August 2015 Blog Posts (50)

Rob Keeley's guest blog

Am guest hosting a blog on Read It Daddy, with an exclusive interview with my character Edward Fitzberranger!

(From the "Spirits" series of ghost novels for the 8-12s.)

Also contains exclusive plot details!

Added by Rob Keeley on August 31, 2015 at 23:36 — No Comments

Impact of conflict

How does the impact of war shape the rest of people's lives? How can theatre, creativity, a space to express and explore help people move on...Re-Live launch their new programme of work with veterans and family members next week at Chapter. Delighted we'll be working with two brilliant guest practitioners, Gilly Adams (creative writing and directing for radio, stage and…


Added by Re-live on August 31, 2015 at 23:16 — 1 Comment

Looking for a Tech ASM in London

Nick Mumford (LX designer for 150) says;

'Suddenly in need of a Tech ASM for seven and a half weeks from September 6th. Knowledge of Qlab and video a bonus. London gig. Message me for more details of a bonkers but straightforward experience!'

If you don't have his details just contact me;

Added by David Evans on August 30, 2015 at 20:24 — No Comments

Life in a Small-Scale Theatre Company...Brief Encounters

So rehearsals are starting next week for Brief Encounters. Once again we are teaming up with the marvellous Pontardawe Arts Centre where we open on the 10th September. Here's the full schedule:

Joining us will be Llinos Daniel, Josh Stokes and Ffion Haf Davies all directed by Maxine Evans.

Should be fun...

It would be great if you…


Added by Adrian Metcalfe on August 26, 2015 at 4:04 — No Comments


3rd Year students and Graduate Placements Available


The Insatiable, Inflatable Candylion


Location: Cardiff


NTW are offering a number of 3rd Year student/Graduate level placements in three key areas of production, for our Christmas production.


  • Technical
  • Design
  • Stage Management


This is a brilliant…


Added by Fiona Curtis on August 25, 2015 at 3:05 — No Comments

TEAM at Ed Fringe - Day 6

Added by Rachel-Helena Walsh on August 23, 2015 at 23:31 — 3 Comments

TEAM at Ed Fringe - Day 5

Added by Rachel-Helena Walsh on August 23, 2015 at 23:29 — No Comments

Life in a Small-Scale Theatre Company...Return Journey returns

Last week, we re-staged our highly acclaimed promenade production of Return Journey on the streets of Swansea for the Vassar College Alumnae Travel Program, culminating in a visit to the Dylan Thomas Birthplace. It was great to be back on the streets, and we hope to reprise the piece in a number of different guises soon. Kev and Ed were right back in the groove, and we welcomed newbies Sonia and Louisa Lorey who fell into it. As though to the manner born! And you know what - 'Swansea…


Added by Adrian Metcalfe on August 22, 2015 at 18:00 — No Comments

TEAM at Ed Fringe - Day 4


Added by Rachel-Helena Walsh on August 21, 2015 at 3:52 — No Comments

Casting for a BFI funded short film

We're looking to find actors for our BFI funded short film; Panic.


Dylan, a young farmer, is desperate to escape his life. As his opportunity creeps closer, he is plagued by violent visions. There's a rage building inside of him that has him terrified he might hurt the people he loves.


We’re looking to cast five roles, one male lead (18 - 22), one…


Added by James Cookson on August 20, 2015 at 19:59 — No Comments

Puppeteers Required

Wondering what to do with the last few days of your Summer? Post Edinburgh blues? Always wanted to learn some Puppetry? Then this is for you.

An opportunity to learn alongside professionals, our large-scale lantern puppets require some enthusiastic assistants.

With mass choreography, lantern processions, a new choral production, acrobatic dance and awe-inspiring pyrotechnics, the production of Ar Waith Ar Daith – a Welsh journey of Myth & Magic – will be like nothing…


Added by Jacqui George on August 20, 2015 at 10:00 — No Comments

TEAM at Ed Fringe - Day 3


Added by Rachel-Helena Walsh on August 19, 2015 at 23:23 — No Comments

Project Hush

Seventy years on since the US dropped atomic bombs on the people of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and my friend Kyoko, who is from Hiroshima but now lives in Cwmtwrch, has begun  to share her experience of what it was like for her family and community to live in the aftermath. She wants to share her story because she cannot bear the thought of it happening…


Added by bridget keehan on August 19, 2015 at 6:00 — No Comments

Team at Ed Fringe - Day 2


Added by Rachel-Helena Walsh on August 18, 2015 at 23:51 — No Comments

A report of Underground Airport part1

Hello! This is Yasuro Ito of Underground Airport. How are you doing in Wales!?

We are very well in Japan!! 

Today we would like to introduce our works in 2014 to 2015 with stage photos!

"The Prisoner of Dakiny" Dec in 2014 Ebisu Echo Theatre in Tokyo

I wrote a new play,based upon two…


Added by Yasuro Ito on August 18, 2015 at 23:13 — No Comments

R&D condensed

Over the first half of this year, myself and a team undertook R&D for a new show for teens, called Pandora's Locker.

Want to know more about we did and what we achieved with the R&D? Helen Griffiths has made a film of the whole process:


Added by Laura H Drane on August 18, 2015 at 22:26 — No Comments

Male performers wanted / all ages / all abilities


Dawns i Bawb, in partnership with LLAWN Festival (curated by Marc Rees), will be running an intergenerational event with renowned choreographer Cecilia MacFarlane ( co-choreographer on the original and cult classic The Wicker Man ).

Cecilia has worked internationally and delivered amazing projects involving people of all ages.

She is critically acclaimed among the dance sector for her unique way of working with… Continue

Added by Marc Rees on August 18, 2015 at 5:10 — No Comments

TEAM at Ed Fringe - Day 1

Greetings from the Edinburgh Fringe!

We've been in this magical land nearing 24 hours now and so far we have:

  • Made lots of new buddies
  • Jumped, ran, searched and got lost throughout the cobbled streets in the pursuit of theatre
  • Spread the TEAM love on the Royal Mile, Pleasance Courtyard and…

Added by Rachel-Helena Walsh on August 17, 2015 at 23:25 — 2 Comments

Arts/Community Administration & Events Management Available

What I do:Re: Arts/Community Administration & Events Management

Do you need someone to look after a project for a couple of days or do you need someone once a week to come in and run a theatre office then look no further.

I have worked with

Big Foot Schools production ( Bi lingual )

Bridgend Youth Theatre

Man Mela Project with the renowned Dominic Rai (Bi Lingual)

The Passion as a Project Associate (Dawn Dance)

Battle of the Bands…


Added by Sue Manley on August 17, 2015 at 7:03 — No Comments

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