Information

NTW10: The Soul Exchange

This is the group for The Soul Exchange: official tag: NTW10
View all blog posts about The Soul Exchange

Members: 69
Latest Activity: Jun 12, 2015

Discussion Forum

A photo project idea

Hi my name is Jack; I'm a documentary photography student in Newport. I worked last year for a voluntary scheme called Platform2 and I did some work with young people in Butetown and I was amazed by…Continue

Tags: Cardiff, documentary, tiger, bay, diversity

Started by Jack Martin Dec 1, 2010.

More info about Soul Exchange 1 Reply

Hey,I'm writing an article about Butetown and the Soul Exchange for an assignment, in the hope that I'll later be able to pitch the idea to Cardiff mags. Could anyone fill me in on more details about…Continue

Started by bethan john. Last reply by Yusra Warsama Jul 6, 2010.

Live results for ntw10 around the web

Loading… Loading feed

Comment Wall

Add a Comment

You need to be a member of NTW10: The Soul Exchange to add comments!

Comment by Matt Humphries on July 17, 2011 at 14:06

Does anyone have any links to the photos that were being taken in the foyer of WMC?

Thanks 

Comment by Genaya Parris on January 27, 2011 at 11:38
cant wait to see it tonight its going to be amazing x
Comment by Genaya Parris on October 4, 2010 at 13:04
had fun in the soul exchange workshop yesterday, the production feels more real now. x
Comment by Genaya Parris on September 5, 2010 at 11:06
hey guys and girls would just like to say a big helllllo to u all x
Comment by Gavin Porter on August 29, 2010 at 18:18
With real excitement (and admittedly some logistical trepidation) I met with the Ali, Borhan, Yusra, Kully and Humie this week to begin creating the NTW10.

My initial thoughts were how are we going to get 500-700 people in taxis going down Bute Street at the same time and how are the predominantly non-theater going public of Butetown going to embrace a less traditional Theater Piece which isn't going to fit what their concept of what Theater is.

I soon realised that I needed to be creative without 'What if's' and trust the experience belief of Kully and the others that the direction the show is taking is the right direction.

Not sure how much i can talk about what came out of our creative week, but I am now more excited than ever. This is going to be a huge opportunity for me personally and a big opportunity for the creative community of Butetown as well as the wider community.

Also glad that Anthony Brito has now been invited on to the writing team.
Comment by Devinda De Silva on July 25, 2010 at 14:48
Leon, Borhan, Gavin, Leanne & Genaya at Contact The World in Manchester.

Comment by Gavin Porter on July 4, 2010 at 16:25
It was good to meet up with everyone in Manchester yesterday to talk about NTW10. Really looking forward to see what we will create for the Butetown show. Mad to think that at the beginning of the year I had never seen any kind of theatre and now I'll be involved in this production. I think we are going to produce that everyone involved, including the Butetown Community, can be proud of. Here are a few links that people may find interesting.

This is a short documentary that I made when I was in Uni.



This is a short cartoon made by Kyle Legall, hopefully he can get involved in the project is someway

This is a slideshow of some photos I have.

This another cartoon from Kyle.
Comment by Dr Tom Payne on July 4, 2010 at 11:21
Comment by Devinda De Silva on March 17, 2010 at 18:18
Thanks for coming along Leanne, glad you enjoyed it. Come and see our next show 'Shelf Life' in Swansea - i'm sure you'll find it just as enjoyable. Catch up soon
Comment by Leanne Rahman on March 17, 2010 at 11:46
A big thank you to Devinda & John for inviting us to the Institute last Friday. Four of us travelled up from Butetown and were intreagued but slightly sceptimistic about how much we could really get or relate to the show. 'A Good Nite Out' in the Valleys was such a refreshing surprise - quirky, hilarious, touching. Family and history and the strong community ties to something more than just bricks and motar was a notion that we all were familiar with. The evening was great! A full house, full of energy with star performances and it has left us all a-buzz with ideas and inspiration for the Soul Exchange. To all the Team - keep up the fantastic work and we look forward to the rest of the shows.
 

Members (68)

 
 
 

Stay Up To Date

Enter your email address:

image block identification

© 2018   Created by National Theatre Wales.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service