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Comment by Bethan Morgan on Tuesday

Mercury Theatre Wales have entered our domestic abuse project 35TIMES into the Aviva Community Fund. Please click the link and vote for us. Voting closes this weekend. Thank you.

https://www.avivacommunityfund.co.uk/voting/project/view/17-3713

Comment by Fio on October 19, 2017 at 13:01
Fio are very excited to bring the rehearsals for Death and The Maiden to the busy centre of Cardiff! 


On Saturday 21st October from 11:00 to 15:00 join us @ Capitol Shopping Centre and get a sneek peek into our rehearsal process!

We are opening the doors and inviting the public to come and meet our wonderful cast and enjoy some of the rehearsal process as much as we are. 

Ariel Dorfman's spectacular thriller Death and The Maiden tells the story of Paulina Salas, a torture victim of a brutal millitary dictatorship. Paulina is full of fear, gripped by a secret terror that she only shares with her husband, Gerado. One night, a kindly stranger, Dr. Miranda, arrives at their door late at night unannounced, forcing Paulina to confront her deepest fears face-to-face. 

See you there! 
Comment by Aleksandra Jones on October 5, 2017 at 9:56

Hi Everyone, we are looking for actors for 'My Grandfather The Spy' is a documentary film

There is a small budget and actors will be paid per day or half day

THERE IS NO DIALOGUE

The film is commissioned by BBC Wales and Film Cymru.

PLEASE CONTACT Aleksandra Jones. Mobile and website details below to find out more.

CASTING THE FOLLOWING ROLES

DAVID BOY - 10 years old black hair, skinny, blue eyes

DAVID teenager - 16 years old, black curly hair, thin

ERIC - Thin, Shorthair, 20 - 24 years old

MARY - Thin, glamorous 30 years old

JOHN - 35 years old male

PAT - 35 years old female

Thank you,

Aleksandra Nikolajev Jones
www.aleksandrajones.com 
+447531581808

Actor/Choreographer/Producer
ALEKSANDRAJONES.COM

Comment by Steve Bennett on September 15, 2017 at 12:01

CASTING CALL

 

We are looking for two female actors between the ages of 18 and 35 to feature in the pre-apocalypse play ‘Bread’.

 

‘Bread’ is the story of two women on the brink of the apocalypse. Inside a boarded up house, they wait for the world to end. There’s not much to do, and not a lot has happened for a few years. But there’s still secrets. Together they are negotiating their last day on earth. Still discovering new things about each other, reminiscing about the old world, and doing what any sane person would do when faced with the end of all life on earth: Getting drunk.

 

Clock Tower is proud to be producing ‘Bread’, a brand new one act play from Cardiff-based writer James Sarson, directed by Miriam Dorfner.

 

Auditions will be on Thursday 28th September at The Gate Arts Centre from 6-9pm.

 

If you'd like an audition slot please email: clocktowertc@gmail.com with an Acting CV and a headshot. We are always looking to give opportunities to people wishing to work in the industry so if a CV is not available, please attach a recent picture of yourself and your details.

 

The deadline for applications is the 23rd September. We will be in touch by Sunday 24th September to inform you of your audition time.

 

For the audition you'll need to prepare a modern monologue of no more than 5 minutes.

 

The play will be a profit share with a minimum of one rehearsal per week, with potential additional rehearsals if needed. Performance dates are the 9/10/11th November in Cardiff.

 

Comment by Damian Kerlin on September 13, 2017 at 8:28

Hello NTW Community,

I have just taken over as Programme Manager for Redhouse Cymru, based in the heart of Merthyr Tydfil. I am currently programming for 2018, and would love to hear from independent artists and companies looking to put on a new show, or existing shows looking to tour.

We also have rehearsal space for hire by shows performing both at Redhouse Cymru and elsewhere.

Please feel free to check out our website, www.redhousecymru.com.

For more information please email me on damian.kerlin@merthyrleisuretrust.co.uk or alternatively you can call the office on 01685 384111

Comment by Danny Muir on September 4, 2017 at 17:40

PERFORMER OPPORTUNITY!

Fio are calling spoken word artists, musicians, singers, dancers, actors, & anyone who would consider what they do a performance art. We are especially interested in Black and Minority Ethnic Performance Artists. We are also looking for individuals willing to speak about their experience of race within Wales.


