Darius Nash
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  • Tonypandy
  • United Kingdom
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  • Spilt Milk Theatre
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  • Linda Slade
  • Jack William Collins
  • Semele Xerri
  • Showroom Aberystwyth
  • Wyeside Arts Centre
  • Ian Yeoman
  • Andrew Sterry
  • The Living Willow Theatre
  • Kama Roberts
  • Louise Osborn
  • Nathan Keates
  • Greg Cullen

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Mid Wales theatre practitioners

I often find myself feeling artistically isolated in mid Wales, with Cardiff generally being my point of call. I am interested in building networks with other mid Wales theatre practitioners and finding out who is out there. So it would be great to connect with anyone either living and working in mid Wales or with some kind of investment in the area. let us know who you are and what you do and then lets connect, see each others work and support one another. See More
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What I do:
Performer, Creator, Musician, Workshop Leader, Collaborator, Actor, Director
A little more about me:
Performer and all round creative, currently living in South Wales. www.dariusnash.com

Co-founder of BardsBarter Theatre Company (www.bardsbarter.com)and a member of Nose2nose (www.nose2nose.org). I have also worked with Shakespeare link theatre (www.shakespearelink.co.uk) and theatr Iolo.

I have extensive experience working with schools, SEN, youth and community groups on theatre and arts projects, leading workshops and facilitating creative expression in the UK and around the world.

In 2013 I graduated with first class honors in BA Theatre Performance from Falmouth University.

Have been known to throw the odd Frisbee.

http://www.spotlight.com/3491-0169-7512
Location:
South Wales
Projects I’m working on:
Currently working on:

N2N No 4th Wall tour - a Nose2Nose tour of Asia leading No 4th Wall workshops for international schools on the theme of Diversity. The workshops are a mix of devised theatre, music, clowning, improv and audience manipulation.

Stories for the Silver Tree-
Working with storyteller and musician Tamar Eluned Williams on a modern storytelling show that tells the story of Brans journey. One that means standing up for herself, forming strong friendships and making plenty of mistakes along the way, all in the search to find her place in the world.

Using story, song and sawing we follow Bran through towns and cities, down long roads through dark forests and beyond, as
she encounters many people who seeks to exploit or corrupt her.
Can she learn to stand on her own two feet?
Can she find wisdom in the people she meets?
Can she find a home in an unfamiliar world?
And what is up with those silver trees?

Hiraeth - a one man devised performance that explores the relationship between travel and home life through an eclectic mix of music, improv, movement and storytelling.

Hamish and Bob - a short film about a young teenage boy trying to get to grips with society and his talking dog.
Personal Website/CV:
http://dariusnash.com
Twitter @username:
@darius_nash

Darius Nash's Blog

Stories for the Silver Tree

On Wednesday 1st March, Darius Nash and Tamar Eluned Williams will be presenting developmental showing of Stories for the Silver Tree as part of the…

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Posted on February 23, 2017 at 20:34

Overcoming Disappointment with Moneyless Movements

It is a major factor in the creative industry that we spend hours upon hours developing ideas, calculating budgets and practical necessities and then writing up proposals, only to discover 'there was such a high quality of applicants'. 

Not this time,…
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Posted on June 8, 2016 at 11:30 — 2 Comments

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