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Comment by Kristoffer Huball on January 22, 2010 at 10:34
Hello everyone. Just a quick note to see what projects people are planning for the Summer? After graduating from the Lecoq school in Paris I'm moving back to Wales from June until October and want to get the professional ball rolling, so to speak. Drop me a message for C.V's headshots or even just a chat! Kris.
Comment by Robert Harper on January 18, 2010 at 10:35
Hello Everyone,
Just wanted to say hello as I'm dearly looking forward to getting back on the acting horse after a break of a few years.
Up for it all!
Comment by Philip Rapier on January 12, 2010 at 21:01
Auditions will be held at Chapter in February for the Everyman Open Air Theatre Festival- July 2010 at St Fagans. Unpaid but exciting opportunity for actors singers and techies to work with professional directors. These are open auditions for Much Ado About Nothing, H.M.S.Pinafore, Winnie the Pooh and Gair am Air* (*A Welsh Language Production) Please follow the link to the Everyman Theatre Website to obtain your audition form and book a time.
Comment by samantha anderson on January 5, 2010 at 8:31
Hey does anyone know of any opportunities to join theatre.
Comment by Catherine Morris on December 17, 2009 at 12:33

Torch Theatre Company presents
written by Peter Doran and James Williams
directed by Peter Doran
designed by Sean Crowley
Cast include:
Pinocchio - Russell Clough
Freddy the Fox - Tom Cullen
Felina the Cat - Catherine Morris
The Blue Fairy - Buddug Verona James
Geppetto/MC/Ravenelli - Mike Neary
Lampwick/Cricket - Jake Norton

Jimminy Cricket! Now here’s a magical adventure for Christmas!

All manner of wonders emerge in this wonderful version of the classic childrens’ fantasy story. Brought to life in Geppetto’s magical workshop this fun packed show full of music, magic and laughter takes us on a fairytale adventure to meet Stromboli the puppetmaker, talking crickets, a mysterious gypsy and boys who turn into donkeys! Then we’ll be swimming underwater, where there’s a shark with an amazing appetite ….. but we’ll have to keep our wits about us – or we may end up inside a whale! Can you even begin to imagine that?! This little puppet has a big heart, and a veeeery looooooong nose and you can help him learn what it takes to be a real boy.

This Christmas, let us take you to a place where dreams come true!

Public Performances
Saturday 19 at 7.30pm
Monday 21 at 7.30pm
Tuesday 22 2.30pm

Tuesday 22 7.30pm (Santa at 7.30pm performance) SOLD OUT!

Wednesday 23 at 2.30pm & 7.30pm
Thursday 24 2.30pm (Santa at 2.30pm performance) SOLD OUT!

Monday 28 at 5.00pm
Tuesday 29 at 7.30pm
Wednesday 30 at 2.00pm & 6.00pm
Thursday 31 at 2.30pm

Saturday 2 at 2.00pm & 6.00 pm

Tickets: ₤12.50 (₤8.50)
Family Ticket: ₤36.00
Space: Main House
Comment by Ieuan Watkins on December 16, 2009 at 16:42
Thought I should join the Actors' group, as I was taken on by an agent last year after she saw me in a semi-pro production. Was it a new dawn?
Comment by Laura Jeffs on December 9, 2009 at 19:09
hello, i was just wondering about auditions for the shows next year - I have heard about a couple of them through Spotlight, but was just wondering if the details were going to be posted on the social network for any of them?
Comment by Nathan Keates on November 13, 2009 at 7:27
Ludus Ludius is casting for its new long-form improv production that will play monthly on Wednesdays @ The Gate Arts centre. 'Harold' came all the way from USA to Cardiff just to make us feel good. The 'Harold' begins with one suggestion from the audience. A duo fully explore the suggestion through scenes and games, creating stories, characters and relationships that eventually weave together seamlessly, all from a theme that derived from the audience.

Interested in starting fully improvised performances, get in touch...
Comment by Gemma McAvoy on October 26, 2009 at 12:06
Interestingly, whilst John is on the look out for Valley's actors, the valleys are being branded as the "Heart and Soul of Wales" in a three-year marketing campaign". Here is the link to the story on the BBC website -

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