Caitlin was the wife of poet Dylan Thomas. At the start of the 1970s, twenty years after he died, she started going to Alcoholics Anonymous.In a circle of chairs, set out for an AA meeting Caitlin makes a determined effort to deal with her tempestuous past. The audience sits in the circle with Caitlin as she re- visits her life with Dylan. It is a relationship fuelled by love, addiction, jealousy and infidelity. As Caitlin and Dylan drink, fight, love and leave each other the unoccupied chairs…See More
An Official National Theatre Wales GroupDirectors, designers, choreographers, composers, production people... A group for everyone who is interested in Creative Production at National Theatre Wales.See More
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
National Theatre Wales and Dirty Protest are teaming up for the third Dirty, Gifted & Welsh, and promise another jam-packed celebration of Welsh writers and writing for performance.Dirty, Gifted & Welsh 2016, an all-day English-language writing festival including performances, play readings, writers’ workshops, pub quiz, special guest speakers, surgeries, discussions, a dirty disco and much more, will be held at the Angel Hotel, Castle Street, Cardiff, on Sunday 28th February 2016, from…See More
19 February - 28 MarchSheman Theatre, Cardiff | Aberystwyth Arts Centre | Pontio presents @ Neuadd Ogwen | Coliseum Theatre, Aberdare | Sony Theatre, Bridgend College CROUCH, TOUCH, PAUSE, ENGAGE National Theatre Wales, Out of Joint & Arcola Theatre with Sherman Cymru Written by Robin Soans Directed by Max Stafford-ClarkOpening at Sherman Theatre, CardiffClick here for tour dates across Wales and England“I was…See More
This is a group for anyone working with young people; a platform for you to share your ideas, activities and lesson plans created by you; if you happen to use NTW shows as your initial stimulus, then even better! We are looking for fresh, innovative ideas with creativity at its heart, no matter what the subject area. If you have any exemplar work of which you are particularly proud, any videos or audio of your pupils engaged in exciting creative activities then please include it here also. …See More
"Hello Theatre Playgroup friends - if anyone is free on the coming Monday evening (15th June) at 8pm for half an hour, we are desperate to get an audience together - particularly an audience who might email Caerphilly Arts/ Blackwood Miners…"
Blackwood Miners Institute DRAMA SHOWCASEOur adult community theatre group perform "Waiting For Godot in Blackwood", using the tradition of absurd theatre to look at life as we know it in Blackwood. A boldly experimental theatre piece devised by the group using original Beckett text and incorporating our own unique response.See More
A group for the 'Theatre Playgroup' project.This is (initially) a 6 week project where Actors, Directors, Writers and .. well anyone else who is interested can work together. Reading, work-shopping and exploring a published script and then going on to create new exciting work which we share at the end of the 6 weeks!Supported by NTW TEAMNTW TEAM groupSee More
Helo pawb, I’m Josh, and this TEAM group – Script Share – is for new writers who want to share their work with each other and support each other through the process of creating new scripts for stage, TV, film or radio.Basically, Script Share is a participant-led group for new writers – free of charge and open to all. The group has been set up to provide a space for new writers to build and lead their own script development programme, sharing their work with each other, offering feedback,…See More
ruth majeed at Blackwood Miners Institute theatre, Blackwood, South Wales
July 20, 2011 from 7:30pm to 8:30pm
Blackwood Miners Institute Adult Community Theatre present 'Green Lady' - a devised performance based on a ghost story of Caerphilly castle, in a contemporary setting. A first theatre performance for many of the group - come along and support community theatre in the welsh valleys.
i am a drama practitioner working in Caerphilly county area at Blackwood Miners Institute and in the community for Ystrad Mynach FE college. About to embark on M.Res at Uni Glam, a study on creating community theatre in the welsh valleys. Would be grateful for any useful info/links/experiences etc related to this project
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