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Job Opportunity - Ransack Dance - Actor-Musicians and Dancers

Hi everyone!

Ransack Dance are interested in hearing from male performers who play guitar, sing and are comfortable with movement.

Also call out for dancers (see callout below):

Contract Details:

-2 weeks rehearsal + 3 days production/performance

-Dates: Between Thursday 30th Aug to Friday 14th Sept 2018

-Fee: £1170 (based on £450 per 5-day week) 

+ travel expenses to and from company base and accommodation provided (if…


Added by Gemma Prangle on July 20, 2018 at 19:30 — No Comments

Pen and Paper Theatre Co. CYT. Presents Scratch Night - With a difference!

Pen and Paper Theatre Co. A brand spanking new theatre company in the Vale of Glamorgan is holding their first scratch night, but with a twist! 

We are so excited about this event and here is why…

Firstly... It is FREE, although if you would like to make a donation during the evening…


Added by Jordan Forse on July 19, 2018 at 13:00 — No Comments

CASTING CALL - Moby Dick on the Transporter Bridge

We so pleased to announce that we are currently casting for our upcoming production of Moby Dick on the Transporter Bridge. We're looking for two performers to join our create team working this September and October to create a unique piece of outdoor performance,…


Added by Justin Teddy Cliffe on July 18, 2018 at 17:30 — No Comments

Casting Anti-Bullying Tour

  • Firehorse Productions are looking for male and female actors for …

Added by Denise Francis on July 14, 2018 at 23:21 — No Comments



Added by Yasmin Williams on July 13, 2018 at 15:21 — No Comments

NHS70: As Long as the Heart Beats Workshops

Spent two fabulous days working with composer Tic Ashfield and NTW collecting heart beats from patients and staff in the main outpatients department at the Royal Gwent Hospital, in Newport, this week! Over 50 people donated their heart beats which will now appear in the music for the show 'As Long as the Heart Beats' on the 21st and 22nd of July in the very place the heart beats were recorded. What a lovely way to get people involved in new music to celebrate the NHS.

Added by Kirsten Evans on July 13, 2018 at 11:04 — No Comments


Thanks for allowing me to join! Appearing at 81 Renshaw Street, Liverpool tonight from 7:30! My first performance since leaving study and presenting a short play and a monologue, any locals please come on down! 

Added by Lew Freeburn on July 12, 2018 at 14:40 — No Comments

Joining the TEAM!

Hi all!

I’m Sophie, TEAM’s new Admin Assistant. I’m thrilled to join National Theatre Wales and have really enjoyed my first few weeks here, feeling so welcome (though that could all change soon as I do have France in the World Cup sweepstake!). It’s a…


Added by Sophie Lewis on July 12, 2018 at 8:58 — 1 Comment


Emptage Hallett Talent Agency are looking for a full time ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT to join the team in their Cardiff Office.

For more information on the post and application details please contact …


Added by Emptage Hallett Talent Agency on July 11, 2018 at 12:07 — No Comments

Tips on How to Write a Research Paper

Writing a research paper can be challenging sometimes. Indeed some students see it as an overwhelming task that needs much effort to accomplish. While to some extent it is true that it is a difficult assignment, there are methods that learners can employ to make the process easy and manageable.  There are steps you can take to make your writing easier and some of them are as follows:

  1. Pick a good Topic

Make sure that you select a good issue to write on in case your…


Added by eduadvisor77 on July 11, 2018 at 10:02 — No Comments

Casting for A Night in the Clink

Papertrail / Llwybr Papur - A night in the Clink (R&D)

A Night in the Clink is a new site responsive production being developed by Papertrail and supported by the Sherman and Arts Council of Wales.

Created & directed by Bridget Keehan. Written by Branwen Davies, Matthew Bulgo & Tracy Harris.

