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Presented by Adventure Travel Film Night The film follows Benjamin Sadd (a filmmaker) and James Trundle (an artist) as they travel to the Ecuadorian Amazon to build a canoe from scratch, then travel alone through the rainforest. The journey builds on their 10-year friendship in this isolated and often challenging environment, testing their relationship as they struggle to deal with the conditions and the complexity of the issues that surround this part of the Amazon Rainforest. http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oi-XzeNcJ5MFind out more »
Book ahead and join a free Public Lantern Making session at Small World Theatre! 18th November from 10.30am – 4pm Small World Theatre is delighted to announce that Cardigan can look forward to another creative and imaginative Giant Lantern Parade on 7 December starting 7pm thanks to a grant from the Big Lottery Fund. We would also like to thank Tesco Bags of Help for their contribution to lantern making workshops and materials. Spend the morning creating your lantern framework…Find out more »
from Stonehenge to Nevern Church What design rules and patterns connect Stonehenge to Nevern Church? Discover the answer to this question and more with local author and presenter Robin Heath. Robin will show the audience how Temple designs haven't changed since the time of Pentre Ifan, Stonehenge and Avebury. This presentation is accompanied by illustrations, models and some tuned-in musical ramifications which guarantee an evening of seriously life-altering learning and obligatory fun! Robin Heath is an author and a researcher…Find out more »
Giant Lantern Parade will light up Cardigan on 7 December 2018! Small World Theatre is delighted to announce that Cardigan can look forward to another creative and imaginative Giant Lantern Parade on 7 December 2018 starting 7pm thanks to a grant from the Big Lottery Fund. We would also like to thank Tesco Bags of Help for their contribution to lantern making workshops and materials. This year we'll be celebrating Visit Wales’ Year of the Sea and creating giant lantern…Find out more »
Supported by DJ Maya Mitten The Flying Swordfish's psychedelic Afro-Latin-music show includes costumes as well as our Aroma Wizard! You are all invited to A royal tropical island cruise party... racing through the multi-coloured jungle in your favourite golden pants. The Flying Swordfish fuse African and South American rhythms and melodies to create a unique style of fresh, powerful, highly energetic and fun music. This is a full, festive experience with an evolving palette of smells, lights, ‘exploding-star’ balloons and…Find out more »
Booking Online / Archebu Ar-lein
Terms and Conditions / Termau ac Amodau
We strongly suggest you book ahead. You can book your entrance tickets online at anytime up ‘til 3pm on the day of the event provided that we haven’t reached our capacity.
Awgrymwn yn gryf eich bod yn archebu ymlaen llaw. Gallwch archebu tocynnau mynediad ar-lein unrhyw bryd hyd at 3.00 yp ar ddiwrnod y digwyddiad, os nad ydym eisoes wedi gwerthu’r cyfan.
Please bring a print out of your booking sent to you by Pay Pal to present to the door staff on the night. Tickets are non-refundable except when an event is cancelled due to circumstances beyond our control, in which case Small World will refund you. Our phone number for enquiries is 01239 615 952.
A fyddech cystal â dod â chopi print o’ch archeb, a ddanfonwyd i chi wrth PayPal, i’w gyflwyno i’r staff ar y drws ar y noson. Ni roddir ad-daliad am docyn, heblaw pan fydd rhaid canslo digwyddiad am resymau tu hwnt i’n rheolaeth, ac wedyn fe fydd Theatr Byd Bychan yn eich ad-dalu. Ein rhif ffôn ar gyfer ymholiadau yw 01239 615952.
Booking ahead at the Box Office
Archebu ymlaen llaw yn y Swyddfa Docynnau
Alternatively you can book tickets in person by visiting our office Tuesday – Friday, 9.30am – 4.30pm. Please pay by cash/ cheque and you will be issued with tickets to take away.
Neu gallwch ddewis archebu tocynnau trwy ddod i’n swyddfa docynnau o ddydd Mawrth i ddydd Gwener, 9.30yb – 4.30yh.