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Comment by JazzCakes on September 14, 2009 at 16:26
Hi there,

Sarah-Jane from JazzCakes here.
We're seeking visual artists/designers for a project in T-shirt design. Going to be exciting!

Email us on for more details.


Comment by National Theatre Wales on September 10, 2009 at 22:31
Iwan, it would be good to hear more about the visit.

Tim, exciting days in Bristol with Tom and Emma arriving at the Old Vic. We are hoping to do some kind of collaboration with Bristol, probably in 2011, so keep in touch.
Comment by tim Claydon on August 18, 2009 at 6:54
Im from the other side of the bridge-so to speak. Former dancer and aerialist now choreographer/director-always looking for opertunities both in uk and abroard. Will attach cv etc to my profile.
Comment by Iwan Brioc on August 15, 2009 at 12:10

Roundangle Theatre, Melbourne Fringe winners last year, are visiting me in October. They will perform at the Conwy Feast their performance Potion as well as collaborating on a performance I'm creating on the town walls with 30 young people from all over Europe.

Roundangle developed sensory theatre entirely seperately from the Enrique Vargas inspired brand we have here in Europe, simply through working for three years with the deaf/blind community.

Wondering if there would be an interest anywhere else in hosting them to perform or maybe just to chat.
Comment by Sarah-Jane Broderick on August 3, 2009 at 15:25
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!

Comment by Gareth Gwyn Williams on July 15, 2009 at 10:26
Hey, really happy that Wales has a new theatre ambition on the go and I am very excited!!!
Comment by Michael Kelligan on July 6, 2009 at 10:11
Glad to be part of this exciting group. If I was a big strong boy I would jump at the trip to the Netherlands. I can't understand why everyone is so against doing theatre in theatres. The Sherman arena is one in the most excitng spaces I know.
Comment by Elanor Higgins on July 1, 2009 at 13:24
Hi all,
Well RWCMDs Opera double bill opens tonight at Sherman Cymru, I'm working as Lighting design supervisor on the shows- then tomorrow start production week for WNYO Sweeny Todd as Lighting designer which should be much fun. Will be looking forward to a day of rest and fun at RWCMDs alumini BBQ 11 july - will be my first day off in 19!
Good job I love the work !!!!
Comment by steve fisher on June 30, 2009 at 14:09
hi. i'm new. 'k. cya.
Comment by National Theatre Wales on June 29, 2009 at 22:54
Hi All. Take a look at the blog post on the front page by Mathilde if you get a chance. We are offering an expense-paid visit to the Netherlands to work with the amazing PeerGroup. It's for theatre artists who have an idea that they would like to try out in an intensive 24 hour lab with this extraordinary group. In the longer term we are hoping to bring them to Wales, so who knows what this could be the start of!

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