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Comment by Jaye L Swift on March 15, 2012 at 9:00

Hi Matt


I'm off to Birmingham for the weekend that Friday morning, I do hope there will be another opportunity.



Comment by carmen medway-stephens on March 14, 2012 at 18:20

HI Matt, is there going to be another one at some point please?

Comment by Matt Ball on March 14, 2012 at 13:47

If you are interested in applying for Wales Drama Award there is the opportunity to meet Kate Rowland, Creative Director of BBC Writersroom and members of BBC Cymru Wales Drama and National Theatre Wales for:

BBC Drama Wales Award Workshop -Cardiff

This Friday 16th March at 16.45pm – 18.00pm

Sherman Theatre, Senghennydd Place, Cardiff, South Glamorgan CF24 4YE

Please reserve your place ASAP by emailing subject ‘BBC Wales Drama Award – Sherman Theatre’


Comment by National Theatre Wales on March 13, 2012 at 23:18

Hope you all got a chance to read up on the Wales Drama Award.  As I talk about in the blog announcing the award this initiative is very much inspired by the discussions in this group.  It's only one of the things we hope to do to support and inspire writers over the coming years - but it's an important one:  an award not limited to emerging writers, or any other particular group, where everyone's on an even footing, and everyone has a chance to win.  I hope also that writers who may not win will nonetheless be spotted by the BBC and NTW through the award.  Do give it a shot!

Comment by Terry Victor on March 13, 2012 at 12:37

Urgently looking for as many actors and writers and other creative types who can commit half an hour for an instant performance at the Sherman Theatre next Tuesday evening. The event is part of a worldwide reading of a poem by Liu Xiaobo, the Chinese poet and Nobel Peace Prize winner who is currently imprisoned. As many actors as possible - the more the mightier. Reply here or e: ASAP. Ta TVx

Comment by Greg Cullen on March 12, 2012 at 23:29

"Muscle" the Herald Angel Award winning production (Edinburgh Festival 2011) opens at The Sherman on this Wednesday night through to Saturday night. This revamped version with some new stories, characters, actors, animation and visuals promises to be a even better experience. so do come along and have a night of great stories, dance and theatre.

Comment by Matt Ball on March 12, 2012 at 15:09

If you want to know more about the exciting announcement John trailed see his blog here or go to this page on our website.

Comment by Adam Somerset on March 12, 2012 at 11:07

Re: "At 3pm today we'll be making a very exciting announcement for writers in Wales"- three cheers.  


I know it’s a theatre site but there was a comment last year about television drama. Highly recommendable shows on a Saturday night at both Chapter & New Theatre but the contributor was staying at home to see “the Killing”.


No theatre on a Sunday anyhow- any writers watching “Homeland”?  

Comment by Greg Cullen on March 12, 2012 at 10:38

The Landed Festival (May 5th -6th) in the beautiful Wye Valley near Rhayader is in its second year, having secured a ten year licence. This year they are running a performance tent with a proper auditorium and facilities.  They are looking for people who wish to perform theatre, circus, comedy or who have made short films and would like them shown.  There are no fees, but expect expenses and a great weekend.

Comment by carmen medway-stephens on March 12, 2012 at 9:55

Can't wait, very interesting,


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