I'm looking for an Artist/cartoonist - someone who can draw considerably better than me!
Should only take about a day-will explain more to respondents.
I don't think I have ANY money but I'll buy you a drink/s and maybe even lunch..
For some time now I have wanted to explore the story of the "Hotel de Marl" in Grangetown as the subject matter for a piece of theatre. Hundreds of working class men defied the government of the day, to get round the 1881 Sunday Closing Act which prohibited pubs from opening and banned the sale of alcohol on a Sunday. Instead, the men of Grangetown created illicit, open-air drinking clubs on The Marl, organised as invitation only "gentlemen's clubs", which were not restricted by the…Continue
Week of April the 22nd
Rehearsal/Development period in CARDIFF.
I am looking for a choreographer/actor to input, influence and create a new language for a new piece of Musical Theatre in development.
Russian influences particularly welcome, or at least a knowledge of....
If you are interested, please e mail me with CV or outline or just to say hi…Continue
Added by Angharad Lee on March 22, 2013 at 11:30 — No Comments
So alongside the making and presenting of a show I have been busy making sure we are connecting with the right people and nurturing relationships both here in Wales/UK and Japan.
To date, to name a few, I have had;
Added by Michelle Carwardine-Palmer on March 21, 2013 at 18:52 — No Comments
We just started our Balans exercise in Chapter (Common room) every Sunday at 5.
At 6 we have Be In The Room Collective, space for artists to express their ideas, to meet new people, to start new projects, to initiate, to engage, to create your own life and work with people that you want to work with.
Everybody who wants to move, feel and express them selves through BALANS method from 5 until 6 and than at 6 to create your own open…
A musical based on a film based on a book, it’s no wonder it gets lost in translation. Add a little Cole Porter to fit into the words and you have a scenario with little adventure but plenty of comfort zones to work on. It is a musical that has essentially nothing too complicated to digest and a predictable and happy ending.
The plot largely involves Tracy Lord (Sophie Bould) and her involvement with her fiancé George Kittredge (Keiron Crook),…Continue
Added by CHRIS HOWELL on March 21, 2013 at 13:34 — No Comments
Yesterday I spent the whole day interviewing people for the next round of WalesLab - at some point I was asked about how the current projects were going so I thought I'd take this opportunity to say what's been going on.
In January we embarked on a new development for WalesLab, where a targeted call was made to encourage activity in a particular area: Butetown. This is part of a new way of working across the company where we're exploring the ideas of residency in our work; with…Continue
Added by Matt Ball on March 21, 2013 at 13:30 — No Comments
Two years ago I embarked on a journey from London to be interviewed for the role of Creative Associate at NTW. I returned to the big smoke thinking that I had failed miserably as my interview went quite bad. The 'Wales' section in my future autobiography was to remain a figment of my imagination. However surprisingly I was given a reprieve, which I grabbed with both hands. I arrived at the second interview prepped and ready to give an account of myself which was a proper reflection of me.…Continue
Here is a link to my channel on Vimeo, containing videos from February/March 2013 and the rehearsals of 'De Gabay'
Added by Tomos James on March 19, 2013 at 18:02 — No Comments
I'll be joining John McGrath in Tokyo at the end of the month so I thought I’d share some of the process that is going on at the moment
As the writer of the play, it's been weird not being in the room for the start of rehearsals (I would normally be there for the first week, leave them alone for a bit and then rejoin later on – a bit more awkward when the play is in Tokyo).
But, of course, I’ve been in touch with John since he arrived to answer general and specific…Continue
Added by Alan Harris on March 19, 2013 at 16:38 — No Comments
Omidaze is currently researching the possibility of producing Lunchtime Theatre in Cardiff before the end of this year. Thank you to all those who have already submitted scripts. The dates, fees & venue for this project are tbc. We are seeking 2-3 hander 30 min scripts by new or established writers with a preference for new work but we will consider previously produced work. We are very much at the research point of this project but would like to start reading potential scripts as part…Continue
Added by Yvonne Murphy on March 19, 2013 at 13:43 — No Comments
On 27th March at Sherman Cymru, ArtWorks Cymru will be debating The Quality Question. What does quality look like in participatory arts? How do we measure it? Is it process or product that's important?
This debate has come out of two years of research and debate that has been fielded through the ArtWorks program, a special initiative led by Paul Hamlyn…Continue
Added by Rhian Hutchings on March 19, 2013 at 11:54 — No Comments
Added by Sandra Bendelow on March 19, 2013 at 11:10 — No Comments
Interpal presents a charity dinner to raise money for medical aid for Palestine, Hurry up and…Continue
Added by Amira Shaddad on March 18, 2013 at 17:33 — No Comments
Volcano and Guests
Friday 22 March 12am – 5pm
A discussion about contemporary theatre practice, the past, and the future. As we move towards the end of The Birthday Party, it is a time to review, and reconsider where are, what we know, what we don’t know, what we want, what the audience wants and what the future holds. A group of prominent and upstart theatre practitioners are invited to talk about their work and the context in which…Continue
Added by Spencer on March 18, 2013 at 12:30 — No Comments
This U.DANCE CYMRU platform brings together some of Wales’ finest young dancers, plus members of National Youth Dance Wales, for an evening of energetic and inspirational dance, across a variety of dance styles.
The evening will include performances by:
Yr Academi / The Academy (Conwy), Autonomy dance group (from Step One Performing Arts School) (Conwy), Dyffryn Conwy Youth Dance (Conwy), C.U.E Performers Dance (Conwy), Pwllheli School of Dance and Performing Arts (Gwynedd),…Continue
Added by National Youth Arts Wales on March 18, 2013 at 10:30 — No Comments
So this weekend I am very excited to be returning to Rhayader. I'm looking forward to revisiting the fairy doors, seeing the Red Kites circling over-head, being protected by green mountains rather than grey concrete, catching up with friends and making new ones,…Continue
Added by Sarah Jane Leigh on March 18, 2013 at 10:09 — No Comments
At the centre of The Opportunity of Efficiency is the character Ken Lomax – a business consultant who measures the effectiveness and efficiency of companies’ processes and makes recommendations for re-structuring (usually involving a lot of people getting sacked). The method Ken uses to assess a business’s ways of working is called ‘the brown paper exercise’. This…Continue