Summer Exhibition

Summer Exhibition

The annual summer exhibition will open on July 20th with work by over 90 artists. A wonderful opportunity to buy art and take it home with you on the day of purchase!

We thank our usual gallery artists for their continued support and we are pleased to present a number of new talents. The show will run until October 2nd.

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Meinir Mathias

Meinir Mathias

Oriel Plas Glyn y Weddw are proud to present a collection of works by one of Wales’ most exciting painters ;

Meinir Mathias continues her exploration and reinterpretation of Welsh heritage.

Following her last sell out shows ‘Rebel’ and ‘Ysbryd’, Meinir continues her development of portraits and figurative paintings entwined with the symbolism from Welsh folklore and political protest. Her work draws upon folk imagery and history, whilst bringing a contemporary perspective through her work. Rendered in rich oil paint, figurative work, colour and composition play an important role in her paintings.

Meinir further explores ideas in relation to her Welsh identity which are linked to land, place, and memory. This body of work consists of original oil paintings and etchings.

Several of her paintings have been purchased by the National Library of Wales for the National Collection. She was awarded the People’s Choice award at The Royal Cambrian Academy of Fine art and featured in the Welsh Art Television programme ‘Cymru ar Gynfas’.

Click here to see Meinir's work and to buy online. Please note that works in this exhibition will have to remain at the gallery until the closing date on October 2nd, 2022

Children's Summer Workshops

Children's Summer Workshops

24+25.8.22 Elin Huws -

Weaving sessions using multi media

10.30am-12pm - 4-7 years old - £4

1.30-3.30pm - 8 years and over - £5

Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times

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Illyria: Peter Pan - SOLD OUT

Illyria: Peter Pan - SOLD OUT


By J.M. Barrie, adapted by Oliver Gray

Wendy Darling is certain she saw the face of a boy at her bedroom window 3 floors up – yet no-one believes her. So who can blame her when she agrees to fly away to the idyllic Neverland with him? But is Neverland as perfect as it seems? Or will the evil Captain Hook and his band of pirates kill Peter and rule over it themselves?

Peter Pan was first performed by Illyria in 1997. It has been performed outdoors many times since by many different companies. But Illyria’s 2022 production will be the first to feature REAL flying!

Running time (approx): 1hr 40mins (including 20 minute interval)

Suitable for: all ages 5+

“Peter Pan” is presented by arrangement with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity and Concord Theatricals Ltd. on behalf of Samuel French Ltd.

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