Added by john norton on January 31, 2010 at 10:30 —
Worth a read. It's mainly about literature - but I think has a relevance to theatre and what National Theatre Wales is doing.
Added by Carl Morris on January 28, 2010 at 21:30 —
On Saturday 6th Feb, Likely Story will convene for 1 day, emerging at 5pm Sunday 7th Feb to share a brand new short piece about HOME.
We want you, our Facebook friends, to help us create this piece. What reminds you of HOME? What does HOME mean to you?
Submit a bit of text, a picture, a video, an article, a song, a recipe. Anything, really:
-Post it here on the FB event's wall… Continue
Added by Anne Langford on January 28, 2010 at 21:12 —
Join us on sat feb 6th to celebrate 30 years in the hair business.We will be having a party .One lucky person can win the chance of having a free haircut on the day . To win this you must be creative and adventurous with your style .Please phone 02920 390591 to book an appointment .You can also look us up on our website www.constantinouhair.com
to find out more about us .
Added by anna constantinou on January 28, 2010 at 18:00 —
A look at some footage taken over a development period in August 09. Music used is from live improvisations in the room. Session was focused on beefing up story and world of this distopian piece and working with music and character… Continue
Added by DumbWise on January 28, 2010 at 17:43 —
A benefit in aid of Holme Tower, the Marie Curie Cancer Care hospice.
Brilliantly talented singer-songwriter from Stockholm, Sweden, in a rare UK performance to promote newly released CD 'My Escape'
Top UK storyteller who has performed on BBC radio & all round the world…
Added by Mab Jones on January 28, 2010 at 17:28 —
Manic Monday is the newest, freshest event from Jam Bones, a literary event organising company run by award-winning, Cardiff-born poetess Mab Jones. Billed as a 'spoken word cabaret', it features performance poets, storytellers, prose artists, comedians, as well as the odd burlesque artist and magician. The first Monday of each… Continue
Added by Mab Jones on January 28, 2010 at 17:28 —
Thursday 4th March 2010 - Urdd Hall, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff
Fee: £20 WID members, £25 non members
Welsh Independent Dance presents a one day dance workshop led by Vincent Dance Theatre exploring text and language in devised dance work. The content of the workshop will be based on the company’s current dance-theatre production If We Go On which features text devised by dance artist Wendy Houston. The workshop will take place in conjunction with the company’s performance… Continue
Added by WID on January 28, 2010 at 15:04 —
Sat 10th & Sun 11th April 2010 – Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff
£20 WID Members £25 Non Members
Welsh Independent Dance is delighted to announce that Bert Van Gorp & Diana Paine Myers will lead a weekend of professional development training.
‘One for the Road’ is a theatre/dance workshop for professional dancers and actors who are 45 and over and are familiar with dance and/or the spoken word on stage in performance.
An ever older growing dance… Continue
Added by WID on January 28, 2010 at 15:00 —
Added by DumbWise on January 27, 2010 at 22:34 —
Added by DumbWise on January 27, 2010 at 22:33 —
Let’s Get Ready to Rumble! Again.
Following the success of our first poetry, prose and people playing music party last November we have kept our word and decided to put on another one. To keep things simple, we are still calling it Balloon.
However, we wouldn’t like to be accused of resting on our laurels. Not only have we moved arena to Cardiff Arts Institute, but we are also taking things international.
Yes grapple… Continue
Added by Matthew David Scott on January 26, 2010 at 19:52 —
The Llanarth Group presents
Told by the Wind
Created by Kaite O’Reilly, Jo Shapland, and Phillip Zarrilli
Artistic Consultants: Mari Boyd (Tokyo) and Peader Kirk (London)
PREMIERE: CHAPTER ARTS CENTRE, Market Road, Cardiff
8pm. 29-30 January (Friday/Saturday); 4-6 February (Thursday-Saturday), 2010. (www.chapter.org
“..takes the spectator to another time and place...beautiful and powerful… Continue
Added by Kaite O'Reilly on January 26, 2010 at 17:34 —
Here are the three videos created at the end of the Arcade Assembly.
Three different shops, three different groups and many ideas.
Funky Monkey Feet… Continue
Added by Mathilde Lopez on January 26, 2010 at 17:01 —
I'm sure quite a few of you will have seen John and others on this site raving about the superb work of Lotte van den Berg. My friends at brut in Vienna have sent out a call for participants in a 3 day workshop with Lotte and her collaborator Merel de Groot. The workshop runs from 19th - 21st April, is in English, and costs only 40 Euros. There are details of how to apply on Brut's website:… Continue
Added by David Tushingham on January 26, 2010 at 10:59 —
It's 10.55 at the NTW office and people are gathering for the presentation of the set design for A Good Night Out in the Valleys. On Friday, Alan delivered a second draft of the script, which I read over the weekend. I'm genuinely very pleased with how it's looking. The first draft already did a great job of catching the spirit of the stories we were told when we did all of our workshops and chats in the Valleys in the autumn. It's full of surreal Valleys energy - with a great sense of language… Continue
Added by National Theatre Wales on January 25, 2010 at 11:13 —
now booking shift-happens.co.uk
Speaker list and programme to date click here
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Added by Marcus Romer on January 24, 2010 at 11:51 —
So I was in north Wales just before Christmas to take some weather readings. Today I've been looking back over the photos and notes from that visit, in preparation for a return at the end of next week. I found this photo, which was taken during an early snowshower, presager of the longer harder whiter winter weather that was to come. Just before it started snowing I'd decided to see how long I could stand the cold in just a T-shirt, recording… Continue
Added by David Harradine on January 23, 2010 at 20:30 —
I've been seeking out different people to meet to talk with about the weather each time I'm on a research trip. This month I'm meeting a couple who used to work for the Met Office. This is the email I got back in reply to my request to meet:
"We will happy to meet you on Saturday 30th of January at home, if you’re willing to make the effort to come here. After 3 weeks of drifting snow, the minor road from Marchlyn to Dinorwic past our house (Garreg Wen ) has just been dug out by… Continue
Added by David Harradine on January 22, 2010 at 7:53 —