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Stiwdio Weston Studio

The Weston is the cutting edge of Cardiff's theatre scene offering the very best in small scale performance.

Website: http://www.wmc.org.uk/westonstudio
Location: Cardiff
Members: 119
Latest Activity: Nov 5, 2013

If you’ve been to the Weston Studio before, you’ll know what a great space it is to get up close and personal with great theatre. If you haven’t tried out the Weston yet, make now the time to experience the very best in small scale theatre for yourself - and at great value too.

Ticket prices for Weston Studio range from £8 to £12 according to the popularity of each performance, so by booking early you will pay the lowest price.

First 30 tickets sold: £8
The next 30 seats: £10
All remaining seats: £12
Tickets on the day of the performance: £12

You can also pay the lowest rate of £8 at any point in time if you book 3 shows at once. All shows are unreserved seating so arrive early to secure the best seats.

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PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITY

Started by Daniel O'Gorman Jun 20, 2012.

New Weston ticket pricing... 4 Replies

Started by Gareth Lloyd Roberts. Last reply by Michael Kelligan Nov 19, 2009.

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Comment by Daniel O'Gorman on June 20, 2012 at 11:19

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Mercury Artist Management is partnered, for 6months of the year with Wales' Biggest Talent Competition: Cardiff's Got Talent.
It is now looking for those to sign up to work for it for period of time (experience depending) to help produce, tech, scout and manage some of the hottest new and emerging artists in entertainment, theatre and music.

If you are interested, please email your CV to: rowbyrow@hotmail.co.uk

Comment by Sarah Gilbert on April 11, 2012 at 15:25

Hello all,

Here's a quick update of just a few of the productions coming up in the Weston Studio.

Once In A House On Fire by Monkeywood Theatre will be with us on 24 April. 

In a rainy world of poverty, violence, packing up and moving on, Andy and her sisters escape through stories, games and dreams of a ‘happy family’. But with each new start ending faster than the last, their hopes are stubbed out along with their mum’s cigarettes. As Andy gets older and a new life beckons, she knows her escape will come at a cost.

www.monkeywoodtheatre.co.uk

Then on 25 April So & So Circus Theatre will perform Backgammon for Beginners. 

November 1976. A military jet arrives in London and a bemused looking Iranian man steps on to the tarmac. He has smuggled in the last of his opium supply and brings with him a complicated past.

Fusing drama, breath-taking acrobatics, live music and puppetry, So & So Circus Theatre tell the true story of this extraordinary man.

www.soandsocircus.com

For the full line up of what's happening in the Weston Studio over the coming months click here.

Hope to see you there soon!

Comment by Simon Coates on August 5, 2010 at 10:20

Stiwdio Weston Studio invites back Inc'ling for August 2010.
An opportunity for brand new performance ideas to be developed and tested on stage.

Sat 14 August 2010 at 8pm | FREE but ticketed: 029 2063 6464

See event 'Inc'ling 2010' for more details
Comment by Gareth Lloyd Roberts on June 18, 2010 at 8:14
{Blysh} 16 - 25 July: A Festival of carnival & vaudeville entertainment

Comment by Gareth Lloyd Roberts on April 20, 2010 at 14:53


Something a little different this bank holiday weekend...

Comment by Gareth Lloyd Roberts on February 16, 2010 at 16:25
The new Weston Season brochure has arrived and we think it looks rather good:

www.wmc.org.uk/temp/WestonStudioSpringSeason2010.pdf
Comment by Victoria John on November 19, 2009 at 11:17
A huge thank you to you and Louise from us all at Velvet Ensemble. We had an amazing experience in our Incubator and are so thrilled with the response and feedback we received from our piece. Next step - debrief and find funding! Vxx
Comment by Gareth Lloyd Roberts on November 19, 2009 at 11:09
Just a quick thank you to all our Incubator Project groups... We hope you achieved what you set out to, the feedback has been superb and very constructive. It was great having you here guys!
Comment by Gareth Lloyd Roberts on November 19, 2009 at 11:06
How Green Was My Valley
Sat 28 Nov | 8pm

Critics Circle Award winning company Independent Ballet Wales present a breathtaking version of one of Wales' best known stories.

Based on the bestselling novel by Richard Llewellyn - an Oscar winning film and an authentic BBC Wales television series - this outstanding new production features choreography from Creative Wales Award winner Darius James and some of the best young dancers in Europe. MacMillan Young Composer of the Year Thomas Hewitt Jones provides an atmospheric and stunning new commissioned score. And to cap a truly memorable collaborative experience - The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama have worked with the company to produce innovative and vivid sets and costumes. With remarkable classical dancers and expansive choreography this production is the most thrilling and entertaining dance event of the year.

Comment by James Doyle-Roberts on November 15, 2009 at 22:40
Gareth. Thank you once again for the fantastic & creative we had this last week in Weston. The support that the Incubator project gives to developing performing arts in South Wales sends out such a positive message about WMC's commitment to it's surrounding artistic community.

Please pass on our thanks & respect to Ben and Scott who have such a great attitude to their work.
James & Bridie (Citrus Arts).
 

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