Berwyn Rowlands, Sue Vertue & Steven Moffat

Kaleidoscopic - Wrexham's Adaption Festival - was a three day event that examined how creative ideas can be reshaped and adapted into various art forms. It was created and produced by the Festivals Company on behalf on Glyndŵr University and took place from September 9th – 11th 2011 in the Catrin Finich Centre and Wrexham Library.

Festival highlights included an exclusive Q&A with Steven Moffat and Sue Vertue (pictured with Berwyn) about Sherlock - the modern day reincarnation of Sherlock Holmes and a masterclass by Tim Firth who discussed adapting his screenplay of Calendar Girls into a successful stage play.
There was also panel sessions on writing for radio featuring Alison Hindell (Head of Radio Drama, BBC) and acclaimed radio dramatist Mike Walker and an exclusive Pierhead Session, presented by the National Assembly for Wales, that examined if a country can be a brand and if so how has ‘Brand Wales’ been adapted over the past 50 years?