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So it is Day 4 at 10 feet tall where we are creating this magical adventure!
After yesterdays 3rd day blues, things are looking up and we have all regained confidence. Had a very productive music rehearsal this morning and it is all souding rather beautiful, thanks to the genius of Rowan! Thankyou!
This afternoon we plan to finish devising/blocking the piece which seems rather remarkable. The only things that are concerning me now are, the weather and the…Continue
JOIN US! AT THE VALLEYS ASSEMBLY!
Thursday 25 March @ 7.00pm. (Free Entry).
Happening at Blaengarw Workmen's Hall
Working with teams of local musicians, hairdressers, performers, bakers, artists, shop…Continue
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It's the end of the second day of the conference and everyone has left the seminar room to go and witness/participate in the musical activty in the cellar bar. I am taking the opportunity to quickly write before heading back downstairs. There has been much discussion of A Good Night Out in the Valleys and having access to so many different minds and opinions is invaluable to my research. When i get back I will arrange to meet up with Roger and Anwen before…Continue
Added by Dr Tom Payne on March 24, 2010 at 20:00 — No Comments
Hello folks, Thaught Id share my thaughts and experiences through out my first proffessional Job with Taking Flight.
Exciting Time! Its the third day of rehearsals now and things have been going great! The creative juices are flowing, no aruments yet and lots of lovely tea breaks! All though today has been the toughest. Trying to make a piece of red cloth into a witch, ferocious dog, sea otter and a hawk is no easy task! So its lunch time now and gwions about to buy me a…Continue
Added by Ash Whitfield on March 24, 2010 at 13:26 — No Comments
The last part of the first day of the conference is spent in small groups generating research proposals and questions. The subject of the project is the 1943 Propaganda film Silent Village. Our group is charged with the task of generating a research methodology and three questions using 'Place' as a starting point for research.
Andrew applies his extensive research skills and uses his Iphone to access…Continue
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As Bethan has said, we're now back on our home turf and are able to focus on story. It has been fun playtesting our game ideas (it's amazing to watch how easily adults find their inner child when a water pistol is placed in their hand! see below)
but our second trip to the beaches of North Wales has inspired new ideas and our games are definitely set to change for the better.
We're now at the stage where we can develop…Continue
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The choice of first show for a brand new national theatre company is necessarily a political one. For a non-building based company like National Theatre Wales, the venue also assumes extra
significance. With an opening performance called A Good Night Out In The
Valleys touring miners’ institutes and workmens’ halls, Artistic Director John
E McGrath has very deliberately planted the National Theatre flag in…
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