Arts Show Wales

Arts Show Wales

A weekly round-up of Wales' thriving arts scene introduced by Nicola Heywood Thomas. Includes reviews, reports and analysis from the worlds of Welsh theatre, dance, music, art, literature, cinema and film. Broadcast every Wednesday at 7pm.

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  • DYLAN, POETRY, AND VOICES

    Wed, 19 Nov 14

    Duration:
    28 mins

    Available:
    27 days remaining

    Nicola Heywood Thomas meets actor Celyn Jones who has fulfilled a dream to create his own film about Dylan Thomas and play the poet himself. Red Poets read some of their own work to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the founding of the group, whilst artist and art historian, Dr Ceri Thomas describes how Dylan has influenced his latest exhibition at the National Waterfront Museum in Swansea.www.museumwales.ac.uk An innovative theatre production, Memoria, hopes to give a voice to those affected by dementia- both sufferers and carers. www.re-live.org.uk to watch it screened online.

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  • ART AND LIFE

    Thu, 13 Nov 14

    Duration:
    29 mins

    Available:
    21 days remaining

    Nicola Heywood Thomas hears of personal stories that have been transformed into theatrical productions, and in some cases, helped to change lives.

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  • WAR AND ART

    Wed, 5 Nov 14

    Duration:
    28 mins

    Available:
    13 days remaining

    As Remembrance Sunday approaches, Nicola Heywood Thomas looks at how music, dance and opera all play their part in commemorating those who lost their lives through war.

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  • SOMEWHERE IN ENGLAND

    Thu, 30 Oct 14

    Duration:
    29 mins

    Available:
    7 days remaining

    "Somewhere in England"; a new play by Clywd Theatr Cymru tells the true story of when the BBC's Light Entertainment department moved from London to Bangor during the Second World War.

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