Firehorse Productions are casting for 1 male actor ( Playing age 18 - 28 ) for our anti-bullying schools tour of THE B WORD
Role - School pupil Tom
Production THE B WORD
Contract 15th October - 1st December 2018
We can only consider actors over 21 and holding a full driving licence, as you will be required to drive a…Continue
Added by Denise Francis on August 30, 2018 at 13:18 — No Comments
From inside the belly of the beast:
Making a monster.
Small World had an idea, let’s make a monster that comes from the deep, a mysterious big presence that arrives on a Welsh beach and drops off a load of ocean plastic. Somehow communicating that this stuff is new to the ocean environment and not wanted. For millennia the creatures of…Continue
Added by Bill Hamblett on August 30, 2018 at 11:44 — No Comments
I'm taking part in Theatr Iolo's Plattform programme this year, in partnership with The Riverfront in Newport.
Plattform is an artist development programme, this year the theme is making theatre for families.
There will be a weeks R&D in the last half of October and Im I interested in developing a show around climate and…Continue
Added by Gavin Porter on August 30, 2018 at 9:00 — No Comments
If you fancy a little jaunt over the border into rural Shropshire there's a lovely job here at Pentabus.
Role: Touring Stage Manager | Production: Crossings by Deirdre Kinahan
A Pentabus and New Perspectives Production
Dates: 17 Sept – 30 Nov 2018
Rehearsals: w/c 17 Sept for 3 weeks in Nottingham and then Ludlow, Shropshire.
Added by Andrew Sterry on August 28, 2018 at 10:28 — No Comments
Pen and Paper Theatre Co. CYF are looking to cast an actress to play Woman (Mary) in our production of Lunch by Steven Berkoff, by special arrangement with Samuel French LTD.
This opportunity is unpaid, and will require one rehearsal per week on a Thursday in Barry with performance on Nov 1st & 2nd at Penarth Pier Pavilion.
Added by Jordan Forse on August 27, 2018 at 17:32 — No Comments
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Rheolwr Cynhyrchiad –
Macbeth – Dehongliad y Cyfarwyddwr, Taith Tymor yr Hydref 2018
Cytundeb ITC/Undeb yr Actorion am £600 yr wythnos
Darperir llety a thelir lwfansau prydau bwyd ar gyfraddau cyfredol ITC.
Anfonwch at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rydym yn dymuno recriwtio Rheolwr Cynhyrchiad / TSM medrus, gweithgar i weithio gyda ni ar daith ar raddfa fach yng Nghymru a Lloegr yn nhymor…Continue
Added by Claudine Conway on August 24, 2018 at 13:00 — No Comments
"He's always there. Everywhere I go.
Can't get rid of him..."
Davey has seen something he can never forget. Anita is hiding from the truth. Tonight, they come face to face, and devastating realisations will be unearthed.
Added by No Boundaries on August 22, 2018 at 16:43 — No Comments
I saw this opportunity and I thought it might be of interest to Access Forum members:
The British Council are offering bursaries for artists and producers to attend IETM in Munich in November. IETM is a major European performing arts networking event. Unlimited are partners in this project
You can find more information about IETM, the opportunity and how to…Continue
Added by Claire Turner on August 22, 2018 at 12:50 — No Comments
Mae Neontopia yn edrych am Reolwyr Llwyfan gyda sgilliau sain i fod yn ran o’u cynhyrchiad nesaf, TUCK, i’w pherfformio yng Nghanolfan Mileniwm Cymru.
Mae TUCK wedi’i gosod ym myd Drag Caerdydd. Mi fydd hi’n cael ei pherfformio yng ngofod Ffresh yn y Ganolfan (CMC/WMC). Cynhyrchiad theatr gyda chast o…Continue
Added by Glesni Price-Jones on August 22, 2018 at 11:22 — No Comments
Stage One have launched Bridge the Gap, a new initiative developed specifically for people currently under-represented within the producing community.
Over the course of a year, Bridge the Gap will offer training and opportunities to 10 participants to support and guide them. This will be an opportunity for Stage One to build a long term relationship with a range of producers throughout their careers.
