CROESO I AMASING CYMRU
THEATR Y PAFILIWN
AmaSing Fusion North Wales
An exciting and inspiring new arts project celebrating our Differences, Diversity and Multiculturalism. It will help your schools support your broad and balanced curriculum. Don’t miss out register today…
AmaSing is committed to organising and developing exciting and inspiring creative arts and education community projects and performances linked with singing, music and arts. These projects will build on community cohesion and reaches a diverse range of different communities, cultures, needs, ages working and learning together supporting each other in a creative and innovative ways. AmaSing works collaboratively with educational establishments including primary schools, high schools, colleges, universities and art specialists to develop and enhance children’s wellbeing, confidence and self-esteem.
AmaSing projects can support your school on their journey to achieve ArtsMark and Arts Awards. AmaSIng has become a partner with Artsmark/Ars Award and can support primary schools to develop Discover and Explore levels. Artsmark and Arts Award are the Arts Council England and Wales flagship programmes for schools and children and young people.
In all our projects we run a series of arts workshops where children from all schools can come together and collaborate to create unique pieces of art.
Check out our amazing workshop films below which show the dance and drama Fusion workshops completed this year with all the Flintshire and Wrexham schools.
The Pavilion Theatre is located on the waterfront of Rhyl, with breath-taking views of the North Wales coast, across to Snowdonia and beyond. Our award winning theatre also boasts it’s own ‘1891 restaurant and bar’ situated on the first floor. Whether you would like a relaxing drink, a long lingering dinner, a pre-theatre meal or a quick lunch, 1891 has something for everyone.
The 1,031 seat theatre has been designed to accommodate a variety of productions from all genres. The Pavilion programmes a broad range of activities – recent productions have included Mrs Brown’s Boys, Chicago, Little Mix, Olly Murs and John Bishop to name but a few. Besides large scale productions, the Pavilion Theatre is committed to facilitating theatre and dance in the community as well as school productions.
AmaSing works collaboratively with educational establishments including primary/high schools, colleges, universities and art specialists to develop and enhance children’s wellbeing, confidence and self-esteem. It also supports professional development for teachers and training teachers in developing skills and opportunities to deliver singing, music and arts in the daily school curriculum. To access lyrics, music, scores and order T-shirts please register.
AmaSing Rhyl Enquiry
WOW!!! We couldn’t believe that we reached 6000 children in our first ever AmaSing Fusion Online show.
We had an amazing day on Monday 19th October where the Amasing band
Online Workshops We have been keeping music and arts alive throughout the whole pandemic with children and communities and are on a mission to keep this going now schools have finally reopened. We have been astounded at how amazing our new workshops have been received...
During lockdown in the COVID 19 pandemic children from the UK and abroad have created an original song during AmaSing online composing workshops led by composer Andrew J Smith and have created a beautiful inspirational song called " Not All Heroes Wear Capes"...