AGOR DRYSAU 2019 OPENING DOORS 16 - 23 March
Agor Drysau - Opening Doors festival has finished for another year. Thanks to all of the people that came to see performances, to the volunteers, to the staff of Arad goch and to our sponsors. Agor Drysau - Opening Doors will return. Agor Drysau – Opening Doors is Wales’ International Festival of Performing Arts for Young Audiences, which is organised every two years by Arad Goch. The Festival provides children, young people and families in Wales with the opportunity to experience some of the best international performances, as well as providing Welsh performers with the opportunity to showcase the wealth of artistic talents we have here in Wales to an International audience. Aberystwyth, a seaside town in the heart of Ceredigion is the location for the Festival, and between March 16-23, 2019 this idyllic location will be full to the brim of artistic talents as performances take place on the street, on the prom, in Canolfan Arad Goch and at the Arts Centre. Several performances will tour to various other venues throughout Wales to ensure that children, young people and families all over the country get an opportunity to experience this International Festival. Visit the PROGRAMME to find out more. Theatre, dance, music, social evenings, seminars and the opportunity to network and share ideas. There’s something to suit people of all ages at Agor Drysau – Opening Doors 2019!
Performances for children, families, teens, seminars, workshops, gigs, street performances, dance and lots more... there is something for everyone in Opening Doors! Head to the Programme to see the full timetable.BROWSE NOW
Professional packages are available to see a variety of performances during the festival in Aberystwyth. For more information contact Bethan firstname.lastname@example.org, 01970 617998.
To see individual performances, contact the Aberystwyth Arts centre (01970 623232) for performances happening there or Canolfan Arad Goch (01970 617998) but please note, performances in schools aren’t open to the public.