With Angela Colderick, Clay Paulsson, Claudio Laurini, Rhys Owen Bishop, James Wiltshire, Oliver Cross and Josh Griffiths.
Gilbert and George – exploiters of ‘Working Class’ young men pictured naked for the rich Gay male gaze? Or revitalizing Art?
Andy Warhol -Amphetamine driven impresario, cynical manipulator of drug dependant young sexualised bodies for his own profit?
Added by Claudio Laurini on October 5, 2009 at 11:25 —
British Theatre Guide online
By Kit Lambert
Hijinx Theatre Company
Sherman Theatre, Cardiff, and touring
Review by Allison Vale (2009)
Young Welsh playwright, Kit Lambert's latest play, Gulliver, has been written for the inimitable Cardiff-based Hijinx Theatre Company.
Lambert's career was launched in 2005 when he won the Sherman Cymru's inaugural Script Slam competition, since which time he has worked for Paines Plough, Dirty… Continue
Added by Hijinx Theatre on October 5, 2009 at 8:24 —
Those of you who know me reasonably well will also know that I have a long-nurtured fear of driving. I passed my test at the age of 21, but in the intervening years lack of practice (exacerbated by 9 years in New York - why drive when you can hail a cab - okay, I couldn't usually afford to take a cab when I lived in New York, but the subway is fab - remind me to tell you the story of when I was locked in jail for jumping a turnstile one day....)
You see how quickly I like to get away… Continue
Added by National Theatre Wales on October 3, 2009 at 22:00 —
Added by Tim Price on October 2, 2009 at 16:14 —
Directed by Louise Osborn with music by James Williams & design by Carl Davies
A story of adventures great and small - and of the writer who imagined them all<-b>
Don't miss out on the first week of this new production! We're at Sherman Cymru on 2nd and 3rd October... get your tickets now to avoid disappointment!
A biting newplay from Kit Lambert bringing to life the weird and wonderful world of Gulliver's Travels, with its tiny Lilliputians, giants, mad… Continue
Added by Hijinx Theatre on September 30, 2009 at 15:14 —
The votes were counted and verified and I can now reveal that the next theme for our Second Respond Test is...
Nowhere: Now Here
With 6 separate suggestions all around ideas of Cardiff development and born out of the opening of John Lewis in Cardiff last week, "where are our modern social spaces" has come out as our theme for this Respond test.
Thanks so… Continue
Added by Catherine Paskell on September 30, 2009 at 14:12 —
I've been part of a project at National Museum Wales called Ymateb, or Respond depending on your language of choice.
I invited musicians living and working in Wales to produce an original piece of music inspired by the Museum's collections in an effort to find new ways of engaging new audiences.
The music produced is then made available as free downloads from the Museum website so that visitors to the Museum can listen via their mp3 players (or whatever) to the music… Continue
Added by Ashley McAvoy on September 29, 2009 at 21:14 —
Added by Jorge Lizalde on September 28, 2009 at 20:31 —
brought to you by Undeb Theatre
3pm - 3am
10 Feet Tall, Cardiff
The mini festival will take over the whole of nightclub 10 Feet Tall; theatre, comedy, poetry and all for the price of a pint! The event is a must see, starting at 3 and going on until late, THE PROJECT will offer a night you will never forget, so get your dancing shoes on & your thinking caps at the… Continue
Added by Alexander Vlahos on September 27, 2009 at 23:06 —
"The purpose of theater is not to fix the social fabric, not to incite the less perceptive to wake up and smell the coffee, not to preach to the converted about the delights (or the burdens) of a middle-class life. The purpose of theater, like magic, like religion - those three harness mates - is to inspire cleansing awe." From "Three Uses Of The Knife: On The Nature And Purpose Of Drama", by David Mamet.
Added by Othniel Smith on September 27, 2009 at 9:58 —
from the makers of
YEAR of the BEAR presents
SOMETHING IS WRONG WITH ABEL
As the title might suggest, the show is loosely based on the biblical characters Cain and Abel. Mostly Cain actually since Abel was a boring, peach-fuzz-faced-goody-goody who never did anything worth writing about, apart from taunt the hero of our piece until he finally snapped. Who wouldn’t snap?
