September 21, 2015 at 7:30pm to October 3, 2015 at 7am
National Theatre Wales in association with FfwrnesILIAD21 September/Medi - 3 October/Hydref 2015A theatrical staging of Christopher Logue's War MusicDirectors Mike Pearson & Mike Brookes“In the beginning there was no Beginning,And in the end, no End…” Mike Pearson and Mike Brookes, celebrated for their large-scale interpretations of The Persians and Coriolanus with NTW, will bring their trademark vision to this multimedia staging of the last weeks of the Trojan War.There are four, separate…See More
Please join us for the launch of our residency in Castell Coch! This event will showcase how John Abell and Lauren Heckler have responded to their three months as artist in residence in this fantastic monument. Free entry!See More
"Hi Lauren. Welcome to the National Theatre Wales Community!
Your work sounds really interesting and it would be great to add a link to a portfolio if you have one. I certainly understand to desire to learn new skills and ideas - I tend to find…"
A Japanese master of art once told me, 'you are a very greedy artist'. At first I thought that this was a misunderstanding in translation, but upon reflection I realised the truth in his statement. I am constantly wanting to expand my practice, learn new skills and explore new ideas.
Projects I’m working on:
Co-curator of NoFitstate Circus' archive exhibition, 'Circus Stories'. This is in celebration of their 30 year anniversary. 12th - 23rd December 2015.
Artist in Residence at Castell Coch April - July 2015.
Hi Lauren. Welcome to the National Theatre Wales Community!
Your work sounds really interesting and it would be great to add a link to a portfolio if you have one. I certainly understand to desire to learn new skills and ideas - I tend to find myself that wanting to get better at one thing leads to me learning something completely new about something else.
Whilst you're with us here, there's plenty to get involved with. Joining groups and posting/reading blogs is usually the best place to start.