This is the first time that I have attempted to produce two shows at the same time. It has its own challenges.
Hard Times is - obviously - a show on a larger scale than Bells of Santiago (which is ironic in itself, as its charm is its seeming off the cuff theatricality) but even then it has been great just getting people together.
Since last we posted, we have got our team of creatives together, we have cast the show, we have printed the posters and are putting the finishing…Continue
Posted on September 1, 2017 at 13:54
We are approaching the end of the first week and it is amazing how much work this bunch have got through already.
It is a little odd for me as it is the first time I have not been 'in' one of our schools' projects; when I'm in the room, I'm desperate to get involved but am also shocked by how much appears to get done when I'm not around!...is there a reason for this...
A weekend to let things bed in beckons.
Well done team. Adrian x
Posted on September 1, 2017 at 13:42
Posted on August 29, 2017 at 12:44
In conjunction with Swansea Arts and Education, The Swansea Festival and The Welfare in Ystradgynlais, we are working on a new theatre piece aimed at Key Stage Two pupils charting the history of the famous Bells of Santiago - brought to Swansea after tragedy in 1863 and returned after tragedy in 2011. This is a new piece in our continued relationship with Swansea's Theatre-In-Education Programme. As well as a public performance in The Welfare, we will be visiting Pontlliw, The Hafod,…Continue
Posted on August 29, 2017 at 12:42