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National Theatre Wales TEAM

An Official National Theatre Wales Group

TEAM is for anyone who is interested in being part of National Theatre Wales, getting involved in theatre or meeting new people. Join the group now to hear about any forthcoming meetings and opportunities.

You can find our Facebook page here

Let us know about your experience with TEAM and help us to continue improving by filling in our short survey here

Website: http://nationaltheatrewales.org/about#team
Location: Wales wide
Members: 844
Latest Activity: Apr 20

Help Shape The Future

We're always keen to support new projects and events around Wales. These could be one-offs or more long-term. We'd like to get people involved in the arts (it doesn't have to be about theatre), develop skills and leaders, and encourage involvement from a wide range of people. So if you have an idea that fits in with any of these we'd like to hear from you.

You can contact us on team@nationaltheatrewales.org

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Comment by Rhoda Lane on February 16, 2017 at 11:53

Designer required for NTW TEAM  project in Cardiff

Various dates between 17th March and 18th May 2017 (see below for details). This is a paid role.

Location: Cardiff

National Theatre Wales TEAM is creating an original piece of work with Ocean Park Academy, a school in Splott, Cardiff.  Working with the school over two terms, we will be asking the pupils to devise their own creative piece. Taking our lead from the learners, we will apply the TEAM approach to turning their ideas into something unique.  

Designer

We are looking for a Designer to be be part of the creative team. The final production will be the result of a co-creation process involving a variety of arts practitioners including poets, musicians  and activists. The final piece is scheduled for performance on Thursday 18th May 2017.

Roles, requirements and responsibilities:

  • The Designer will be working within a school setting with young performers, so experience of working collaboratively with young people, other creatives and/or community groups is essential.

  • At least 1 years professional experience in theatre and the arts.

  • Experience of designing staging for theatre productions in non-traditional settings would be an asset.

  • An understanding of the approach and ethos of NTW TEAM would be advantageous.

  • To ensure that high production standards are maintained throughout the design, rehearsal and performance period.

  • Proactive, imaginative, adaptable, and able to collaborate with the wider creative team.

  • Adhering to NTW’s Health and Safety policies and other policies as appropriate.

  • Full UK driving licence.

  • Right to work in the UK.

FEE: Total Fee is £1000 - for the equivalent of 10 days’ work.

AVAILABILITY: Sessions at Ocean Park Academy are usually held on Fridays, but some flexibility will be required in the weeks leading up to the final performance in May.

Please apply with a current CV and a covering letter (no more than one side of A4) stating why you have the right experience and skills for the role and why you would like to work with NTW, to team@nationaltheatrewales.orgalong with a digital portfolio your work by Wednesday 1st March, 12:00 midday.



DATES & TIMES:

Deadline Wednesday 1 March

Interviews Tuesday 7 March

Start date Friday 17 March

We are grateful to the Arts Council of Wales for supporting this project through the Creative Collaboration fund, and are delighted to be able to demonstrate our commitment to the Creative Learning through the Arts scheme.


 

Comment by Emma MacNab on February 13, 2017 at 16:22

If anyone is based near Cardigan, then have a look at the TEAM Workout and Skill Swap event happening on 4th May at the Small World Theatre. More info on the event here.


Comment by Rhoda Lane on February 7, 2017 at 15:16

Comment by Diana Ford on February 3, 2017 at 15:29
6 awesome bands/musicians confirmed including Tied & Wasted ,Vicetrack , Ella Guru , Tom Tenby , Jimmy Mac's Blues Band & The M.J's.
The Amnesty Campaigns promoted will be the Refugees Welcome campaign and the Together Against Hate campaign.  The evening will also feature short films about human rights issues including a filmy by independent Welsh film-maker Jay Bedwani.  Tickets are £10 in advance or £15 on the door and they are available from Babi-Beau, Caffi Pura and Dale's Music (all in Tenby).  
Local brewers Tenby Brewing Co. will be providing refreshments in a beer festival style. There will also be a TEAM presence for anyone who is interested in finding out more about TEAM and NTW.    
Come along for a night of great music and campaign together against hate! 
Comment by Rhoda Lane on February 3, 2017 at 14:44

Barbican Guildhall Creative Learning department is advertising an opportunity that may be of interest to TEAM members. They are currently recruiting for the third intake of the BA in Performance and Creative Enterprise which is delivered in association with the Barbican Centre.

The Performance and Creative Enterprise degree enables artists from a range of backgrounds in particular theatre, spoken word and music to develop their performance, production, collaboration and leadership skills for employment in the arts industry. Further information can be found here. 

The deadline is 7th March and application is made direct to the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. The course is open to non-standard entry applicants.

Performance and Creative Enterprise

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQ_ZMfDm5RQ

Comment by Rhoda Lane on February 2, 2017 at 12:01

Our TEAM Panel stalwart Ali Goolyad has been busy of late in Brazil - making some noise, bringing the TEAM spirit to Rio De Janeiro, and generally being a boss. Well done Ali!

Read his his blog on Community:

http://community.nationaltheatrewales.org/…/the-art-of-cult…
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A cold evening in September my phone rang. It was our previous Artistic director John McGrath, he offered me a great opportunity to take part in an international cultural exchange programme in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil - "A Arte de Intercâmbio." (The Art of Cultural Exchange). 


