We had our last encounter on the streets of Ystradgynlais yesterday. It was great; one participant said: 'until, today, Ystradgynlais, was a name on a map pretty much, I'll never forget it now'. Felt a bit humble after that. Shwmae, Joe Bach!
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There were tears in my eyes we reached the end of Joe Bach in the Museum yesterday; and I'm not ashamed to say it.It has been a pleasure and a privilege being able to delve albeit briefly into this amazing man's life. many thanks to Foundation and the Arts Council for allowing us to do it. Great - I can't wait fro…Continue
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Lighthouse Theatre are looking for an actor (playing age 45-65) to play a grizzled old reporter and a variety of other characters in a promenade performance of a new piece about the Marina in Swansea. Ideally Swansea-based, the commitment would be for three days from October 14th-16th and is pro rata ITC Equity rates. Auditions to be held in Swansea late September. If you are interested please send your CV and photograph to email@example.com. Thanks for your time. Adrian.
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We have had four days in Ystradgynlais working on the Josef Herman project with the foundation. It has been a great week with some fantastic students. Even the locals in the street have said 'Shwmai Joe Bach' to me...
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So, after one of the most amazing experiences of my professional life, a cancelled flight, a night in Bariloche and a 36 hour return journey, we have returned to Mumbles. The sounds of the Wrasaw Concerto ringing out from the Castle were surreal indeed...Diolch yn fawr iawn i'r Wladfa. Taith Arbennig.
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Today in Argentina it is Workers' Day. Rather like Labour Day in the States, it is a day when no-one works. Hasta La Vittoria Siempre...We were working last night however; on a Shakespeare Workshop with the Suburban Players - the BA Amateur Dramatics English Language group. Some exceptionally talented actors working in there second langauge; including a man who's girlfreind is in the University of Glamorgan in Ponty...
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Monday morning and the sun is shining on Buenos Aires. We left Chile yesterday after an amazing five days. Santiago is a booming and growing city and we were treated to a fabulous visit by the British Commonwealth Society. We gave a Shakespeare workshop at The Grange School which was fanatsically creative, and met the Drama teacher there - Annette Owen from Glanamman..The highlights were going to the fire stations of the 14th and 1st districts of Santiago to see the bells that had been…Continue
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Many thanks to everyone who supported us at The Grand, The Melville and Aber Arts Centre. It's great to hear people laughing so much. Not often you get to say - a sell-out tour!
Off to South America - terrifying but exciting at the same time...
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If the audience laugh half as much as we did on day one of rehearsals, then I think we'll be ok...
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The new Celtic story-telling show now has a name...does what it says on the tin. Can't wait to start.
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Just tried on the wigs for She Stoops to Conquer - wonderful. I was born in the wrong era...
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