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Andy Field commented on National Theatre Wales's blog post Edgelands and NTW Bed Offer Results!
"Thanks John!   For everyone who can't make it, we still very much want you to feel like you have the opportunity to be meaningfully involved. One of the most important parts of the day will be the conversation that will be happening online…"
Jul 26, 2011
Andy Field commented on Andy Field's blog post Call for artists! Forest Fringe Microfestival in Swansea with National Theatre Wales, 24 & 25 April 2009
"Hi Jorge, At this stage we don't know where the event will be held as we're still exploring spaces. It will however definitely revolve around a 'hub' space which will accommodate installations, little public interventions and…"
Jan 28, 2010
Jorge Lizalde commented on Andy Field's blog post Call for artists! Forest Fringe Microfestival in Swansea with National Theatre Wales, 24 & 25 April 2009
"Hi Andy, Really interested. Could you please tell us or me a bit more information about it. And what will be the deadline? is there any link? Thanks Jorge"
Jan 28, 2010
john norton commented on Andy Field's blog post Call for artists! Forest Fringe Microfestival in Swansea with National Theatre Wales, 24 & 25 April 2009
"hi Andy - i believe we encountered each other last evening in a shoe shop - i'm interested in this project - currently quite heavily immersed in Heart of Darkness but please put me on the curious list . cheers . DaveJohn"
Jan 21, 2010
Andy Field commented on Andy Field's blog post Call for artists! Forest Fringe Microfestival in Swansea with National Theatre Wales, 24 & 25 April 2009
"Hi Megan, Thanks for your interest. I'm just collecting information from interested folk at the moment and trying to figure out exactly how the whole thing is going to work - something we won't know for sure until we've settled on…"
Jan 18, 2010
megan broadmeadow commented on Andy Field's blog post Call for artists! Forest Fringe Microfestival in Swansea with National Theatre Wales, 24 & 25 April 2009
"Hi Sounds great- can you tell me when then deadline is- and what information you need ? Cheers:-)"
Jan 18, 2010
Laura Howe commented on Andy Field's blog post Call for artists! Forest Fringe Microfestival in Swansea with National Theatre Wales, 24 & 25 April 2009
"would anyone be interested in getting together to do something for this? It sounds like fun..."
Jan 15, 2010
Leona Jones commented on Andy Field's blog post Call for artists! Forest Fringe Microfestival in Swansea with National Theatre Wales, 24 & 25 April 2009
"Yep, I agree! I'll send some bits and bobs. All the best with it."
Jan 8, 2010
Colleen Lynch commented on Andy Field's blog post Call for artists! Forest Fringe Microfestival in Swansea with National Theatre Wales, 24 & 25 April 2009
"Hi! I live in Swansea and would absolutely love to be involved. it sounds AMAZING!! I will e-mail you my details!! :)"
Jan 7, 2010
A blog post by Andy Field was featured

Call for artists! Forest Fringe Microfestival in Swansea with National Theatre Wales, 23rd & 24th April 2009

Forest Fringe began in Edinburgh as a space where artists could experiment and play in the midst of the festival. In only three years we’ve created one of the most exciting spaces at the festival, filled with new artistic experiments and unusual encounters, everything from intimate, hidden audio experiences to epic rambling folk operas. Just as importantly Forest Fringe has become a bustling community of artists and audiences, sharing…See More
Jan 6, 2010
Andy Field posted a blog post

Call for artists! Forest Fringe Microfestival in Swansea with National Theatre Wales, 23rd & 24th April 2009

Forest Fringe began in Edinburgh as a space where artists could experiment and play in the midst of the festival. In only three years we’ve created one of the most exciting spaces at the festival, filled with new artistic experiments and unusual encounters, everything from intimate, hidden audio experiences to epic rambling folk operas. Just as importantly Forest Fringe has become a bustling community of artists and audiences, sharing…See More
Jan 6, 2010
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Nov 16, 2009
Mathilde Lopez commented on Andy Field's blog post Guardian Article
"Spot on, thanks Andy."
Jun 3, 2009
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Jun 1, 2009
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May 28, 2009
National Theatre Wales commented on Andy Field's blog post Guardian Article
"Andy, I was in Holland at the weekend - offline and on trains! so only saw this when I got back Tuesday evening. It's a fantastic blog with a spot-on understanding of what we are about. Thanks for getting it so right!"
May 27, 2009

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What I do:
I run a venue at the Edinburgh Festival called Forest Fringe which tries to provide a home for work that wouldn't otherwise find one at the festival.

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Call for artists! Forest Fringe Microfestival in Swansea with National Theatre Wales, 23rd & 24th April 2009



Forest Fringe began in Edinburgh as a space where artists could experiment and play in the midst of the festival. In only three years we’ve created one of the most exciting spaces at the festival, filled with new artistic experiments and unusual encounters, everything from intimate, hidden audio experiences to epic rambling folk operas. Just as importantly Forest Fringe has become a… Continue

Posted on January 6, 2010 at 16:00 — 8 Comments

Guardian Article

Hi NTW-folk,

Had a truly delightful time at the launch party last week. Very excited about everything.

Have written up a little piece for the Guardian blog about it.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/stage/theatreblog/2009/may/26/national-theatre-wales

Let me know your thoughts.

All the best,

Andy

Posted on May 26, 2009 at 16:30 — 4 Comments

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