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Access Forum

The Access Forum is, in it's physical form, a quarterly meeting for arts organisations, individuals, audience members, freelancers, creators, makers and everyone in between to get together and talk about access.On this group, we'll be sharing what we discuss at those meetings, the ideas we have, and any thoughts you might have on access.We're aiming to make everything we do more accessible to more people, and to share everything we do to help each other.See More
Mar 26
Chelsey Gillard is attending Jacob Gough's event

Fforwm Mynediad - Access Forum at Preseli Room, Wales Millenium Centre

March 26, 2018 from 6pm to 8pm
Mae’r fforwm mynediad nesaf yma. Y dyddiad fydd dydd Llun 26 Mawrth am 6pm yn Ystafell Preseli yng Nghanolfan Mileniwm Cymru, Bae Caerdydd.Bydd y fforwm mewn dwy ran. Bydd y gyntaf yn gyfle i gwmnïau rannu’r hyn y maent wedi’i wneud yn 2017 i wella mynediad i’w sioeau, digwyddiadau a’u cwmni; a hefyd i Gelfyddydau Anabledd Cymru roi eu barn ar sut mae’r sector yn cyflawni.Bydd yr ail ran yn trafod nodau ac amcanion y dyfodol, sut y gall y fforwm mynediad chwarae rhan yn y rhain a sut y gallai…See More
Mar 20

Profile Information

What I do:
Theatre Director
A little more about me:
Founder and co-artistic director - PowderHouse
A devising theatre company making work in the national languages of Wales that explores Wales's relationship to the rest of the world.

Artistic Director - Graphic
Graphic is new theatre company that creates performances inspired by visual source material including, but not limited to graphic novels, comics and sequential art.
Recently - My Name is Rachel Corrie at The Other Room
Projects I’m working on:
Saethu Cwningod / Shooting Rabbits - in devlopment with PowderHouse, Sherman Theatre and Theatr Genedleathol

Glas – new play by Rhys Warrington - Chippy Lane Productions

[BLANK] by Alice Birch – Nation Theatre Connections at Sherman Theatre

Third year show with students at University of Wales Trinity Saint Davids.
Twitter @username:

Chelsey Gillard's Blog

Season Scandinavia Part 2 (Featuring Brad Pitt)

Me again!

Throughout this week I've been lucky enough to assist Kay Michael of Empty Deck during their R&D of Cosmic Fear or the Day Brad Pitt got Paranoia.

It's been a wonderful week working on a really cracking script. To celebrate we will be sharing a scratch performance tomorrow at The Other Room and it would be ace to see some of you there. NTW TEAM members look on the group page to get a special ticket offer and then book your tickets…


Posted on October 29, 2015 at 21:19

Season Scandanavia

Hello all,

Just want to let you know about some exiting projects that are happening as part of Empty Deck's Season Scandanavia. The Peter Brook Award nominated theatre company are presenting rehearsed readings of some of the best contemporary European work - something certainly not often seen in South Wales. And for those of you who are NTW TEAM members look out for an exclusive ticket offer heading your way!




Posted on October 21, 2015 at 14:32 — 1 Comment

An Open Letter To Artists Throughout Wales

Yesterday I attended and spoke at the Arts Freedom Wales Symposium at Chapter Arts Centre. The central theme was ‘Is Wales enjoying its right to artistic freedom of expression?’

The afternoon allowed various people to deliver 3 minute presentations about issues allowing or inhibiting their right to artistic freedom of expression. The topics covered were vast and important – too much to fully cover in one afternoon. The opening speech was made by Meltem Arikan, a Turkish…

Posted on November 28, 2014 at 13:00 — 4 Comments

Young Critic's Preview - Belonging

Preview: Belonging


Chapter Arts Centre


Twice nominated for the Theatre Critic’s of Wales Awards, life story theatre company Re-Live are returning to the stage with a new agenda – to start the conversation about dementia.


Dementia affects over 800,000 people in the UK yet, like many mental illnesses, it still carries stigma. It has become a taboo subject, something best left behind closed doors. Re-Live want to break…


Posted on April 28, 2014 at 19:42

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At 15:46 on March 15, 2011, Rachel Williams said…

Hey Chels!


Found these guys whilst nosing round the web, thought you might like to have a look.



At 17:40 on January 4, 2011, Catherine Paskell said…
Welcome to New Critics group, Chelsey! x
At 19:27 on December 13, 2010, Catherine Paskell said…

Hi Chelsey Congrats on all your great writing and insightful reviews. I think it would be brilliant if you joined our "New Critics" group on here. Click on GROUPS and then click on the group called NEW CRITICS. I'm looking for ways to reinvigorate the group and get people taking and you guys, the Bridgend Young Critics, are exactly what the group needs - people with excellent experience and reviews! Let me know what you think. Thanks x


At 19:07 on December 10, 2010, Victoria John said…

Hi Chelsey! Thanks for a lovely review! Keep in touch! xxx

At 17:40 on October 4, 2010, Guy O'Donnell said…
Hi Chelsey

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