Joanne Rebecca Sealey
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What I do:
Actor, Writer, Singer
A little more about me:
Welshie born and bred. Now in London.
I am co-founder of emberfly theatre. A theatre company specialising in creating opportunities for emerging artists. Check us out I trained as an actor at East 15 drama school in 2015 and have been living in London ever since.

I was a drama student at Aberystwyth University and just graduated with First Class Honours. I get involved as much as I can with different theatre companies and love to see new and innovative theatre. I love Shakespeare but am more interested in seeing it in a contemporary context, e.g National Theatre's Henry V, RSCs Julius Caesar or Propeller's work.
Some of my favourite playwrights are Howard Barker, Kaite O'Reilly, James Graham, Philip Ridley and Martin McDonagh. I'm always interested in trying something new.
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Joanne Rebecca Sealey's Blog

My first blog! My love of WalesLab

Hi NTW friends!
I wanted to share some of my experiences with you as an artist and how WalesLab and taking part in Summercamp helped me get to what I'm up to today. 
I was part of Summercamp 2013 where I met many lovely people and had to joy experience working with Simon Coates and Matt Ball. 
When I was there I was fresh our of university and was brimming with ideas, projects and had dipped my fingers into so many pies having wanted to get the most out of…

Posted on March 6, 2017 at 2:26

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At 3:55 on August 13, 2013, Jan Miller said…

Hello Jo!!!! I saw you in the corner of one of my photos from summercamp yesterday - smiling and being your lovely self - how spooky you got in touch on the same day!!!! are you going to write/record those holiday stories for me and the rest of the world then? With your voice and your impersonations??? I think they'd be fab.  We are all well and getting ready for our holiday in London on Thursday - we're taking the children to the Harry Potter Experience and I have to say, I'm pretty excited myself ha ha... I had a really smashing time in Cardiff on Saturday - we had the TEAM panel meeting and then I went out to dinner with Sarah, Budd and Brent which was THE best time out since summer camp. You know me though, I wanted to stay!  However, back in the land of the North, I have had a pretty good week and I've just had some good news (literally the email before your one), to say I've got onto an Artists as Learners at Oriel Mostyn - it's for artists to engage with hard-to-reach young people in galleries and I am so delighted  (I was scared to open the email as I really, really wanted it...). And, I took my 'Queen of the Sea' piece to talk to an arts council officer last week at the Eisteddfod and she's encouraged me to apply for R&D funding - I know it's a long shot, but I'm much encouraged.  So, what happened on holiday...?

At 21:07 on July 1, 2013, Jan Miller said…

Hey there!  I was thinking about you yesterday... wondering how you were and wishing you were making me laugh in the kitchen at Trearddur Bay! I would love to be your friend - you look like you're gonna be busy... wish I was there to get involved - hope we can meet soon Jo - love love love - and theatre of course xxxxxxxxx


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