Anyway, Cain has… Continue
Added by Ellie Carter on September 25, 2009 at 10:29 —
Hi everybody. So, I'm still drowning in the whole world of online drama and learning more everyday. I know I've put a few discussions up about ARG and online interactive drama but thought that this would be a chance for you to see it in action.
Hatty Rainbow is a kooky musician that was raised in a hippy commune and is doing her best to fit into university life in Cardiff.
Added by Bethan Marlow on September 25, 2009 at 7:32 —
Next week, we will have our SECOND
This time, three creative people (to be announced next week) are going to be working together in a secret location on a brand new theme.
[If you are one of the artists who will be working on Respond next week or if you happen to know the location - please don't let on! It's all going to be kept a secret until next week!]
What are the urgent news, events and current issues that you think National Theatre… Continue
Added by Catherine Paskell on September 24, 2009 at 11:00 —
I am developing and testing our debate programme's first test, called Picnic Station
It will involve experts*, picnic blankets and cb radios and take place Tuesday 29th September 2009 at 7pm
at the National Museum Cardiff
The theme… Continue
Added by Mathilde Lopez on September 22, 2009 at 17:00 —
It is the first Saturday in weeks where I have had "a weekend". I have come back from the shops. I did my washing. I uploaded some photos to IPhoto...and that's when I saw my as-yet unblogged Edinburgh journey. So I hope I'm not too late to share some of my Edinburgh highlights!
The first show I saw was on the same day we arrived and marked a fantastic start to the festival. Tim Price had a new short play, For Once
, performed… Continue
Added by Catherine Paskell on September 21, 2009 at 17:30 —
Directed by Louise Osborn with music by James Williams & design by Carl Davies
A story of adventures great and small - and of the writer who imagined them all
Don't miss out on the first week of this new production! We're opening at Whitchurch High School on 29th, Campws Gartholwg on 30th and Sherman Cymru on 2nd and 3rd October... then it's off on tour right across Wales & dipping into England.
A biting newplay from Kit Lambert bringing… Continue
Added by Hijinx Theatre on September 21, 2009 at 14:16 —
Head for Arts are currently looking for an enthusiastic practitioner to lead a weekly welsh language adult drama class in Ebbw Vale
Sessions will be starting from 2nd November. The purpose of the class is to encourage Welsh Language Learners to utilse their linguistic skills outside of a classroom environment and in a more social setting.
Work produced during these sessions will feed into a large scale community play, to be staged on the Ebbw Vale Eisteddfod site in… Continue
Added by Beth Lewis on September 21, 2009 at 12:30 —
I walk around old haunts in Bridgend.
It takes most of the day. I make sure to loiter for a few moments outside an ex-girlfriend's house. I am gratified to see her mum has installed solar panels - it seems so optimistic and forward-thinking. Then I remember her mum follows a religion which expects the apocalypse to arrive any minute now and urges its followers to prepare for the… Continue
Added by Gary Owen on September 21, 2009 at 12:00 —
thanks to all who came to the RESPOND event last night- it has been a challenging and provocative week of creativity and great to see work instantly responding to modernity to create debate and give voice to dissent. I have thoroughly enjoyed working with the other collaborators and the team at NTW who helped make it happen. Thanks.It is where welsh theatre needs to go and something that has been lacking for years.Well done NTW and Catherine, John, Ellie, Tom and Eina.
Also, in a… Continue
Added by patrick jones on September 21, 2009 at 11:32 —
There is something extraordinary going on in the compendium of mini-works
pages that lurk in the Writers’ ghetto of this fine social network. Described by John McGrath as Really rather special!
it’s high time that you, dear reader/writer/director/etc, popped in and had a look.
The idea is to create plays in only 200 Characters – counting every keystroke except the spacebar – and see where it goes. At the time of writing there are 11 new and original pieces to be found;… Continue
Added by Terry Victor on September 20, 2009 at 12:39 —