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Penarth Pier Pavilion offers a range of events throughout the year. Here’s a guide to what’s on over the coming weeks.
This event is part of the RWCMD-in-Residence programme, a series of creative projects from Royal Welsh College musicians and recent graduates, presented in partnership with Penarth Pavilion.
Come along and experience joyful, high quality music sessions for under-5s and their parents/guardian.
Children will enjoy joining in with songs, rhymes, dances, and games led by inspiring professional musicians with live music.
Discover a whole farmyard of woodwind instruments in this joyous and interactive chamber music concert.
Meet the flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon and French horn. Which instrument would you choose to play?
Perfect for families with children aged 0-10 years and specifically designed around the learning styles of under-5’s. Little Concerts are hour-long events, with no segment longer than four minutes.
This spring, we are thrilled to welcome Clare Teal and pianist Jason Rebello, to Penarth Pier Pavilion for an evening of jazz classics. Yorkshire-born Clare Teal is one of the UK’s most celebrated and much-loved singers. Clare performs across the UK and internationally with her pianist Jason, and has sung with artists including Sir Van Morrison, Jamie Cullum, Katie Melua and Liza Minnelli. She guests with the BBC Concert Orchestra on Friday Night is Music Night and has produced and presented three concerts for the Proms Season at the Royal Albert Hall.
We are delighted to welcome Stella Grace Lyons, Arts Society accredited Art History Lecturer for this month’s talk about the Pre-Raphaelite artists. Were the Pre-Raphaelites the first ‘modern’ British artists? They looked back to the past and yet their work was incredibly forward thinking. The avant-garde group of Royal Academy students rebelled against everything they had been taught: rejecting Raphael and instead turning to early Renaissance and Flemish art for inspiration.
Join us at Penarth Pavilion this April, for what is sure to be another captivating talk by acclaimed art history lecturer, Stella Grace Lyons.
Did you know that when Charles Rennie Mackintosh died, his entire estate was valued at just £88?
Join us at Penarth Pavilion this June, for this fascinating talk by acclaimed art history lecturer, Stella Grace Lyons.
“Women are machines for suffering,” Picasso said to his mistress Françoise Gilot in 1943. Pablo Picasso drew obsessively on women for artistic inspiration. Of the seven most significant in his life, two women went mad and two killed themselves.