Amelia Forsbrook
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  • United Kingdom
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What I do:
I talk about the arts as much as I can... to anyone who'll listen
A little more about me:
I'm involved in a variety of positions in this crazy little industry but they all largely boil down to discussing my favourite thing in detail. I think we're so lucky to have this community where we can all keep in touch and share our work and knowledge. I love how networks and the internet allow us to develop relationships... A few months after I followed NDC Wales on Twitter, I was following them around India.
Location:
London
Projects I’m working on:
At the moment, I'm focusing on developing my voice as an arts writer and, since moving to London at the start of the year, have developed my knowledge of fringe theatre as an Off West End assessor. I'm particularly interested in emerging and community theatre and am excited to see which directions these branches of the industry will lead us in the future.
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Amelia Forsbrook's Blog

iPads, Squashed Tomatoes and Justin Timberlake... just another day in Edinburgh

… it turns out Lyn Gardner's recommendations are really worth something. My last day in Edinburgh was spent participating in Alma Mater and viewing I Hope My Heart Goes First. What a wonderful way to end my time at the Fringe.

Alma Mater ★★★ is a one-person journey into a child's imagination, powered by an iPad. Looking at the video on the tablet as you would the…

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Posted on August 11, 2011 at 16:52

Paper Boats, Booby-Trapped Umbrellas and a Pile of Old Wardrobes... just another day in Edinburgh

If it is true that 'nothing succeeds like excess', then Brent and I have had a very successful few days indeed. Seeing up to six shows a day as well as a far from quantifiable load of street theatre, we've absolutely binged on the stuff... and I'm starting to feel a little full. While I'm still enjoying myself to the core, it must be said that it's starting to take a lot to impress me. Beware, Cardiff. I'm going to be a much less forgiving critic when I return.…

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Posted on August 10, 2011 at 16:16

Picturebooks, clowns and brain dissection... just another day in Edinburgh

Any day that begins with a special, personalised performance of a delightful children's tale is already set to be spectacular. And this is what we had on Monday as we popped along to The Incredible Book Eating Boy ★★★★. Although billed as kid's theatre, this…

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Posted on August 9, 2011 at 13:05

Puberty, fishnets and princes... just another day in Edinburgh

I should tell you straight away: I'm not a fan of musicals. However, there is something very alluring about Spring Awakening - something that moves far, far away from jazz hands, chihuahuas and black canes. Telling the tale of a group of adolescences struggling to gain knowledge of their sexualities and their worlds, the piece is a dark and appealing fable about growing up and knowledge. In Gordonstoun School's…

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Posted on August 8, 2011 at 11:30

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At 16:40 on May 14, 2012, jem treays said…
Hello Amelia
My name is Jem Treays ( I've got a profile on the ntw website), Adam Somerset suggested I contact you as I am trying to get someone to review Run Raggeds new dance theatre show Out of the Box (www.runraggedproductions.co.uk). I know it's a little late in the day as we have only two shows left: one tomorrow night (Tuesday) at 6pm at Blackwood and one on Saturday at 2pm in the Muni at Pontypridd. We are still very keen to get a critical review (for the theatre in Wales website perhaps?). We think the show is interesting layered and a little bit different to the usual fare but would love to get your view. If you were interested we could pay your travel, buy you a drink and obviously a comp ticket. I hope that it will be of interest to you but if your busy no worries. All the best. Cheers. Jem
At 13:04 on February 8, 2012, HASSAN PANERO said…

Amelia i swear you are always in the sunnier part of the heart lool on Friday your name was No. 1 as it came to invites, so many things happened at once, i forgot sorry. but definetly i need to make it up to you or should i say the De gabay got some reconciling to do. hope you good and wish you all the finest. Panero

At 13:33 on October 19, 2011, Emma MacNab said…
Thank Amelia. Yeah I was really hoping to come and see Sparks and catch up with you all. Was strange knowing Empty Pocket was doing something and not being able to be there! Was it amazing? I bet it was!
At 15:39 on October 17, 2011, Emma MacNab said…

Hi Amelia,

 

How are you? I was wondering if you could give me a little info on whats involved in being in a NTW Team? I'm wanting to get a bit more involved.

 

Hope your life is full of sunshine and sparkles.

 

Emma

At 7:52 on June 2, 2011, Sarah Jones said…

Hi Amelia

 

We have a few places left. What is your phone number and email address? Do you have any questions about the course?

 

Be great to have you on board,

 

Sarah Jones

Artistic Director

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At 0:27 on March 30, 2011, Kelly Page said…
Amelia, sorry I missed you in the office today. Am in most days except Monday's if you want to catch up. Really intrigued how your blog is going :-) Smiles Kelly
At 22:30 on January 15, 2011, Rachel Williams said…

 

Hi Amelia,

Thank you for the compliment about my writing. I'm looking for anything really, its all experience and learning. A preview would be fantastic if there was an opportunity for one.

 

Great to hear from you,

Best wishes,  

Rachel

At 1:30 on January 11, 2011, Jamie Daniel Lee said…

Hi,

 

Great - no problem! I'll be ready with all the information you need about the show!

 

At 20:02 on November 28, 2010, Alan Humphreys said…
Great, hopefully see you Thursday evening then!
It's at the Gate Theatre, Roath, 7pm start :)
At 11:45 on November 27, 2010, Alan Humphreys said…
Hello!
No worries, it's going well thanks. We'd love you to come on Thursday night this week if you're still up for reviewing it?
Cheers
 
 
 

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