I was one of 3 young artists from Britain taking part but what was special for me was that I was the only one representing Wales. As an artist from wales there's only one organisation that I could and would represent the Great NTW TEAM. 
During my time in Brazil I couldn't help but connect with some of the young artists who live a much harder life than I could ever imagine. I couldn't help but think if only there was a National theatre of Wales here. The organisation that helped me realise my potential and made the realisation a reality. If only there was the same structure as NTW TEAM! If only, if only. 


Boom! Idea ! I had an idea, I am a part of TEAM ! I've embedded the TEAM ethos and if these artists can't get to NTW, I'll bring a bit of NTW TEAM to them. Within my own practice! 


I'm going back to Brazil next month to take part in Vagalume O Verde Carnival, I will volunteer all my skills to my dear friend Hugo and his project. The carnival brings together crowds of up to 5million people, a great platform for me to spread the word of TEAM and share the TEAM spirit. Thanks to Devinda I've got a bag full of TEAM TShirts ready for my gang to wear during carnival they are our Brazilian Team Members.


A group you will hear a lot about soon. 
If anyone wants to know more about how they can help and get involved! Let me know on Facebook ( Ali zay ) or my email ( ali.goolyad@outlook.com)
Stay tuned for an update....
Tchau!!


Above Left to right: Afreena(contact theatre) Mayara(Brazil) Kyronne (Battersea Arts) Myself (TEAM) Vítor (Brazil)
@ Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro


Below: Hugo (CEO of Vagalume O Verde)
Andre (People's Palace Project) Myself
@ Nos do morro,(youth theatre, Vidigal, Rio de Janeiro)

Comment by Rhoda Lane on January 31, 2017 at 13:02

RAWFFEST 2017

RawFfest is the youth arts festival for Wales that is fun, innovative and surprising. It is planned and programmed by young people for young people. We showcase the best of youth arts today: performances, exhibitions, workshops, events. RawFfest GŵylGrai will take place in Llandudno from 17 - 20 August 2017.

 

Do you know someone aged between 16 and 25 and passionate about arts in Wales?  Do they want to help plan this youth arts festival?  

Deadline: 6pm Thursday 9th February 2017.  https://goo.gl/forms/2gpHhJQZb9FHwXaW2  

Any questions, email our new Youth Development Coordinator Sera Owen sera@rawffest.wales

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Gŵyl gelfyddydau ieuenctid newydd i Gymru ydi GŵylGrai, sy’n hwyl, yn arloesol ac yn ddigon o ryfeddod. Fe’i cynllunnir ac fe’i rhaglennir gan bobol ifanc i bobol ifanc. Mae arnom eisiau rhoi stondin i’r gorau ymhlith celfyddydau ieuenctid heddiw: perfformiadau, arddangosfeydd, gweithdai, digwyddiadau. Bydd GŵylGrai ar fynd yn Llandudno o 17 - 20 Awst 2017.

 

Ydych chi rhwng 16 a 25 oed ac yn frwdfrydig am y celfyddydau yng Nghymru?  Oes arnoch eisiau helpu i gynllunio’r ŵyl gelfyddydau ieuenctid yma?   

Dyddiad cau: 6y.h nos Iau y 9fed o Chwefror, 2017. https://goo.gl/forms/pm2cs4z6DceBiOSu1  

Unrhyw gwestiynnau ebostiwch ein Cydlynydd Datblygu Ieuenctid newydd Sera Owen. sera@rawffest.wales

Comment by Rhoda Lane on January 26, 2017 at 14:53

Ponty Stories

Saturday 18th February, YMCA Pontypridd

As part of the regeneration of the YMCA in Pontypridd, we are launching Ponty Stories.  We are looking to hear and collect stories from people from all generations who used and enjoyed the YMCA, as well as exhibiting historical items that are still housed in the building.
We want to start collecting these stories, and are also on the lookout for enthusiastic volunteers who'd like to help us with this process, who have a passion for Pontypridd and it's past, present and future.
With all this in mind, we're running a launch event at Pontypridd Museum on 18th February.  As well as a small exhibition that will be on display all day, we will also be hosting theatrical and performative responses between 5-7pm which is supported by National Theatre Wales TEAM and Ponty Arts. 
Hope to see you there!
Comment by Rhoda Lane on January 24, 2017 at 16:31

Don't forget that we have our Sound Project Creative Writing Workshop this Saturday 28th January in Monkton Swifts Social Club!

Comment by Rhoda Lane on January 19, 2017 at 13:12
CRITICAL CHINWAG:MY BODY WELSH 
Thursday 26th January at Galeri, Caernarfon 
This month’s critical chinwag will be in Galeri (Caernarfon) on Thursday 26th January!
 
Join our new TEAM Panelist, Rachel Rosen, for an evening of entertainment and discussion of the touring production My Body Welsh 
 
If you are a TEAM member and would like to participate, write to team@nationaltheatrewales.org by Tuesday 24th January to claim your FREE ticket and post-show drink!
 

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