Dirty Protest are dedicated to producing, developing and promoting new writing and the writers of Wales. We create exciting inclusive new theatre experiences to thrill audiences and extend the reach of new writing across Wales. We put gigs on in pubs, kebab shops, forests...Dirty Protest are Matthew Bulgo, Branwen Davies, Claire Hill, Catherine Paskell, Tim Price 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
A platform for creative words of any kind to be shared and enjoyed. From spoken word to lyrics to fiction to monologues to mini-devised theatre. We want your interpretation...Supported by NTW TEAMSee More
NTW Assembly - Democratically Elected Performance Debate event! National Theatre Wales innovative Assembly programme of bespoke, democratically-elected creative arts projects took place across Wales. Proposals from Cardiff, Carmarthen, Machynlleth & Glynllifon won an assembly - with issues ranging from Mental Health to a multi-national supermarket coming to town. We then had our first ever Super Assembly (Assembly on a bigger scale) in Bangor, which has had some local ramifications and…See More
My day job is working as a Sales and Outreach Worker for The Big Issue Cymru, I'm also a writer.
A little more about me:
I originally trained as an actor before making the move into writing. I graduated from the University of Birmingham with an M Phil in Playwriting Studies and I've had a number of short plays on with the Welsh Fargo Stage Company, Corner Theatre and Dirty Protest.
Projects I’m working on:
I'm currently developing a play about homelessness with director and theatre practitioner Nancy Medina.
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