Dan Jones
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  • United Kingdom
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What I do:
Director / Assistant / Producer
A little more about me:
I am an Associate Director at The Other Room, in Porters, and also a Co-Artistic Director of Critical Ambition, Swansea.

I graduated from the University of Exeter with college commendation, and I Trained as a Director at The Other Room.

My Director credits include Constellation Street (The Other Room), The King is Dead Long Live the King [short], The Man, Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, Song from a Forgotten City (Critical Ambition); Love Will Tear Us Apart, Taxi, Tafwyl (Dirty Protest Theatre); Lungs, Polar Bears and Betrayal (The University of Exeter).

My Assistant/Associate Director credits include St Nicholas, The Dying of the Day, Alix in Wundergarten (The Other Room); All My Sons (Theatre Clwyd); King of the Sky (The Pontardawe Arts Centre); Artes Mundi Four, Dirty Aberystwyth (Dirty Protest).
Location:
Swansea / Cardiff / London
Projects I’m working on:
As an Assosiate Director at The Other Room I am constantly devloping ideas and building bridges within Cardiff and further afield. Please visit www.otherroomtheatre.com for more information on The Other Room.

Similarly, Critical Ambition are also looking to connect. Please Visit www.criticalambitiontheatre.co.uk for more information.
Personal Website/CV:
http://www.criticalambitiontheatre.co.uk
Twitter @username:
@DanAtticus

Dan Jones's Blog

New Welsh Theatre Company - Critical Ambition

Ambition Is Critical

Written by Rob Surman



When Critical Ambition, Swansea’s newest theatre company, unveil their inaugural production of James Graham’s The Man this month, it will be the culmination of a teenage ambition for performer…

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Posted on November 2, 2014 at 0:30

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At 15:28 on January 5, 2015, Edward Llewelyn said…

Hi Dan, I don't know why mate but, only got this comment now when I visited the NTW website. Sorry I missed it mate. How did it go & any plans to show it again? Sorry again I didn't make it. Ed

At 7:40 on November 10, 2014, Adam Somerset said…

Dan,thanks for the invitation. I am sorry that this is a busy week in my part of Wales, including the Secretary of State talking on  devolution, so I can't get to Swansea. It's a good choice. I've never seen a James Graham play- I missed "A History of Falling Things" a few years back- although did get to see "This House", but only on a screen. Good luck to the new company. 

At 21:02 on November 4, 2014, Edward Llewelyn said…

Hi Dan, thanks for the add. How you keeping? Just seen you're doing 'The Man' Congratulations mate. What time is it on in No Sign next week?

 
 
 

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