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Comment by Yasmin Williams on January 30, 2023 at 3:42

Commissions for Emerging Artists aged 18-30 in Rhondda Cynon Taff

  • for creatives of any and all disciplines!
  • apply for a pot of money to make work!
  • join us at Make It! Commission Workshop to find out how...

Wednesday 8th February, 5:30 - 8:30pm, The Factory, Porth, CF39 9PP

Follow the link for more details and to reserve your spot:

Feel free to email me if you have questions!

Comment by Carys Seren Mol on March 10, 2022 at 2:25

#OpenOut2022 #AgorAllan2022

Sharing Articulture's latest series of commissions and development opportunities for Artists in Wales - #OpenOut2022 #AgorAllan2022

There are three rounds of opportunities:

  • Create & Tour: Wales - three new commissions for under-represented Artists who want to develop and tour new outdoor arts in Wales
  • Create & Tour: UK & Ireland - two commissioning opportunities in partnership with a new ‘Four Nations’ partnership, led by Surge in Scotland
  • Connecting & Developing Outdoor Arts Ideas - networking events and ongoing surgeries with outdoor arts Producers.

NOTE: The deadline to express an interest in ‘Create & Tour: Wales’ is this Friday 11 March - but all that Artists need to do is drop Articulture an email to say hello, nothing more.

Full details:  


Please share with any artists you feel might be interested in creating and touring outdoor arts. Many thanks!

Comment by Chris Harris on November 1, 2021 at 22:48




In A Comedy, six individuals are brought together to face the task of creating ‘A Guide To Humour’. Unique, mischievous and controversial personalities collide as they explore the nature of humour in a post-COVID world of cancel-culture and sensitivity.


A diverse group of performers will devise this riotous and challenging stage of the R&D, asking us to consider what is funny nowadays...and what isn’t!


The dramaturg will be an integral part of the R&D, present at both phases of the devising process and involved in structuring and preparing the material for a final presentation. Other duties and responsibilities include:


- Administration and research of creative work with Co-ordinator

- Identifying potential audiences alongside the Producer

- Working independently with different members of the team, as necessary

- Attendance at two digital meetings/workshops

- Bringing a knowledge and/or understanding of comedy, access and consultancy

- A sense of humour, ideally.


This is an open call and, as such, we are extremely interested in hearing from applicants with protected characteristics and/or those from under-represented communities. Due to the nature of the project, some of the subject matter may be triggering.


Contract: 30 days between December 2021 and March 2022

Fee: £3,600 (plus expenses, as required)


Key Dates

Monday 10th - Friday 21st January 2022 (10 days) in Newport, South Wales

Monday 7th - Friday 18th March 2022 (10 days) in Newport, South Wales

Plus 10 additional days to be agreed with the Co-Ordinator and Producer


Due to budgetary constraints a base of within 30 miles is desirable, but this can be discussed with the right candidate.


If you’re interested, please provide us with a document outlining your experience for, and interest in, the role. This can be in written, audio or video format and should be sent to: We will invite successful candidates to an informal Zoom chat the week of the 22nd November.


Deadline: Friday 12th November 2021, 5pm


This project is funded by the Arts Council of Wales and The Carne Trust, and supported by Tin Shed Theatre and Disability Arts Cymru

Comment by Adeep Krishna on September 11, 2020 at 2:42

Casting Call for student short film Faded. (travel and food expense covered)


Winston [MALE - WHITE/EUROPEAN] (50-60) who lives in care home and suffers from early stages of dementia. He refuses to accept his illness and wants to go back home.

Andrew [MALE - WHITE/EUROPEAN] (30-40) son of Winston. A middle class working person mostly indulged in his job, who is struggling to connect with his father.

Please email profile, showreel to

Comment by Ben Tinniswood on September 7, 2020 at 22:15

Mental Health Charity Newport Mind are embarking on a exciting new project In partnership with Literature Wales & Communities House, Newport. 

we are inviting expressions of interest from writers, filmmakers, and artists to deliver a Piece by Piece, Bridging the Gap project. There are two kinds of paid opportunities available.

If you are passionate about promoting better mental health, particularly among under represented communities in Newport do take a look & get in touch via the link below::

Piece by Piece. A partnership between Newport MInd & Literature...

Comment by Bethan Morgan on August 11, 2020 at 4:53

Mercury Theatre Wales are seeking new Board Members:-

Comment by Bethan Morgan on April 18, 2020 at 3:56

Well it's looking like we're in for the long haul lockdown - we hope everyone's staying safe & well.
Like everyone else Mercury Theatre Wales are having to adapt our plans, so here's our news:-

We'd like to thank Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru / Arts Council of Wales for supporting our forthcoming Homelessness R&D project.
Despite the lockdown, our project will still be starting in May and we'd like to hear expressions of interest for the following roles:-
Actor 1 - Female 30s/40s
Actor 2 - Female 20s
Actor 3 - Male 40s/50s
Actor 4 - Male 20s/30s
Film-maker interested in experimenting with set projection.

We are particularly interested in hearing from actor/musicians with good vocal ability and a South Wales base.
Mercury Theatre Wales is committed to inclusive casting.
Initial meetings and sessions will be done by Zoom.

For more information and to apply, please send your CV to by 24th April.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Comment by Osian Rhys on November 26, 2019 at 0:52

Improvisation Workshop!


All abilities welcome. Feel free to invite whoever you want!

- play!
- improve creative skills.
- develop improv techniques.
- enjoy!

Donations accepted to help pay for the space/insurance.

Continuing fortnightly if there is enough interest.

Future performance possible.

Comment by Paul Jenkins on November 5, 2019 at 4:18

We have a few places left at our HAMLETS Hubs in Newport and Cardiff - starting this Saturday 9th (WMC) and Monday 11th (Newport Riverfront). HAMLETS is a free Wales-wide project exploring the possibility of creating a massive ensemble of young Hamlets. Working with some of Wales' most dynamic theatre-makers we are looking for 18-25 year olds to come along and explore their experience of life in Wales today through Hamlet. All genders and all levels of experience (including none) very very welcome ... details below or email interest to

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Comment by Osian Rhys on August 16, 2019 at 0:31



To choreograph dances and musical numbers in a variety of different styles for a showcase production. To teach dance to students of varying abilities.


Aged 5 - 13, varying skill levels and experience.


Weekly classes (2 hours, Wednesday evenings.) Possible extra classes on Tuesdays as a production nears.

Ideal Candidate:

Qualified to teach dance. Skilled in many styles (Ballet, Jazz, Musical Theatre, Contemporary, Street etc...) Experienced in working with children. Experience of producing performances (Musicals, Plays, Dance Shows, etc...)


£30 per 2 hour class.


September the 11th, 2019 - April, 2020. (With a possibility of continuing on afterwards.)


Please email a short personal statement and CV to

Closing date August the 28th, 2019.


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