Alan Samuel
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What I do:
Ideas are eveywhere - I like to fuel the imagination and then let Sycronicity do its thing. Talk to me.
A little more about me:
I'm a quiet, reserved extrovert with a love of people and positivity.
Projects I’m working on:
Oct 12: Shimli 2.0 (Rrrrriot!)A collaboration between Peergroup, National Theatre Wales and the good people of Rhayader in Mid Wales.
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TEAM opportunities in sunny Rhayader!

Ow Bisty?... that's hello in Rhayader speak.

Hello to all you talented TEAM members out there.

Are you thirsty for adventure?

Ever wondered what people in Mid Wales look and sound like? Now is your chance to find…


Posted on February 14, 2013 at 16:25

Dinner time Riot

I was sitting at home

Not watching TV

When a large woman called by

She said, “come poaching with me”


I’m not a trouble maker

I’m too busy to be bored

But to keep salmon on the menu

Seems like a good cause

Posted on September 6, 2012 at 7:40

Children are the Keys of Paradise...

...but no one likes sandy feet, not even Lily.

Posted on August 19, 2012 at 22:43

Rhayader + National Theatre Wales + PeerGroup

Met with Sarah Leigh tonight and Matt Ball. Shared a meal in the Elan Valley Lodge and met a group of individuals who are going to love their time in the Elan Valley. Good things will be happening in Rhayader - time to talk to the locals.

Posted on August 7, 2012 at 22:08 — 5 Comments

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At 10:26 on October 25, 2012, Jen Thornton said…


It occurs to me that some sort of treasure hunt/experience type thing might capture people for longer than sculpture, especially if it leads to food and beer along the way (naturally). There's loads of interesting history and beautiful things to see in Rhayader so perhaps the answer is to create something that maybe you can follow on your phone, or another way, and discover the stories of the place and amazing views and locations at the same time as having a creative experience. 

If I can make it up to Rhayader at some point soon we should explore it - you'll probably have to help me out on the history and amazing locations though. 

Jen :)

At 22:25 on October 23, 2012, Buddug James Jones said…

'I'm a quiet, reserved extrovert'. Pah! I haven't seen that side yet!

At 11:02 on October 23, 2012, Anna Poole said…

Brilliant. I will look forward to your meddling!

I am so glad it all went well on Sunday and I am very jealous you got more of that amazing food. I really enjoyed my time in Rhayader and we will definitely be back for a visit.

Speak soon Alan,


At 10:43 on October 23, 2012, Jen Thornton said…


It was great to meet you too! I'm sure I'll be back soon - I've had some more thoughts about that art project you mentioned. We should think about that :) 


At 10:59 on October 22, 2012, Anna Poole said…

Hi Alan,

It was lovely to meet you last week and welcome to TEAM! I hope the rest of the weekend went well and I hope to see you again soon. Keep us in the loop with all the Rhayader antics.


At 8:18 on October 3, 2012, Gavin Porter said…

Hi Alan, it was great to meet you and yes what an absolutely beautiful part of the country. 

At 9:10 on August 16, 2012, Suze Owen said…

thanks :)

At 12:55 on June 8, 2010, Rhian Jones said…
Hello Alan!
Welcome to the National Theatre Wales Community.
I hope you enjoy the interaction.

Best wishes


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