Added by Simon Coates on August 21, 2018 at 19:35 — No Comments
Hi Everyone, thanks for reading. We have some super exciting opportunities, both paid and voluntary to join us on our voyage across the river usk on the Transporter Bridge for our re-telling of Moby Dick. The piece is taking place outside, on Newport's iconic structure and will be site specific.
Who do we need?
We have 5 paid skill share opportunities for people looking to get trainee experience in design, production, tech and…Continue
Added by Georgina Ella Harris on August 21, 2018 at 12:15 — No Comments
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Technegydd Teithio Yn Eisiau
(cyfnod penodol tymor yr hydref, misoedd Hydref – Rhagfyr 2018)
Cwmni ballet proffesiynol yw Ballet Cymru, sydd â’i ganolfan yng Nghasnewydd, De Cymru, ac sy’n mynd â chynyrchiadau dihafal a chydnaws ar daith i oedfannau drwy hyd a lled gwledydd Prydain bob blwyddyn.
Mae Ballet Cymru ar drywydd…Continue
Added by Jenny Isaacs on August 20, 2018 at 9:52 — No Comments
During a survey when local people were asked what they would like to see performed by the Graig Du Theatre Players, a surprise awaited the people who collected the information: most of the correspondents were fed up with contemporary drama and wanted to be intrigued by stories that were set in the past. Originality was called for and political views, police stories, contemporary drama of whatever persuasion, were frowned upon. It was, with originality; an obligation of encouraging…Continue
Added by Glyndwr Edwards on August 19, 2018 at 17:26 — No Comments
The first scene takes place at Cardiff Arms Park, where Glamorgan are playing Somerset on July 25th 1890, the next scene takes place at Penllergare House, in the library in July, 1892, and the last scene takes place near the North Lodge in October 1893. Downstage, William Dillwyn Llewelyn, wearing cricketing whites, the son of Sir John Dillwyn Llewelyn, stands motionless. He is in his mid-twenties; someone who presents an aloof image to his…Continue
Due to a serious illness I was diagnosed with a year last March, which involved a number of operations afterwards over many months, my plans for the Graig Du Theatre Players had to be put on temporary hold. The convalescence period has been long and tiring. I appreciate the patience of the members of the players for not hearing from me. The plans will now progress once more. There will be updates with future posts. I continued writing and found it therapeutic. In the next blog that…Continue
Added by Glyndwr Edwards on August 19, 2018 at 15:13 — No Comments
Rydym yn falch iawn i'w gynnig tocynnau am ddim i aelodau TEAM i'r rhagolwg 'Tide Whisperer' sioe newydd National Theatre Wales.
Profiad ymdrochol wedi’i ysgrifennu gan y bardd a dramodydd Louise Wallwein, mi fydd Tide Whisperer yn mynd i’r afael â’r ffenomen byd-eang o ddadleoli a symudiadau torfol. Mae niferoedd uwch nag erioed yn symud ar draws y byd. Sut beth yw gadael eich cartref, i fyw gyda’r ansicrwydd efallai na fyddwch byth yn dod o hyd i un arall?
Mae The Tide…
Added by Sophie Lewis on August 14, 2018 at 15:40 — No Comments
We are excited to announce our next TEAM Social, this time in Pembrokeshire, for our Tenby-based show, ‘Tide Whisperer.’ TEAM members will receive free tickets to the final dress rehearsal and will be invited to join us for live music and an Amnesty International photography exhibition at Sand Bar, Tenby after the show.
An immersive experience written by poet and playwright Louise Wallwein, ‘Tide Whisperer’ will tackle the global phenomenon of displacement and mass movement. Record…
Added by Sophie Lewis on August 14, 2018 at 15:39 — No Comments
We are recruiting!
Paid roles: Stewards for Tide Whisperer
We are looking for friendly and reliable Stewards for National Theatre Wales’s upcoming site located production Tide Whisperer in Tenby. The production is a promenade production that will take audiences on a journey across the town, experiencing unique and intimate stories. The Front of House Stewards will need to bring energy and precision to the role. This is a…Continue
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