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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: 836
Latest Activity: on Friday

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 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!
Comment by Rhoda Lane on January 10, 2017 at 10:13

TEAM Panel 2017!

 

Ladies and Gentlemen, we are very excited to announce our new line up for TEAM Panel!

For 2017, we have four new members:

 

 

They join our existing Panelists (Connor Allen, Gavin Porter, Ben Tinniswood, Tom Wentworth, Natasha Bigford, Di Ford and Rachel Miller) to complete our dream TEAM Panel line up.

Sadly, we are saying goodbye to our stalwart Panel members Ali Goolyad, Kelly Jones and Sophie McKeand. It goes without saying that they have been amazing ambassadors, championing the TEAM ethos and getting people involved with National Theatre Wales up and down the country. They’ve inspired all of us and it’s been a real privilege working with them to make some fantastic productions and initiatives. We wish them well in their new adventures.

We hope you’ll join us in thanking our outgoing Panelists and welcoming our new ones!

Let’s make 2017 another year to remember - keep your eyes peeled on our TEAM Community page, Facebook and Twitter feeds for announcements in this year’s programme.

Comment by Gavin Porter on January 5, 2017 at 16:14

Kyle Legall is directing RATS (Rose Against The System) which will be taking place during the second week of April 2017 at the WMC. This is a tale about the everyday struggle of a family of rats looking for food in the ever-changing urban environment that is modern Butetown. On the hunt for food the RATS stumble upon a secret society that has plans to blow up Cardiff Bay.

We are looking for four performers of any gender and any ethnicity and are particularly interested in finding people with poetic, singing, mask, Kung Fu and/or dancing abilities to play the RATS. You will need to be available between 27th March and 9th April. 

A knowledge of Hip-Hop culture is desirable but not essential.

Fee is £100 per day.

This project is funded by Arts Council of Wales.

Comment by Rhoda Lane on January 3, 2017 at 15:08
Gypsy, Roma & Traveller Arts & Culture National Symposium 
Kushti Nevvi Bersh! Blwyddyn newydd dda i bawb! Happy New Year to all! 
 
On Friday 20th January Taliesin Arts Centre in Swansea hosts the 2017 Gypsy, Roma & Traveller Arts & Culture National Symposium.
If you are interested in attending you should submit the application form by Wednesday 18th January.
Comment by Rhoda Lane on December 6, 2016 at 17:16

THE SOUND PROJECT!

People of Monkton! Has there ever been a certain someone in the neighbourhood who you can say, hand on heart, was truly SOUND? A real legend?

What did they do that was so amazing, outrageously funny, loving or daring?
How did they change your life and how will you remember them?

National Theatre Wales’s TEAM wants to hear about your local heroes so that we can celebrate them in style at an event in 2017.

Contact our TEAM West Wales Associate, Di Ford, for a chat.
Monkton, it’s time to tell your stories…

team@nationaltheatrewales.org

Tel: 07478336114

Comment by Rhoda Lane on December 6, 2016 at 11:03

TEAM OFFER for WONDERMAN!

You lucky TEAMsters are cordially invited to the open dress rehearsal of the marvellous WONDERMAN at Wales Millennium Centre (Weston Studio) this Friday 9th December at 2:30pm.

To confirm your attendance write to team@nationaltheatrewales.org

Comment by James Humphreys on November 26, 2016 at 13:35

Another month, Another ScriptDawg.

Join us at The Big Top to see five eager New Writers take on the 72 hour writing challenge. 

For those of you who are unaware, ScriptDawg is an initiative which sets out to bring new writers work in front of an audience. To achieve this, we offer five writers the chance to take on our 72 hour writing challenge. This is where writers are given a theme or topic and three days to produce a 5 – 7 minute script. 

If you'd like to know more check out our FaceBook page here or via email at scriptdawg@gmail.com. 

 

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