Information

Dirty Protest

Dirty Protest are dedicated to producing, developing and promoting new writing and the writers of Wales. We create exciting inclusive new theatre experiences to thrill audiences and extend the reach of new writing across Wales. We put gigs on in pubs, kebab shops, forests...

Dirty Protest are Matthew Bulgo, Branwen Davies, Claire Hill, Catherine Paskell, Tim Price

 

Website: http://www.dirtyprotesttheatre.co.uk
Location: Cardiff/Wales
Members: 282
Latest Activity: Feb 10

Discussion Forum

This group does not have any discussions yet.

Comment Wall

Add a Comment

You need to be a member of Dirty Protest to add comments!

Comment by Kenon Man on May 24, 2010 at 16:17
Hello!
Sherman Cymru’s Cityscape features four Dirty Protest writers - Tracy Harris, Kit Lambert, Bethan Marlow and Emily Steel.

Four plays, each inspired by the City of Cardiff will be performed at different locations around the city from 8 – 12 June.

Tickets are available from Chapter’s Box Office on 029 2030 4400
More info can be found by clicking Sherman Cymru
Comment by Rick Allden on May 7, 2010 at 9:27
Apologies - I had tickets for The Devil Inside Him - but I hear it was a grand night - nice one.
Comment by Mared Swain on May 7, 2010 at 9:23
We had a cracking night in the Milgi Warehouse last night. Thanks to the actors Remy Beasley, Ceri Murphy and Tom Cullen, the writers Mab Jones, Mark Williams, James Graham, Ed Hime, Jack Thorne and Atiha Sen Gupta and the audience for voting (none of which voted for the conservatives!)
Comment by Claire Hill on April 30, 2010 at 9:22
So our actors for the next week's Dirty Protest are - Ceri Murphy, Tom Cullen and Remy Beasley
Comment by Jane Fox on April 26, 2010 at 18:47
Ok That's great ! Thanks Tim. Will send some short plays through to DP in the next week. Best Wishes
Comment by Tim Price on April 25, 2010 at 20:15
Hi Jane, our two slots are taken up now, but send us something to dirtyprotest1@hotmail.co.uk and perhaps we you can take part in our next event?
Comment by Jane Fox on April 16, 2010 at 17:38
Hi Claire, I've just read the blog from Tim.
Can I apply for this opportunity on 6th May? I'm writing for theatre and haven't had anything produced as yet but I had a 10 minute script-in-hand reading at the end of a 6 week writing course in December.
Best Wishes
Jane
Comment by Jane Fox on February 16, 2010 at 16:55
Hi Claire, I'm having trouble getting 2 tickets for Thursday evening. I've tried the DP website and CAI but haven't managed to get any. Can we risk just turning up?
Thanks Jane
Comment by Claire Hill on February 12, 2010 at 18:51
Six writers, six plays, one theme. Dirty Protest Presents.....Out With The Old

Skins writers, award-winning playwrights and one cherrypopper will make up the line up for the latest Dirty Protest event this week.
Fresh from a sell-out performance at Camden's Roundhouse the critically acclaimed Welsh theatre company will present a night of new plays for the price of....well just over a pint.
Curated by award-winning playwright Chloe Moss, the writers were each given the challenge to write a new play with the theme Out With the Old.
In keeping with the company's tradition of short, engaging and entertaining pieces, each play must be no less than three minutes and no more than 10 and had to be written within 4 weeks.
The plays were all first performed at London's Roundhouse in December, with established writers taking the same stage and billing as a selection of newcomers from the theatre's new writing course.
The Cardiff performance will feature one of the newcomers, Cherrypopper Melissa Manteghi, who since writing for Dirty Protest is in talks with one national theatre about writing further commissions.
Melissa will be joined by Skins' writer Lucy Kirkwood, who the Independent recently named as the UK's Brightest Young Stage Writer, Rebecca Lenkiewicz who was the first woman to have an original play on the National Theatre Stage, Colette Kane, Chris Thorpe, and Chloe Moss herself.
Dirty Protest's Claire Hill said, "These plays were seen by a sold out London audience in December and since then we have been dying for our loyal Welsh audiences to see the plays. So it is great to be able to bring them to the Cardiff Arts Institute this week with a brilliant new Welsh cast which includes Matthew Bulgo, Erin Richards and Helen Rosser Davies."
The night will be directed by Dirty Protest's Mared Swain and Mathilde Lopez from National Theatre Wales.

Cardiff Arts Institute, February 18, 8pm. £4

Comment by Tim Price on December 5, 2009 at 14:57
Video from our Kebab shop event:

 

Members (282)

 
 
 

© 2019   Created by National Theatre Wales.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service