GO TELL THE BEES - CASTING
Over the last four years National Theatre Wales has been embedded in the communities of Pembrokeshire, West Wales, working with the people of the county on creative projects exploring climate change and the environment.
This Spring, the work is culminating in Go Tell The Bees, a new short film for families, co-created with the Pembrokeshire community, that will tell a moving story of our human connection to nature and to each other.…Continue
Posted on March 9, 2021 at 17:07
And so this is Christmas
and what have we done?
Another year over.
One of the best things about my 2020 (it’s a short list) is that I’ve managed to start volunteering, in a kitchen for a charity in Cardiff. Beyond my millennial propensity for virtue signalling, I mention this because it really has felt like a shot in the arm in a year in which our industry has been paralysed and purpose and meaning have not been the easiest things to keep a grip…Continue
Posted on December 18, 2020 at 16:04
Hello 2020 graduating actors, (sgroliwch i lawr ar gyfer y Gymraeg!)
I've been loving all the self-tapes, zoom duologues and musical numbers I've seen online. Just this afternoon Showcase 2020 launched, where graduates can upload their work and directors and casting directors can watch them all (it's free). You, and your…
Posted on April 6, 2020 at 15:01 — 3 Comments
Shakespeare wrote King Lear in plague quaranti... yeah, we know, thanks Twitter!
Of course, Will didn’t have facebook, rolling news, Netflix, Ticktock, Pornhub (who’ve rolled out the faintest of silver linings and made their premium service free in Italy), Instagram, podcasts or any pets that we know of. And there was almost certainly a woman providing the sustenance, housekeeping and encouragement while he settled in to write another play about a king.
So if your social…
Posted on March 18, 2020 at 11:00