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Comment by Jason Marc-Williams on September 6, 2009 at 18:29
Hello Everyone I just thought I would leave a quick message to Say that if you can be around in swansea on thursday Night I am performing in "Out of the Goldfish Bowl" with the Wales Graduate Theatre Company at the Talesin Theatre @ 7:30 box office si 01792 602060

would be great to see old friends and meet some new face considering we are all welsh

and "Out of the Goldfish Bowl" is all about Welsh Men


Hope to see you there also check out the wales graduate theatre company blog


Much Love

xxx
Comment by Sarah-Jane Broderick on August 3, 2009 at 15:38
Hi there.

I'm looking for creatives interested in a possible theatre project.
I am one half of JazzCakes, a relatively new art collective. At the moment we're looking to find empty spaces, shops, galleries etc to use to put on exhibitions and collections of new and interesting talent. We're looking into gathering a group of actors, set designers, writers etc to put on a piece of theatre, maybe with the possibility of touring through Cardiff using empty spaces.

Might sound a bit wooly at the moment, it's all quite new but if you have any questions or if you're interested please contact us!

jazzcakes@googlemail.com


Sarah-Jane
Comment by Caroline Anne Milsom on July 29, 2009 at 17:43
If anyone's heading to the fringe and fancies a bit of musical comedy at its finest....
Exeter University Footlights are performing
I LOve You, You're Perfect, Now Change
at C-Venue's newest venue- CSoco on Chambers Street.
I'm not in it so not entirely biased- I honestly think its hilarious!

THanks!
Comment by Stacey Daly on July 29, 2009 at 16:25
press release_The Censor.docHi,

Following on from my last posting, thought you might be interested in reading the press release issued today!
Hope you can catch a performance!

Cheers
Stacey
Comment by Nathan Keates on July 24, 2009 at 8:33
Had a drop-out for the charity gig this Saturday. Anyone able to improvise a 45 minute show?
Get in touch.
Cheers.
Comment by Clifford Lyonette on July 19, 2009 at 17:14



In mid rehearsals at the moment, my first performance @ The Soho Theatre (London)as part of an amazing season. If anyone's in London and fancies watching some cheap shows (£5-£10).
Comment by Catherine Morris on July 19, 2009 at 14:30

From 'Chasing Rainbows' with Hijinx now to the Edinburgh Festival! If anyone is going up to the festival this year come and see me in 'Luck Dip', it's a quirky little comedy written by Stuart Price of Stopped Clock Theatre Company. It's about an hour long and it's on everyday at 1.30pm at C venue 34, 5th-31st August. Hope to see you there, let me know if anyone else is performing there, support the Welsh!
Comment by Nathan Sussex on July 17, 2009 at 17:44
hi John
its on the wed 16th-sat 19th september. hope you can make one of the shows be grerat to see you there
Comment by National Theatre Wales on July 17, 2009 at 17:39
Stella, I never saw The Censor and have always wanted to. Is it on the Tuesday evening, the 15th? J
Comment by Stacey Daly on July 15, 2009 at 21:36

'Faction Collective' - the same team that brought Patrick Jones' sell-out production "Revelation" return to Chapter this September with Anthony Neilson's critically acclaimed "The Censor"
"The Censor" premiered at the Finborough Theatre, London, in association with The Red Room in April 1997 and subsequently transferred to the Royal Court Theatre.

A gripping brief encounter between a pornographic artist and the man with the licensing scissors. A moving parable of the critic and artist as a healing and finally tragic love story.

'The play's extraordinary power comes, ironically, entirely from restraint...I've seen nothing finer this year' (Glasgow Herald).

'This is a profound and tragic vision of humanity at its bare, forked basics' (Evening Standard).

'As clever, and considerably less loaded than Oleanna and as topical as Popcorn. It is more unsettling than both, but in its own weird, urgent way almost beautiful' (Guardian).


Chapter Arts Centre: Wk commencing 14th September 2009.....please come and support us, we'd be most grateful - I'll be sending more info. and reminders closer to the performance dates - thanks so much!

Faction Collective
Director: Chris Durnall
Cast: Julie Barclay, Stacey Daly and Nathan Sussex
 

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