The deadline for the current round of WalesLab is tomorrow at midday - if you want to apply get your skates on (literally?); to find out more click here.
Would you like to be an assistant director on one of NTW's shows? Our emerging directors scheme will this year offer placements on…Continue
20 of the Young Critics from Brynteg school in Bridgend went to see Theatr Iolo's production of Grimm Tales on Wed morning.
The cast and company also spent time answering the YC questions regarding the production.
Reviews to follow.
Thanks to Sherman Cymru and Theatr Iolo for supporting this event.…Continue
Added by Guy O'Donnell on February 28, 2013 at 15:09 — No Comments
A chance to headline your views!
If you’ve dreamed a dream of reviewing blockbusters like Les Misérables or you’re a keen theatre-goer whose opinion could steal the show, a new arts critiquing scheme could help you to get your voice heard.
Co-ordinated by Bridgend County Borough Council’s Arts and Community Development team, the 3rd Age Critics scheme offers expert guidance to help people aged 50 and over to discover new ways…Continue
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The evening launched the company's new website and also featured performances by the Unusual Stage School and the musician Dai Sharkey.
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Swyddog Gweinyddol Rhan-amser
Cyflog: £21.630.00 pro rata
Gwir gyflog: £10,815.00 am 18.5 awr yr wythnos
Cytundeb tymor penodedig hyd Ionawr 2014
Y mae Cwmni Theatr ‘Mess up the Mess’ cyf. yn dymuno apwyntio unigolyn hyderus, brwdfrydig ac effeithiol i gefnogi gweinyddiad a chadw cyfrifon ariannol theatr ieuenctid a chymunedol addawol.
Os ydych chi’n angerddol am y Celfyddydau a diwylliant, yn meddu ar brofiad o gadw cyfrifon a…Continue
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DeGabay has now sold out, but if you have family and friends who haven’t been able to purchase a ticket they can still attend most of the show.
See below for a schedule of ticketed and non-ticketed elements:
Added by Matt the Hat on February 28, 2013 at 13:30 — No Comments
I just wondered if anyone could suggest the best way to attract and request sponsors for our children's shows? This year we have done a relatively small scale production but hoping to increase this next year and a little extra budget would be nice?
Added by Sophie Herrmann on February 28, 2013 at 12:08 — No Comments
Joseph and the Amazing Technicoloured Dream Coat is almost upon us and the creation of the programme begins- if anyone would like to place an advert in our programme then please contact email@example.com
The show is performed by children aged 4- 16 years and the audiences will be very family orientated. x
Added by Sophie Herrmann on February 28, 2013 at 12:07 — No Comments
A call for actors - Exciting new project!
A new project in Cardiff is looking for new actors to be part of this very exciting period!
'Talent Taf'(to be confirmed) will be a brand new actors agency, ran by one that knows exactly how hard it is to get into the field and to find agents willing to give someone a try - therefore has decided to take matters into her own hand and create her own. With this decision, hard work and previous experience of working in an agent, the intention…
Added by Talent Taf on February 27, 2013 at 22:02 — No Comments
Paper, paper everywhere. On the walls, in books, in forests. Words printed on paper which make us feel and think and take action or just - stop. Pictures and images which portray emotion. Yet can a piece of paper with ink on it change our lives? It sure can. This infuriates me. Our choices should be free and not limited due to ink on paper. I could be choosing French and drama as GCSEs but because they're in the same column on a…Continue
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Hi my name is Nikki Casey and i am posting this blog as i have recently reached the final of the miss wales. the compertition has been running for since the 1950s and is the biggest beauty pagent in wales. The winner of miss wales title will represent wales in the miss world finalin bali. this is a huge oppertunity. However to take part in the pagent I need a sponser of £600 or it can be split into two sponserships of £300 each. in return of the sponsership you will recieve two…Continue
Added by Nikki Casey on February 27, 2013 at 13:33 — No Comments
Think you know what a Gypsy, Roma and Traveller are?
Wednesday 5th June 2013
St David's Hall - 10.30 – 4pm
Challenge your opinions, indulge in the culture and share in the activities that demonstrate a rich…Continue
Added by Isaac Blake on February 27, 2013 at 13:26 — No Comments
Audition Notice - IGAM OGAM…Continue
Created by Deborah Light
Chapter Arts Centre, Studio
22nd Feb 2013
When confronted by a naked, giggling woman as you walk into the theatre you know the show you are about to see is either going to be attention-seeking or daring. Deborah Light’s innovative first full length piece of course fell into the latter category – original and thought provoking.
With a cast of world-renowned female…Continue
Added by Chelsey Gillard on February 27, 2013 at 0:35 — No Comments
If you ever wondered how much money is (or isn't made) when putting on a gig, have a read of the following blog to give you an idea - very insightful.
Added by Michelle Carwardine-Palmer on February 26, 2013 at 18:18 — No Comments
While in the thick of the Butetown residency for De Gabay quite a lot of the team went to Treorchy to the Parc & Dare last Wednesday to get stuck in to conversations about our residency there in the autumn this year.
A great team of people work for RCT theatres - Geoff Cripps, Artistic Director, treated us all to homemade Welsh cakes and I bumped in to a mate from Trinity University, Simon Davey, who is now the Parc & Dare Theatre Manager - so we will have a lot to catch up on…Continue
Added by Michelle Carwardine-Palmer on February 26, 2013 at 18:15 — No Comments
Helo and Hello,
I'm trying to build a database of Welsh-speaking performers/makers/producers/artists working in Street Arts and Outdoor Arts in Wales (or indeed beyond Wales). I was recently energised by the work of Celtic Neighbours http://www.celtic-neighbours.eu/
and am working with a few performers in the Street and Outdoor Arts sector to seek out Welsh-speakers or learners in this field of work. I haven't found…Continue
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