Carl and I are thrilled to share some heartwarming news from Theatr Clwyd, the delightful venue we’ve had the privilege of working with. They recently brought the magic of their Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto, “Jack and the Beanstalk,” to life through a live stream, and we couldn’t be happier to be a part of it. The warm hospitality and welcoming atmosphere at Theatr Clwyd have always made us feel at home, and this initiative further exemplifies their commitment to the community.
Press Release: The Magic Spreads Beyond the Stage
Theatr Clwyd’s “Jack and the Beanstalk,” the Rock ‘n’ Roll Pantomime, is now set to be shared live with audiences in a unique way. Over the Christmas period, people in hospitals and care homes across North Wales will have the special opportunity to witness this enchanting production come to life in real-time.
This heartwarming gesture will allow 500 patients in six hospitals across North Wales to enjoy “Jack and the Beanstalk” live on Tuesday, December 17th, at 2 pm. The participating hospitals include Wepre House, Llys Jasmin, The Neuro Therapy Centre Saltney, Ruthin Hospital, Denbigh Hospital, and various rooms at Glan Clwyd Hospital, including the EQ Seminar Room, Surgical Assessment Room, and A&E. Additionally, DVDs of the performance will be shared with Hydref Residential Home, Haf Nursing Home, Gwanwyn Care Home, Stansty House, Holywell Hospital, and Deeside Hospital.
This live screening initiative is a testament to the dedication of Hester Evans from Theatr Clwyd’s Creative Engagement Team. She expressed her excitement, saying, “It is wonderful to be part of this initiative and be able to transport the magic of pantomime to adults and children too unwell to visit Theatr Clwyd during the festive period. We can’t wait to help make special memories for those who might otherwise be missing out.”
This heartwarming endeavor is part of Theatr Clwyd’s award-winning program of arts, health, and wellbeing projects that make a profound impact on vulnerable individuals within the community. Their initiatives, such as “Arts From The Armchair” for people with memory loss and “Singing For Lung Health,” which enhances the wellbeing, health, and breathing of those living with lung conditions, have been pivotal. In June, Theatr Clwyd introduced the “Atgof Memory Arts Café,” a haven for those living with dementia, their families, and friends.
“Jack and the Beanstalk,” the Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto, is enchanting audiences at Theatr Clwyd until Saturday, January 18th. Tickets are available through the Theatre Clwyd Box Office at 01352 344101 or on their website at www.theatrclwyd.com.
This heartwarming initiative exemplifies the power of live streaming and the magic of live theatre, spreading joy and creating cherished memories in the hearts of those who need it most.
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