A UNIQUE collaboration combining the photography with new music from a celebrated Welsh jazz pianist will set the scene at Theatr Colwyn this month.

Photographer David Woodfall and musician Huw Warren will provide a feast for the senses in Rewilding in Britain & Ireland at Theatr Colwyn on Saturday, April 20.

Rewilding has become the key talking point in the modern conservation movement. But it’s commonly misunderstood as a campaign to fill the forests with lynxes, wolves and bears, when in fact the ethos guiding the British rewilding movement is much more nuanced, and much broader in scope.

Naturalist and photographer Woodfall has spent years working in the countryside, meeting the people on the frontline of rewilding and collecting their stories and photographing wildlife.

Woodfall’s stunning nature photography offers an in-depth understanding of an essential Rewilding movement and the people leading it.

He has won a number of international awards including category winners in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards and in Natures Best.

Joining Woodfall is Warren, who has achieved an international reputation for innovative and eclectic music making over a thirty-year career. Equally at home crossing the often-exclusive worlds of Jazz, World and Contemporary music; he has a distinctive and personal voice, and has collaborated with a huge variety of artists worldwide.

Awarded the BBC Jazz award for Innovation, and the ACW Creative Wales Award, he has also written for many ensembles including Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Welsh Chamber Orchestra, RSC, LPO Renga ensemble, National Youth Brass Band of Wales, The Orlando Consort, Ensmble Plus, Koch Ensemble and Tango Siempre.

Recently Warren has further broadened his collaborative pool to work with spoken word artists, visual artists, filmmakers, choreographers and photographers. We see this collaboration within Rewinding which includes specially written music for the evening.

For an unforgettable sensory exhibition, head to theatr Colwyn on Saturday, April 20 at 7.30pm.

Tickets are £6.50, to book visit theatrcolwyn.co.uk or call the box office 01492 556677.