Mess Up The Mess are looking for a Youth Arts Inclusion Worker.
P/T Temporary Youth Arts Inclusion Worker
(0.6ft equivalent, 22.2 hrs per week)
Fixed term to June 2019
£20,606.40 Pro rata (£12,363.60 actual)
Are you passionate about youth arts and drama and engaging young people from diverse backgrounds? Are you committed to making sure all young people are able to participate regardless of the particular barriers they may…Continue
Added by Chris Lewis on June 30, 2016 at 16:30 — No Comments
Welsh National Youth Opera are putting on Kommilitonen! (Young Blood) by Sir Peter Maxwell Davies. This is an elctrifying documentary opera about young people and politics in the twentieth century.
The piece weves together the stories of victims and aggressors from the Chinese Cultural Revolution, the unique life of James Meredith - the first African American to be accepted into the University of Mississippi in 1962, and the students of the Weisse Rose movement from 1940's…Continue
Added by polly graham on June 29, 2016 at 19:00 — No Comments
Bay Productions is looking to take on additional Scenic Painters from now until 17th July 2016 with immediate start.
Experience in scenic painting, texturing and carving highly beneficial however, no qualifications are necessary.
Though this is a temporary position it may lead to further work within the company.
If interested, please contact James Charlton (Head of Paintshop) on 02920 487330 or James@bay-productions.co.uk and…Continue
Added by Anna-Marie Hainsworth on June 29, 2016 at 12:58 — No Comments
Last three weeks I have been working for Canoe Theatre and their play This Incredible Life written by Alan Harris and direceted by Julia Thomas. A play about dementia. We presented it this last weekend at Ffwrnes in Llanelli. With a great cast Sharon Morgan, Elin Phillips and Simon Neham and a great technical team Nick Bache in charge of lighting and Sam Jones on the sound.
Here I am attaching you some of the AVs & Projeciton mapping I created for…Continue
Added by Jorge Lizalde on June 27, 2016 at 19:49 — No Comments
Two paid support roles are open for this project below. Fee is £50 for the afternoon + travel.
Email Christine Mathews-Sheen: email@example.com for more information and/or to apply.
Poetry in Motion: A perambulatory tribute to Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Monday 11 July 2016 13.00 - 17.00
This event will be a celebration of this great Romantic poet, where members of the public will be inspired and encouraged to write a poem to the love of their…
Time is nearly up to book tickets for Bounds Of Love! More more updates and more information have a look at our Facebook page and twitter page here:
A story that was in the mind of TimeVoid Production's founder John Williams for years, finally imagined as a play. We're…Continue
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Just a quick message to ask if anyone is doing the Spotlight 10K? I have no one to run with :(
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At Volcano theatre we are excited to announce that our award scheme, Yr Odyn is now open for applicants to apply. The scheme is aimed at emerging artists who are based in Wales and have been out of education for a minimum of two years. The scheme will include mentoring, coaching, arts management and more and will also include £500 towards expenses as well as one weeks free use of rehearsal space.
To find out more about what we're looking for and what…Continue
Added by Marc Blaidd on June 23, 2016 at 9:30 — No Comments
My company's debut debut play 'Bounds Of Love' will be performed on July 1st at the gate arts centre in Cardiff. Tickets are only £7 and would love for you guys to watch it and give us valuable feedback! We've worked very hard on this, and we know its going to be a brilliant night! Please like and share to try and get people interested... Here's the synopsis:
It was an absolute dream for childhood sweethearts Jay and Mary to finally get married. However, there was one secret …Continue
Added by John Williams on June 22, 2016 at 22:08 — No Comments
"Once upon a time, there was a father and son, and a mum."
I wasn’t expecting to write something that began “once upon a time” then again, I wasn’t expecting to write something at all.
I’m not a writer – but over the years I’ve co-written lots of performance text. Some…Continue
This may seem like a blog about train times to a faraway land called Llanelli. But if you dig a little deeper it is the pathway to an exciting and wonderful theatre experience.
This Incredible Life by Alan Harris, produced by Canoe Theatre and Ffwrnes is on this weekend in Llanelli and with a cast of Sharon Morgan, Elin Phillips and Simon Nehan it is shaping up…Continue
Added by Julia Thomas on June 22, 2016 at 7:22 — No Comments
TAKE PART IN OUR NEW TELEVISED SKY ARTS COMPETITION!
Are you a good detective?
Do you have an eye for detail?
Could you spot something amiss in a masterpiece?
Added by Jennifer Greenwood on June 21, 2016 at 8:09 — No Comments
“Community is not a dirty word”
I wrote those words in my notebook whilst en route to the Acta Community Theatre Festival in Bristol last week.
There can be connotations of the words “Community Theatre” that are less than helpful. As a working professional in Theatre I've frequently come across assumptions that…Continue
Added by Ben Tinniswood on June 20, 2016 at 14:19 — No Comments
These roles are now cast. For our current break downs see my latests blogs.. we're looking for highly skilled performers including unicyclists, parkour artists, Chinese Pole artists aerialists and…Continue
Get The Chance is a social enterprise based in South Wales, working to create opportunities for a diverse range of people to experience and respond to sport, arts, culture and live events. Get The Chance uses its online magazine website as a platform to showcase its activity. The website…Continue
Added by Guy O'Donnell on June 19, 2016 at 16:15 — No Comments
As many of you know, over the past year, we have undergone a period of consultation with educators, artists, academics and young people to help establish an NTW approach to education. This has been done as the next logical step for TEAM, but has also been in reaction to the changing world of education in Wales.
Through our education programme, we want to connect with people throughout Wales, from all backgrounds, in ways that enable them to be creative. We are looking at education…Continue
Added by Naomi Chiffi on June 17, 2016 at 10:19 — No Comments