Scroll down – there’s quite a lot to see (and see also the Arts Page)
New exhibition at Caffi Siop Mechell
Anwen Roberts’ exhibition at Caffi Siop Mechell continues until 9th June, after which they have:
Coming up at the White Eagle
There is to be a Beer Festival at the White Eagle in Rhoscolyn over the weekend of he 1s and 2nd July. From midday until late there will be music from the popular local group, the Coffin Dodgers, with a soloist on Saturday night. There will be a minimum of 18 cask beers over the weekend.
The Ucheldre Centre, Holyhead
A dynamic arts centre, in Holyhead, the Ucheldre offers a diverse programme of arts and performance, with a programme of community events. There is also a cafe, shop and garden.
There is a 200-seat theatre space, home to concerts, drama, film and literary events.The main art exhibitions typically change every six weeks, with a succession of new and interesting work to view. Recent movies are shown here.
Events during June:
Tuesday 30th May – Friday 2nd June: Children’s Art Workshops, led by Jacquie Myrtle. Exploring different materials and ideas in a fun, lively atmosphere over the half term.
Saturday 3rd June, 3.00pm: A Spoonful of Musical Theatre – A production by PROPS Theatre School at the culmination of their week-long workshops at the Ucheldre Centre.
Saturday 3rd June, 7.30pm: Iwan Llewelyn-Jones, The World of Jazz.
Friday 9th June, 1.00-3.00 pm: Live broadcast – the Royal Opera House Ballet performing The Dream/Symphonic Variations/Marguerite and Armand.
Saturday 10th June, 2.00pm and 6.00pm: National Theatre a recorded live performance of Peter Pan, a co-production with the Bristol Old Vic Theatre.
Saturday 17th June, 7.30pm: Isle of Anglesey Choral Society’s summer concert.
Thursday 22nd June, 7.00pm: National Theatre live broadcast performance of Salome, a new play by Yaël Farber.
Saturday 24th June, 10.00am to 4.00pm: Voice Workshop with Marian Bryfdir and Robyn Masson – all ages and levels of experience and interest are welcome.
Wednesday 28th June, 7.15pm: Live broadcast of the Royal Opera House’s Otello by Verdi.
The Ucheldre also has a Jazz and Music clubs that meet regularly – for further information about these or any of the above listings visit www.ucheldre.org.
Storiel Gallery, Bangor
As well as Huw Jones exhibition, Cofnodi Cysgodion (Capturing Shadows) as noted last month, there are two other exhibitions well worth visiting on at the Storiel gallery in Bangor, running until 15th July:
Philippa Jacobs’ exhibition, Diary of a Year and Other Thoughts runs at Oriel Mon until 6th June so there is just time to catch it if you haven’t already. Philippa is our Artist of the Month for June – see The Arts page.
The main arts centre of Anglesey, Oriel Ynys Môn is a museum and art gallery located in Llangefni. The History Gallery provides an insight into the island’s culture, history and environment; the main art gallery holds up to eight exhibitions annually by local, national and international artists, while the Long Gallery and the Central Gallery exhibit six shows a year. There is also a cafe and a gift shop.
The Kyffin Williams gallery has a dynamic and changing programme of exhibitions displaying the artist’s work, including from private and national collections.
Coming up in the Kyffin Williams gallery is an exhibition of works from The North Wales Society of Fine Art (10th June until 27th July). It will feature works in a wide variety of media: painting, drawing, textiles and sculpture.
To find out more and details of these and other current exhibitions and events, visit www.angleseyheritage.com.