Catherine Dyson
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What I do:
Performing, devising, writing
A little more about me:
Having collaborated with many brilliant companies and theatre makers, I am now focussing more on creating my own work and developing myself as a writer.
Projects I’m working on:
'We Don't Live Here Anymore', a solo piece with developed with WalesLab 2014, performed at last year's Pulse Festival in Ipswich, recently developed further with the support of Arts Council Wales performed at South Street Arts Centre in Reading in January 2015. Performances and tour in Wales planned for Spring 2016.

My ten minute play 'My Electric Soul' was recently selected for the first TAITH event at the Sherman theatre, their new development scheme for new writing.

Working as a writer with RedCape Theatre company on their new show, 'Be Brave And Leave For The Unknown', which will open and tour Autumn 2015.

Working as a performer on 'Light Is Like...' with Matt Ball.

My 15 minute drama 'If We Were Fish' was broadcast on BBC Wales in October 2014.

Catherine Dyson's Blog




It was a day like any other day.

He just went out for some cigarettes...

She was on her way to a…


Posted on March 5, 2014 at 5:48 — 2 Comments

Into the Wild

View from a window at the Park and Dare


The wilderness is a poor place to put your worries, your concerns, your dreams, your hopes, thoughts, wishes and happinesses. The wild simply is…


Posted on February 25, 2014 at 12:10 — 1 Comment

'Slideshow': A Waleslab project at the Park and Dare


The story I'm telling is about a family. It is a mystery of sorts. There is a disappearance, and there are secrets. There are thwarted dreams, buried like unexploded bombs. The storyteller is looking for clues, and invites you to join in the search.…


Posted on February 8, 2014 at 0:57 — 1 Comment

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At 3:37 on July 26, 2015, Katherine Chandler said…

Hi Catherine,

Yes of course, I'm in Chapter in rehearsals all of this week so can grab a coffee at some point or please feel free to message me and I can send you my email. thanks Kath

At 10:14 on March 13, 2015, Nerea Martinez de Lecea said…

fab. XXX

At 7:20 on March 13, 2015, Nerea Martinez de Lecea said…
Have you seen this film..? X
At 5:49 on March 3, 2015, Nerea Martinez de Lecea said…

Hi Catherine, I've sent you an email :) X

At 8:07 on September 29, 2014, Catherine Paskell said…

Hi Catherine - please can you message me with the following for Scratch Space:

2. Message me on this community with your name, project title if it has one, and contact details  (to keep your personal details private)

Thanks Cx

At 7:29 on March 16, 2014, Nerea Martinez de Lecea said…
At 14:03 on March 5, 2014, Nerea Martinez de Lecea said…

thanks Catherine. X

At 8:39 on February 28, 2014, Ailsa Richardson said…

Glad it was useful, please be on touch if you want to talk through any ideas or want to shed any more light on my more abstract written comments! A 

At 1:22 on February 28, 2014, Ailsa Richardson said…

Yes I enjoyed our gathering and your sharing of work in Treorci, thank you! Ailsa x

At 14:31 on February 27, 2014, Nerea Martinez de Lecea said…

Hi Catherine. Your writing is so beautiful and evocative. We've had lots of thoughts and reflections on your sharing.Thank you for tonight. Please feel free to get my email off Simon if you'd like to keep in touch. Am still thinking about your words and the story and possible visual elements. I think there's potential for a Found&Lost collaboration, if you're interested. Great work. N xxx


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