Rehearsals & showings take place in the Clink Restaurant, HMP…


Added by bridget keehan on July 10, 2018 at 9:26 — No Comments

Casting Call: This Incredible Life

Canoe Theatre and Theatrau Sir Gâr are producing ‘This Incredible Life’ by Alan Harris, a two-hander play funded by the Arts Council Wales, this Autumn. The play will be directed by Julia Thomas (NTW - Cotton Fingers, Derby Theatre – Two, and Curve - George’s Marvellous Medicine). It was first produced at Ffwrnes, Llanelli  in 2016.

We are currently casting the role of Robert.

Robert works in business management but had dreams of going into journalism as a child. This would…


Added by Megan Price on July 9, 2018 at 9:00 — No Comments

Laughter and tears in a fitting tribute to the NHS

Just been to see Cotton fingers ...great writing, brilliantly performed, designed and directed. Such a privilege to see new work of this quality here In Haverfordwest.

Added by Guy Norman on July 7, 2018 at 22:34 — No Comments

Join the Groundwork Team

Groundwork is evolving and we’re looking for someone new to join us in the plotting, planning and execution of our dance development programme.

Job Description: Groundwork Collective Member

Offer: 4 months, starting mid-August to mid-December, 12 hours per month. Total 48 hours.

Rate: £15 per hour.

We’re looking for one more team member to join the Groundwork team for the remainder of our current Arts Council of Wales funded…


Added by Chloe Loftus on July 6, 2018 at 22:38 — No Comments


Having been lucky enough to be a part of several professional productions over recent months, its safe to say Quarantine's production of 'English' in collaboration with National Theatre Wales gave me a detailed insight into the raw, organic processes necessary when devising a piece from scratch. The piece tells the story of deaf performer Jonny Cotsen as he tells the audience in honest detail about his life and learning to communicate in a world of sound. Having observed the piece in its…


Added by Ella Purvis on July 6, 2018 at 11:58 — No Comments

National Theatre Wales and Oily Cart present a professional development one-day course

National Theatre Wales and Oily Cart present a professional development one-day course:




A practical, hands-on, introduction to the aims and the methods of this internationally acclaimed company by the artistic director, Tim Webb.


23rd July 2018. 10am – 3pm,…


Added by Fiona Curtis on July 6, 2018 at 11:35 — No Comments

Reflection on my placement at 'English' with Quarantine and NTW

Monday, Day 1

At 10am I arrived (behold, in due time, as I already searched out the way from my hostel in on high street down to the National Dance Company Wales the day before - only getting lost once :D ) and started my first day off with meeting everybody involved in the production, from technicians, to designers, to company members. It was a little help that I already knew some people around from university but everybody was incredibly welcoming and friendly,…


Added by Nele Czerwinka on July 6, 2018 at 8:28 — No Comments

Perfformiadau i’r Chwilfrydig // Performances for the Curious : Galwad am Berfformiadau Llwyfan Agored // Scratch Performance Call Out

Perfformiadau i’r Chwilfrydig: Galwad am Berfformiadau Llwyfan Agored

Yr hydref hwn, bydd Perfformiadau i’r Chwilfrydig yn dychwelyd i Ganolfan Mileniwm Cymru. Nod y tymor hwn yw dathlu gwahaniaeth. Mae ein rhaglen yn cynnwys gwaith gan gwmnïau lleol a rhyngwladol gan gynnwys Le Gateau Chocolat, Milk Presents a Mess up the Mess. Cadwch olwg am y gyfres gyntaf o gynyrchiadau a fydd ar werth ddiwedd mis Gorffennaf.

Mae perfformiadau…


Added by Jennifer Ruth Sturt on July 5, 2018 at 9:44 — No Comments

production assistants/ stewards needed (north Wales; paid)

Want to help us dance the rebellion this summer in some of north Wales' most iconic castles?

Light, Ladd & Emberton are retouring smash show Disgo Distaw Owain Glndwr Silent Disco this…


Added by Laura H Drane on July 5, 2018 at 6:21 — No Comments

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