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A monochrome photo of Tafsila, a woman of Asian appearance with long fair hair. She is smiling, her image is framed is dark orange, with irregular shaped dots in purple, yellow and turquoise

A New Role

We’re delighted to announce that Tafsila Khan is officially joining the team as trainee Access Co-ordinator. This is a new role for the industry, and whilst Tafsila will be learning on the job, the job will also develop as she learns, discovering all the many elements that need to be drawn together to make accessible …

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Illustration of a global majority man and woman. The word Shwmae Welsh for Hi/How are you, comes out of her mouth. He signs the BSL for How are you?

Creative Connections

The Intersectional Identities project is an 18 month project looking at D/deaf, Black, and Welsh speaking people and how these identities overlap (intersect). We have looked at this in terms of audiences, people working in the arts sector, and arts organisations. For this project we are focusing on the cross over of Deaf, Black, …

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We are recruiting!

We’re Recruiting: Extended Deadline 9am 27/02/2023 Taking Flight Theatre are looking for new trustees to join their committed and active board. Extended date for applications is 9am 27th February 2023 . If you would like an informal chat with one of our trustees before applying, our co-chair Andrew Tinley would be more than happy to …

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A collage image mixing photography with line drawings. Valleys streets in the foreground with a heavy clouded sky in the background, almost obscure a mountain in the distance. Dotted throughout the foreground are the outlines of people going about their day, each familiar shape filled with a snippet of a photograph from the Rhondda Valleys - a woman leans out of a first-floor window, a wheelchair user crosses the road, a man walks his dog, a couple walk arm in arm and there is even a man singing from the rooftops. The word Road spans the sky in 80s newspaper headline type print.


“Wi’ your night you chose to come and see us. Wi’ our night, as usual we’re getting ready and turning out for a drink. THIS IS OUR ROAD! But tonight, it’s your road an’ all”

English (UK)
Sgipiwch i'r cynnwys