ShellShock are a theatre company based in Swansea. We create original theatrical experiences and performances which aim to entertain and question in equal measure.
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A CALL OUT FOR ARTIST FROM
Elysium Artspaces and ShellShock Theatre ...
THE END IS BY YUR
Calling all low-down-dirty-sinners & butter-wouldn't-melt-winners!
elysium gallery & ShellShock seek acts and arts, both heavenly and diabolical, to transform elysium gallery into an immersive experience of the afterlife; an exhibition and a month long series of events to explore every corner of heaven and delve into the deepest depths of the underworld to playfully examine notions of the afterlife....
THE END IS BY YUR will open with an evening of immersive performances, and will continue to host a series of events and performances in the gallery and round Swansea City Centre throughout March 2017.
We encourage applications / submissions from inquiring minds and souls from any artistic discipline.
We would especially like to make contact with artists from diverse religious and philosophical persuasions in the spirit of mutual exploration of these themes of grave importance.
Opening March 3rd and running until the March 31st.
Please submit up to 500 words telling us about you, your practice and your reaction to the THE END IS BY YUR. Please include pictures and/or videos if you feel they will support your application.
If you are a performer please send details of your availability for the opening event on the 3rd and the remaining dates in March.
Contact: Jonathan Powell, Stephen Donnellyemail: email@example.com
we've got a new ShellShock Theatre page on facebook; http://www.facebook.com/pages/ShellShock-Theatre/209900365725316?v=...
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FREE FILM MAKING WORKSHOPS in SWANSEA!
If anybody is interested in learning how to shoot and edit your own film One People Productions are starting a new round of their free film making workshops this Tuesday (3rd May). The project guides you through the process of making a film, from storyboarding, filming to editing and also the possibility of having your film featured on swanseatelly.com
The first session will be in The Environment Centre (click here for directions) on Tuesday(3rd May) from 5-8pm and will run for the next few weeks. It's a very relaxed, enjoyable course and all equipment is provided. Feel free to get in touch if you would like to take part or for more details.
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