Rosemary Anne Winson
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  • North Wales
  • United Kingdom
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Welcome, Rosemary Anne Winson!

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What I do:
Director, Writer, Teacher/Facilitator, Creator, Musician and a part of National Theatre Wales TEAM Panel
A little more about me:
In 2016, I graduated from Glyndwr University with a BA Hons in Theatre, TV and Performance.
I then went onto my PGCE and I did a variety of placements across different sectors from teaching undergraduates drama, to teaching Welsh for beginners, working with Adult learning Wales and working at the Venture in Caia Park. This is where I would facilitate and create workshops for children from the age of 4 - 16.
Recently I have graduated with a PGCE and I am currently studying my MA in drama.

A musician that regularly performs across north Wales and beyond. Creating songs and working in different environments from homes for the elderly to festivals such as Focus Wales.
I Directed and Produced a verbatim piece of theatre about the horrific tragedy Aberfan.

I’m interested in creating events that show the history of Wales, working with communities, innovation and languages.
Projects I’m working on:
Currently working on a production for my Ma, looking at different diversity, friendship and unity.
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Hello TEAM Panel, 2018. (My Story)


My name is Rosie Anne Winson. I am 23 years old and I live in Wrexham in North Wales.

I was introduced to National Theatre Wales TEAM in March 2016. At the time, I was studying a BA Honours degree in Theatre, TV and Performance at Glyndwr University. I was very interested and surprised at the opportunities that National Theatre Wales TEAM created and still creates today.

Living in North Wales is not easy as there aren't as many opportunities as there is in South Wales…


Posted on January 19, 2018 at 8:18 — 1 Comment

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