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But to have a script of that quality, and then to have the chance to have it at home, and with such a spectacular sense of place - that sense of place comes so particularly strongly out in the movie.
Sense of Place project officer Keira Derbyshire has overseen almost 40 separate ventures to celebrate and commemorate the people, history and the culture of one of the smallest but most diverse counties in Wales.
A Sense Of Place runs at the Unity until February 6 and is free to view during theatre opening hours.
In a capitol city often defined by transience, it offered a sense of place and, for a foreigner, a reminder that it’s a big country out there.
Indeed, sense of place is a factor that is taken into account in the Visit Wales assessment of the grant application.
Located in the Buenos Aires Puerto Madero dock district, strict planning rules made the prospect of winning permission for a tall building highly unlikely, so the strategy has been to create a distinctly European sense of place for a development mixing cultural and residential buildings with a pleasingly substantial public realm.
The self-esteem and the sense of place and power -- and that they're valued -- is what we're about here.
Changing forms from free verse to heroic couplets and other poetic devices as suits the story, She Alone encapsulates its nameless protagonist's struggle to find her own sense of place and identity in a rapidly evolving world.