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"Like Louise, I felt frustrated at not being able to enter, being Cardiff born and bred and studying in the city but living in Bristol. But these are the consequences of the decisions we make. Similarly, when anyone enters a competition…"
"Simon Stephens continues to provoke thought and discussion with his articles, his talk and his plays. I went to a workshop that he ran in Bristol and it was the most stimulating workshop I've ever done - 2 hours felt like two days of input. As…"
"You are drawing some finely thought-out responses to an expansive policy proposal, John. The proposals you are putting forward are ambitious, exciting and present both the artist community and NTW with considerable opportunities and challenges.…"
Body exiled in Bristol for many years; spirit has never left Cardiff and Wales. Occasional poetry has gone onto the page or sprung out of the mouth over the years but I'm enjoying writing scripts too in this fairly advanced decade of my life. After all, grey hair is the new black, isn't it? Extremely excited by the creation of National Theatre Wales. Take 2010 by storm.
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Diwrnod ffab yn Aberaeron heddiw. Lyfli i gwrdd a lot o bobol lleol wedd yn awyddus iawn i wybod rhagor am sioe @NTWtweets ‘Cotton Fingers’ sy’n rhan o wyl #NTWNHS70 (4-5 Gorffennaf, Neuadd Goffa, Aberaeron) pic.twitter.com/FszsUow8f4