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Intergalactic producer required

The Intergalactic Caravan is an older persons clowning project, funded by The Newbury Corn Exchange Theatre, 101 Outdoor Arts Creation Space and the Arts Council, England.Working with a group of over…Continue

Started by Kristoffer Huball Aug 18, 2017.

WNO Ticket offer for young people

Hi friends! For the past few months I've been working with WNO on an innovative modern opera all about student activism. This is the biggest project I've ever worked on, and I highly recommend…Continue

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Started by Emrys Barnes Jul 13, 2016.

Space 101

For anyone interested in large scale outdoor theatre... Space 101 opened last night following an amazing Devoted and Disgruntled from Improbable on the state of outdoor arts. 101 is a 10,000 sq ft…Continue

Started by Kristoffer Huball Oct 24, 2014.

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Comment by Daniel O'Gorman on June 20, 2012 at 11:20

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Mercury Artist Management is partnered, for 6months of the year with Wales' Biggest Talent Competition: Cardiff's Got Talent.
It is now looking for those to sign up to work for it for period of time (experience depending) to help produce, tech, scout and manage some of the hottest new and emerging artists in entertainment, theatre and music.

If you are interested, please email your CV to:

Comment by Greg Cullen on May 14, 2012 at 13:54

Hello everyone,

"Love at First Light" finishes its run at Chapter Arts Centre this Saturday.   Its been getting a great response thus far. We're in a development phase, but its still a show packed with great performances and much to relish.

The richly comic “Love at First Light”, like first love and childhood, takes place on a blissful summer’s day by the sea.  A vivid array of eccentric, hilarious and troubled characters find themselves sitting next to one another, soaking up the sun wondering what became of their first loves.  From a couple who swing, to an old woman remembering her G.I. lover, a lost Pakistani woman with a feast for her friends to a misanthropic man in search of peace to write his memoir, we unravel what brought them to this beach, which by the way seems to be playing tricks on them


“ Love at First Light” comes from the award winning team of writer Greg Cullen and choreographer Phil Williams, whose last show “Muscle” won the prestigious Herald Angel Award at the Edinburgh Festival before a successful tour of Wales. Based on interviews with real people, truth once again proves stranger than fiction as memories swing between the hilarious to the deeply moving and tender.


With a cast that includes TV presenter and actor Hannah Daniels, Trinidadian singer Mary-Ann Roberts, S4C regular Jams Thomas and newcomer Rhys Downing, “Love at First Light” is a rollercoaster of entertainment that is becoming the stock in trade for Cardiff based company Shock n Awe Performance Co.  Fans of “Muscle” will recognise the excellent Francois Pandolfo who shines alongside Lisa Zahra, Natalie Paisey and Gary Knowles.


Greg and Phil first worked together on groundbreaking productions for the National Youth Theatre of Wales such as “Café Cariad” and “An Informer’s Duty”. They formed Shock n Awe in 2010 to continue combining dance and drama in new and exciting ways. “Love at First Light” is no exception and promises a feast of music, dance and wonderful stories.

Comment by Matt Ball on May 11, 2012 at 8:11

Not in Wales but here's a paid oportunity for a producer 

Comment by Luke John Slade on May 7, 2012 at 23:18

Hey everyone i'm luke, i'm not a producer yet but i am looking for work and i'm still trying to brake into the acting industry, can you add me as your friend and help by giving me some tips, techniques you perfer and what ever you think would help to get on the stage, thank you, luke"

Comment by Jody Tozer on May 2, 2012 at 16:16

Hi everyone, I operate a scheme that helps people collaborate on short films. If you're interested in getting experience in film, please see my and message me your email address with the skills you have, to be added to the database

Comment by Sarah Jane Leigh on March 26, 2012 at 9:33

Hi everyone,

I'm Sarah and I just recently joined this group. I currently act as producer for a small children's theatre company called Tucked In who are based in London but Tour around the UK. I took up the post of assistant producer just after finishing my Masters in Arts Admin at Goldsmith's University in London in order to gain experience and learn about producing on the job but have had little coaching or a mentor to learn from. I was wondering if anyone knew about any shadowing opportunities with Producers in the South Wales area? As I feel like this would be invaluable experience and also would help me better my own professional practice. Any advice that anyone could offer would be gratefully accepted.

Many Thanks


Comment by Kenon Man on March 12, 2012 at 17:47

Sherman Cymru are organising a small scale site-specific synposium event to celebrate the last day of Grid Iron's performance Barflies on the 24th March 2012.

The synposium will take place from 2-4pm at Sherman Cymru in the basement rehearsal room. It will be hosted by Judith Doherty, the Producer and Co-Artisitic Director of Grid Iron Theatre Company, and chaired by staff from Sherman Cymru's Creative Learning team.

The synposium invites practitioners of all ages and experiences, from those with mountains of site-specific theatre making experience to those who are just intrigued by the journey that this kind of work can take them on, to attend the event. It is an opportunity to explore the work of different site-specific artists through informal chats and discussions.

This is a FREE event, if you would like to attend please RSVP with your full name to   

Comment by Yvonne Murphy on February 6, 2012 at 20:36

Hi, I am producing & directing a night of script in hand rehearsed readings at The gate Arts Centre, Cardiff next week - The Alternative Valentine Event - Two new dark Comedies on 11th, 12th & 14th February @ 8pm. Tickets £5. Box Office 02920 483344

Comment by carmen medway-stephens on January 10, 2012 at 11:23

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Comment by Jay Smith on December 28, 2011 at 0:47

Hey Guys,

I'd like to draw everyones attention to a unique performance project at Swansea Metropolitan University in January.

PROJECT SENSE - Is a multi disciplinary and multi sensory performance linking departments across the university to create a wonderfully creative and unique performance.

'Project Sense is a Welsh Government funded performance project that encourages students and recent graduates to be entrepreneurial and consider how their skills can be applied commercially.

Students and graduates from a wide variety of disciplines across the Met have joined forces to form a pan University theatre company. This extra curricular project is being run as a professional company with participants collaborating and making all the decisions. The Met has a strong background in supporting business start ups and all the students involved in the project are being offered advice to help them if they choose to start up their own business or become a self employed practitioner.

The project is supported by a series of workshops by professional companies and practitioners. The students and graduates are from a range of different subjects including Business, Marketing, Video, Music Technology, Animation, Photography, Technical Theatre and Performing Arts. It will be the first time that so many subjects have collaborated on a project.'

Hopefully we shall see you there.


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