I’m Shayne, and I’m joining the team on Lifted by Beauty: Adventures in Dreaming as promoter. The show is taking place in my home town of Rhyl, so I wanted to introduce myself, what I’ve done in Rhyl, and share what it is I love about Rhyl.
A little more about me:
I am the former manager of a Rhyl based community charity called STARS, where our remit was community safety. STARS won…Continue
Over the past couple of months I have been meeting people from the community of Monkton. With my average tea consumption increasing by double I have gathered a great collection of stories. The amount of tales that community have come forward to tell has been fantastic and in the process I have met some amazing people and learnt a great deal about Monkton. So the time has come to bring the story collecting to a close and begin the next chapter of the project. …Continue
Added by Diana Ford on February 22, 2017 at 9:00 — No Comments
Annwyl bawb / Dear all,
Mae National Theatre Wales yn chwilio am bob deinamig a phrofiadol i weithio ar brosiect sydd ar y gweill ym Mhort Talbot yn ystod mis Awst a mis Medi.
Os ydych chi’n Reolwr Llwyfan y Cwmni, Rheolwr Llwyfan Cynorthwyol, Cynhyrchydd Goleuo, Cynhyrchydd Sain neu’n Gynorthwyydd Dylunio, llenwch y …Continue
Added by Jacob Gough on February 20, 2017 at 10:20 — No Comments
January 13th marked the first day of our fantastic collaborative project with Ocean Park Academy, a school in Splott, funded by Arts Council Wales under the Creative Learning through the Arts programme. We are now entering week five of the project and what a few weeks it's been!
We are delighted to have John Norton (Bordergame, City of the Unexpected) take the lead as director and it has been great to watch him develop a fantastic working relationship with the learners during…Continue
Added by Naomi Chiffi on February 7, 2017 at 12:30 — No Comments
We had a lovely turn out for the creative writing workshop in Monkton Swifts last Saturday. Hosted by Kelly Jones and Tom Wentworth the workshop focused themes relating to Monkton. There were various tasks which included creating monologues and verbatim exercises. Participants were asked to bring photo's and memorabilia linked to the area which were used in discussion. Here are some shots from the day.…Continue
Added by Diana Ford on February 3, 2017 at 15:25 — No Comments