I am sad to post that Tony from Theatr Gwynedd has passed on. I had the pleasure of working with Tony often over the past 25 years. He was extremely good at his job and a very talented lighting designer. He was part of the fabric of Theatre in Wales, a cornerstone of strength, from whose knowledge and skill, we all benefited,
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In preparation for next weeks NTW TEAM Workout and Skill Swap, we've been having a little look at some of the brilliant things past participants have been up to after bringing their projects in various states of development to the event.
A first time writer - brought a script to workout which was then developed with a team of directors and actors at workout, and continued to…Continue
Over the past couple of months I have been meeting people from the community of Monkton. With my average tea consumption increasing by double I have gathered a great collection of stories. The amount of tales that community have come forward to tell has been fantastic and in the process I have met some amazing people and learnt a great deal about Monkton. So the time has come to bring the story collecting to a close and begin the next chapter of the project. …Continue
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As a result of Dance 'Open Space' discussions, we are in the process of putting together a 'Space Directory' which will include information about available Space/Venues. What we need to know from YOU is what you think would be useful to have in this directory. Any comments would be really helpful:
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For its upcoming large scale R&D project exploring immigration and the refugee crisis, Fio are looking to offer two opportunities to work alongside its core creative team.
This is an opportunity for an emerging director to work with our director, Abdul Shayek, and the rest of the creative team. As well as creative input, we'd be looking for the candidate to…Continue
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I will be heading to Nigeria this month to work on the Lagos Theatre Festival 2017 Entitled '...rhythm of the city', the 2017 edition of the Lagos Theatre Festival will portray the rhythm, soul and sights of Lagos. I have been working with the festival…Continue
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Annwyl bawb / Dear all,
Mae National Theatre Wales yn chwilio am bob deinamig a phrofiadol i weithio ar brosiect sydd ar y gweill ym Mhort Talbot yn ystod mis Awst a mis Medi.
Os ydych chi’n Reolwr Llwyfan y Cwmni, Rheolwr Llwyfan Cynorthwyol, Cynhyrchydd Goleuo, Cynhyrchydd Sain neu’n Gynorthwyydd Dylunio, llenwch y …Continue
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Pukka Productions are looking for a new drama teacher to join our team.
We are a community interest, theatre-arts school based in Barry (Vale of Glamorgan) working with ages 3 to adult.
- Available Saturday mornings 10am-12.30pm during term-time.
- Minimum 1 year experience working with ages 5-16.
- Able to travel to Barry (travel will not be reimbursed).
This is a paid position. The rate of pay will be discussed at…Continue
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Does anyone know of any places in Cardiff that can be used a rehearsal space. Which is cheap etc.
We have tried all the obvious venues but wonder if there are spaces out there that people know about.
Designer required for NTW TEAM project in Cardiff
Various dates between 17th March and 18th May 2017 (see below for details). This is a paid role.
National Theatre Wales TEAM is creating an original piece of work with…
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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.
While all that's…
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People of West Wales! We're really looking forward to descending on Cardigan with our balloons, pick a mix and post it notes ready for a day of creativity and collaboration.
If you have never been to a Skill Swap and Workout event before, let me explain a bit. It is free event run by TEAM aimed at supporting us all as TEAM members to create in an increasingly challenging financial climate.
We based the event, which we started running a few years ago, on the premise…Continue
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For Lily Theatre Company are putting on a exciting new production of Romeo & Juliet in the Mike Barlow Theatre from 15th May 2017.
We are still on the hunt for the following roles.
Asian Stretcher Carriers
For more information please email email@example.com and I will be able to provide you with character breakdowns as these are specific to each role and different to your normal…Continue
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Congratulations to the team of voluntary critics from Get the Chance who have been shortlisted for an Epic Award. Get the Chance is the host organisation for Young Critics Wales, Community Critics Wales and 3rd Act Critics.
Their aim is to
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Next month with will be West Wales' first TEAM Workshop and Skills Swap. It will be run by the lovely Emma-Kayleigh McNab and Peter Scott at Small World Theatre in Cardigan on Saturday 4th March.
Do you have an idea which you'd like to get off the ground?
Are you looking to get involved in new projects and find new collaborators? Are you a theatre-maker who'd like to meet other theatre-makers and play for a day? Answer yes to any of these questions and Workout…Continue
This scanned photograph is from a postcard of Cardiff, taken in the early 1900s, looking towards the south of the city.The postcard was brought to an informal gathering a few months ago and it lead to an interesting discussion: Who are the people on the street? What have they achieved in their…Continue
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