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BEE RICHARDS joined National Theatre Wales's group
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Creatives

An Official National Theatre Wales GroupDirectors, designers, choreographers, composers, production people... A group for everyone who is interested in Creative Production at National Theatre Wales.See More
Mar 30, 2016
BEE RICHARDS commented on Matt Ball's group WalesLab
"I think there is a need for paying attention to new writing, actors and people of all talents in the regions of Wales.  All age groups should be included.  There are municipal theatres with the usual pop groups, comedians mediums etc.,…"
Mar 24, 2016
BEE RICHARDS commented on Matt Ball's group WalesLab
"I really would like to see more workshops held on a regional basis.  On writing, organisational skills, producing drama and getting generally involved with the local community.  As a TEAM member I will be shortly organising a new…"
Mar 24, 2016
BEE RICHARDS left a comment for Jen Thornton
"Hello there, just recovering after a very long illness.  Do you still meet in Pyle or is it now somewhere else.  Would love to attend - almost anywhere.  Best wishes Bee Richards"
Mar 23, 2016
BEE RICHARDS joined Matt Ball's group
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WalesLab

WalesLab is no longer receiving submission. This page is an archive and a place for dicussion on previous WaleSLab projects.If you'd like to get in touch with someone about WalesLab, please contact Simon Coates, Creative Associate. For more info on the projects we've supported you can see the links on the right hand side. You can join the group to be kept up to date about projects as they continue to change and to see notifications of future opportunities.See More
Mar 23, 2016
BEE RICHARDS is attending National Theatre Wales's event
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The Big Democracy Project: The Senedd at Cardiff Bay

March 19, 2016 from 12pm to 9:30pm
War, Debt, Education, Austerity, Immigration, Colonisation... We are living in turbulent times, an age of transition where the established structures are buckling. Throughout the world there seems to be an air of discontentment. To celebrate the end of the first phase of the Big Democracy Project (BDP), National Theatre Wales will be taking over the National Assembly for Wales’ Senedd and the Pierhead, Cardiff Bay, for a day of political performance and debate focusing on answering this…See More
Mar 8, 2016
Laura Fay Thomas commented on BEE RICHARDS's blog post STORIES OF THE STREETS
"Hi Beryl, So glad you could join us, was great to see you there! I'll send an email now with Kelly and Tom so we can discuss Stories of the Streets in Swansea! All the best, Laura x"
Feb 1, 2016
BEE RICHARDS posted a blog post

STORIES OF THE STREETS

Hi there, thought the performance was amazing.  Came from Swansea, Port Talbot and Pontardawe to see it.  We had to go early because of the travel distance involved.  Hope to start this in Swansea.  I would welcome a dialogue with the teams members involved.  Can travel to Cardiff or discuss it by email.  Please can someone contact me.   Best wishes.............   Bee RichardsSee More
Jan 31, 2016
BEE RICHARDS joined Ellie Carter's group
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Dirty Protest

Dirty Protest are dedicated to producing, developing and promoting new writing and the writers of Wales. We create exciting inclusive new theatre experiences to thrill audiences and extend the reach of new writing across Wales. We put gigs on in pubs, kebab shops, forests...We are currently touring Katherine Chandler's award-winning play Parallel Lines to theatres across Wales. Dirty Protest are Matthew Bulgo, Ellie Carter, Claire Hill, Catherine Paskell & Tim Price.  See More
Jan 16, 2016
BEE RICHARDS left a comment for rachael boulton
"hello rachel, I have the synopsis, the characters and the scenes of a play written. Not started on the script yet.  Best wishes Bee Richards"
Dec 1, 2015
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Writers

An Official National Theatre Wales GroupWriters who want to be part of National Theatre Wales, share ideas, get feedback from each other, and hear about opportunitiesSee More
Nov 26, 2015
BEE RICHARDS is attending Gavin Porter's event

