International Women’s Day 06.03.20
Friday 6 March 2020
Small World Theatre, Bath House Road, Cardigan, Ceredigion, SA43 1JY
14:00 – 18:00
WEN Wales has created a list of 100WelshWomen to mark the centenary of the Representation of the People Act 1918. Come celebrate their contribution to our national life and inspiring women who are currently shaping the future of Wales.
15:30 – 17:45
Free, drop-in any time from 15:30
Inspired by Cranogwen (Sarah Jane Rees), join poet, artist and publisher Nicky Arscott in exploring self-expression through radical zine culture and get hands on creating your very own DIY zine.
Cranogwen became the first woman to win a poetry prize at the National Eisteddfod and was Editor of Y Frythones, a “platform for Welsh bluestockings and proto-suffragettes”.
Nicky is Founder of Mother Mary Press, an independent comic’s publisher and a Director of Ennyn CIC – promoting art and creativity in schools and communities.
Climate Challenge and Women’s Rights
Home-grown Playback Theatre Company / Tyfu-Gartref Cwmni Theatr Playback
18:00 – 20:00
£8 / £5 concessions, ticketed
Playback is interactive community theatre at its best, improvisation with a touch of magic; sometimes stirring, sometimes comical. This will be a unique, never to be repeated evening where you can share your stories about life, greater equality and women’s rights and our ever changing environment in today’s challenging climate.
Home-Grown / Tyfu-gartref Playback Theatre Company was formed by a group of local artists, poets, activists, gardeners, musicians and performers who are passionate about our diverse relationships with each other and with the earth.