprise Suite
Date: Saturday 27th April
Time: 11:00 - 12:30

Led by: LUMIN Journal
Capacity: 8
Category: Literature & spoken word, Visual Art

Explore how underground print, small press & zine culture can be a radical means of self-expression. Get hands on and tell the world what you think by creating your very own DIY Zine, and take a look at zines by LUMIN Journal, as well as the artist books/zines/publications that have begun to form their collection. LUMIN Journal is an independent publisher and print journal who create and curate artistic projects. Their publications are political, independent and handmade.

Saturday

The Pitchforks, Al Moses and more TBC

Location: Weston Studio
Date: Saturday 27th April
Time: 20:00 - 22:30

Category: Music

Young Promoters Network present two of Wales’ most exciting new bands. The Pitchforks are set for big things throughout 2019 and beyond. With their punk inspired, fast-paced, indie rock, they are part of this year’s BBC Horizons 12, and have already become a favourite of Radio 1 DJ, Huw Stephens. Al Moses recently sold out Clwb Ifor Bach. Stirring up a frenzy when playing live, their debut single ‘I Want More’ received national UK airplay. Plus more acts tbc. Age range: 16+

Sunday

Well Iawn Pop Up

Location: Glanfa
Date: Sunday 28th April 2019
Time: 11:00 - 15:30

Led by: Mess up the Mess
Category: Visual Art

Shwd wyt ti? Inspired by the form of trees, this bright pop up installation invites you to join in creative wellbeing activities. Play a game of emoji patience and reflect on your mood, or try on a new smile with our Smile Consultant.

Sunday

Exhibition: Young Migrant and Welsh

Location: TBC
Date: Sunday 28th April 2019
Time: All day

Led by: Ethnic Minorities & Youth Support Team Wales
Category: Visual Art

An exhibition of videos, photography and painting exploring identity, heritage and what it really means to be Young, Migrant and Welsh. There will also be photomarathon challenge for you to add your own identity to the project, by constructing and taking a photo.

Sunday

Exhibition: Hwb Bwb

Location: Glanfa
Date: Sunday 28th April 2019
Time: 11:00 - 15:30

Led by: Menai Rowlands a Hwb Bwb
Category: Visual Art

Partner:
CWYVS

An ambitious installation exploring mental health and wellbeing. Created by young artists aged 14-25 from North Wales.

Sunday

Circus to the Streets

Location: Outside WMC - Location TBC
Date: Sunday 28th April 2019
Time: 11:00 - 12:30

Led by: NoFit State Circus
Capacity: N/A
Category: Circus

After a success of their indoor show Circus Mundi, NoFit State Youth Circus are excited to take their skills to the streets. Under the guidance of John Beedell (Desperate Men), NFS Youth Circus have been reflecting on their concerns and desires, and focusing on developing an awareness of the audience and their surroundings. This is a show like no other. Get ready for the bumpy ride!

Sunday

Radio Platfform

Location: Radio Platfform Studio
Date: Sunday 28th April 2019
Time: 11:00 - 22:00

Led by: Radio Platfform
Category: Film, TV and Radio

Radio Platfform will be running live throughout the festival. There’ll be playlists featuring our performers, interviews with special guests, and reporting of latest news. Drop in any time to see how a radio station runs.

Sunday

Hiraeth

Location: Rehearsal Room 3
Date: Sunday 28th April 2019
Time: 11:30 - 12:30

Led by: Sparc Valleys Kids
Category: Theatre

“Hiraeth’ is a word specific to the Welsh language and difficult to translate, but it holds the ideas of nostalgia, longing and a desire for home. Sparc has been working with a new group of young people to devise a piece of theatre, which explores the themes of longing, belonging, fight and flight. ‘Hiraeth’ is a performance-based workshop, which asks the question: Why do we choose to stay or leave?

Sunday

Fashion show: I Design Dreams

Location: Weston Studio
Date: Sunday 28th April 2019
Time: 15:00 - 15:30

Led by: N/A
Capacity: N/A
Category: Fashion

"I don't design clothes. I design dreams," said Ralph Lauren. This fashion show demonstrates what young people are dreaming about now. It will include garments made during the festival.

Sunday

National Youth Wind Orchestra of Wales

Location: Neuadd Hoddinott 
Date: Sunday 28th April 2019
Time: 15:30 - 17:30

Led by: National Youth Arts Wales
Capacity: N/A
Category: Music

In partnership with National Youth Arts Wales we are proud to present the National Youth Wind Orchestra of Wales as our final performance of the festival. Some of Wales’ most talented young musicians will perform a varied programme of fantastic music that will enthuse and inspire!

Sunday

Cheese!

Location: Glanfa
Date: Sunday 28th April 2019
Time: 13:30 - 15:00

Led by: Telemachus
Category: Theatre

The Mice of Grimms’ Wood are on a mission to prove they can be the stars of the show, after the director fails to cast them….AGAIN!Move over Brieonće! Forget Paris Stilton!Inspired by the Hollywood heroes, these mice invite you to hop on board ‘Big Cheese Tours’ for a slice of the action! You Camembert to miss it.This promenade performance has been imagined, created & performed by Telemachus, Hijinx’s Cardiff Youth Theatre for 16-24 year olds.

Sunday

Bard in the Bay

Location: Weston Studio
Date: Sunday 28th April 2019
Time: 12:30 - 13:00

Led by: Media Academy In the Bay
Capacity: N/A
Category: Theatre

The first ever performance from exciting new youth theatre company ‘In the Bay’! Featuring young people aged 16-25 form a wide range of backgrounds, the group meet on a Monday night in Wales Millennium Centre. Bard in the Bay is a new piece created by the group and director Chelsey Gillard showcasing their take on classic text.

Sunday

The Thermidorians

Location: Rehearsal Room Three
Date: Sunday 28th April 2019
Time: 14:00 - 14:40

Led by: Volcano Youth Company
Category: Theatre

A gathering of young men and women while away their time drinking, dancing and reading revolutionary tracts. Volcano Youth Theatre is well-known for its physical, risk taking performances. They make funny, adventurous theatre from whatever intrigues, infuriates or inspires young people. www.volcanotheatre.co.uk

Sunday

Ink-redible

Location: Glanfa
Date: Sunday 28th April 2019
Time: 11:00 - 12:30

Led by: Gweni Llwyd
Capacity: Drop in session
Category: Visual Art

Decorate your very own RawFfest 2019 t-shirt or tote bag while learning the basics of screen printing.