NTW, Wildworks and Michael Sheen
Script and Novelisation by Owen Sheers
Creative Director Michael Sheen
Co-Directors Bill Mitchell and Michael Sheen
Over the Easter Weekend 2011
Reviewed by Chelsey Gillard
Photos by Chelsey Gillard,
except Beach scene by Scott Dale
Taking a world famous…Continue
There was something different to walking along Aberavon Promenade on Good Friday afternoon: an electric atmosphere was building as hundreds of people headed to the furthest end of the promenade. It was to be the first of a weekend of events as part of The Passion, a play of enormous proportions.
Last w/end,s performance of the Passion was absolutly INCREDIBLE;Thank you a million times to all those who were involved in it .
Anyone who did not see and experience it will forever have an empty space in their lives
Added by Martin griffiths on April 28, 2011 at 12:41 — No Comments
What started with an idea to tell the story of 'The Passion' online in real time through-out the weekend, grew into one of the most exciting campaigns I have ever worked on.
Michael and Bill's vision to use the town as a set, with the idea to, use it's radio stations, fly poster sites, graffiti artists and video makers to tell the story allowed us to really push the boat out in terms of our thinking.
This viral campaign made the event unique in many ways constantly…Continue
If ever there was a gulf between being present in a place, and then trying to capture a semblance of it later...
and Port Talbot's steelman catching the molten metal
Added by Adam Somerset on April 25, 2011 at 10:45 — No Comments
This made for a nice symbol for how it felt to be there- David Annand's sculpture about creating art, with the community groups all around it at its feet.
Added by Adam Somerset on April 25, 2011 at 9:20 — No Comments
Adapted from The Mabinogion by Mark Ryan
Taking Flight Theatre Company
Tintern Abbey, Tintern, Monmouthshire, and touring
Review by Allison Vale (2011)
Cardiff's Taking Flight Theatre Company is an inclusive theatre company dedicated to staging beautifully crafted, accessible, outdoor touring productions. For their new tour,…Continue
Added by Elise Davison on April 22, 2011 at 22:00 — No Comments
Amazing start to the Passion! Family cried from the start haha! Can't wait for the rest. Proud of Port Talbot today…Continue
Following on from an incredibly successful event last year Newport’s Riverfront Theatre and Arts Centre becomes the main focus for the annual celebration of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller culture in Wales in 2011.
Added by Isaac Blake on April 22, 2011 at 11:30 — No Comments
We set ourselves the task of making a film in 36 hours and we almost completed it. I boarded the trian for Prestatyn at the 5.10 thinking about the two days ahead. I'd been prepping for the workshops but couldn't be too specific because, as is often the case, individuals in…Continue
‘A Panto in spring?’
‘Oh yes it is!’
Pantomime has gone green and is finding its roots in the forest.
A handcrafted outdoor performance combining the fun of pantomime with re-cycled goods and materials. Interactive performance, art, music and much more.
Professional artists and…Continue
Added by megan broadmeadow on April 21, 2011 at 16:00 — No Comments
I have tickets for Friday and Sunday that I can't use due to illness. If you are interested in using them email me
Added by Jan Miller on April 21, 2011 at 11:49 — No Comments
Bridgend County Borough Council’s Arts and Community Development Department has been successful in securing funding from Arts Council Wales to develop the Bridgend Young Critics’ Scheme which aims to develop and showcase the voices of young people, encouraging them to think critically about the theatrical or musical productions they see.
Rachel Williams, a young critic from Bridgend said: “Being a young critic has…
Added by Rachel Williams on April 20, 2011 at 18:43 — No Comments
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