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National Theatre Wales TEAM

National Theatre Wales TEAM is an open invitation - a chance for you to join in, contribute, and help us generate some magic. Whether you are new to the arts or a veteran culture vulture, TEAM welcomes you and your curiosity, enthusiasm and imagination.

 

TEAM is a network that encompasses a whole range of individuals, from arts professionals, dedicated enthusiasts and those curious ones dipping their toe in for the first time. 

 

 

Website: http://nationaltheatrewales.org/about#team
Location: International
Members: 885
Latest Activity: 4 hours ago

Help Shape The Future

Once you are part of this growing network, you get the chance to take part in our creative activities, get special ticket offers for our shows, and opportunities to assist on our productions.

If you’ve got an idea that you want to share, a creative project that needs an outside eye to glance over it, or you are looking for some guidance from a supportive arts community you have come to the right place.

TEAM can offer you training to help you lead a project with confidence, set up a community group or craft a performance piece.

We invite you to post your events, ideas and opportunities here. Let’s get the word out, shall we?

Take a look at our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/ntwteam/

You can contact us on team@nationaltheatrewales.org

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Comment by Isabelle Paige 4 hours ago

VINCENT RIVER by PHILIP RIDLEY - THIS WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY ONLY!

It is the first time this play will have been staged in Wales, with special permission from Philip Ridley to relocate the setting from East London to Cardiff. It stars Victoria Pugh, whose previous work includes roles in TV dramas Hidden, Pobol y Cwm, and Rownd a Rownd.

"It is hard to ignore that although Vincent River was first produced in 2000, the issues of hate crime that are addressed are still painfully relevant eighteen years later. More insidious though, are the subtle, everyday attitudes that don't make the headlines, but that are complicit in maintaining a society where hate crime will happen. With our production, we hope to directly encourage louder conversations about how these issues affect the LGBT community in Wales." - Luke Hereford, director 

Booking is recommended

To book, follow the link below: 

ticketsource.co.uk/whats-on/cardiff/jacobs-antique-centre/vincent-river-by-philip-ridley

Comment by Naomi Chiffi 8 hours ago

Check out this brilliant training opportunity from our friends at Amnesty International.

This is a fantastic CPD course for anyone with a passion for teaching the next generation about human rights.

Become an Amnesty Teacher or Advisor

Do you know a teacher with a passion for human rights? Let them know about Amnesty International’s Continuing Professional Development programme to become a certified Amnesty Teacher. Over 3 training days, they can explore exciting new resources, tools and methods to deliver human rights education in their classroom and wider school community. Find out more here and apply here.  

 

Are you an experienced human rights teacher? Lend your skills and wisdom to Amnesty’s Teacher Advisory Group. Through termly meetings and online discussion, help them to develop the Amnesty Teacher Programme and better support teachers to teach human rights. Email Amnesty to find out more.

 

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Comment by Gavin Porter on August 30, 2018 at 9:17

I'm taking part in Theatr Iolo's Plattform programme this year, in partnership with The Riverfront in Newport.

Plattform is an artist development programme, this year the theme is making theatre for families.

There will be a weeks R&D in the last half of October and Im I interested in developing a show around climate and environment, about the decisions we make as adults and how they will effect future generations, about how we can create a more hopeful narrative. Im interested in creating labyrinth of unexpected spaces where a story can unfold through performance, sound and/or video. 

Are you a designer (perhaps working with found materials), a sound designer, a poet, a performer, a musician, a digital or ANY OTHER KIND OF ARTIST based in Cardiff, Newport or Bristol who would like to be involved? 

if so email me hello(at)gavinporter.co.uk or Im on Twitter @gavinPorter_ and lets meet for coffee.

Comment by Ray Thomas on August 2, 2018 at 16:56

Comment by Fio on July 26, 2018 at 10:40

We have a whole load of paid opportunities our website Including:  

-Trainee Assistant Producer 

-Trainee Assistant Director 

-Trainee Assistant Stage Manager 

- Youth Theatre Director 

- Youth Theatre Facilitator 

Check them out: 

www.wearefio.co.uk/opportunities

Comment by Isabelle Paige on July 16, 2018 at 21:05

Wanted: a large living room!

An established Cardiff theatre company are searching for somewhere to host a unique site-specific two-person play, set in the lounge of someone’s house. There are three necessities:

-that the lounge is on the ground floor of a house (not a flat)

-that it is large enough to seat between 20 and 35 audience members (chairs, Public Liability Insurance and a Temporary Event Notice will be provided by the company)

-that it is in Cardiff, near a landmark (near the Sherman, Chapter, Porters or The Gate would be ideal!) where audience can meet and be brought to the site. 

The production has a very small budget but we can offer £100 as a token of appreciation. The performances will be the evenings of 19th - 22nd September, with a dress rehearsal on the 18th. 

If you can help, and want to bring magic to your own front room, please email isabellepaige@hotmail.co.uk

Thank you!

Comment by Jeremy Linnell on July 10, 2018 at 7:22

June's SCAB was great and if you missed it you truly missed out. A wonderful and generous night of brilliant, varied performance based work with a lovely, constructive audience. 

July's SCAB will take place at The Moon Cardiff on Womanby Street in Cardiff on July 31st. We'll be there from 7 with the first act kicking off at 8. The venue is fully accessible and completely brilliant. 

WHAT IS SCAB:
A night of new live art and performance. Whether this is your first time trying an idea, one in development or you've just come along to gawk at the amazing displays of talent this is a night for you.

WHAT WE OFFER:
A brilliant and insightful audience prepared to give you support and constructive criticism on how to develop your work and take it further. Invaluable whether you're a new artist or have years of experience. 

WHAT WE WANT:
Performances between 10-20 minutes in length. The new, the strange, the experimental, the weird and different. Move, sing, make noises, say words if it counts as performance or live art we want it. Try out some choreography, a devised piece or maybe just ramble in to a microphone. Basically if you've got live work and you're you're struggling to find a platform to test it on we're for you! 

So if you want to pick at your SCAB and show us what you've got send us an email with an artist bio, a bit about the piece you'll be bringing and its expected length. Send emails to: 

ifyouscratchitwontheal@gmail.com

 

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