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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 November 23, 2016 at 11:31

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20 STORIES HIGH ARE COMING TO NTW HQ!

TEAM, we have a great opportunity for you to meet 20 Stories High, the Liverpool-based theatre company that makes fantastic work with young people from excluded communities, established artists and world-class professionals. 

You can find out more about them via their website:  http://www.20storieshigh.org.uk/

If you want to have the chance to hear them talk at NTW HQ on

Monday 5th December (14:00) write to team@nationaltheatrewales.org. 

Places are limited (like, really limited) so let us know ASAP if you will be joining us!

Comment by Glesni Price-Jones on November 18, 2016 at 19:50

Hi Team,

Thought this might be of interest to some of you.

Be Aware Productions are seeking a hands on promoter/marketing person for their forth coming production ‘Enough is Enough’. This role will involve travelling to each venue and exploring the surrounding town, finding the best places to promote the piece, building an audience from the surrounding community and consulting with some of our local contacts. 

We are looking for someone enthusiastic who loves to talk to people. We would expect you to contact the local councils, visit pubs, clubs, cafés and youth centres in order to bring the widest possible audience to each performance. You will also need to put up posters, distribute flyers and generally sell the show to everyone you meet on your journey. We think this will be a lot of fun, but it will also be hard work.

There is a weekly fee of £400 and the role will last 6 weeks starting from the the beginning of January. We would expect you to have your own car but we will cover your petrol and per diems while you are on the road.

Please contact our Production Manager Glesni Price-Jones with a short message about how you think you could fulfil this role, any past experience and a CV if you have one.

glesni@beawareproductions.com

Comment by James Humphreys on November 16, 2016 at 11:59

Hey Guys,

ScriptDawg are on the lookout for actors who are eager for a challenge, love the stage and are confident to cold perform.

ScriptDawg is an initiative to get new writers work in front of an audience. We do this by setting a 72 hour writing challenge, where writers are given a theme and 3 days to produce a 5-7 minute theatre piece.

Currently, we are in need of two actors (one male, one female) for two days – 13th and 14th December. You’ll be needed for:

13th December – A read through of first drafts, which will last about an hour.

14th December – for rehearsals, staging and the performance – which will be script in hand.

If you would like to find more information about ScriptDawg you can find it on our FaceBook page - - - > https://www.facebook.com/ScriptDawg-199008957186854/?ref=bookmarks

The position is unpaid but food and drinks will be provided for your participation.

If you are interested you can contact us through the FaceBook page or via email: scriptdawg@gmail.com

All the best,

James. 

Comment by Rhoda Lane on November 15, 2016 at 13:44

 

   

Mental Health Arts Festival In Wales

 

The theme of this year’s festival is ‘Walls:Muriau’. Out of the creative minds of those with and without lived experience of mental ill health, the festival will explore the walls put up and the barriers, both physical and attitudinal, that exist for those affected by mental illness.

In an arts and mental health context, walls can take on many meanings. It could be the walls of the mind, the walls of a gallery, theatre or cinema screen, a hospital, the box you feel you might fit in with a diagnosis, or the walls you need to overcome due to stigma….the walls you’ve broken through in recovery….and many more.

The festival is organised by : Disability Arts Cymru, Ynys Mon a Gwynedd Mind and Making Minds

The Funders of the Festival are: Arts Council of Wales, Welsh Government, National Lottery, Voluntary Arts Wales (VAW), Royal college of Psychiatry, National Centre for Mental Health, Mental Health Research Centre,

Performances at the Weston Studio, WMC, Cardiff Bay

NOVEMBER 21st – 24th at the Wales Millennium Centre

The Weston Studio is wheelchair accessible and speech to text will be available at all performances

Check out the programme for further details: Walls Muriau

Comment by Rhoda Lane on November 12, 2016 at 20:21


Ceisiadau Panel TEAM - Galwad 2017

Ai chi fydd yr aelod nesaf o Banel TEAM National Theatre Wales?

Mae'r Panel TÎM yn bwydo i mewn i ddatblygiad cyffredinol National Theatre Wales, gan gynghori ar faterion megis recriwtio, rhaglennu, marchnata a hyfforddiant. Gan adeiladu ar ein cyflawniadau dros y ddwy flynedd ddiwethaf, mae'r Panel yn rhoi TEAM yn gadarn wrth wraidd y sefydliad. Aelodau'r Panel yw yn ein cynrychiolwyr mewn digwyddiadau a pherfformiadau, ac maent yn mynychu cyfarfodydd a rhoi cyflwyniadau ar ein rhan. Maent yn bwydo yn ôl yn rheolaidd i staff a bwrdd National Theatre Wales. Gan gyfarfod fel grŵp rhyw dair neu bedair gwaith y flwyddyn, rydym bob amser yn chwilio am bobl sydd ag ystod amrywiol o sgiliau, gwybodaeth, barn, profiad a chefndir.

Rydym am gael unigolion deinamig sydd yn angerddol am y celfyddydau ac sydd eisiau ysbrydoli eraill i gymryd rhan. Efallai eich bod eisoes wedi cael rhywfaint o brofiad o arwain, neu o leiaf y potensial - nid ydych yn ofni torchi llewys, cymryd yr awenau a dangos y ffordd i eraill.

Yn fwy na dim, rydych yn frwd dros ymgysylltu, hyrwyddo cyfiawnder cymdeithasol, ac yn credu yn rôl ddinesig sefydliadau celfyddydol.

