August 2015 Blog Posts (50)

Failure Project Day Four: Unquantifiable Failures

Restraints, constraints and the weight of expectations, over at my blog.

Added by Catriona James on August 6, 2015 at 9:11 — 2 Comments

Introducing Le Flea (Du Cirque)

A month ago we received an email from Greenman Festival. It was enquiry about a walk about submission George made over a year ago. They were interested in opening up a discussion with us about what we might be able to offer…

GM: “So… Do you have something?”

US: “Ummm… Sort of. We have a tent, and we have an idea of something we’d like to put inside the tent.”

GM: “What’s the idea?”
US: “Well, we’ve always loved the idea of creating a…

Added by Justin Teddy Cliffe on August 6, 2015 at 8:30 — No Comments

Failure Project Day Three: Be the Best Version of Yourself

Costumes, clowning and dancing failure on the link!

Added by Catriona James on August 5, 2015 at 6:25 — 1 Comment

Pontardawe Arts Centre - The Chrysalis Programme supporting Creative Development

Thanks to funding from the Arts Council of Wales Pontardawe Arts Centre is delighted to announce The Chrysalis Programme –a developmental programme to support the creative development of two individual artists or Associate Companies living in Wales.


Experienced theatre maker Louise Osborn has been identified as the Creative   Co-ordinator to drive the Chrysalis programme.  An award winning writer and director, Louise will bring her broad range of skills to this…


Added by Rachel Thomas on August 5, 2015 at 6:13 — No Comments

Make, Keep, Lose, Repeat

I've never been one for digitally sharing my work. Infact, I'd say I'm terrible at it.

In this technological age, this is my artistic downfall.

Plays, prose, documentation, photography, video, crazed ideas, experiments, first and last times and half thought productions all lived on my laptop and memory…


Added by Rachel-Helena Walsh on August 5, 2015 at 1:38 — No Comments

Failure Project Day Two: was that as hard as you expected?

Second day in the rehearsal room exploring failure... tired legs and post-match interviews here.

thanks, Catriona

Added by Catriona James on August 4, 2015 at 6:33 — No Comments

West Wales Regional Meeting

We have now set a date for the first of our regional Rethinking Education meetings and are looking for contributors to come along and help shape our discussions about NTW's approach to education.  The meeting will be held at the Creative Common in Haverfordwest on 15th of September from 5:30-7:30.  For more information and if you would like to come along, please contact me on

Many thanks! 

Added by Naomi Chiffi on August 4, 2015 at 0:46 — No Comments

New North Stars WalesLab: Day 12

Day 12

Just shared to tumultuous applause. There cannot be any roses left in the garden after K Harris' soul wrenching performance as The Loneliest Astronaut. Ehem.

Highlights of the day;

1)First sharing to a public audience, Jac and Kirsty are reminded how useful it is to show work in its infancy. They are also reminded of some questions that may have lain dormant for a few days.

2) "which end?"

3) Helmet complete and… Continue

Added by Kirsty Harris on August 3, 2015 at 22:53 — No Comments

Failure Project Day one: I Am Not Beyoncé.

I'm doing two weeks research and development on failure, and I'll be writing about my work over at my blog, on this link. I hope you're interested in following the process!

Thanks, Catriona

supported by:…


Added by Catriona James on August 3, 2015 at 7:00 — No Comments

Musician needed (male)! Paid opportunity.

RANSACK DANCE are looking for a male* musician for an upcoming performance (supported by ACW). Movement skills desirable but not essential.

Paid rehearsals: 28th Sept - 2nd Oct
Paid performance- 9th Oct

Please email with a CV

*we are also looking to expand our pool of female musicians. Please email a CV to be considered for future opportunities.

Added by Gemma Prangle on August 1, 2015 at 9:30 — No Comments

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