I’m Megan Price, Marketing Manager at Chapter, the place Earthfall call home when they’re not travelling the globe. I’ve been here for over eight years, so I’ve had the pleasure of working with Earthfall several times and they’re always great! Without doubt being in the audience for At Swim, Two Boys was my most memorable experience of Earthfall and their work. I’ve seen it in different venues and versions and it’s always been wonderful: one of the most powerful pieces of dance I have ever seen.
Earthfall are certainly a strong voice for performing arts in Wales. The quality of Earthfall’s work speaks volumes for what Welsh art can produce. They are fantastic ambassadors for our lovely country. I can’t wait to see what Earthfall have come up with for their latest production. Their shows are always exciting and surprising in the best way. I had heard of the Chelsea Hotel before; among other things, my mam is a bit of a Joni Mitchell nut, so Chelsea Morning was part of the soundtrack to my early youth.
I think my own most memorable hotel experience has to be when I went over to the west coast of Ireland with my Grandma to visit family and we stayed in Knockranny House in Westport. My grandparents had been staying there for many years and I know why. The food is amazing and they have a great mixologist.
Last autumn saw our Experimentica festival of live art. It’s always an eye-opening experience and I always look forward to the buzz that Chapter always has during the festival. We also opened on New Year’s Eve for the first time in quite a while. We booked some great bands and it was a great way to see in 2014!
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