Steve Denton
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Steve Denton commented on Julie Barclay's group Fresh Apples
"We should do coffee soon and compare lists :-)"
Dec 4, 2013
Steve Denton commented on Julie Barclay's group Fresh Apples
"Well done Julie! Well worth all the time spent on the application. Looking forward to getting those initial ideas on stage :-)"
Dec 3, 2013
sarah anne morton left a comment for Steve Denton
" HI Steve.Hope you are well. Have you seen the only connect blog? Joao with Andre and Rui  are coming over to do  what he does best !in April 25th May 11th  Please can you let everyone know . we have a few more places to…"
Feb 21, 2012
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ShellShock Theatre

ShellShock are a theatre company based in Swansea. We create original theatrical experiences and performances which aim to entertain and question in equal measure.tweeting? @shellshocknewsSee More
Aug 27, 2011
Steve Denton commented on Julie Barclay's group Fresh Apples
"And me...!!!!!"
Feb 27, 2011
Steve Denton commented on Julie Barclay's group Fresh Apples
"Good oh... I do like a bit of madness! I must show you what I've done to The Cherry Orchard.......... x"
Oct 23, 2010
Steve Denton commented on Julie Barclay's group Fresh Apples
"Well done! Speak soon x"
Oct 18, 2010
Steve Denton commented on Julie Barclay's group Fresh Apples
"Blogtastic. Enjoy!"
Mar 27, 2010
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Claire Cousin Photography

I take headshots for actors, directors, writers. Anyone that may need one. Have a look at my website for examples of my work.See More
Mar 25, 2010
Steve Denton commented on Julie Barclay's group Be:spoken Theatre
"One more to add to your gang...!"
Mar 21, 2010
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Be:spoken Theatre

A new theatre company aiming to produce quality work for a discerning, diverse, audienceFounder membersCaroline Bunce,Julie Barclay,Claire Cage.Premiere production - 'A Kind of Alaska' by Harold Pinter.See More
Mar 21, 2010
Steve Denton commented on Julie Barclay's group Fresh Apples
"Cor! or should that be Core!"
Mar 12, 2010
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Fresh Apples

This is a group to gather support for a project that has received a seed commission from NTW. Julie Barclay is planning to adapt and develop Fresh Apples by Rachel Trezise as a Theatre production.See More
Mar 12, 2010
Dee Burke left a comment for Steve Denton
"Hi Steve, how you doing mate? long time no see. :-)"
Dec 21, 2009
Steve Denton is now friends with James Gardiner, joana ferrao and Deirdre Dwyer
Sep 24, 2009
Steve Denton is now friends with Tom Cullen and Chloe Turner
Aug 17, 2009

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What I do:
Theatre Designer working with companies accross the UK, designing sets & costumes for theatre, dance and opera. Based in Newport, worked extensively in Wales, including Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Theatre Clwyd and Diversions Dance Company as well as numerous other companies.

Represented UK at Prague Quadrenniel in 2007 and exhibited designs at the Victoria & Albert Museum.

Most recent work includes a short site specific opera in a shop doorway in Liverpool, 'The Magic Flute' at the Gate Arts Centre and 'A Kind of Alaska' for Be:spoken Theatre at Chapter Arts Centre.

Part Time Lecturer in Theatre Design at RWCMD

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Of course, this is all just a publicity stunt......

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At 13:06 on February 21, 2012, sarah anne morton said…

 HI Steve.Hope you are well. Have you seen the only connect blog?

Joao with Andre and Rui  are coming over to do  what he does best !in April 25th May 11th 

Please can you let everyone know . we have a few more places to fill.

     

Only Connect Lab is an opportunity for artists in all artforms to create work and develop skills in the latest video and sound live technology. Led by a team of international specialist, the Lab members will have access to equipment, skills and ideas to progress their own practise into new cutting-edge areas of sound and vision technology.

Who is it for? Practising artists in video and sound installation, visual artists, performance artists, movement artists, choreographers, designers, technicians, VJs. Whether you’re already working with film or sound, or it’s a new area you’d like to move your work into, the Lab is for you.

 

What we’ll offer: a shared studio space to experiment and create in; a team of sound and video specialists to guide and advise; equipment – hardware and software; a crucible to develop ideas and/or skills; an event at the close of the Lab.


What you’ll offer: creative ideas and a desire to experiment; an agreed amount of time depending on what you are able to offer; a creative contribution to the work of the Lab.

T                        The specialist team consists of: Andre Seir – video and installation artist, Rui Gato – sound installation                   artist and composer, Joao Garcia Miguel – theatre designer and director
 
Only Connect  Lab runs for 3 weeks.

Taking part is free and you can discuss with us how long you wish to be  involved.

 

We’re looking for 10 people from  across all disciplines


T    To apply to be part of the Only Connect Lab please send a CV (including two people willing to provide a r   reference about you and your work) and a letter explaining why you would like to be part of the project a    and what you could contribute by Feb 24th 2012 to;- performing-arts-projects@aber.ac.uk

 Further information;- 01970 621 512

           

A limited number of modest residency bursaries are available - priority will be given to those who are able to be involved for the entire project .If you would like to apply for a bursary please also send a short letter explaining why.

 

www.aberystwythartscentre.co.uk

 

 

At 23:12 on December 21, 2009, Dee Burke said…
Hi Steve,

how you doing mate? long time no see. :-)
At 16:09 on June 2, 2009, Carri Munn said…
Good lord indeed! How the devil are you? Nice to get God and the devil in one paragraph I think. Am very well ta. Just finished directing a show at Theatr Iolo. How are tings wiv ya?
 
 
 

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