Scratch that Itch

I would like to talk about going back to Scratch. We have decided to launch a Scratch theatre event offering an opportunity to theatre companies, performers and writers to show pieces of work in the very early stages of development.

Supported by NTW TEAM

Location: Swansea
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Latest Activity: May 15, 2015

Scratch That Itch!

Scratch That Itch nights aim to give people a chance to share ideas with others and get feedback in a relaxed friendly atmosphere. It is not Britain’s got talent you wont be given feedback by a panel of judges only by those who chose to approach you to discuss your piece or those who you approach and ask or perhaps some one will leave you a note in your feedback book.
Scratch That Itch is supported by NTW TEAM. If you are interested in taking part in future events or would like us to come to your town please email:-
Hope to hear from you all soon

Check out the vid of past events

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What day of th eweek is best for Scratch?

So a problem I have when booking an event is finding the best day to book for the event so hit me back with some ideas. Next one will be some point after July 7th.Continue

Started by Brent Morgan Jun 6, 2013.

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Comment by Brent Morgan on March 16, 2015 at 9:56

Hi James working on the next one at the moment so nothing confirmed yet but fingers crossed we will be looking at early May.

Comment by Emma MacNab on March 10, 2015 at 6:18

Hi all! Just a reminder that the next NTW Workout and Skill Swap is in Bridgend on 21st March. It's a great place to have a play with your scratch piece before you get it up in front of an audience, or to develop it further after you've tested it at Scratch. Email Laura at to reserve your place.

Comment by James Ellis on March 10, 2015 at 6:07

Hey. When is the next STI? 

I have a short play to submit (and possibly act in also). 



Comment by Brent Morgan on January 26, 2015 at 8:29

We are looking for actors to perform some scripts that have been submitted for Scratch That Itch Bridgend. There is no fee unfortunately but is a great way to get involved with new writing and writers at the early part  stages of the work. please email letmescratchthatitch@gmail if interested. The event is Jan 29th at Bridgend Carnegie House Arts & Culture Hub.

Comment by Brent Morgan on January 16, 2015 at 6:20

The Next Scratch is coming up it will be in Bridgend on Jan 29 for more info please check out this blog. We are looking for people to share work in progress as well as actors to perform in the pieces.

Comment by Lisa Wells-Turner on December 19, 2014 at 1:17

Newport and Cardiff TEAM Workout dates for the New Year are finalised!  Hurray!  17th January in Newport and 21st February in Cardiff.  Blog with links to Events is here - hopefully see you soon!

Comment by Lisa Wells-Turner on November 16, 2014 at 1:59

The next TEAM Workout & Skill Swap in Bangor is approaching fast - 2 weeks to go! 

Anyone not yet signed up or wanting to know more about it just drop a line to - blog about it can be found here

Roll on the 30th!

Comment by Kelsey Richards on September 1, 2014 at 5:56


For those who were at the last Sherman Scriptslam, or the latest Scratch Night you might remember my ten minute short "The Gift"

This was part of a longer piece which will be performed at Swansea Grand Theatre Arts Wing on the 27th September - would be great to see some familiar faces there for support! Ticket details @

And if you can't make it on the 27th Sept in Swansea, check it out in Porthcawl Grand Pavilion on the 1st October (

Do say hello if you pop in! Xx

Comment by Lisa Wells-Turner on August 26, 2014 at 1:07

Hey everyone.  Just a reminder that the next TEAM Workout & Skill Swap session is coming up in Cardiff on the 6th September.  Details are here ...

Any queries or questions do get in touch.


Comment by Ingrid Lagouanelle on July 8, 2014 at 1:19

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