I'm Charlie Hammond. I was a NTW TEAM member from some time around 2011-2013/4. But as Catrin Rogers, Press and PR Manager for NTW, reminded me when we met as this year's Edinburgh Fringe festival: 'Once a NTW member, always a NTW member'.
So here is a suitable self-indulgent but possibly interesting post about my journey from Cardiff 2013 to Edinburgh 2017, via the West Midlands, Paris, and Manchester.…Continue
Casting Breakdown: A new performance piece from National Theatre Wales and Quarantine
National Theatre Wales (NTW) is collaborating with leading UK contemporary theatre company, Quarantine, to create a new piece of performance for the NTW’s next season.
The production will look at ideas related to language and migration - with a focus on the relationship between ‘voice’ and identity and the…Continue
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Musical Theatre Network and Mercury Musical Developments have announced 15 BEAM pitching days around the UK to find ideas/new musicals in development for inclusion in our BEAM industry showcase (1st and 2nd March 2018 at Theatre Royal Stratford East), the first of these is happening in Cardiff on 30th September at Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, and we'd love Welsh writers to come along and pitch their ideas for new musicals to us.
All the information about pitching -…Continue
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In conjunction with Swansea Arts and Education, The Swansea Festival and The Welfare in Ystradgynlais, we are working on a new theatre piece aimed at Key Stage Two pupils charting the history of the famous Bells of Santiago - brought to Swansea after tragedy in 1863 and returned after tragedy in 2011. This is a new piece in our continued relationship with Swansea's Theatre-In-Education Programme. As well as a public performance in The Welfare, we will be visiting Pontlliw, The Hafod,…Continue
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This Autumn Span Arts have three exciting shows coming to South West Wales all of which will be well worth a watch!
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Calling Poets, Dancers, Musicians and Performers
Fio is looking for 4 mixed discipline artists to participate in an India Wales R&D residency.
From 27th November - 10th December 2017, Welsh artists…Continue
Added by Fio on August 27, 2017 at 20:30 — No Comments
NDCWales are delighted to announce that once again we are able to open our residency offer to Wales based dance artists.
Residency Dates: 23-27th October
The residency, held at the Dance House in Cardiff offers creative artists the opportunity to use our studios for a week in order to research the creation of…Continue
Added by Sarah Chew on August 24, 2017 at 13:56 — No Comments
The Romani Cultural & Arts Company launched a report for our “Stories of Health and Wellness: Gypsy, Roma, Traveller Communities in Wales” project. The event took place on 27th April 2017 at 10:00am at the Pierhead Seminar Room, Pierhead Building, National Assembly for Wales, Cardiff Bay, CF99 1NA. This prestigious launch was sponsored by…Continue
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Do you want to turn our Cardiff shopfront into your community Fun Palace on Sunday 8th October?
If you’ve got the ideas, we can give you the space (See images below). We’ll also provide you with TEAM support, equipment and a budget of £100 to help you make it happen.
Don’t know what Fun Palaces are yet? Then read all about how to make one…Continue
Added by Ben Tinniswood on August 24, 2017 at 13:45 — No Comments
National Theatre Wales is seeking to appoint two highly motivated and energetic individuals for the following vacancies.
Communications Coordinator (Maternity Cover)
The Communications Coordinator is responsible for managing all aspects of the day-to-day campaigns in support of the Company’s activities and in helping to deliver an innovative, ambitious and visionary Communications Strategy. The Communications Coordinator is also responsible for overseeing the…Continue
Added by Hannah John on August 22, 2017 at 13:52 — No Comments
Well hello pawb! Hey Everyone!
So I’m Sean – NTW’s brand new Comms Assistant - I tend to answer to any of the following….Sean, Kenny, SKenny, Kenneth, K-Dawg, new options always welcome….
I’m a twenty something year old from Bridgend who is half Welsh and half Irish! (No funny accents please – I reserve them for myself)
For the past 3 years you would have found me down in Cardiff Bay at the Armadillo that is WMC playing the role of Jack of All Trades, or to be precise –…
Added by Sean Kenny on August 22, 2017 at 13:32 — No Comments
Ydych chi’n frwd am berfformio?
Mae Odyssey Hijinx, grŵp theatr gymunedol sefydledig ar gyfer perfformwyr sydd ag anableddau, a heb anableddau, yn recriwtio cywion actorion i ymuno â'i rengoedd ar gyfer y cynhyrchiad Nadolig…Continue
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Hello! I’m Yasmin, an Actor from Port Talbot, and I am so, so happy to have just joined the team at NTW for their new project! I’ve only just started up as the Local Promoter for “We’re Still Here”, a NTW & Common Wealth collaboration!
The play is set and staged in Port Talbot and focuses on the Save Our Steel (S.O.S) campaign which came about in response to the threat of the closure of the Works – it was written by Rachel…Continue
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The Intergalactic Caravan is an older persons clowning project, funded by The Newbury Corn Exchange Theatre, 101 Outdoor Arts Creation Space and the Arts Council, England.
Working with a group of over 30 older people (the youngest was 60, the oldest 72) I spent three weeks turning an old caravan into an intergalactic spaceship and creating an immersive clowning show that also utilised binaural sound design and virtual reality. The full show piloted at Boomtown Festival in Winchester…Continue
Added by Kristoffer Huball on August 18, 2017 at 10:00 — No Comments
Do you have a passion for performing?
Hijinx Odyssey, a well-established community theatre group for performers with and without disabilities, is recruiting budding actors to join its ranks for this year’s Christmas production of Second Star to the Right at Wales Millennium Centre (30 Nov - 2 Dec 2017).…Continue
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