Throughout the month of October, Fio will be engaging in a series of Speakeasy’s alongside their tour of The Mountaintop by Katori Hall. These will be taking place in:

*Powys Dance - 3rd October
*Narberth - Span Arts - 7th October
*Blackwood Miners Institute - 10th - 13th October
*Newport Riverfront 18th - 19th October

*Ffwrnes Llanelli - 26th - 27th October

We are looking for passionate artists who are interested in race within Wales and want to be part of taking these conversations to the places that really need them. The evening will be a mix of educating and facilitating discussion, and a night of engaging political art.

*Do you care about racial inequality in Wales?
*Do you have something to say?

Email Danny@wearefio.co.uk with:

*An introduction to who you are, what you do, and where you are based
*A link to your work (If possible)
*Why you’d like to be involved in this project.

About Fio:
Fio is a Cardiff based theatre company working across the UK and internationally, bringing world class socio-political stories to local audiences. Fio creates work with people of all ages, religions and backgrounds, using performance techniques to help them tell stories that are as momentous and unique as they are themselves.

Comment by AVANT on August 15, 2017 at 20:43

Hi All,

Avant are looking for an actor to be a part of Rhondda Road. 

We are looking for someone over 40years, preferably a welsh speaker. 

Please get in touch for more information. 

hello@avant.cymru 

Comment by Glesni Price-Jones on August 4, 2017 at 9:54

AUGUST 012- CASTING CALL

August 012 are casting their next production, OF MICE AND MEN, opening in October 2017 in Chapter.

 

We will be working with the play text by Steinbeck himself but also passages from the novel.

 

We have joined forces with Hijinx theatre company to cast a disabled actor to play Lennie Small. Mathilde Lopez will be directing, working with an excellent creative team made of regular and new collaborators.

 

Rehearsals are 18th September-17th October 2017
The show opens on 18th October and will be running until 28th October 2017

 

Some roles are already cast -Lennie Small and Slim- but we are still looking for:

 

-A male actor, 20-30 years old, white/mixed race, to play George Milton

 

-A male or female actor, white/mixed race, 25-30 years old, to play Curley, Curley’s wife and other male characters

 

-A male actor, 40/50 years old, black/mixed race, to play Crooks and other male and female characters

You’ll need to be happy doubling and tripling characters and interested in devising.

 

We will research a stage language somewhere between documentary realism and the Bible, with echoes of Sergio Leone and Little House on the Prairie.

 

Auditions will take place at The Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff on Thursday 17th August all day and Friday 18th August in the morning.


Fee meets Equity minimum. Actors should be Cardiff based unless they are willing to fund their own re location for the project. The project is supported by Arts Council of Wales and Hijinx Theatre Company.

 

Deadline to apply is 11th August 2017
 
Contact mathildelopez@august012.co.uk

Comment by Fio on July 31, 2017 at 14:31
Participatory Arts Training

Fio are excited to launch their Participatory Arts Training 2017 funded by Arts Council Wales. 1st - 3rd September. Apply Now!

Fio are able to offer 15 places free of charge (usually £120pp).

Fio are also able to offer selected trainees a further Training Bursary and on the job training.

Requirements:

- Interest in working in ‘The Arts’
- Over 18
- Fun and Hard Working!

Our 3 day training programme will see individuals trained as facilitators, workshop leaders and ambassadors. The training is led by Artistic Director Abdul Shayek who has over 15 years experience working in the Participatory and Community Arts Sector. The training will cover:

• Creative Facilitation
• Workshop Design & Creation
• Participatory Project Design
• Community Engagement
• Developing a Career in the Arts.
• Self Employment in the Arts
• Safeguarding and Working with Young People
• Promoting Inclusion
• Funding Advice

Fio hope to engage with a new cohort of facilitators and workshop leaders from across Wales and have opportunities for future work .

Fio are particularly interested in hearing from people of BAME background but this is not a requirement.

Contact: people@wearefio.co.uk

Training Dates: 1st - 3rd September

Application Deadline: 25th August 2017

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Comment by Strategic Research and Insight on July 17, 2017 at 10:56

We are looking for flexible staff to join our small, friendly team of telephone interviewers. We are very flexible and only ever book shifts 1 week in advance based on your availability. We find that our working pattern suits freelancers.
Working hours are 9-4:30pm or 12-7:30pm. You can leave early if you hit your target and still get paid for a full day. £7.50 an hour.
If interested, please email kate@strategic-research.co.uk for further details :)

 

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