Welcome to the TEAM group! Great to have a new member on board.
Really enjoyed watching your script being performed the other night at Stories of the Streets!
Remember to keep an eye out on the TEAM page for the latest news events and…"
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...We are currently touring Katherine Chandler's award-winning play Parallel Lines to theatres across Wales. Dirty Protest are Matthew Bulgo, Ellie Carter, Claire Hill, Catherine Paskell & Tim Price. 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
A ''One off" Event by www.facebook.com/blackwalesentertainment: An evening of storytelling, poetry and music delving into freedom of expression.Guest artist is Carlton Curtis, singer and songwriter from Birmingham https://youtu.be/Yb6R0MUdIIE. Also showcasing will be upcoming singer and songwriter hailing from Guinea Conakry ''King Jaguar''. Mr: Bevin Magama Storyteller and writer, poet…See More
I am a Welsh writer of fiction, poetry, plays and blog posts.
A little more about me:
Hi! I’m Mari, a Welsh writer of poetry, short stories, novels and children’s books. I love nothing better than curling up with a cup of coffee and letting my imagination run free as I put pen to paper. My absolute favourite things in the world are dogs, coffee and eyeliner!
Cardiff and Gloucester
Projects I’m working on:
My first children’s book, Percy the Pompom Bear, will be published in April 2016 with Rowanvale Books. I'm toying with the idea of adapting the story for the stage!
I'm also working on the final draft of my novel, currently title 'Fragmented,' which I hope to publish before the year is out.
Now we hear from Prof Ian Hargreaves @CreativeCardiff - should more public bodies follow @NTWtweets approach, eschewing permanent iconic buildings and siting their work in the context of the communities they seek to work for?