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Comment by Damian Kerlin on September 13, 2017 at 8:29

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 17:28

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 Fio on July 31, 2017 at 14:29
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

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMAiaCzHGpQ&list=PLk1g-YvpvqvVs...
Comment by Bethan Morgan on July 6, 2017 at 10:11

Great reviews coming in for Mercury Theatre Wales's new production 35 TIMES. Catch it this week in Volcano, Swansea and next week in Chapter, Cardiff.

http://www.theatre-wales.co.uk/reviews/reviews_details.asp?reviewID...

Comment by Dr Tom Payne on June 30, 2017 at 19:27
Comment by Bethan Morgan on June 26, 2017 at 20:32

Mercury Theatre Wales's new show 35 TIMES opens Thursday 29th June - raising awareness of Domestic Abuse.

http://community.nationaltheatrewales.org/events/35-times-mercury-t...

Comment by Simon Coates on May 22, 2017 at 10:59

Be our next Emerging Director!!

We are looking for an Emerging Director to work with us and Common Wealth on our next production - We're Still Here.

Deadline is 26 May. Here's the info....

http://community.nationaltheatrewales.org/profiles/blogs/be-our-nex...

Comment by Bethan Morgan on May 15, 2017 at 19:39

Mercury Theatre Wales are looking for a S.Wales based actress, playing age late 60s/early 70s, to join the cast of our new play '35 TIMES' which tackles the issues of Domestic Abuse. Rehearses from 5th June and tours until 15th July 2017. Equity equivalent fees. Please see our website for more information and contact us asap at info@mercurytheatrewales.co.uk

Comment by National Theatre Wales on February 28, 2017 at 12:36

DEADLINE TOMORROW!

Designer required for NTW TEAM project in Cardiff / Angen dylunydd ar gyfer prosiect TEAM NTW yng Nghaerdydd

#ntwTEAM

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Comment by Zoe Munn on February 15, 2017 at 14:30

Arts Active will be holding an Artist's Fair and Regional Network Event for A2:Connect Arts and Education Network Central and South area at the beginning of April. Its an event designed to showcase artists and arts organisations who work in schools and to build connections and generate engagement within the sector. Among the delegates will be headteachers, creative agents, arts development staff and other arts professionals involved in bringing artists into schools. 

The free event will be at Cyfarthfa High School on 5th April. There will be opportunities to deliver workshops which can be observed by delegates, a trade fair in the main hall where artists and arts organisations will have stalls to showcase their work with schools, and then a Regional Network Meeting with a panel led discussion, and some Pecha Kucha style artists presentations.
Call out for artists attached Artists Callout A2ConnectArtistsFair.pdf
please share with anyone who might be interested.
Booking for delegates is HERE all welcome!
Any queries please contact zoe@artsactive.org.uk
Thanks!
 

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