Canolfan UCHELDRE Centre

Canolfan UCHELDRE Centre

Courtyard beside the Ucheldre Kitchen
Courtyard beside the Ucheldre Kitchen
Canolfan UCHELDRE Centre
Centre for the performing and visual arts in Anglesey, North Wales

Diary — Film

The Ucheldre Centre is the only place on the Isle of Anglesey where people regularly go to watch films. It is also possible to hire the Centre for private showings.


Dance Workshop:
Letter From Afar
Tuesday 21 March6pm

Letter From Afar
The residency is open, from terrified beginners to seasoned performers, who wish to enhance or develop their creativity by working with professional actors and musicians from the award winning and pioneering Signdance Collective.  This will lead to opportunities to record digital stories/performances and a short performance before Carthage on 24th March.  (Open to age 13+)
3hrs

Residency price for all three evenings

£30, £24 concessions & students/gostyngiadau a myfyrwyr

Drama Workshop:
Letter From Afar
Wednesday 22 March6pm

Letter From Afar


The residency is open, from terrified beginners to seasoned performers, who wish to enhance or develop their creativity by working with professional actors and musicians from the award winning and pioneering Signdance Collective.  This will lead to opportunities to record digital stories/performances and a short performance before Carthage on 24th March.  (Open to age 13+)


3hrs
Residency price for all three evenings £30, £24 concessions & students/gostyngiadau a myfyrwyr
Dance Workshop:
Letter From Afar
Thursday 23 March6pm


Letter From Afar
The residency is open, from terrified beginners to seasoned performers, who wish to enhance or develop their creativity by working with professional actors and musicians from the award winning and pioneering Signdance Collective.  This will lead to opportunities to record digital stories/performances and a short performance before Carthage on 24th March.  (Open to age 13+)
3hrs
Residency price for all three evenings £30, £24 concessions & students/gostyngiadau a myfyrwyr
Film Moonlight
Sunday 26 March3.30pm
Moonlight (15)

Written and directed by Barry Jenkings and based in part on Jenkins himself, and in part on Tarell Alvin McCraney, whose play In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue is the inspiration for Jenkins’ script. Three chapters in a troubled life: as a boy (Alex Hibbert), taken under the wing of a local drug-dealer (Mahershala Ali); as a teen (Ashton Sanders) who falls in love with his best friend; and as a man (Trevante Rhodes) who must resolve his inner identity with his hardened, crack-pushing exterior. It’s rare to see three different actors depict a single life so convincingly, and Jenkins wisely gives each roughly equal screen time so the heavy load of Chiron is evenly spread.


1hr 51
£3 (children £2)
Film Moonlight
Wednesday 29 April5.30pm
Moonlight (15)

Written and directed by Barry Jenkings and based in part on Jenkins himself, and in part on Tarell Alvin McCraney, whose play In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue is the inspiration for Jenkins’ script. Three chapters in a troubled life: as a boy (Alex Hibbert), taken under the wing of a local drug-dealer (Mahershala Ali); as a teen (Ashton Sanders) who falls in love with his best friend; and as a man (Trevante Rhodes) who must resolve his inner identity with his hardened, crack-pushing exterior. It’s rare to see three different actors depict a single life so convincingly, and Jenkins wisely gives each roughly equal screen time so the heavy load of Chiron is evenly spread.


1hr 51
£3 (children £2)
Film Moonlight
Wednesday 29 April8pm
Moonlight (15)

Written and directed by Barry Jenkings and based in part on Jenkins himself, and in part on Tarell Alvin McCraney, whose play In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue is the inspiration for Jenkins’ script. Three chapters in a troubled life: as a boy (Alex Hibbert), taken under the wing of a local drug-dealer (Mahershala Ali); as a teen (Ashton Sanders) who falls in love with his best friend; and as a man (Trevante Rhodes) who must resolve his inner identity with his hardened, crack-pushing exterior. It’s rare to see three different actors depict a single life so convincingly, and Jenkins wisely gives each roughly equal screen time so the heavy load of Chiron is evenly spread.


1hr 51
£4 (£3.25 students and concessions)
Film Moonlight
Sunday 2 April3.30pm
Moonlight (15)

Written and directed by Barry Jenkings and based in part on Jenkins himself, and in part on Tarell Alvin McCraney, whose play In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue is the inspiration for Jenkins’ script. Three chapters in a troubled life: as a boy (Alex Hibbert), taken under the wing of a local drug-dealer (Mahershala Ali); as a teen (Ashton Sanders) who falls in love with his best friend; and as a man (Trevante Rhodes) who must resolve his inner identity with his hardened, crack-pushing exterior. It’s rare to see three different actors depict a single life so convincingly, and Jenkins wisely gives each roughly equal screen time so the heavy load of Chiron is evenly spread.


1hr 51
£3 (children £2)

Concert hall
Outdoor sculpture