From Dion & Jason in Caernarfon, have a great one.…Continue
Thank you for your kind responses to the call for Welsh support to the 2010 Global Call for Theatrical Action: ‘There is a Field’ originally organized and written by Jen Marlow. Jen (not least myself) was moved and amazed by the worldwide response. 40 cities in 18 countries read or…Continue
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It was a collectively quick decision. After the Newport Assembly I felt the need to follow it up with something solid, a performance, another opportunity to be part of the day to day life of Newport. Marega, Dino and I had talked over a few beers back in November and felt that if the Assembly was to mean anything we had to be proactive in creating a new liaison. We had just met during the days we spent pulling shapes in the Empty Shop window but there was a nice bubbling feeling after…Continue
Ffilm Scala & the Scala Cinema & Arts Centre will feature on BBC Radio 4's Film Programme today at 4.30pm and Sunday 19th December at 11pm. Nikki Bedi & Hilary Dunn interview Scala Film Quiz regulars at their Xmas party and speak to the young film-makers from Ffilm Scala - our burgeoning community all-things-film group. Thanks to TEAM Prestatyn for all your support and please listen-in! Merry Xmas! jan x…Continue
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Another first for National Theatre Wales?
We've been working with the Butetown community in Cardiff for over a year now as part of The Soul Exchange show in January 2011. As well as seeking out local talent to use in the production, through TEAM we've looked at unique marketing ideas and how to get the…Continue
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I was up in North Wales on Thursday filming The Weather Factory and I managed to grab 10 minutes with David Harradine and chat about the…Continue
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New Play based on real events
There is a field where language doesn't matter, there is a field where right or wrong do not exist. There is a field where everyone is the same, 'even the phrase 'each other' doesn't exist....when the soul lies down in the grass and the world is too full to talk about...I'll meet you there.........'
Aseel never had the chance to grow up.
'Be proud as Arabs and Palestinians and be proud as human beings'
I received this update on the increasingly disturbing situation in Hungary - and the attacks on the arts there, and on Hungary's National Theatre. John
This letter, issued by the Hungarian Critics' Association is to call the attention of the international media and theatre community to the intensifying state and political control over arts, culture and media in Hungary.
A new highly-contested and controversial "media law" of the present government promises serious control…
Weston Studio 8th & 9th December
Review by a Young Critic.
Velvet Ensemble were in the WMC’s Weston Studio earlier this week with their…Continue
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Unprotected by Bethan Marlow
Venue: Wales Millenium Centre, Weston Studio
Directed by: Sarah Bickerton
Dates: 8th –…Continue
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I've created a new blog page for my novel "Yer Blues" (an ideal Christmas present, etc), including synopsis, links, and an endorsement from a top Welsh playwright:- http://yerblues-novel.blogspot.com
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Theatre Company Velvet Ensemble is back in the WMC with their first big production; Unprotected. This time as ‘graduates’ of its annual Incubator Project (2009) and we grabbed the chance to talk to its producer Victoria “V” John and writer Bethan Marlow during rehearsals in Cardiff, in an unexpected rehearsal space; rather than in a WMC…Continue
We're delighted to announce today that National Theatre Wales has been asked to collaborate with the Royal Shakespeare Company and the London 2012 Festival to create a new piece of work as part of an extraordinary international programme.
We have asked Mike Pearson, Mike Brookes and the rest of the creative team from The Persians (Simon Banham, John Hardy, Pete Telfer) to create a unique new theatre piece based on Shakespeare's Coriolanus. Here's the news as announced by the London…
sO.......Mike Pearson and The Persian team do CORIOLANUS for 2012
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