Two Japanese artists, Underground Airport and Yo Nakamura are invited for this year's Wales Lab project.
The theater collective, Underground Airport, will be heading North to Anglesey to do some research on the Wylfa Nuclear Power Station and its sociocultural effect on the local residents. Yo will be heading West, near Lampeter, to work on her choreographic project focusing on the relationship of memory and native land.
They are all…Continue
Added by Kyoko Iwaki on July 31, 2014 at 3:24 — 2 Comments
Hello to all the spoken word artists/rappers/poets,
I'm running evenings of music and poetry/spoken word around once a month at my place of work and I'm looking for more poets/spoken word artists. It by NO means needs to be conventional, there are no ways in which it needs to be performed. If you work alone or with a band or accompaniment then Id love to get you on board for a night.
All are welcome to get in touch. The point of these evenings is that rather…Continue
Added by Christopher Young on July 31, 2014 at 3:10 — 1 Comment
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The Riverfront Theatre and Arts Centre in Newport has three Youth Theatres which meet every saturday during term times. This year we have decided to take our youth theatre to the next level and compete in National Theatre Connections 2015.
We are really excited by this opportunity, and are looking to recruit more members to the group to help us create the best piece of Youth Theatre to ever come out of Newport!
Thanks to generous Arts Council Wales funding we…Continue
Added by Tahnee Craven on July 30, 2014 at 23:00 — No Comments
Soooo it has been ages since I blogged so I thought I would put up a quick post about the awesome Blysh festival that is currently taking place at the Wales millennium centre.
The festival is a celebration of circus and cabaret and hosts a collection of the weird and wonderful. Roller discos, big electro swing events, clowning, live bands, dance are just a few things that you might discover at the event.
It is awesome.
This weekend is the closing weekend so I suggest if…Continue
Added by Brent Morgan on July 30, 2014 at 21:14 — 1 Comment
This great training session is led by Carys Shannon - They usually takes place in Chapter Arts in Cardiff but this is the first one in North Wales - yay! It's FREE, it's in the wonderful MOSTYN gallery in Llandudno and there are 15 places - one of them could be yours!
This is an exploratory and personal workshop on leadership and authenticity led by facilitator Carys Shannon. The day will…Continue
Added by Jan Miller on July 30, 2014 at 7:00 — 2 Comments
Join the Open Sessions and find out more about Wales Drama Award
As you may know, National Theatre Wales, in partnership with BBC Writersroom, are inviting submissions for the second, prestigious £10,000 Wales Drama Award
The biennial award is both a celebration of writers in Wales and an open call to Welsh talent, whether emerging or established. It’s a collaboration between National…Continue
Added by Rhian Richards on July 30, 2014 at 4:30 — No Comments
Not only is Adam Dawson an amazing filmmaker but he's also managed to hunt out not one, but TWO, giant studio spaces for Film Team to use for FREE. Thanks to Adam's enthusiasm for all things Film Team, and his boss for the opportunity, we were spoilt for choice. Film Team have opted for the very filmic, disused amusement arcade... and hopefully they'll shoot part of their new film there before the machines go. It's creepy enough, given their fondness for a little bit of horror. Keep an eye…Continue
Added by Jan Miller on July 30, 2014 at 4:25 — 1 Comment
Three tatty, bearded Open University professors circa 1978 present the history of the universe through the medium of contemporary dance.
Though a secular story, God is played by the disembodied voice of Professor Brian Cox.
Whilst Cox speaks his best lines from the 2011 BBC TV epic Wonders of the Universe, there is much thrusting,…Continue
Added by Laura H Drane on July 30, 2014 at 4:00 — No Comments
Come along to Cafe Gwynant, Nant Gwynant, Snowdonia this Thursday from 5pm to find out more about The Gathering/Yr Helfa!
Dewch i Gaffi Gwynant, Eryri dydd Iau o 5pm i glywed mwy am The Gathering/Yr Helfa!
We'll be at Cafe Gwynant, where you can chat to National Theatre Wales staff, find out more about the show and how you can get…Continue
Added by Rhian Richards on July 29, 2014 at 5:00 — No Comments
Articulture brings you a short sunny broadcast for those interested in booking the last of our limited places on our special event on Wednesday 6 August, with the …
Added by Articulture Wales on July 29, 2014 at 1:37 — No Comments
Are you an artist with a foot in activism, a community organiser, or a small business owner?
Are you someone who questions the status quo?
Are you interested in uncovering structures of power and exclusion?
Are you the exception and the…Continue
Added by Artes Mundi on July 29, 2014 at 0:28 — No Comments
Greetings! We are actresses Llinos Mai and Hannah McPake, welcome to our blog about Green Man // Red Woman, which you can see at Greenman Festival from 14 - 17 August 2014. For the four days of the festival we will be camping in the woods (sharing a tent), doing magic tricks like two little David Copperfields and chatting to as many lovely ladies as we can find onsite. Which we imagine will be a lot.
Added by Llinos Mai and Hannah McPake on July 28, 2014 at 1:23 — No Comments
It has been an average week in the kingdom of Welsh Noir...Louie Knight has been thrown down the stairs, Sospan has served a new ice cream flavour, Eeyore has cleaned up after the donkeys, Herod has run up and down the prom, Myfanwy has sung, Bianca has met the vicar, Mrs. Llantrisant has swabbed the front and Calamity? Well, Calamity has helped many a scarved old lady win a TeasMade in the Promenade Bingo Hall...but things are never quite what they seem on the mean streets of Aber...…Continue
Added by Adrian Metcalfe on July 26, 2014 at 19:57 — No Comments
We are looking for female volunteers from TEAM to join the on-site production of Green Man // Red Woman, taking place from 14th - 17th August at Greenman Festival in Brecon (volunteers needed 16th and 17th).
About the show:
Commissioned by National Theatre Wales and written and directed by site-specific theatre maker Gerald Tyler – Green Man // Red Woman is a show created specially for Greenman Festival 2014, taking inspiration from the…Continue
Added by Olivia Harris on July 25, 2014 at 4:30 — No Comments
Last autumn, I first worked with the Third Year Acting students of Gorseinon, Gower College Swansea on their drama school audition monologues. In front of me were extraordinarily talented young actors. They are the next generation of exceptional Welsh theatre actors, all from towns and villages in South and West Wales. …Continue
Added by Catherine Paskell on July 25, 2014 at 0:30 — No Comments
Alan Harris, ubiquitous as a writer of quirky, engaging dramas across the breadth of South Welsh theatre production, and Martin Constantine, ubiquitous as a director of youth and college opera in Cardiff, have created a trans-media production which investigates our vision of a shared future with a significant other. It is always funny and shapes up into a neat dramatic argument as its novel structure begins to settle into a pattern in your mind.
Added by Hillman Hunter on July 24, 2014 at 10:59 — No Comments
This is my view while I'm writing this blog post for you.
Let me tell you that this picture cannot, in any way, capture the beauty that is surrounding me in this moment.
A father and his son are also here,fishing.I am wondering whether I'm disturbing them. I am trying to be as quiet as I can be.
They haven't caught a fish yet but…
Added by Christina Handke on July 24, 2014 at 6:00 — 1 Comment
For any of you going to Edinburgh in August...
Read all about it! http://eepurl.com/ZB1Lb
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