Last Thursday at the Ceredigion Museum we held our Opening Doors launch night. The place was full with people at the event and all keen to learn more about the Festival.
The evening started with some light refreshments and networking in the Museum’s café before moving on to the main event.
Jeremy Turner, artistic director of Arad Goch started off the proceedings. He spoke in front of a projection of the promotional images of the Festival, there was a mention of Phosphoros Theatre’s issues going to Malta and most importantly spoke about all the family productions at Opening Doors.
Later, the evening followed on to the main event; a showing of the silent film Jerry The Tyke. This film was shown in cinemas for the first time in the 1920’s but was recreated with fresh new music by Arad Goch’s very own Simon Lovatt in cooperation with Film Hub Wales and the National Library of Wales.
Take a look at how the evening unfolded on the gallery below.