December 2016 Blog Posts (29)

Recruiting for 2017 - Redhouse Performance Academy Tutors

Due to expansion in 2017 we are looking to recruit additional tutors for Redhouse Performance Academy.

Redhouse Performance Academy currently runs term time on Saturdays 10am-1pm in the newly refurbished Multi-Arts Venue, Redhouse Cymru, Merthyr. We cater for children aged between 6 years old to 16 years, 

We offer classes in Music, Dance and Drama, working towards a performance at the end of the year as well as the…

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Added by Catherine Jones on December 30, 2016 at 23:00 — No Comments

Feel Good Friday

It's here!

The last Feel Good of 2016 and as I write this and reflect over the year we've had (and what a year it's been) I write this with excitement for what the future holds not just for me but for each and every one of you.

We don't know what the future holds and that's exciting because it's our duty to mould it into the future we want for ourselves.



Dreams, ambitions, goals they are all the building blocks of success. Your own success. If it's one thing that I want you… Continue

Added by Connor Allen on December 30, 2016 at 12:01 — No Comments

AUDITION: Tommy the musical

Pukka Productions (Barry) are looking for CAPTAIN WALKER for our forthcoming production of 'Tommy' Father to Tommy and husband to Mrs. Walker aged circa 30-40. 



Vocal range: F3- C#5.



Must be available for February 23rd-26th for the show.

Performance at Norwegian Church, Cardiff Bay.



Rehearsals are on Thursday…

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Added by Sarah Hudson on December 29, 2016 at 15:00 — No Comments

Feel Good Friday

For my penultimate Feel Good I've chosen to do it a bit didferent and post it later as it's my final one before Christmas and many people will be on thier way home tonight so I thought they could read it this evening.

Well we're here. Christmas time. And what better than to be around loved ones during the festive period. Christmas dinners, presents, mistletoe too but amongst all that I feel there is a greater message. It's not about the amount of presents you have, or how much it all costs… Continue

Added by Connor Allen on December 23, 2016 at 17:12 — No Comments

British Council Wales recruiting new members for its Wales Advisory Committee



Are you interested in helping us build links between Wales and the world?

If you are a senior professional with expertise in arts or education you might like to consider applying.

Visit the British Council jobs page to apply …

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Added by Alison Cummins on December 22, 2016 at 11:08 — No Comments

Freelance Consultant, National Companies of Wales / Ymgynghorwr Llawrydd Cwmniau Cenedlaethol Cymru

The eight national companies of Wales are seeking an experienced freelance consultant to develop the shared agenda and priorities set by the collective to ensure a fully inclusive arts sector is achieved throughout Wales. 



Wales is undergoing an exciting and dynamic renaissance, led by its national companies, and underpinned by the network of individual artists, venues, producers and festivals. We have a major part to play in contributing to the profile and awareness of…

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Added by Hannah John on December 19, 2016 at 12:30 — No Comments

Feel Good Friday

With Christmas a week away and the new year approaching us we are almost saying goodbye to 2016 and what a bizarre year we've had.

And not long now you'll all be making your New Years resolutions.

And as we go into Christmas and new year there will be people who want to ruin your plans and dampen your dreams but to that I simply say .. keep trying!







I can't change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination - Jimmy… Continue

Added by Connor Allen on December 16, 2016 at 13:44 — 1 Comment

Technical ASM Vacancy

Omidaze Productions are seeking to recruit an experienced Technical ASM for their forthcoming WMC co-production and tour of Romeo & Juliet.

We are particularly interested in hearing from applicants with experience in relighting. Role to include regular ASM rehearsal room duties also.

Dates March 6 – May 14 2017 10 weeks @ ITC/Equity minimum.

To apply please send an expression of interest and CV highlighting relevant experience and stating why you wish to work with…

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Added by Yvonne Murphy on December 15, 2016 at 16:00 — No Comments

Cwmbran and Porth based actors and facilitators call-out - Paid work

Fio are on the lookout for Cwmbran and Porth based actors for a project in the new year.  We're still looking to confirm dates, so at the moment we're just keen to see CVs, and as soon as we've got more concrete details we'll be in touch.

We're also keen to hear from workshop facilitators as well (who are DBS checked).

Location is important, and it's important that all suggestions are based in Cwmbran or Porth, but we will allow for a couple of miles either way...

Send…

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Added by Alan Humphreys on December 15, 2016 at 10:30 — No Comments

Deaf Theatre Club supported performances this Saturday at the Sherman Theatre

Deaf Theatre Club supported performances…

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Added by Guy O'Donnell on December 15, 2016 at 8:21 — No Comments

Two opportunities: Participation Director and Digital Manager for Arts Alive Wales

PARTICIPATION MANAGER

 

ARTS ALIVE WALES

Old School, Brecon Road, Crickhowell, Powys, NP8 1DG

 

Closing date Tuesday 3 January 2017 at 5pm

 

We are seeking an exceptional individual to join our staff team as Participation Manager.  The post is a strategic appointment to ensure that we extend creative opportunity to those who face the greatest barriers to arts participation within our rural region.  Our…

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Added by Hannah John on December 14, 2016 at 10:41 — No Comments

Theatre Bristol: What Works Wales?

