Sounds as though Scratch that Itch is doing really well, just thinking back to our Arts Enterprise networking session with Richard, we've all come a long way since then. Just completed my PGCE in Bridgend, and the college have just…"
I would like to talk about going back to Scratch. We have decided to launch a Scratch theatre event offering an opportunity to theatre companies, performers and writers to show pieces of work in the very early stages of development.Supported by NTW TEAMSee More
Graduated 2009 Performing Arts and Theatre Studies Swansea Met Uni. Specialised in Arts Marketing and Community Theatre. Business owner and director for 23 years. Currently studying PGCE part time. Higher Education student of the year 2008 Bridgend College. Graduated 2008 HND Community Theatre.Member of Everyman Theatre Cardiff where I worked as DSM.
A little more about me:
Graduated later in life after joining a night class for fun, whilst playing the lead vocalist in a band playing to raise funds for the Noah's ark appeal and many more.Surprise to me but graduated three times in 6 years now have BA Hons and PGCE. Company director of Brynmenyn Car Clinic for the past 30 years family run business with my Husband and Son.
Projects I’m working on:
Getting back to my creative side,possible writing courses etc.
Sitting on the Spin Dryer, the see saw of family life, reaearch into PTSD from World War 1 and how it has affected family life through the generations.
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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?