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Watch us harness the female energy of National Theatre Wales' most powerful women...

Greetings!Since our last post we have been incredibly busy harnessing female energy as part of the ritual we will be doing for our Greenman show. Two of the most powerful ladies at National Theatre Wales, Executive Producer Lisa Maguire and Vice-Chair of the Board Gemma McAvoy kindly agreed to be interviewed by us. Little did they know what we (mainly Llinos) had in store for them...Here we are chatting with Lisa Maguire…See More
Aug 13, 2014
Llinos Mai and Hannah McPake commented on Rhian Lewis's group Green Man//Red Woman
"Check out this video of NTW Executive Producer Lisa Maguire being interviewed by us:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmhcZNGL-Sg. If only Beyonce was at Greenman eh Lisa?! Oh and thanks for the female energy! Llinos and Hannah x"
Aug 12, 2014
Llinos Mai and Hannah McPake commented on Llinos Mai and Hannah McPake's blog post Pies Glorious Pies
"Thanks John. Hope you made it with the 45 chillies recommended! Llinos and Hannah x"
Aug 4, 2014
National Theatre Wales commented on Llinos Mai and Hannah McPake's blog post Pies Glorious Pies
"Clearly the pie has affected my spelling... off not of."
Aug 1, 2014
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Pies Glorious Pies

Hello everyone. We are (still) Llinos Mai and Hannah McPake and we are (still) blogging about making Green Man // Red Woman, the show we are very excited to be taking to Green Man 2014 with National Theatre Wales. Catch us across all four days of the festival doing our thing across the site and in our bower in the woods behind the Walled Garden.  We are very busy making the show but we’ve just found out that Pie Minister is one of the food vans at this year’s festival, and this makes us very…See More
Aug 1, 2014
National Theatre Wales commented on Llinos Mai and Hannah McPake's blog post Pies Glorious Pies
"Just tried it.  Gorgeous!  Of for a sleep now!"
Aug 1, 2014
Llinos Mai and Hannah McPake posted a blog post

Pies Glorious Pies

Hello everyone. We are (still) Llinos Mai and Hannah McPake and we are (still) blogging about making Green Man // Red Woman, the show we are very excited to be taking to Green Man 2014 with National Theatre Wales. Catch us across all four days of the festival doing our thing across the site and in our bower in the woods behind the Walled Garden.  We are very busy making the show but we’ve just found out that Pie Minister is one of the food vans at this year’s festival, and this makes us very…See More
Aug 1, 2014
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Green Man//Red Woman

14th-17th AugustGreen Man Festival, Glanusk Park, CrickhowellDirected by Gerald TylerIf you go down to the woods today... you're in for one of our Summer Surprises.National Theatre Wales are bringing their signature site-specific performance and storytelling alchemy to this year’s Green Man Festival with a specially created show taking inspiration from the pagan energy that flows through the site - seriously. Look out for signs of real-life magic, late night woodland vigils and fairytale sized…See More
Jul 28, 2014
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Green Man // Red Woman - our first blog! By Llinos and Hannah

Greetings! We are actresses Llinos Mai and Hannah McPake, welcome to our blog about Green Man // Red Woman, which you can see at Greenman Festival from 14 - 17 August 2014. For the four days of the festival we will be camping in the woods (sharing a tent), doing magic tricks like two little David Copperfields and chatting to as many lovely ladies as we can find onsite. Which we imagine will be a lot. Seeing as we play ourselves in the show, we thought it might be nice if you got to know us a…See More
Jul 28, 2014
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Jul 28, 2014

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What I do:
Hannah says: I’m from Edinburgh originally but I now live and work in Wales, mostly as an actor. Last time I worked with NTW I was up against a beast with a thousand teeth beating this Green Man should be a piece of cake! I like running and eating cheese, but not at the same time. Llinos says: I work mostly as an actor but recently have started creating my own work. I decided that I wanted to create work that I really wanted to be in. So I did. The Harri-Parris was my first show. I got to do a rap, dance like Beyonce and be funny all at the same time. In my element I was. And together we are – Llinos Mai & Hannah McPake and we are making a new show commissioned by National Theatre Wales, for Greenman Festival 2014. AND WE ARE BLOGGING ABOUT IT.
A little more about me:
We’ve created this account to welcome you all to our ruddy marvellous blog (if we may say so ourselves) about Green Man Red Woman, a new show STARRING us and commissioned by National Theatre Wales especially for Greenman Festival 2014!

From 14 - 17 August we’re reclaiming the woods for all the festival women-folk (sorry men-folk but you are not welcome in our woods!) and performing a ritual-spell-type-thing Llinos found in her nan’s house to create an all-seeing-all-knowing Red Woman to show the Green Man who really is boss. Sometimes we’ll even leave our tents and chat to all you lovely ladies on site, harnessing your power and female energy (with your permission of course). We need it for the spell, see.
Location:
In the dark and creepy woods at the Glan Usk Estate, Greenman Festival (festival goers: please come and see us)
Projects I’m working on:
Green Man // Red Woman of course! And an anti-rain dance for the weekend 14 – 17 August.
Personal Website/CV:
http://nationaltheatrewales.org/greenmanredwoman
Twitter @username:
@GMRW_

Llinos Mai and Hannah McPake's Blog

Watch us harness the female energy of National Theatre Wales' most powerful women...

Greetings!

Since our last post we have been incredibly busy harnessing female energy as part of the ritual we will be doing for our Greenman show. Two of the most powerful ladies at National Theatre Wales, Executive Producer Lisa Maguire and Vice-Chair of the Board Gemma McAvoy kindly agreed to be interviewed by us. Little did they know what we (mainly Llinos) had in store for them...

Here we are chatting with Lisa Maguire…

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Posted on August 13, 2014 at 11:49

Pies Glorious Pies

Hello everyone. We are (still) Llinos Mai and Hannah McPake and we are (still) blogging about making Green Man // Red Woman, the show we are very excited to be taking to Green Man 2014 with National Theatre Wales. Catch us across all four days of the festival doing our thing across the site and in our bower in the woods behind the Walled Garden. 

 

We are very busy making the show but we’ve just found out that Pie…

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Posted on August 1, 2014 at 11:03 — 3 Comments

Green Man // Red Woman - our first blog! By Llinos and Hannah

Greetings! We are actresses Llinos Mai and Hannah McPake, welcome to our blog about Green Man // Red Woman, which you can see at Greenman Festival from 14 - 17 August 2014. For the four days of the festival we will be camping in the woods (sharing a tent), doing magic tricks like two little David Copperfields and chatting to as many lovely ladies as we can find onsite. Which we imagine will be a lot.

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Posted on July 28, 2014 at 12:23

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