As the community looks forward to 5 nights of laughter, love and magic, we meet the cast behind the Cinderella pantomime that’s expected to take the town by storm after 2 years of no productions. Taking on the role of Cinderella herself, Ruby Atlanta Boland will be participating in her fourth show with PODS. Previously playing Belle in Beauty and … Read More
On the 23rd and 24th of September, the Turner House houses a very special pop up exhibition. ‘Growing Flowers Down the Docks’ is a collection of art created by children from Cogan Primary School and Ysgol Gymraeg Bro Morgannwg. This exhibition was inspired by the story fo Royston Smith, a local man who discovered unusual flowers growing down the docks … Read More
Textile Artist Haf Weighton has been working with two local schools in the Vale of Glamorgan on a series of artworks related to a herbologist who discovered unusual plants and flowers growing in Barry and Cardiff Docks in the 1920’s. The artworks, which consist of drawings, paintings, textile works, film and 3d works will go on show at Turner House Museum in Penarth on 23rd and 24th September 2021.
Turner House is currently home to the ‘Stand On All Fours’ exhibition. Multidisciplinary artists Elinor Stanley, Verity Coward and Mark Corfield-Moore came together to create a collection of art inspired by Welsh myths, memory and crafts. Here at Penarth View, we went to visit the exhibition on opening day and we were lucky enough to chat with the artists and … Read More
Following on from Matisse: Cut Outs, The Turner house presents: Stand on All Fours, a brand-new exhibition of painting, sculpture and textile work opening on Friday the 3rd of September. Featuring artwork by Elinor Stanley, Verity Coward, and Mark Corfield-Moore, the exhibition explores themes of Welsh myth, memory, and craftsmanship.
On Monday 23rd August, Pippa and Katherine headed down to Barry Island beach to see the first ever sandcastle competition. This free to enter competition had over 78 competitors taking part, creating some jaw-dropping sandcastles. We saw moats, fantasy land creations and shell-covered masterpieces. Starting at 11am until 3pm, family and friends gathered on the island to take part. Having … Read More
It’s a surprise to no one that Penarth Pier has been voted one of the most Instagramable places in the UK. The UK is full of stunningly picturesque places but our little slice of coastline is beloved by everyone. Any Penarth resident has a multitude of photos of the pier in all seasons and we all can understand why. Here … Read More
We love to shine a spotlight on independent artists and creators all across South Wales, so we spoke to Dr Natasha Mayo, a ceramicist and sculptor who has recently moved into The Clockyard at Rowley’s the Jewellers who has created some stunning pieces for Rowley’s the Jewellers. What inspires your craft? It is the very stuff of clay that inspires … Read More