Future thinking in Wales

01 Nov 2010

A five-year project to help up-and-coming theatre companies and artists explore new ideas is being launched by National Theatre Wales with a £483,000 grant from the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation.

ACW faces extinction

Cardiff Castle on a cloudy day
23 Aug 2004

The arts community in Wales is reeling from the news that First Minister Rhodri Morgan plans to place the Arts Council of Wales (ACW) and three other cultural bodies in Wales under the direct control of the Welsh Assembly Government.

Clwyd Theatr Cymru on the move again

05 Apr 2004

A one-off grant of £100,000 by the Welsh Assembly Government has been made to enable Clwyd Theatr Cymru to resurrect its mobile touring theatre and present 20 performances in smaller, non-traditional venues such as community centres and village halls, particularly in disadvantaged areas. The mobile theatre aims to engage whole communities in all aspects of a production, including rigging the structure, hosting the theatre company, attending workshops, rehearsals and performances and taking part in the education programmes.

Assembly demands inflationary uplift

08 Mar 2004

The Welsh Assembly Government has issued a detailed remit setting out the role it expects the Arts Council of Wales (ACW) to play in the delivery of its strategic agenda, “Wales: A Better Country”.

Assembly balances Clwyd's books

04 Nov 2002

A special grant of £560,000 has been awarded to Flintshire Council by the National Assembly for Wales to enable Clwyd Theatr Cymru in Mold to write off its outstanding debts.

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