PARTICIPATORY SOUND EXPERIMENT
Scientists can create synthetic life in the lab, yet the realisation of the flying car eludes them. This collaborative performance aimed to…Continue
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The author of this review is relying on Criss Jami’s quote on plagiarism “When you have wit of your own,…Continue
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Since Monday Gavin and the Cardigan Assembly team have been questioning, collaborating and creating around the provocation: Who Controls the Drones in My Sky?
The team is made up of a mixture of artists and crew from National Theatre Wales and the Small World Theatre (Click here to find out more about them) . We have Buddug, Delyth, Hassan, Toby, Jake, Sean, Steve, Bill, Matt, Sam, Tom, Louis, Alex and, of…Continue
Added by Sarah Jane Leigh on March 28, 2014 at 18:13 — No Comments
I feel like I have disappeared from Wales slightly and feel the need to reconnect to all things Welsh. I met the wonderful Lynn Hunter the other week and she teased me for my absence and silence.
And so I need to share a few things...
1)I am currently on the Clore Leadership programme as the Arts Council of Wales Fellow 2013/14 and it is quite simply the most extraordinary and life-changing professional experience I have ever had. I would whole heartedly recommend it.
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The National Youth Theatre Wales is back on the road again with a re-mount of their co-production with Frantic Assembly.
Tomorrow 12 young creatives, 9 production team staff, 3 welfare staff are heading to Aberystwyth for AGOR DRYSAU-OPENING DOORS, Wales International Festival of Performing Arts for Young Audiences, organised by Cwmni Theatr Arad Goch.
They will be performing 'dead born grow' a devised piece around the concept of illusion versus reality. This was the…Continue
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Part of the Poetry Storehouse project; as discussed in…Continue
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Dear Matt and Greg,
I've been collecting bottles. I had to personally peel off the labels and It made me very aware of the alcohol I had consumed over a xxx (insert timeframe) It also made me aware of a personal story about a headmaster and his xxx (insert story) that I will tell you about next week- maybe on day xxx (insert day), when hopefully we will start to discuss all the things such as xxx (insert memories and…Continue
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|"Theatre has nothing to do with buildings or other physical constructions. Theatre- or theatricality - is the capacity, this human property which allows man to observe himself in action, in activity. The self-knowledge thus acquired allows him to be the subject (the one who observes) of another subject (the one who acts). It allows him to imagine variations of his action, to study alternatives. Man can see…|
Added by Aleksandra Jones on March 27, 2014 at 18:11 — No Comments
We’re delighted today to let everyone know about the next show in our ‘Year of Surprises’ – Mametz, by Owen Sheers.
A brand new commission from the writer of NTW’s acclaimed The Passion, Mametz is inspired by Owen’s widely-admired poem Mametz Wood, and takes place in Usk, Monmouthshire. The production runs from 24 June to 5 July, and tickets will go on sale on April 4.
Mametz will give audiences a vivid glimpse into life – and death – in the…Continue
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Response Time: Journeys / Amser Ymateb: Teithiau
Performed at 'Gas Gallery', Aberystwyth on 16/03/14
'Response Time: Journeys' saw a range of responses to stimulus within the Gas Gallery, Aberystwyth, be it through movement, text, music, installation art, storytelling, short plays, performance art or poetry. With participants ranging from Performers, to Writers, to Fine Art students to law lecturers...there was a certain…Continue
Not the Worst Place, my first full-length play, is being staged as a co-production between Paines Plough, Theatr Clwyd and Sherman Cymru in April-May 2014. Details here:
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A Design for Survival
OHP Projector, Acetate print
MDF, Acrylic, timber supports
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Mar 2014 Bring Your Own Beamer Cardiff II
In collaboration with Art in the Warehouse & Milgi, 7th/8th of March B I T + Milgi are hosting a Video Art Weekender dedicated to moving image on a local, national & international stage, providing exclusive screenings of work from all over the world while celebrating the local work being made around the corner. Artists: Absent but not…Continue
Added by Bob Gelsthorpe on March 26, 2014 at 13:00 — No Comments
Born in Blackpool, UK
Lives and works in Cardiff, UK
2009 – 2012 BA (First Class Hons) Fine Art Cardiff School of Art & Design
2007 – 2009 BTEC National Diploma Art & Design …Continue
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Business Development Manager
Hours: Full time (38 hours, with flexibility to work evenings and weekends as required)
Jukebox Collective is a creative…Continue
Added by Liara Barussi on March 25, 2014 at 19:16 — No Comments
Next week, I'll be packing a bag and heading northwards for the EFA Atelier for Festival Managers.
It is an incredible gathering of 51 festival makers (producers, directors, managers, programmers, etc) from 30 countries in a seven day residency with some world class mentors, including Robyn Archer, Jonathan Mills and Mark Ball. You can see more about the event here: …Continue
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When you stand in a muddy puddle, you are a giant, a world destroyer, a builder. You leave an imprint that moulds and creates. But as you leave that imprint disappears. Slowly and by degrees.
My hometown's muddy puddle is changing. Parts of it have disappeared completely: existing now only as memories. Slowly, their imprint disappears.
There is only my mum left to bind me to my hometown now. There are so few people left who remember me. My imprint is…Continue
Added by Sara Davies on March 23, 2014 at 20:50 — No Comments
Yesterday was our final day at the Park & Dare Theatre in Treorchy. Firstly, I must say a huge thanks to all the staff there for helping us out this week. By chance, it was the Eisteddfod Cylch y Rhondda at the Park & Dare and the place was packed with hundreds of children. On every landing and stairwell,…Continue
Added by Nerea Martinez de Lecea on March 23, 2014 at 10:30 — No Comments
Gethin Evans yn cyfarwyddo drama Dafydd James efo criw Theatr Ieuenctic Sherman Cymru! 'Mlaen wsos NESA! Nos Wener 28 & Nos Sadwrn 29 @ 8yh yn y Sherman! Ma'n mynd i fod yn gret!
Gethin Evans directing Dafydd James' play with Sherman Cymru's Youth Theatre! It's on NEXT week! Friday 28 & Saturday 29 @ 8pm at Sherman!…Continue
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Originally opening in New York in 1938 and even debuting on radio in 1939, the play ‘Our Town’ written by Thornton Wilder is the story of a group of people living in a small town called Grover’s Corners, New Hampshire which is located in the North Eastern part of the United States of America. We follow two families and local town folk in their daily life for the first part between 1901 to 1904 and the second part from 1904 to 1913.…Continue
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