July 2013 Blog Posts (97)

Young Critics Review - Children Of Mine, by Charlie Hammond

Jermin Productions Presents: Children of Mine

By Charlie Hammond

At RWCMD, Cardiff, Tuesday 23th July. 

The tagline for Children of Mine – ‘You Can’t Bury Sorrow’ – brings with it an implication that the disaster at Aberfan has largely been forgotten in recent cultural memory, and that the story of the 116 children and 28 adults who were suffocated by the collapse of an unstable coaling pit onto Pantglas…


Added by Charlie Hammond on July 31, 2013 at 3:38 — No Comments

Fallen - ShocknAwe - Chapter

Picture from rehearsals of this great new work by Greg Cullen opening today at Chapter.

Added by Paddy Faulkner on July 31, 2013 at 1:09 — No Comments

Hitch - Mary Bijou Cabaret - Blysh Festival - WMC

Photographed the dress rehearsal ahead of tonight's opening - it's a fantastic show.

Will make you gasp and laugh in equal measure. Saturday already sold out.

Added by Paddy Faulkner on July 31, 2013 at 1:04 — No Comments

Walk - Shop in Newport with Newport International Airspace

It was a Sunday, it was tempestuous weather at times and it was an open and random plan that we had with no idea how long or how far we would walk. Ten mighty brave souls pitched up outside the Westgate Hotel and at 11.15am we followed Marega Palser towards an unknown destination located with in the city.

Marega had given us small stick-on eyes and told us that we should stick them on anything that caught our eye. I have to say that the first half mile took a long time as we all…


Added by Gareth Clark on July 31, 2013 at 0:42 — No Comments

The Beautiful Game, Young Sports Critics

FREE first step into sports journalism

Do you get a kick out of talking about the beautiful game? If you fancy tackling a career in sports journalism, Bridgend County Borough Council could have the perfect opportunity to help you reach your goal.

The council’s Arts and Community Development team is inviting young people aged 15-25 to cast a critical eye over the friendly between Wales and Ireland at the Cardiff City Stadium on Wednesday 14…


Added by Guy O'Donnell on July 31, 2013 at 0:11 — No Comments


After a day of rehearsals for The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning, a day focussed on the details of props and costumes, ins and outs, we settled down around a laptop at 6pm this evening to hear the verdict being announced in Bradley's case. Ironically in a case about information freedom and state secrets, there are many restrictions on press access to the military courtroom, and in the end it's via the twitter feeds of the heroic journalists who have tracked and championed this case from…


Added by National Theatre Wales on July 30, 2013 at 11:15 — 2 Comments

Reggie Watts disorients you in the most entertaining way - TED

Added by Gavin Porter on July 30, 2013 at 5:09 — No Comments

Paid Opportunities for Performers


My name is Tom Goddard and I’m Head of Learning at the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery.


Our Young People’s group(14-24) have an…


Added by Tom Goddard on July 29, 2013 at 23:53 — No Comments

What If Money Was No Object?

Added by Christopher Young on July 29, 2013 at 22:24 — 1 Comment

Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler) - Marvin Gaye

Added by Gavin Porter on July 29, 2013 at 21:11 — No Comments

Niyorah - Angry Mother Nature

Added by Gavin Porter on July 29, 2013 at 21:09 — No Comments


Plumbers, Electricians, Builders or General Tradespeople required in South Wales, male or female for a new TV documentary. Must be BIG characters and agree to be filmed in and outside of work. Please email any contact details to info@anytimefilms.com

Added by Jade Smart on July 29, 2013 at 9:26 — No Comments

Theatr Ffynnon - Volunteer Opportunities

Theatr Ffynnon is always looking for Volunteers to work with the Company, and our membership. Whether it is at our residencies & productions, or involvement with our smaller community projects we have on the go, or at our core weekly workshop programme, there is always an opportunity to engage and support us. 


Whether you're looking for creative opportunities to develop your skills and drama/ arts techniques;  to build your…


Added by Catherine Capelin on July 29, 2013 at 2:50 — No Comments


Ok Folks, this is it!!!! "FALLEN" opens on Wednesday night at Chapter Arts Centre at 8pm then runs to Saturday night, (matinee Friday at 2.30pm). ONLY FIVE CHANCES TO CATCH THE SHOW this year. The cast are wonderful! The show is mad, bad, sad, hilarious and just plain wrong! Everyone is producing great work, from choreography to video, from Design to Music. I have great faith that "FALLEN" will be one of the highest quality pieces of work produced in…


Added by Greg Cullen on July 28, 2013 at 8:34 — No Comments

Premiere of 'Wing it, Dusty' written by Teresa Hennessy & directed by Jennifer Scott-Reid


We had an absolutely fantastic evening at Theatr Gwaun, Fishguard last Saturday 27th July 2013. Jennifer and I cannot wait for our run in Edinburgh followed by possible dates in Cardiff and at venues throughout Wales. Please come along when the dates are announced. It would be great to see you and have your support.

'Wing it, Dusty' Snippet

Added by Teresa Hennessy on July 27, 2013 at 8:30 — No Comments

****Shadow Boxing – Young Critics Review

Broken Souls: Shadow Boxing****

Directed by James Ashton

Written by James Gaddas

Performed by Alex Harries

Short, Sharp and Packs a Punch

Broken Souls' debut production, Shadow Boxing is a play with a heart that takes a look at male sexuality in a testosterone fuelled world. Flynn, an amateur boxer who’s desperate to go pro gives his life to his sport; not your average twenty something, he shirks drinking and sex to focus…


Added by Harriet Hopkins on July 25, 2013 at 22:30 — No Comments

A New Small Theatre and Performance Space?

We (StoryWorks) are conducting a feasibility study into the idea of developing a small theatre and performance space in Cardiff. At this stage we are entirely open to what form this may take whether it's a new space or perhaps building on an existing space.

Our first port of call is really to gauge the feeling in the theatre and performance community in Cardiff (and beyond). That's where you come in. You can give us your thoughts by taking 5 or 10 minutes to fill in this short…


Added by Storyworks on July 25, 2013 at 22:22 — No Comments

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