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What I do:
Theatre Company
A little more about me:
NO BOUNDARIES is a South Wales based theatre company, championing new writing and boundary pushing theatre from the best of Wales' emerging talent.

Artistic Director/Co-Founder: Luke Hereford
Associate Artist/Co-Founder: Chris Harris
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AUDITIONS! Call out for LGBTQ+ performers - The "Q" Word

Our next project is an exciting and collaborative one at that - we are looking for between 6 and 8 LGBTQ+ performers to be a part of The "Q" Word.

An evening of monologues written entirely by Welsh and Wales-based members of the LGBTQ+ community,…


Posted on April 21, 2017 at 8:45

Sophie Warren, on writing for "A Crappy Scratchy Christmas"

Not a clue how to start writing this, I only very recently remembered that I'd started up a shoddy blog site back when I was 17 where I'd review plays I'd seen after school purely so I could put it on my UCAS application purely so I could get in to drama school... and clearly I owe my place at RWCMD entirely to that botch blog site... I have no idea where to find it and thank god none of my friends do either. Anyway that's probably about a third of my word limit used up already on that mediocre… Continue

Posted on December 12, 2016 at 13:00

Writer Chris Harris talks GOBBLE, GOBBLE, GOBBLE; his entry for 'A Crappy Scratchy Christmas' - our festive, immersive Scratch Night...

OH, I WISH IT COULD BE CHRISTMAS EVERYDAY a saying that frightens me. In fact, the impulse for GOBBLE GOBBLE GOBBLE (a short play written for this years immersive Christmas scratch night event) were these very lyrics. It intrigues me that if it was indeed Christmas everyday then every shop would be closed, thus we wouldn't be able to be the provisions that we need. Turkeys would be slaughtered by the millions. We would exhaust ourselves of all our Christmas… Continue

Posted on December 8, 2016 at 17:00

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