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Theatr Gwaun, Fishguard

Theatr Gwaun:Then and Now: 2019.

Theatr Gwaun in Fishguard is a real gift to the people of North Pembrokeshire. But this interesting old building has had many incarnations since the land was first donated by local land owner John James. According to Paul Williams who has been working at the Theatre since 2001, the theatre started life as a Temperance […]

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Love Art

Art in Pembrokeshire.

The light, the clouds and the scenery! Artists, artisans and craftspeople gravitate to this part of South-west Wales, attracted by the seascapes, quality of light and that special Celtic magic and we have been privileged to meet several of them this year. There are galleries and workshops everywhere in villages and tucked away down country […]

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St Davids Bishops Palace

Drama, literature and talks.

Arts Festivals 2018 in Pembrokeshire. The Pembrokeshire Online CIC team all give their time and talents to produce this online magazine voluntarily! This always seems to astonish those we meet and we often get asked why….to meet and talk to the amazing people of Pembrokeshire is our main motivation. Another small perk ( and it […]

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pop art

POP artist review.

There aren’t many POP artists in Wales, so Richard Blacklaw-Jones who identifies strongly as a POP artist and calls himself “Wales’ premier POP artist” might well be right. What is a certainty, however, is that he is a powerful artist who has a strong and individual style. His star seems to be rising and he’s […]

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Annie Brougham

Annie Brougham Illustration.

Pembrokeshire artist came home to create successful design business. How did you get started? I have always been interested in drawing and painting, and kept a sketchbook from a young age. I had thought about studying illustration when I left school, but ended up choosing History of Art, which I studied for a Masters degree […]

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