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Young Programmers from the Members Committee continue to help Euton and Emily to make decisions on the Artist’s and Companies that come and perform on the Pegasus stage. Two young people from the group, Maria Marinari and Maddie Ball accompanied Euton and Emily to Cardiff’s Millennium Centre to see Earthfall’s performance of Chelsea Hotel. The […]

Friday, May 31st, 2013 | Posted in Blog | No Comments »

This year Added Extra is developing from an after school provision into an alternative education provision for students who are at risk of, or are excluded from school. Added Extra staff work with students in a creative workplace engaging them in practical theatre based activities. Packages are built on a bespoke basis looking at what […]

Thursday, May 30th, 2013 | Posted in Blog | 2 Comments »

Gap Year Theatre Company, a group of young people currently taking gap years, led by Sam George (Pegasus Theatre Company Member) will be presenting a brand new show, based on a sketch show format called Leonardo De Vinci’s Magical Time-Travelling Circus on Friday 14th and Saturday 15th June. So far they have all loved the […]

Tuesday, May 28th, 2013 | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

Pegasus’ Members Committee organised a brilliantly successful fundraising event, a film screening of The Aristocats for families and young people, with fun making activities in the café, live music and French themed food. The afternoon raised a brilliant £600. After such a great event, the Members were raring to go for their next challenge and […]

Friday, May 24th, 2013 | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

It’s not long until our Japanese friends arrive (this Saturday to be exact!) to take part in Wings 2! It’s been just over 18 months since the intergenerational dance group visited us last, and took part in a week long residency, creating a performance at Pegasus. This time, with funding secured by Artistic Director Cecilia […]

Thursday, May 23rd, 2013 | Posted in Blog | No Comments »

Brookes coordinated and delivered a brilliant week of performance, lectures, installations, exhibitions, workshops and live music, using every space at Pegasus over the course of 5 days. We had three installations in various parts of the building, including Too Much Coffee, a soundscape created by motorised tapping teaspoons on coffee cups, all at different rates […]

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013 | Posted in Blog | No Comments »

Pegasus and OCM recently met, joined by Dave Gilyeat from Oxford’s BBC Introducing, to select the line-up for the forthcoming OCM youth and adult Open in June. We had an influx of great tracks submitted by Local artists, the most we’ve ever seen since the annual event began in 2011. After real deliberation, with some […]

Tuesday, May 21st, 2013 | Posted in Blog | No Comments »

Following the announcement in January this year of the departure of Euton Daley MBE after 23 years at the helm of Pegasus, the Board of Trustees are pleased to be able to announce the appointment of a new Artistic Director, Jonathan Lloyd. Jonathan, currently Artistic Director at Polka Theatre, the acclaimed children’s venue in London, […]

Monday, May 20th, 2013 | Posted in News | 1 Comment »

Mark Conway of Gonzo Moose is currently compiling the Arts Council Report, detailing the success of What The Dickens? Our co-produced, Christmas show, that toured the country visiting theatres, arts centres and village halls in the Autumn, before coming to Pegasus and then on tour again in the Spring. The show toured to 38 venues […]

Monday, May 20th, 2013 | Posted in Blog | No Comments »

          We are REALLY looking forward to performing at the Pegasus Theatre this Thursday!  We have a fantastic, totally unique Whose Crown Is It Anyway? show this month. It’s going to be in the Pegasus Theatre Studio, so it should sell out and have an amazing atmosphere.  What will make this Thursday’s show so special, is […]

Wednesday, May 15th, 2013 | Posted in Blog | No Comments »