Aelodau'r panel yw llygaid a chlustiau NTW ar draws y wlad. Maent yn dod â syniadau gan eu cymdogaethau ac yn llywio ein rhaglen. Maent yn asiantau diwylliannol rhagweithiol ar gyfer newid, gan yrru ymlaen â phrosiectau creadigol a thyfu mentrau celfyddydol yn eu cymunedau.

Os ydych am helpu i lunio dyfodol National Theatre Wales a'ch bod yn gallu rhoi o'ch amser i ddatblygu'r celfyddydau yn eich ardal chi a thu hwnt, mae hwn yn gyfle gwych i gamu ymlaen, dweud eich dweud a gwneud i bethau ddigwydd.

Dywedwch wrthym yn eich ceisiadau:

1)Pam hoffech chi fod ar Banel TEAM

2)Beth yw eich cysylltiad â TEAM/National Theatre Wales

3) Sut fyddech chi'n hyrwyddo TEAM yn eich ardal chi

4) Ym mha ffyrdd y gall TEAM gyfrannu at NTW dros y flwyddyn nesaf

Ebostiwch Rhoda Lane, Cynorthwy-ydd TEAM ar  team@nationaltheatrewales.org  erbyn 9.00am ddydd Iau 24 Tachwedd 2016.

Cynhelir cyfweliadau ddydd Iau 1 Rhagfyr 2016.

 

Comment by Rhoda Lane on November 8, 2016 at 17:36

TEAM Panel 2017 - Call for Applications

Could you be the next member of National Theatre Wales’s TEAM Panel?

The TEAM Panel feed into the overall development of National Theatre Wales, advising on issues such as recruitment, programming, marketing and training. Building on our achievements over the past couple of years, the Panel places TEAM firmly at the centre of the organisation.

Panel members are our representatives at events and performances, and attend meetings and give presentations on our behalf. They regularly feed back to National Theatre Wales staff and board. Meeting as a group approximately three to four times a year, we are always looking for people with a diverse range of skills, knowledge, views, experience and backgrounds.

We want dynamic individuals who are passionate about the arts and who want to inspire others to take part. You may already have some experience of leading, or at least the potential - you are not afraid to pitch in, take the reins and show others the way. Above all, you have a vocation for engagement, promote social justice, and believe in the civic role of arts organisations.

Panel members are NTW’s eyes and ears across the country. They bring ideas from their neighbourhoods and inform our programme. They are proactive cultural agents for change, driving forward creative projects and growing arts initiatives in their communities.
If you want to help shape the future of National Theatre Wales and you can give your time to developing the arts in your locality and beyond, this is an excellent opportunity to show up, speak up and make things happen.

Tell us in your applications:

1) Why would you like to be on TEAM Panel

2) What your connection is to TEAM/ National Theatre Wales

3) How you would promote TEAM in your area

4) In what ways TEAM can contribute to NTW over the next year

Email Rhoda Lane, TEAM Assistant at team@nationaltheatrewales.org by:

9.00am Thursday 24th November 2016

Interviews will be held on Thursday 1st December 2016

Comment by Rhoda Lane on November 8, 2016 at 15:45

CRITICAL CHINWAG!

The second of this month’s Critical Chinwag will be held at Chapter on 30th November, and we have reserved 4 tickets for you excellent TEAM members.

Light Waves Dark Skies is a new work by We Made This, exploring the beauty and power of light and water, and our place in the universe amongst the stars. http://www.chapter.org/light-waves-dark-skies

Apply to join the Chair of TEAM Panel, Tom, to review this performance at Chapter in Cardiff - there's a FREE post-show drink in it for you as well.
First come, first served. See Tom's blog for more info: http://community.nationaltheatrewales.org/…/critical-chinwa…

Reply to team@nationaltheatrewales.org by 22nd November.

Comment by Rhoda Lane on November 8, 2016 at 11:50

We are delighted to announce the appointment of

Tom Wentworth as the first Chair of TEAM Panel!

Tom will be keeping everything shipshape, ensuring that Panel considers and decides on the important things: diversity, TEAM project support, and shaping the programme of NTW as a whole. Follow Tom’s blogs via our Community page and on Twitter - @tomthetwit

If you are interested in becoming a TEAM member you first need to set up a profile on NTW Community here: http://community.nationaltheatrewales.org/ and then join the TEAM group http://community.nationaltheatrewales.org/group/ntwteam

You can get in touch with TEAM via team@nationaltheatrewales.org with your project ideas, questions and for general chat. We do love a good chat.

Comment by Rhoda Lane on October 27, 2016 at 15:00

CALL OUT TO DISABLED ARTISTS IN THE UK!

Unlimited aims to embed work by disabled artists within the UK cultural sector, reach new audiences and shift perceptions of disabled people.

They are looking to support commissions for disabled artists and companies that support disabled-led work across all art forms.

The application portal for this year’s three Unlimited Commission strands are open. You can find more info here:

http://weareunlimited.org.uk/

Deadline for expressions of interest: 12 midday, 7 November 2016

Comment by Rhoda Lane on October 27, 2016 at 11:09

CARDIFF MINI MELA!

Cardiff Mini Mela is happening this Saturday 29th October in Butetown! This event has been organised to promote the cultural diversity of all ethnicities within the city of Cardiff. 
It's FREE so go along and check it out!

 

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