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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' 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 Yvonne Murphy yesterday

Omidaze Productions are seeking a freelance part-time Project Manager for ongoing devlopment of our Education Work and Brand and a Freelance Lighting Designer/Production Manager for our forthcoming production of Richard III Details

Comment by Laura H Drane on Monday

Artist? Producer? Venue? Company? Come to  on Sat 11 Oct at Chapter 


Comment by Laura H Drane on September 16, 2014 at 14:07

BOOK NOW for Producers Place on Sat 11 Oct, 11-5 at Chapter. Info here:

Comment by Simon Coates on September 15, 2014 at 12:59

Introducing new WalesLab projects and Emerging Producers

Hi Everyone - have a look at my recent blog post to find out about the latest WalesLab projects. I also announce the new (and first ever) Emerging Producers. Take a look here.

If you are thinking about applying to WalesLab, now is a great time to send in your submission. There is a deadline approaching - midday 26th Sep

Comment by Laura H Drane on September 15, 2014 at 12:22

SAVE THE DATE - next Producers Place will be Sat 11 Oct  at Chapter and will have surgeries, a panel and inspiring keynote. Details soon!

Comment by Paul Evans on September 15, 2014 at 10:59

Thank you for re-posting Laura! I'm not up to speed with how to reach people on this network to be honest. Kind regards Paul

Comment by Laura H Drane on September 15, 2014 at 9:32
Comment by Laura H Drane on September 2, 2014 at 8:08

Producers Place Post-Fringe Social

Catch up, debrief and general get together

We hope you have all had enjoyable and productive summers and now that the August madness is over we would like to invite you to a join us for a Producers Place social.

We're extending a hand to all of you and the gang from Wales in Edinburgh to get together for general chin wagging and drinking at Porters on Mon 8th September. We'll be there from 7.30pm in the cinema space.

Porters, Harlech Court, Bute Terrace, Cardiff

Hope to catch up with you then. Laura Drane, Simon Harris, Deborah Keyser, Simon Coates, Kate Perridge, John Williams, Matt Ball, Olivia Harris and Emma Evans - the Producers Place Steering Group

Comment by Ray Thomas on August 26, 2014 at 10:32

Hi, Producers - A REMINDER!

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:

Comment by Laura H Drane on August 26, 2014 at 9:16

Anyone fancy a post-fringe drink? A weekday after work/ evening thing to get together, debrief and socialise? 


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