The Peoples Think Tank at National Theatre Wales, 30 Castle Arcade

April 4, 2015 from 12pm to 2pm
Everybody is welcome to join us on 4th April, 12 noon, at NTW offices, where we will talk about what the PTT can/should become and who should be involved, what else is happening in Wales and beyond and what we would like to achieve. Here is a little more about the PTT: The People’s Think Tank is an interdisciplinary group of problem-solvers; artists, NTW TEAM members, members of the communities of WalesThe Think Tank’s aims are to:give a collective voice for the people of Wales, around issues…See More
Mar 19, 2015
Josh alan Trask replied to BEE RICHARDS's discussion re "Outing" in the group Crouch, Touch, Pause, Engage
"It is interesting the language you used here Bee. "Outing" is a something LGBT need to do throughout their lives as it is still today not seen as a pretended family relationship, regardless of all the gained equal rights over the past…"
Feb 11, 2015
BEE RICHARDS shared Rhian Lewis's group on Facebook
Dec 18, 2014
BEE RICHARDS added a discussion to the group Crouch, Touch, Pause, Engage
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re "Outing"

I don't think anyone with different sexual preferences should be victimised.  Provided it takes place among consenting adults.  Children and young people must be protected by law against sexual predators.See More
Dec 14, 2014
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Crouch, Touch, Pause, Engage

19 February - 28 MarchSheman Theatre, Cardiff | Aberystwyth Arts Centre | Pontio presents @ Neuadd Ogwen | Coliseum Theatre, Aberdare | Sony Theatre, Bridgend College CROUCH, TOUCH, PAUSE, ENGAGE National Theatre Wales, Out of Joint & Arcola Theatre with Sherman Cymru  Written by Robin Soans Directed by Max Stafford-ClarkOpening at Sherman Theatre, CardiffClick here for tour dates across Wales and England“I was…See More
Dec 14, 2014

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What I do:
I WRITE NON FICTION, FICTION AND I AM INTERESTED IN SCRIPTWRITING
A little more about me:
cURRENTLY I AM ATTENDING A SCRIPTWRITING CLASS AT BRIDGEND COLLEGE
Location:
PORT TALBOT
Projects I’m working on:
I HAVE JUST FINISHED WRITING A NOVEL ON THE WELSH COPPER INDUSTRY, BASED IN WALES AND AMERICA. IS WITH THE PUBLISHER. I AM HALF WAY THROUGH MY SECOND NOVEL/GHOST? SUPERNATURAL? HISTORICAL? NOVEL. WHICH IS SET IN MEDIEVIL WALES
THE SCRIPT WHICH I INTEND TO WRITE IS A GAY GHOST STORY

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STORIES OF THE STREETS

Hi there, thought the performance was amazing.  Came from Swansea, Port Talbot and Pontardawe to see it.  We had to go early because of the travel distance involved.  Hope to start this in Swansea.  I would welcome a dialogue with the teams members involved.  Can travel to Cardiff or discuss it by email.  Please can someone contact me.   Best wishes.............   Bee Richards

Posted on January 31, 2016 at 20:00 — 1 Comment

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At 18:00 on February 9, 2012, Harriet Hopkins said…

Hi Bee,

Glad to hear you're interested in joining Scribblers!

The group runs once a month, for around 2 hours (sometimes more,
depending on turnout, how much people have brought with them to read,
and the discussions that follow a reading). We're currently meeting in
Pyle Life Centre (if you need directions, let me know...), where the
Manager has been kind enough to let us use a comfy room for the
evening! There's no charge for the group, and as I mentioned in my
blog, we'll be becoming more of an 'arts collective' hopefully in the
next month, and should be holding meetings in Bauhaus in Bridgend.

If you want to attend the next meeting, and would like to write to the
set themes, they are:

Complaints

Write about your worst habit

 

For those who don't like reading aloud, or would rather hear their work to listen out for opportunities to edit, many people are happy to read others’ writing. Similarly, if you don’t want to read something of your own aloud during the first session, or don’t know what to bring, we’re always open to hearing snippets of writing you admire, by published authors.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Hope to see you in Pyle LC on 17th February, at 6pm.

 

Harriet

At 12:09 on January 23, 2012, Jen Thornton said…

Hi Bee, 

Welcome to the Community! It's great to see you here. 

Have a look around and get stuck in. A good place to start is by joining a group of similar people. I recommend checking out the Writers Group (which is looked after by John McGrath, Artistic Director). 

You can also Write a Blog Post to update the Community, or start a discussion, or see what's on and add your own events in the What's On section

As usual it's best to just dive in but if you have any questions, do give me a shout. 

Jen

 
 
 

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