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Isabelle Paige replied to Rhian Lewis's discussion Shows in EdFringe 2019 in the group Who's in Edinburgh 2019?
"After taking Service! to Edinburgh in 2017, Clock Tower are thrilled to be returning with another cracker from George Infini - perfect for when you need a bit of light relief. Come and say hi in Venue 13! xx"
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Who's in Edinburgh 2019?

National Theatre Wales are off to Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year, with Cotton Fingers and For All I Care, and we want to link up with as many Wales-based companies as possible in the run up the Fringe, and during.Comment on this group to let us know if you, your company, or a play you recommend is there. Be great to support all the Welsh companies heading up there!Also, please feel free to use this group to look for accommodation, travel buddies and cross-promotion opportunities - such as…See More
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Ffion Jones replied to Rhian Lewis's discussion Shows in EdFringe 2019 in the group Who's in Edinburgh 2019?
"In addition to my last post, I am also looking for a SM/Operator. Anyone already up there doing this and looking to add another show at 3pm? Ffion x"
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Ffion Jones replied to Rhian Lewis's discussion Any accommodation questions / concerns or vacancies? Add them here in the group Who's in Edinburgh 2019?
"I've done something a bit bizarre! I'm staying with an Edinburgh friend for week 1 of the fringe and then I'll be staying with my comedy improv team for week 3. I'm looking for somewhere to crash during week 2 and week 4 of the…"
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Ffion Jones replied to Rhian Lewis's discussion Shows in EdFringe 2019 in the group Who's in Edinburgh 2019?
"Hey all! I'm going to be taking The Wrong Ffion Jones up to Underbelly Cowgate, 3pm 1st - 25th Aug! I would really love to find out more about your shows and spread the…"
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Who's in Edinburgh 2019?

National Theatre Wales are off to Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year, with Cotton Fingers and For All I Care, and we want to link up with as many Wales-based companies as possible in the run up the Fringe, and during.Comment on this group to let us know if you, your company, or a play you recommend is there. Be great to support all the Welsh companies heading up there!Also, please feel free to use this group to look for accommodation, travel buddies and cross-promotion opportunities - such as…See More
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Rhian Lewis commented on Rhian Lewis's group Who's in Edinburgh 2019?
"Hi everyone, I am reviving and updating this group ready for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019! If you're heading up there, please share your work here, as well as making suggestions for things to see. You can also use this group to help find…"
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Lucy Beecham commented on Rhian Lewis's blog post Access Forum - D/deaf Awareness training opportunity
"I wont be able to make this session, will there be another one in the future?  Thanks "
May 11
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Access Forum - D/deaf Awareness training opportunity

Quick message from me (Rhian @ NTW) to let you all know that as part of the Access Forum's ambition to up-skill the sector, we are hosting FREE Deaf Awareness Training with Elise Davison (Taking Flight) and Steph Back.When: Wednesday 15th MayWhen: 1-5pmWhere: Wales Millennium Centre, CardiffWe have 20 spaces, so to book one, please email accessforum@nationaltheatrewales.org before 14th May. You will learn basic BSL, and how to apply the training to your area of work. If you are a freelance…See More
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Access Forum - D/deaf Awareness training opportunity

Quick message from me (Rhian @ NTW) to let you all know that as part of the Access Forum's ambition to up-skill the sector, we are hosting FREE Deaf Awareness Training with Elise Davison (Taking Flight) and Steph Back.When: Wednesday 15th MayWhen: 1-5pmWhere: Wales Millennium Centre, CardiffWe have 20 spaces, so to book one, please email accessforum@nationaltheatrewales.org before 14th May. You will learn basic BSL, and how to apply the training to your area of work. If you are a freelance…See More
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Access Forum

The Access Forum is, in it's physical form, a quarterly meeting for arts organisations, individuals, audience members, freelancers, creators, makers and everyone in between to get together and talk about access.On this group, we'll be sharing what we discuss at those meetings, the ideas we have, and any thoughts you might have on access.We're aiming to make everything we do more accessible to more people, and to share everything we do to help each other.See More
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Access Forum

The Access Forum is, in it's physical form, a quarterly meeting for arts organisations, individuals, audience members, freelancers, creators, makers and everyone in between to get together and talk about access.On this group, we'll be sharing what we discuss at those meetings, the ideas we have, and any thoughts you might have on access.We're aiming to make everything we do more accessible to more people, and to share everything we do to help each other.See More
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From Monday 10 - Friday 14 August, here at National Theatre Wales we launched #NTWGreenWeek.Our commitment to Wales extends beyond its venues, communities and talent, to its future. Every decision we make, be it in programming, production, communications, or administration, is put through a rigorous sustainability test.We'll continue sharing what we're up to, interesting stories and thoughts as we take what we learnt during the week forward.You can share your thoughts and ideas here too,…See More
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Access Forum

