Welcome to the TEAM group! Keep a look out for the latest events/opportunities we're regularly posting up on the group. You may be interested in MonologueSlam, supported by NTW TEAM, happening next Monday (18th) - find out…"
Hide¹ vb. to keep out of sight; conceal from view. n. a shelter for watching wildlife. Hide² n. the skin of an animal Deborah Light, one of Wale’s most distinctive choreographers brings together three remarkable female performers Jo Fong, Eddie Ladd and Rosalind Haf Brooks.HIDE delves under the skin of its creators and audiences. Ranging from the subtle to the extreme, it uses layers of movement, image, sound and text to question ideas of appearance and identity. With disarming honesty the…See More
This year, NTW are heading to Edinburgh with Gagglebabble, WMC, Neontopia and August 012 and we want to know who else is coming!Comment on this group to let us know if you, your company, or a play you recommend is there. Be great to support all the Welsh companies heading up there!If you're thinking of going up to Edinburgh, take a look at their website to find out what's on: https://www.edfringe.com/Thanks!See More
National Theatre Connections 2014Ten new plays for young people to perform.Applications are now open. To apply click here Connections offers you a unique opportunity to produce one of ten plays especially written for young performers by leading playwrights and support to transfer to a leading regional theatre.This year the plays are angelic, dangerous, furtive, hilarious,…See More
We create thoughtful and progressive works that sit between theatre, circus and dance.Founders Bridie & James Doyle-Roberts formed Citrus Arts in Wales so we could collaborate with the best creatives we can find, in the spirit of 'Help Us to Help You'.See More
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
I am a dance artist and performance maker often working in cross disciplinary forms, collaborating with artists from various backgrounds and skill bases. I am performer and artistic collaborator with Cardiff Based Mary Bijou Cabaret, Artistic Associate of Moving Dust Dance Company, as well as running my own theatre, dance, performance and cabaret projects.
I trained as a choreographer and dancer at Laban (BA Dance Theatre), and as a Movement Director at the Central School of Speech and Drama (MA Movement Studies). I have Lectured on the BA Drama at Northampton University for a number of years, and Lectured on Movement Anatomy at the Acadamy of Live and Recorded Art. I have presented lecture performances at the Place- London, 2012 Psi conference- Leeds, Theatr Wred- Oldenburg, Milan University and Calcutta University, and have had writing in the first publication of The Swedish Dance History. I have taught with Cambridge University, Central St Martins, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Earthfall dance company, and internationally with Europian Live Art Network.
My movement direction work has included collaboration with Firenza Guidi making work in Italy, Wales, France and India. Other movement direction credits include Ellen McDougall (the Gate, London), Brave New Worlds (www.bnwtheatre.com.au), Give It a Name (Chapter, Cardiff), Blanche Macentire (Southwark Playhouse), Justin Audibert (The Gate). I have taught Movement Analysis on MA Character Animation at Central St. Martins and collaborated with award winning director Vicky Mather on a short film for Lulu Guinness.
London and Wales
Projects I’m working on:
I am currently making a double act, experimental-comedy-documentary-dance-drama with performance partner Lawrence speck. The show is based on our experiences in the Real Life Super Hero sub-culture. It has been supported by Battersea Arts Centre's Cook Up season, Camden Peoples Theatre's Starting Blocks, and Exciter's Bike Shed. It will premier in CPT in Oct in a double bill with Improbable Theatre.
Welcome to the TEAM group! Keep a look out for the latest events/opportunities we're regularly posting up on the group. You may be interested in MonologueSlam, supported by NTW TEAM, happening next Monday (18th) - find out more here
The next event to take part in is Workout, located in Cardiff on 31st May. This is an event to bring artists from different backgrounds, and disciplines together to collaborate on projects, and is an opportunity to meet other TEAM members. Find out more here.