March welcomes new works in the Chapter Gallery and for Art in the Bar. Discover and enjoy these exhibitions for free on your next visit.
From This World, To That Which Is To Come takes its title from The Pilgrim’s Progess by John Bunyan. Featuring works that range from darkly comic to startlingly affirmative, it reworks the parable’s infamous fictional pilgrimage as an allegory for the collapse of mental health and fraught journey to recovery.
ART IN THE BAR: FRANCISCO RODRIGUEZ
Referencing graphic animations and Japanese drawings, painter Francisco Rodriguez hints at the tradition that inspired the post-impressionists. Oscillating between expansive landscapes and smaller portraits, the exhibition is unified in its limited colour palette.
IN THE THEATRE:
Theatr Iolo & Pontio: CHWARAE
01 March, 11-12 March
A sensory feast for ages 4-6 featuring live music and stunning moves.
A multimedia suite exploring the reigns of Mary, Queen of Scots and Elizabeth I.
Four concerts with Sinfonia Cymru, the UK's leading under 30s orchestra.
Screening on Down's Syndrome Awareness Day, this documentary follows 10-year-old twins Amber and Olivia as they enter mainstream education together.
The film follows the challenges for both girls through four years of school and charts the changes in their relationship, uniquely from their own perspectives.
This screening will be followed by a Q&A with Ian Davies, filmmaker and father to Amber and Olivia.
OTHER TREATS THIS MARCH...
From top left: Met Opera: Agrippina (01 Mar); Home + Q&A (25 Mar); Everyman Theatre: The Blue Stockings (17-21 Mar); Annihilation (22 & 24 Mar); Ten Dark Women (08 Mar); Dolittle (07-08, 14-15, 28-29 Mar)