This workshop is fun for the whole family! You will work together to design and build your own box cart, eventually taking home a ‘mean racing machine’ for customising. Small World Theatre will help with the design and construction, provide the wheels and other essential materials from re-cycled sources. Families can look forward to working together at home to paint/ add some bling and generally make their box cart unique to them. Ages 8 + It costs £40 to build…Find out more »
We present our second TRWCO event providing opportunity for thought and initiating conversations about environmental change. Programme 10am artists’ conversations and audience discussion 12.30pm lunch at Small World Theatre 2pm guided walk around Ceibwr Bay Ceibwr Bay, Pembrokeshire has a special flora along the coast that includes flowering plants, lichens and algae living in the tidal zone and bryophytes. Pat Wolseley, expert botanist, will lead a field trip accompanied by artists Fern Smith and Sean Vicary to look closely at…Find out more »
Over the course of one week, Artist in Residence and 2017 Creative Wales Award Recipient, Fern Smith re-enacts a series of Dialogues on Art, Life & Spiritual Renewal. These dialogues were originally published 25 years ago in the ground-breaking book Conversations Before the End of Time by American author Suzi Gablik and are as relevant today as ever. These profound and intimate dialogues with artists, writers and philosophers, address the central questions of the meaning and purpose of art in…Find out more »
Clowning is a state of playfulness that brings us to experience a child-like, naïve and vulnerable state of being. Paradoxically we grow, learn and are strengthened through reconnecting playfully with what makes us most vulnerable. This approach to clowning is not a technique (tricks, gags and routines) but a personal journey towards finding one’s own unique way of being a clown, by listening and being receptive, essential skills for any creative and imaginative expression. It is only when we let…Find out more »
Welcome to our famous Halloween inspired costume-making workshop for young people that culminates in a fantastic catwalk show for friends and family! Bring lots of enthusiasm and ideas as we transform you into a future haute couture designer for this ghoulish soft parade. Get ready to try on macabre makeup, create beastly costumes and strut your stuff. Parents and friends are invited to a Halloween Catwalk fashion show starts at 3pm prompt £2 entry. Suitable for ages 8 - 16…Find out more »
We’re setting up hay bales, stocking the watering hole and stringing up the bunting for this special barn dance inspired evening starring shimmering country artists, Wild Ponies. Although they're based in Nashville, Wild Ponies have always looked to Southwest Virginia for inspiration (where bandmates Doug and Telisha Williams were both born and raised). There, in mountain towns like Galax, old-time American music continues to thrive, supported by a community of fiddlers, flat-pickers and fans. Wild Ponies’ dynamic vocals and impressive…Find out more »
Written and performed by Apphia Campbell Directed by Arran Hawkins and Nate Jacobs Direct from sell-out performances in Shanghai, New York and at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Apphia Campbell embarks on her debut UK tour. Inspired by the life of Nina Simone, ‘Black Is The Color Of My Voice’ follows a successful jazz singer and civil rights activist seeking redemption after the untimely death of her father. She reflects on the journey that took her from a young piano prodigy…Find out more »
Party to afrobeat and reggae/dub sounds this Christmas! YAMÄYA features powerful Senegalese vocalist Khadim Sarr and members of established bands such as Lakuta, The Gentle Mystics and The Voodoo Love Orchestra. Together this collective of musicians from Brighton create an original groove-based music that is inspired by the raw energy and power of early, authentic afrobeat. YAMÄYA Expand on Nigerian roots by drawing on influences from across the great African continent. From Baye Fall and Griots in the west to…Find out more »
An exciting Indo-Celtic collaboration between three musicians based in Wales: Rajesh David (Indian vocals), Pete Stacey (saxophone and flute) and Dylan Fowler (guitar). Their musical adventure travels from the airs and dance melodies of Wales and the Celtic world to the ragas and rhythms of India.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.