A message from our friend at Theatre Bristol:
'Theatre Bristol has been commissioned by the Arts Council of Wales to research and report on how shared producing resources in Wales could give everyone a better deal. We may have already spoken to you at the Creative Gathering or at meetings in Cardiff, Swansea, Snowdonia National Park and Carmarthen but there may be more you want to say - and we'd love to hear any additional thoughts.
If we have not managed to meet you…
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Added by Simon Coates on December 12, 2016 at 22:00 — No Comments

Know Hope Film

Dear all,

Please read the below blurb and check out the crowdfunder for what will be an important film!



Know Hope is about elemental issues of self determination, of the desire for peace, and the never ending search for a resolution to the situation. This complex story follows Zakaria Zubeidi who's life embodies the tragedy and the paradox of the Occupation, he represents their past and is hopeful for their future. He wants…

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Added by Jacob Gough on December 12, 2016 at 20:43 — No Comments

Sophie Warren, on writing for "A Crappy Scratchy Christmas"

Not a clue how to start writing this, I only very recently remembered that I'd started up a shoddy blog site back when I was 17 where I'd review plays I'd seen after school purely so I could put it on my UCAS application purely so I could get in to drama school... and clearly I owe my place at RWCMD entirely to that botch blog site... I have no idea where to find it and thank god none of my friends do either. Anyway that's probably about a third of my word limit used up already on that mediocre… Continue

Added by No Boundaries on December 12, 2016 at 13:00 — No Comments

thanks to Love Steals Us From Loneliness

Just want to write a few words about yesterday's performance of Love Steals Us From Loneliness.  It was a really great little piece. An emotional rollercoaster with genuine laughs and genuine tears. I choked towards the end and others had definitely wiped away the tears.
Great work from the two actors for carrying a difficult first half. It all came together to wonderful effect in the second. Great work everyone. Well done, and thank you.

Added by Chris Davies on December 11, 2016 at 9:59 — No Comments

Feel Good Friday

What a year 2016 has been and it's only 3 weeks of it left!

Christmas will be here tomorrow and we'll be toasting in the new year straight after.

A lot has happened this year and in some cases it has made us anxious for the future.

But who knows what the future will hold.







“The best way to predict the future is to invent it.” - Alan Kay









You can't just sit around thinking about your dreams and goals, you have to go out there and… Continue

Added by Connor Allen on December 9, 2016 at 11:45 — No Comments

Comfort in the infinite - Light Waves Dark Skies (critical chinwag)

For my second critical chinwag outing I found myself travelling to Cardiff and my first visit to the Chapter Arts Centre in some years. And what a great small arts centre success story it is! It was great to be back.

The play is another micro success story - it started out as a National Theatre Wales 'Waleslab' project, which means that it was initially an exploratory project supported by NTW's creative development policy for new talent and project seeding. From there it has continued to… Continue

Added by rachel rosen on December 8, 2016 at 20:30 — No Comments

Writer Chris Harris talks GOBBLE, GOBBLE, GOBBLE; his entry for 'A Crappy Scratchy Christmas' - our festive, immersive Scratch Night...

OH, I WISH IT COULD BE CHRISTMAS EVERYDAY



...is a saying that frightens me. In fact, the impulse for GOBBLE GOBBLE GOBBLE (a short play written for this years immersive Christmas scratch night event) were these very lyrics. It intrigues me that if it was indeed Christmas everyday then every shop would be closed, thus we wouldn't be able to be the provisions that we need. Turkeys would be slaughtered by the millions. We would exhaust ourselves of all our Christmas… Continue

Added by No Boundaries on December 8, 2016 at 17:00 — No Comments

Critical Chinwag Review - Light Waves Dark Skies

I was delighted to host the Critical Chinwag for We Made This' production of Light Waves Dark Skies, especially as it was originally supported by WalesLab. The piece has really developed under Matt Ball's direction but is very much a collaborative piece, made through devising.



The play is centred around the idea of light. Light in the extreme (such as the stars), light in the everyday (such a torch or lights in the home) and light in the minutiae (light from screens such as the iPad… Continue

Added by Tom Wentworth on December 8, 2016 at 10:13 — 1 Comment

London Casting for first table read of"Uneasy Dreamers."

Uneasy Dreamers, award winning author Wayne Adrian Drew’s new play, is a literary fantasy based on the complex lives, thoughts and beliefs of four real, ground-breaking, but very troubled, artists.  

It’s St. John’s Eve, June 23rd 1920, a time of fireworks and folk customs, when young people jump through the fames of the traditional bonfires to gain both the acceptance of their peers and in the hope of securing future relationships…

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Added by Wayne Adrian Drew on December 8, 2016 at 10:01 — No Comments

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