An old wooden set floor from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Dance was used to provide seating for the project, in line with National Theatre Wales’ commitment to sustainability.
Lorne Campbell, Artistic Director, National Theatre Wales said:
“We are so grateful to the Edenstone Group and Aaron and Partners for their support in enabling us to bring joy and creativity to thousands of children and grown-ups in communities across Wales. The feedback we’ve had from all ages has been overwhelmingly positive. Through partnerships like this, we are able to make sustainability the springboard for new ways of imagining, playing and making theatre.”
Edenstone is proud of its sustainability credentials. Having sold its first zero carbon home in 2018, the company aims to deliver 6,000 zero carbon homes by 2030.
The homebuilder has adopted a comprehensive construction waste management programme across its business to reduce waste by determining what can be reused, recycled, or needs disposal.