Last Saturday saw the second part of The Sound Project's script writing workshop. After leaving the first part of the workshop with a story from the community, seven writers returned to the Monkton Swifts Social Club to develop their scripts with the wonderful Patrick Jones to help them. The day began with biscuits! And not the ones you dunk in your tea, but an exercise that got us to think of the type of biscuit we would be and why. Shortbread, Rich Tea and home made were but a few that…Continue
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CINDERELLA - Pantomime
at Redhouse Cymru, Merthyr Tydfil, December 2017
Director - Richard Burman, Musical Director - Callum Palmer, Producer - Cath Jones.
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National Theatre Wales is seeking to appoint an experienced, highly motivated and energetic individual for the following vacancy.
Creative Development Assistant
You will be responsible for coordinating and supporting the work of the Creative Development Framework, NTW’s ambitious and nationally significant model, which supports and develops the creation of new artistic ideas and artists.
Salary: £21,000 pro rata
Term: Part Time -…Continue
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A short ten minute piece about an imagined political scandal. Written in a week during The Other Room's Young Artists' Festival 2016. Feedback welcome.
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A one-act play about a mysterious visitor to a remote rural town in nineteenth century Kansas. Originally written in 2014 and tampered with once or twice since. Feedback welcome.
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Free Fall Productions in partnership with Ysbryd London are currently casting for our upcoming production of House of America by Welsh Playwright Ed Thomas.
Please see details below and note that actors applying must be either native welsh or have an excellent south wales accent.
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Our next project is an exciting and collaborative one at that - we are looking for between 6 and 8 LGBTQ+ performers to be a part of The "Q" Word.
An evening of monologues written entirely by Welsh and Wales-based members of the LGBTQ+ community, The "Q" Word will…Continue
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Y mae Cynhyrchiadau Leeway yn chwilio am 10 o berfformwyr sydd yn gallu canu, ac sydd ag awydd i fod yn rhan o'n prosiect 'Sioeau Cerdd Cwta' nesaf mewn partneriaeth a The Other Room a'r Eisteddfod Genedlaethol.
Mi fydd tal at gael at gyfer y perfformiad yn yr Eisteddfod a cyfle i fod yn rhan o'n sioeau 'Best Of' a tal ynghlwm a'r rhain hefyd.…Continue
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We are looking for a consultant with extensive experience of the arts and creative industries to help us plan for a sustainable future in which artistic excellence, social outcomes and financial sustainability are safeguarded.
Mess Up The Mess is a professional youth theatre company based in Ammanford, but working across South Wales. For over 10 years, we have worked with the hardest to reach young people in our communities, using theatre and the arts as powerful tools to engage and…Continue
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It was, give or take a few weeks, three years ago I had my first TEAM experience, attending a Leadership training course. This morning I received a letter welcoming me as a National Theatre Wales Board Member as TEAM Representative. It’s been quite a journey!
My experience of attending that Leadership Training day in early 2014 explains a great deal about what TEAM is about, what it means to me & why I’m proud to have been able to represent TEAM for the last three years.
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Are you bold, ambitious and collaborative?
If so, there is a fabulous opportunity to join one of the most exciting theatre companies in the country to lead the development and management of our learning and participation work.
We've built up a reputation over 22 years for creating vibrant contemporary theatre with our unique ‘Frantic' method. Integral to the artistic ethos of the company is the…Continue
Added by Hannah John on April 18, 2017 at 3:50 — No Comments
Where we are in the world. Pilsen.
A place rich with a cultural resistance, walls of art adorn the streets gathered through the years, created by people who stay and those who get pushed to leave. Gentrification.
I never realized the true implications and the seriousness of gentrification until I visited the US. For Chicagoan it contributes to the sense of uncertainty that so many already have to live by.
Benjamin is explaining to the young people at ATPT about Pilsen…Continue
21/04 12.30pm 24 hour film challenge briefing at Get Together, Nevill Street, Abergavenny
Picture: Gareth Phillips for The Guardian.
Are we the next Spielberg, Coppola and Cuarón?
Fancy being a filmmaker for a day?
The premise is simple; small…Continue
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Our first workshop at Albany Park Theatre project (APTP) is about who we are in the World.
APTP is a theatre housed in an old school in the Albany Park District of Chicago its home to 33 fired up young people and a fierce team of creatives. Albany Park is the third most diverse neighbourhood in the US with Latin American’s, Asian’s, Africans, and Eastern Europeans all living there.
The mission of APTP is similar to Common Wealth’s and National Theatre Wales and is built on a…Continue
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The young people at Albany Park Theatre describe what life's like under Trump.
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Booking now - Youth Arts Network Conference - Casgliad 2017.
Saturday 13th May, Llandrindod Wells, Powys
Are you passionate about the youth arts sector in Wales?
You are invited to explore and help build the future for youth…Continue
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Deaf Theatre Club at Sherman Theatre has been selected by the Co-op, supporting our work to increase access at Sherman Theatre. Please support this project at the link below. ThanksContinue
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For "Constellations" by Nick Payne. 6 venue tour in Wales.. Rehearsals 2-18 May, Cardiff. Please email interest to email@example.com.
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