March 2021 Blog Posts (8)

GALWAD AM ACTORION/CYNLLUNYDD (AM DAL) - CALL FOR ACTORS/DESIGNER (PAID)

CYFLE GWAITH AM DÂL 2 actor ar gyfer Y a D yn Aberystwyth Mai 10-14.Hyblyg re rhyw/oed/hil etc-angen chwarae sawl rôl.Diddordeb arbennig clywed gan efeilliaid+pobl efo profiad gwaith corfforol ee meim. Ffi-£500+chostau+llety. Cais-CV i ruthenium@theatrruthenium.com erbyn Ebr 12

 

CYFLE GWAITH - WEDI EI DALU Cynllunydd llwyfan wedi ei leoli yng Nghymru i ddatblygu cynllun amlinellol ar gyfer Y a D sgript newydd.5 diwrnod o waith (un yn Aberystwyth…

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Added by Catrin Fflur Huws on March 31, 2021 at 11:17 — No Comments

We are looking for an Executive Director!

Please see full Job Pack here

Fio is at an extraordinary and exciting moment in its development. With our founding Artistic Director departing in 2020 to lead Tara Arts in London, funding has been secured…

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Added by Fio on March 22, 2021 at 19:50 — No Comments

We are looking for an Artistic Director!

Please see full Job Pack here

Fio is at an extraordinary and exciting moment in its development. With our founding Artistic Director departing in 2020 to lead Tara Arts in London, funding has been secured from the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation to recruit a new creative leader.

We are a small team at Fio, with big…

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Added by Fio on March 22, 2021 at 19:44 — No Comments

Casting Call: The Unusual. The Exceptional. The Unique. and the Truly Talented!

NoFit State Circus is Seeking:

The Unusual. The Exceptional. The Unique. and the Truly Talented! To create a new show for Big Top touring premiering in 2022.

We are looking for people with exceptional and unusual circus skills. We are just as keen to discover individuals with unconventional skills who…

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Added by NoFit State Circus on March 17, 2021 at 14:11 — No Comments

NTW TEAM Virtual talk with François Matarasso on Co-creation / Sgwrs rithwir gyda François Matarasso ar gyd-greu

On Thursday 25th March at 4pm, we will be hosting a free talk over Zoom, with community artist, writer and researcher, François Matarasso (you can learn more about him here …
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Added by Sophie Lewis on March 15, 2021 at 13:14 — No Comments

Go Tell the Bees CASTING / CASTIO

GO TELL THE BEES - CASTING

 

Over the last four years National Theatre Wales has been embedded in the communities of Pembrokeshire, West Wales, working with the people of the county on creative projects exploring climate change and the environment.

 

This Spring, the work is culminating in Go Tell The Bees, a new short film for families, co-created with the Pembrokeshire community, that will tell a moving story of our human connection to nature and to each other.…

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Added by Mawgaine Tarrant-Cornish on March 9, 2021 at 17:07 — No Comments

Cyfle National Theatre Wales Opportunity - Cydlynydd Cwmni (Cyfnod Mamolaeth) / Company Coordinator (Maternity Cover)

Mae National Theatre Wales yn dymuno penodi unigolyn llawn cymhelliant ac egni ar gyfer y swyddi gwag a ganlyn.



Cydlynydd Cwmni (cyfnod mamolaeth)



Mae’r Cydlynydd Cwmni yn gyfrifol am drefnu, cydlynu a rheoli gweithrediadau a gweithdrefnau’r cwmni a’r swyddfa – gan ddarparu ystod o swyddogaethau a chymorth gweinyddol ar draws llwyfannau a lleoliadau NTW.



Cyflog: £25k-27k ddibynol ar brofiad

Tymor:…

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Added by Hannah John on March 8, 2021 at 13:30 — No Comments

Be part of Go Tell The Bees // Byddwch yn rhan o Go Tell The Bees

Be part of Go Tell The Bees - a feature film made with, by and for the people of Pembrokeshire!
Inspired by St David’s motto, “Gwnewch y pethau bychain” (do the small things) we have been asking people to perform Simple Acts to help change how we interact with our environment and with each other. Now we want to celebrate and share the brilliant Simple Acts by you,…
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Added by Megan Price on March 1, 2021 at 10:30 — No Comments

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