The Access Forum is, in it's physical form, a quarterly meeting for arts organisations, individuals, audience members, freelancers, creators, makers and everyone in between to get together and talk about access.On this group, we'll be sharing what we discuss at those meetings, the ideas we have, and any thoughts you might have on access.We're aiming to make everything we do more accessible to more people, and to share everything we do to help each other.See More
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Access Forum

The Access Forum is, in it's physical form, a quarterly meeting for arts organisations, individuals, audience members, freelancers, creators, makers and everyone in between to get together and talk about access.On this group, we'll be sharing what we discuss at those meetings, the ideas we have, and any thoughts you might have on access.We're aiming to make everything we do more accessible to more people, and to share everything we do to help each other.See More
Dec 18, 2018

Profile Information

What I do:
Communications Coordinator at National Theatre Wales
A little more about me:
After training as a dancer professionally at Laban, 8.45am ballet finally pushed me over the edge and I fell into writing about the arts.

This love brought me back to Wales and somehow into marketing. I've worked with National Youth Arts Wales on their dance and theatre programmes, and for Sherman Cymru as their Digital Marketing Assistant.

I've been working for NTW for 4 and a half years now, and love what we do, I've seen the company grow and change, and it still has such an exciting vibe.

Couple of personal things about me: I'm a Mam to Hedd... I am definitely a social media geek... I also have a slight dress addiction :)
Location:
Cardiff
Projects I’m working on:
Lots to be announced!
Twitter @username:
@Rhi_ntw

Rhian Lewis's Blog

Access Forum - D/deaf Awareness training opportunity

Quick message from me (Rhian @ NTW) to let you all know that as part of the Access Forum's ambition to up-skill the sector, we are hosting FREE Deaf Awareness Training with Elise Davison (Taking Flight) and Steph Back.

When: Wednesday 15th May
When: 1-5pm
Where: Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff

We have 20 spaces, so to book one, please email accessforum@nationaltheatrewales.org before 14th May.



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Posted on May 7, 2019 at 14:30 — 1 Comment

Adding opportunities to the Community

Hiya!

Quick tip if you're adding job opportunities / vacancies / call-outs on the community - tag them with the word 'opportunity' and they'll show until the menu header 'Opportunities'

Note: you need to write 'opportunity', or it won't pull through

Need any help? Get in touch with me on here, and I can help out!

Thanks
Rhi

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Posted on April 6, 2017 at 15:00

Come see us for a cuppa in Rhyl!

Our next production in Rhyl is fast approaching, so we're opening up shop in Rhyl and the kettle is on.

Lifted by Beauty: Adventures in Dreaming will be happening from 31st March - 2nd April, and we're in the middle of running workshops with lots of different groups and people from across Rhyl to get the stories that matter from the town itself.



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Posted on February 16, 2017 at 10:00

Talking about Access: Access Forum

Access Forum


Date: Wednesday 2nd March, 6-7pm
Where: Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff: Media Point Room


I've been at NTW for 2 years now, and have become increasingly involved in…
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Posted on February 12, 2016 at 14:00

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At 21:13 on March 28, 2018, alun howell said…

There is a recent blog basically selling essays to students on the site. There is not what the site is about. 

At 22:20 on July 20, 2017, Polly said…

Hi Rhian, thoroughly enjoyed and learnt a lot from the Workshop event on Monday.  I hope to get more invovled with NTW in the coming months.  Thanks again

At 15:41 on February 24, 2016, Alys Byrne said…

HI Rhian - just wondering if there is anywhere on Community that we can possibly advertise Wales arts-based jobs? Thanks

At 15:48 on April 17, 2015, Kathy Cook said…
Good afternoon Rhian - Thank you for authorisinig my membership - I look forward to interesting and fruitful partnership working. Kind regards Kathy Cook
At 12:53 on March 5, 2015, Mair De-Gare PItt said…

I definitely want to hear more about the ILIAD project, Rhian. I am a massive Christopher Logue fan and have felt that he never received the attention he deserved. How can I get involved, either as participator or spectator?? Really looking forward to this event.

Mair

At 21:45 on March 4, 2015, Gary Morris said…
Hi Rhian ,
I enjoyed your profile as communication officer, and feel the passion in your few words,
What are your targets for 2015 , and onwards,
How do you envisage getting the message as one?
You have a great Brand ,what options are you engaging in .?
How do you see options for financial growth through communication and as one And all interlinking world wide web
What if communities and business became your target audience automatically , in private secure digital structure ,

Best of all At no Cost, your Brand, your Data, any type organisation ,club, business, charity, part % back to source,
Imagine Facebook,twitter , free but worth ££££s your asset grows

G :)
At 15:48 on December 10, 2014, Peter Holdway said…

Rhian, I so wish I could come to the Alfie play! But I'm stuck in the US and I don't know when next I'll be back. Hopefully I'll catch it at the Arcola. Thanks for all that you do.

Regards, Pete Homesick, sorry Holdway

At 12:13 on November 17, 2014, khaled yateem said…

 thank you so much Rhian 

i wish very good future for you 

thanks

 
 
 

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