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The Mighty New took some time to chill out during recording 'Looking Sideways: From the Future' by raiding Volcano's prop cupboard! :-)

New video from The Mighty New 

As we reported in the last newsletter, Volcano's youngest wing, The Mighty New, spent the autumn term devising and practicing their video performance Looking Sideways: From the Future. We're now delighted to present the video here. Find out more about The Mighty New on the Volcano website and we'd be delighted to let us know what you think about the video and we'll pass on any nice things to the children. :-)

 
"Looking Sideways: From the Future was made in response to the collective feelings of The Mighty New during this strange year - the year of the pandemic.
I see their bodies moving in the space, and I see their movement as an anthem for our determined youth. Our Mighty New members have been searching for, finding and feeling defiance. Defiance towards who they are, who they may become and how their dreams may still manifest themselves. In my view, despite this new regime of rules that they have all had to abide by, they have still felt, thought about, and understood what liberty means to them."
Catherine Bennett: Movement and Film Director
The Clockwork Crow
Based on the novel by Catherine Fisher
 
We also reported in our last newsletter that we had managed with the dedicated work of a splendid team of people to create the latest Volcano family show, The Clockwork Crow. The show will be coming soon to Volcano for COVID-safe performances to extended households. We're delighted to be able to share with you this short trailer in English and Welsh versions which we hope will make you want to discover more about the piece and also sign up for pre-sale ticket information here. We highly recommend that you do this as ticket numbers will have to be strictly limited.
English version
Welsh version

AM Cymru 

AM Cymru is a multi-media platform which celebrates and shares cultural creativity from Wales. Volcano has its very own channel which we would love you to follow. As well as showcasing theatres, you can discover a number of cultural genres. You can, for example, (try to!) find other cultural bodies or individuals similar to Volcano in Wales; find new podcasts; check out AM's chosen highlights or simply hit 'Discover' and lose an afternoon listening to a brand new Welsh band that you haven't heard of before.

There's an app available too so you can do all of the above and save your favourites on your mobile device to listen to/ watch/ read later!

Thanks for reading and watching and continuing to support Volcano during these strange times. Keep an eye on our social media (links below) for other happenings but, rest assured, this newsletter is where it's at if you don't want to miss a trick!

Volcano, January 2021
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