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What I do:
Creative Director / Branding & Design
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Brecon, Wales
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Paul Thomas | Bwtîc's Blog

I’ll Sing this Song / The beat goes on…

As one song still echoes along the seafront, we head to the hills to start another…

Fresh from a rapturous, resounding final performance session at Barry, we arrive in Brecon to set the stage and introduce ‘Before I Leave’ to a new choir.

With ooos, ahhhs & eees, vocal stretches and warm welcomes give-way to booming first renditions and enthusiastic explorations of the new material. Engaging with poetry and expression in the early Spring sunshine,…

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Posted on March 15, 2016 at 9:44

I’ll Sing this Song / Blog#1

Ladies and gentleman, introducing your warm-up act for the evening, the fringe to the fast-approaching Before I Leave festival…

Since the outset of 2016, we’ve been hard at work on a side-project to the main #NTWBefore performance… I’ll Sing this Song. Led by the playwright Patrick Jones, funded by the Baring Foundation and run through National Theatre Wales TEAM.

The project sets out to be an echo of the…

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Posted on March 11, 2016 at 12:17

Artist* of the Day – Record of the Day

A 'Stop-the-presses' Newspaper record of my Artist* of the day experience – including idea-generation sketches, stage-by-stage photographs and a Twitter timeline. A big thanks to everyone who got involved with tweets, pics and painting – interactions both digital and physical.…

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Posted on February 7, 2013 at 12:37

Artist* of the Day

As part of my Artist* of the Day we looked to get hands-on and collaborate in the creation of a large-scale typographic illustration. Using the poetry of Hassan Panero and referencing traditional Somali hand-painted signage – the artwork looked to promote the culture, spirit and community engagement that is a key element of #NTW23 De Gabay. Painted live in the National Theatre Wales Castle Arcade 'shop-window' throughout the day……

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Posted on January 24, 2013 at 10:30 — 1 Comment

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At 11:27 on March 10, 2016, Anna Poole said…

Welcome to the TEAM group, Paul! Great to have you as a member.

Keep an eye out on the TEAM group, this is where you'll find the latest news, events and opportunities you can get involved in. We'd love to hear your updates too!

Let me know if you have any questions.

- Anna 

 
 
 

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