Now in its 17th successive year, this stunning 100% live show combines first class music with the slickest choreography and an amazing band, to deliver truly outstanding performances for the best Motown experience you will ever have!
International photojournalist Lee Karen Stow has spent a decade documenting the personal narratives of women of war and conflict, and women who campaign for peace, from Sierra Leone to Snowdonia and now Swansea. Her powerful portraits and captivating stories are unforgettable.
Now For More will feature one-off special events, exhibitions, artist talks, family activities and trails, public artworks, workshops and performances by outstanding contemporary artists in multiple locations across Swansea.
From UN World Peace Day on 21st September, this ‘Peace Trail’ – from the Welsh Centre for International Affairs and local partners – will take you on a tour of some of Swansea’s own ‘peace stories’, with the opportunity to explore local venues, displays, artists and organisations supporting the ‘Now the Hero’ / ‘Now for More’ programme.
In this display alongside the Welsh Centre for International Affairs’ ‘Wales for Peace’ project, Swansea students share their artistic responses to peace messages of the past, and ask… What in the world do you care about today?