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A group for Producers at every scale and all those who deliver theatre projects to share ideas, experience and best practice. 

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OFF THE CUFF - Improvised Comedy Group

Off The Cuff is a brand new improvised comedy group which is based in the South Wales area.Having performed 3 times at packed out venues in Carmarthen we are looking to find bigger and better venues…Continue

Started by Osian Rhys Oct 23, 2013.

edinburgh fringe festival

we are taking a coach to the edinburgh fringe 2nd -11th august and are looking for people to help share the cost.  if anyone is off the first week of the fringe and would like to buy a seat, then…Continue

Started by jane donoghue Jul 16, 2012.

New companies 2 Replies

Hello, as of last Wednesday I have founded a small theatre company in my hometown. I have had a couple of meetings with my fellow performers and have started planning our initial workshops. The…Continue

Started by Osian Rhys. Last reply by Osian Rhys Jun 26, 2012.

How do you evaluate your projects? 1 Reply

hello small but perfectly formed producers' group.my head is obsessing about evaluation models at the moment. how do you evaluate your projects, how do you "tell the story" of what you do? what do…Continue

Started by Lucy Davies. Last reply by Peter Nahimara Feb 8, 2012.

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Comment by Simon Coates yesterday

Your opportunity to have a say on how Artist Development at NTW should work...

http://community.nationaltheatrewales.org/profiles/blogs/where-are-...

Comments now starting to appear on my blog post about the potential direction of this work at NTW. Go on, stick your oar in.

Comment by Anne Plenderleith on August 5, 2014 at 16:25

Hi Ray,

Just so that you know we read comments...I won't be able to attend as I won't be in Wales on that date, and even then not sure if it would be for a young people's theatre company, but it does sound intriguing so I hope you get lots of interest.

Anne Plenderleith

Comment by Ray Thomas on August 5, 2014 at 14:40

Hi, Producers!

I am presenting a devised piece, as my M.A. Drama Major Production - "The Thunder & Lightning Man - Andrew Crosse" - in The Theatre at "The Atrium" (University of South Wales, Cardiff). Friday 12 & Saturday 13 September 2014 at 7.30 pm. Audience numbers are limited, so I would appreciate knowing if you are interested in attending this 'showcase' opportunity. I have pulled together a local team of 20 people for this project - a multi-layered interweaving of a docudrama about Andrew Crosse (unheralded 19th Century Somerset Scientist and Poet) with elements of Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" story - which drew very positive audience responses at the preview in late June. I look forward to hearing back from you. Thanks. Ray Thomas. Contact: raythomas48@hotmail.com

Comment by Laura H Drane on July 30, 2014 at 15:36

Anyone off to Edinburgh for the Fringe, do try and see this! http://community.nationaltheatrewales.org/profiles/blogs/through-th... and http://bit.ly/wondersedfringe Diolch!

Comment by Laura H Drane on July 16, 2014 at 12:18

Hello! Just a gentle nudge to see if any of you might be able to pledge or share this kickstarter for my newest creative production - a youth opera called Pandora's Locker. It's more than 60% funded with 9 days to go. And after this I promise I won't mention it again ;-) bit.ly/pandorakickstarter Thanks!

Comment by Jack Ayres on July 13, 2014 at 17:56

Hi all,

Dry Mouth Theatre has now less than two weeks until the opening of its debut production of Death of a Salesman at 7pm on Friday 24th of July and 2pm & 7pm on Saturday 25th of July at The Gate Theatre!

Tickets are available at £7 standard price and £5 for concessions from:

- The Gate online - http://www.thegate.org.uk/events/page/2/


-The Gate Box Office on 029 2048 3344

You can also like us on Facebook to keep up with all our latest news and view our production vlogs and promotional material! - https://www.facebook.com/drymouththeatre

 
We'd love to see you there!

Jack

Comment by Matt Ball on July 10, 2014 at 12:57

The Spill festival are on the hunt for five new producers:

Are you a producer or organiser at the beginning of your career interested in supporting artists making experimental performance, sound, film, video, installation, new media / digital practices or activist actions, and living in the UK or Ireland? This is your chance to be part of SPILL.

In a brand new initiative, SPILL is looking for 5 New Producers to attend the National Platform in Ipswich in 2014 and then, alongside a number of producer specific training and development opportunities, to support 10 artists/companies selected from the National Platform through a one year period of joint professional development towards the SPILL National Showcase in London in 2015.

For more info click here

Comment by Alison John on July 10, 2014 at 12:06

Interesting talk from ‪#‎playARK2013‬, Nick Tandavanijt from Blast Theory talks about using technology to create new forms of performance

#‎performance‬ ‪#‎technology‬ ‪#‎interactive‬ ‪#‎theatre‬ ‪#‎digital‬

www.playark.co.uk

Nick Tandavanijt from yellobrick on Vimeo.

Comment by Terry Victor on July 9, 2014 at 14:57

If you are a creative co-producer with an appetite to meet an untapped audience then you are invited to put the 18th September in your diary…

 

NoTIONAL THEATRE is spending much of this summer engaged in R&D. The ACW-funded B*NNED project explores how the narrative, genre and artistic devices of comic books and graphic novels can be used in theatrical storytelling. It is aimed at both the reading and theatre-going marketplaces.

 

Mid-to-late afternoon on the 18th September at Chapter Arts we will be sharing the work-in-progress. We are hoping to meet someone with an enthusiasm for the project who might become an active part of the continuing adventure...  We’ll publish more info nearer the time but it won’t hurt to put it in your diary now.

Comment by Ben Tinniswood on July 7, 2014 at 12:19

Hello Producers (Said in the voice of Ronnie Corbett),

I'm on a mission, can you help?

I'm seeking an experienced Producer, looking to work with medium scale, site specific, new writing project

We have the project on the go in no- budget form at the moment. "What's the Time, Mr.Wolf?" is a darkly comic on man play will be showing next week as part of the Cardiff Comedy Festival.

The plan is to develop the show further after next week. This includes getting it funded & turned into a more site specific, multimedia event.

The show is on Mon 14th, Tues 15th & Thurs 17th at Porter's in Cardiff. For more details, please check the event details on this NTW site - What's on in Wales section.

There's also a facebook page for the project:http://www.facebook.com/TimeMrWolf

If it sparks your interest, please do get in touch with your questions etc via bentinniswood@gmail.com

It's a great play & I've got exciting ambitions for it. All I need now is a Producer to work with me on putting those ideas into action!

Cheers,

Ben

 

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