August 2010 Blog Posts (62)

Sue Manley Youth Work Opportunites

Sue Manley Re: Youth Work Opportunites

I am looking for any paid Youth Work Opporrtunities. I completed my Foundation degree in Public Sector management and would relish the opportunity of working full time within a challenging Arts/Youth worker role.I have been taken on Part time by Bridgend council as…

Added by Sue Manley on August 31, 2010 at 6:14 — No Comments

Room to Read


Added by Leona Jones on August 30, 2010 at 22:09 — No Comments

Volcano Theatre Company and Clarks Collaboration looking for cast

Rehearsal dates: Monday 7th February – Tuesday 15th March 2011 (5 weeks)

Location: Chapter Arts, Cardiff

Production opens: Wednesday 16th March 2011

Initial Tour details to be confirmed

Prosthetic Soul is a new and challenging theatrical piece based on the songs of Gareth Clark and developed in collaboration with Volcano Theatre Company. The music is contemporary in nature, short pop songs with catchy melodies. The show consists of strong characterisation, parody,… Continue

Added by Gareth Clark on August 29, 2010 at 23:30 — 2 Comments

Post your creative writing!

As part of our creative writing series starting 4th September with Ivy Alvarez, we are inviting people to post pieces of creative writing on our facebook discussion board!/pages/Celtic-Learners-Network/105990956112861?v=app_2373072738

For anyone…


Added by Celtic Learners Network on August 29, 2010 at 8:37 — No Comments

Saturday Morning - Take a Deep Breath

Okay, so if there's a mid point in our year-long theatre map, this is probably it. For me at least. I guess in theory half way through rehearsals of Love Steals us would be the mid point of 13 shows - or half way through the run.... but it certainly won't feel like a moment to pause and reflect. So I am officially designating today, Saturday 28 August and John McGrath's personal half-way point in the launch year programme of National Theatre Wales.

I'm not going to do a review of… Continue

Added by National Theatre Wales on August 28, 2010 at 0:56 — No Comments

Time to save a theatre

Up here on the North Pembrokeshire coast, there's not much in the way of theatre. And the one theatre we do have, Pembrokeshire County Council is intent on closing - by way of council cuts. Theatr Gwaun in Fishguard was (from the 1920s) a cinema, and still is - but from the 1990s it was reconfigured with stage and lighting for theatre and musical events. Closing the theatre would not only deprive the North Pembrokeshire community of an important entertainment venue, but one which can bring the… Continue

Added by Derek Webb on August 27, 2010 at 23:59 — 1 Comment

Help us Create a National Theatre Wales Programme

National Theatre Wales is looking for six people from Bridgend, who are aged 16-25, to help us create the programme for 'Love Steals Us From Loneliness'

This is a great opportunity for anyone wanting to get involved with National Theatre Wales and is interested in conducting interviews, taking photographs, writing articles etc.

If you would like to be part of this contact me at… Continue

Added by Devinda De Silva on August 26, 2010 at 3:30 — No Comments

Mnemonic: ground test II

Mnemonic is a participative project, performance and installation that explores and records the act of remembering and processing data, both online and in the real world.…


Added by Mathilde Lopez on August 26, 2010 at 1:00 — No Comments

Brecon Assembly slideshow

While we wait for Brecon video footage, here is the slideshow:

Added by Mathilde Lopez on August 25, 2010 at 7:17 — No Comments

CULT Cymru - Training Courses for Freelancers

Short courses including CV Development, Finance for Freelancers, Final Draft, Marketing & Promotion, Digital Photography.

From £10.

Added by Othniel Smith on August 25, 2010 at 1:02 — No Comments

NTW06 Brecon Assembly

There was something decidedly odd about the build-up to National Theatre Wales’ Assembly. Rumours flew around town claiming that somebody had coated Theatr Bycheiniog’s stage with real turf. Posts on the NTW community website hinted that they’d be traditional Ghurkha dancing alongside hot-off-the-press scriptwriting and aerial performance, bringing Brecon’s artistic and cultural variety together.… Continue

Added by Amelia Forsbrook on August 25, 2010 at 0:30 — No Comments

New DumbWise play 'Baby' - Rehearsed reading @ CAI - Come along!

Added by DumbWise on August 24, 2010 at 4:13 — No Comments

Great Opportunity for Choreographers

2011 Tanja Liedtke Fellowship. The Fellowship is being offered by the Tanja Liedtke Foundation, by competitive selection, to a European dancer/choreographer between the ages of 20 and 35.

The 2009 Tanja Liedtke Fellowship saw Australian dancer/choreographer Antony Hamilton spend 7 weeks in Berlin where he developed a new work of his own, worked (and networked) with German based artists, and experienced just about everything Berlin had to offer artistically and culturally. The work that… Continue

Added by National Theatre Wales on August 24, 2010 at 0:44 — No Comments

The Persians - Review

Hi all,

My review of The Persians is up over at British Theatre Guide. Take a look!


Added by Ben Bryant on August 23, 2010 at 4:59 — No Comments

Well worth a listen !

Kathy Burke on Desert Island Discs

Added by Guy O'Donnell on August 21, 2010 at 18:43 — No Comments

The Ophelia Project goes gothic - see our new 3min film of our rehearsal at Brompton Cemetery

See our new 3min film of our outdoor rehearsal: -

Added by Rhiannon Brace on August 20, 2010 at 21:13 — No Comments

Brecon Assembly Rehearsal Pictures

'What Is Brecon Guarding And Protecting?'

Musicians/Actors/Ghurka Dancers/Debate/Aerial Artists & more

Join us at Theatr Brycheiniog…


Added by Devinda De Silva on August 20, 2010 at 11:35 — No Comments

Follow up to NTW03 Assembly: Is Cardiff a young city?

Just make one brief visit to Cardiff’s page and Wikipedia will tell you a lot about the age of our city. Look a bit harder and the timeframes become extremely clear. In infancy Cardiff was the site of a fort, where Common Era men and women spent their days fashioning and swapping coins (or so archaeologists would have us believe). The settlement…


Added by Amelia Forsbrook on August 19, 2010 at 14:13 — No Comments

The New Critics' Reviews of The Beach

Dylan Moore and Megan Jones are National Theatre Wales and Academi New Critics. They are both part of a scheme that supports their artistic development as Welsh critics. They both came to see The Beach, our 5th production in Prestatyn in July and this is what they both thought of the show:

Dylan Moore…


Added by Catherine Paskell on August 19, 2010 at 8:30 — No Comments

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