Llywela Ann
  • 25, Female
  • Wales
  • United Kingdom
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What I do:
currently a second year student at the ATRiUM studying Theatre and Drama (through the medium of Welsh)
A little more about me:
I'm a fluent Welsh speaker from North Wales but I'm currently studying in Cardiff at the University of South Wales. I love writing, devising and going to see new shows, I like to write in English and Welsh. I love meeting new people and learning new things
Location:
Cardiff
Projects I’m working on:
Currently working on my degree

Llywela Ann's Blog

Adolygiad Young Critics: Lights Down, Listen Sessions: 'Terrace' gan Dafydd James

              ‘Terrace’ gan Dafydd James yw’r sioe radio diweddaraf i’w chael ei berfformio yn y Sherman Cymru fel rhan o’r sesiynau  ‘Lights Down, Listen’ gan y Sherman 5 mewn cydweithrediad gyda BBC Wales Radio Drama. Bwriad ‘Lights Down, Listen’ yw cael sioeau radio newydd allan tra tynnu pobl o’i bywydau arferol prysur ag gwneud iddyn nhw gwrando ar rywbeth heb…

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Posted on December 1, 2014 at 19:00

Young Critics Review: Sister Act by @SisterActAber

           Sassy, Soulful and Spectacular.  ‘Sister Act’ at Aberystwyth Arts Center is the feel-good musical of the Summer that will have you dancing in your seats. Based on the 1992 film starring Whoopi Goldberg the…

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Posted on August 1, 2014 at 20:30

Adolygiad Young Critics: 'Banksy: Room in the Elephant' gan Tobacco Factory Theatres

“Banksy: Room In The Elephant. “

                Teitl sydd yn drosiad dyfeisgar am fywyd Tachowa Covington a’r rhyfeddod prydferth  o gartref wnaeth o greu allan o dim byd tu fewn i danc ddŵr gwag  yn Los Angeles, America. Yn 2011, ysgrifennodd Banksy, yr artist “this looks a bit like an elephant” ar draws ochr y tanc ddŵr a ‘i drawsnewid o gartref person fewn i ddarn o…

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Posted on May 14, 2014 at 20:09

Adolygiad Young Critics: 'Dros Y Top' gan Theatr Bara Caws @Theatrbaracaws

       

            Mae Theatr Bara Caws yn cael ei adnabod fel ‘Cwmni Cymuned Cymru’ ag yn ei sioe newydd ‘Dros Y Top’ tydi nhw ddim yn gadael ni lawr. Mae’r sioe yn rifíw sydd yn edrych ar y rhyfel byd gyntaf, pwy, pam ag yn lle ddechreuodd o gan ffocysu’n benodol ar yr effaith cafodd o ar Gymru a’i bobol.  

       Er mwyn gweld yn union pa effaith cafodd Rhyfel ar y bobl,…

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Posted on April 27, 2014 at 20:00

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At 15:11 on May 12, 2014, Richard Hodder said…

Dear Llwela

 We are Spectrum Drama and Theatre Projects and we are currently working on a Tudor history project at Plas Mawr in Conwy. We are currently seeking Welsh speaking actors and wondered if you might be interested or knew of suitable people who might be interested?  

The project is due to launch in September but we hope to trial it in the Summer term. I cannot give definite dates as this will depend upon bookings from schools and other clients. However, we pay from £80 per day.  

If you can help, or could point us towards a suitable organisation or people, perhaps you could email me, Richard Hodder, on enquiries@spectrumdrama.com? Alternatively, the office number is 020 7735 9220 and my mobile is 07710 442313.

 In advance, thank you.

 Best wishes,  Richard Hodder. 

At 11:37 on March 5, 2014, Sarah Finch said…

Welcome beauty :) <3

 
 
 

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