With the end of another scorching summer fast approaching (Hah!), our minds have been thinking of all things sparkly and festive with a new project to create the show branding for the PAC Christmas show Aladdin.
Coming in two delicious Panto flavours, our twinkly designs promise a cool yule evening of family fun and also a naughtier adult version.
Anyone for sprouts?
About the Pontardawe Arts Centre
The venue was originally built in 1908 as a Public Hall and Institute and was opened with much celebration in 1909 by Madame Adeline Patti. Designed by W. Beddoe Rees of Cardiff and constructed by Radford and Greaves of Derby, the building was comprised of three separate architectural areas: the three storey main building containing offices, the single storey snooker hall, and the grand auditorium.
Like many public halls in South Wales, Pontardawe Institute fell into dereliction and eventually closed to the public. In 1993 Lliw Valley Council sought to improve the arts provision in the town which was, at the time, using a space (known as Theatre Cwmtawe) at Pontardawe Leisure Centre to host cultural events. However, the space was limited which restricted the calibre of event that could go ahead there. Using funding from the European Regional Development Fund and Welsh Development Agency, the lease for the old Institute was purchased and plans for a new venue began. In 1996 Pontardawe Arts Centre was re-opened housing a new Box Office, the Oriel Lliw Art Gallery, a dance studio, meeting rooms and offices, the restored snooker hall, a theatre bar, the grand traditional auditorium and the town cinema.
© Pontardawe Arts Centre 2017
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