September 2015 Blog Posts (74)

A Philosophy in Funding

When we started Tin Shed Theatre Co. back in 2010 we didn’t know much about business side of making theatre. We were never taught about funding, or support schemes, we didn’t really know what R&D meant, and we never performed any sort of “work in progress”, we just made things and found places to perform them. We worked two jobs and paid an equal share into our productions to get them off the ground. Five years on, reflecting on our early work methods, the whole thing seems ludicrous,…

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Added by Justin Teddy Cliffe on September 15, 2015 at 10:00 — No Comments

YURI August 012 - The madness has begun…/Y gwallgofrwydd wedi dechra… | Blog 1

I’ve seen a few of August 012’s work in the past, and had a bonkers experience as an audience member. Now, I’m working with Mathilde and the company as the assistant director to stage the farcical play which is YURI – and the first few days have most definitely been… boncyrs!

So far in the rehearsal room the wonderful and playful cast (Carys Eleri, Ceri Murphy and Guto Wynne Davies) have had me in stitches as they begin their…

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Added by Elgan Rhys on September 14, 2015 at 22:17 — 1 Comment

Tin Shed Theatre Blog - Molecule - An Introduction to Stephen Donnelly

Hello,

We here at Tin Shed Theatre Co. couldn't be happier to announce that we are ready and are currently commencing our second Molecule (a fledgling development scheme) of the year.

Molecule for us does three things:

1 - It allows us to engage with new artists, both resident on the scheme, associated with and as a visitor to the sharing.

2 - It allows selected…

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Added by Justin Teddy Cliffe on September 14, 2015 at 21:56 — No Comments

Life in a Small-Scale Theatre Company - Brief Encounters

We have just had a review on the Theatre Wales website: 

Brief Encounters

Lighthouse Theatre Company , Pontardawe Arts Centre , September-14-15
Brief Encounters by Lighthouse Theatre Company

For a number of years now the…
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Added by Adrian Metcalfe on September 14, 2015 at 20:28 — No Comments

NTW TEAM Opportunity: Live blog the overnight marathon of Iliad!

TEAM Live blogger- Overnight Iliad Marathon!

 

 

What we’re looking for . . .

 

We are giving two NTW TEAM members the opportunity to live blog the extraordinary overnight marathon performance of National Theatre Wales’s Iliad on the night of Sat 3 Oct, 6:30pm- 6:00am!

 

You will be sharing your experience live online via NTW online community and social media via blogs, tweets, posts and photos (and so on)…

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Added by Laura Fay Thomas on September 14, 2015 at 16:00 — No Comments

Ticket Offer for TEAM members: Blud: a co-production between otherMother and The Other Room

otherMother and The Other Room would like to invite NTW TEAM to join us at the final week of our first production, Blud. Written and directed by the one and only Kelly Jones and Anna Poole, and on at The Other Room at Porters from 1st - 18th September it's going down a storm! 

What's it about?

A war is waging between rival…
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Added by Olivia Harris on September 14, 2015 at 14:30 — No Comments

Volcano Theatre pilot new Youth Theatre

Creative Learning for young people aged 13 to 21

This is a pilot project to build a community of daring young people who will become the next generation of innovators of Performance in Wales and beyond. Volcano will form a new Young People's Drama Company from Autumn 2015 specialising in contemporary Physical Theatre & devised Performance, which will lead to productions with acclaimed companies such as National Theatre of Wales.

As an introduction to the…

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Added by Erin Rickard on September 14, 2015 at 11:30 — No Comments

Dirty Protest are looking for an assistant director

Dirty Protest need YOU!

Dirty Protest are looking for an assistant director.

Come and work with us on our next major production, PARALLEL LINES by Katherine Chandler. Directed by Dirty Protest's Catherine Paskell, our first ever national tour will rehearse and open at Chapter, Cardiff before heading off to six key Welsh venues this autumn.

Who are Dirty Protest?

Dirty Protest is…

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Added by Catherine Paskell on September 12, 2015 at 12:00 — No Comments

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

Josh loved playing the glorious grand in Maesteg Town Hall tonight. Great venue, great audience, great fun!

Added by Adrian Metcalfe on September 11, 2015 at 23:28 — No Comments

Since Joining TEAM . . .

Since joining National Theatre Wales TEAM 5 years ago when I was 16 I have . . .…
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Added by Laura Fay Thomas on September 11, 2015 at 11:05 — No Comments

Farmhouse location needed in South Wales - Paid

We are filming a short film in South West Wales in early November and we’re after a farmhouse to shoot in.

In the story a father and his son live on the farm alone, the mother is gone and the place is a little rundown and outdated. We need the interior more than the exterior so it's doesn't have to be on a farm, it just needs to look rustic and slightly unloved.  We can dress the location to look like a farmhouse interior, so it could be…

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Added by James Cookson on September 11, 2015 at 6:45 — No Comments

How to catch a show's essence even in a dress rehearsal photo

Love this dress rehearsal shot by Noel Dacey of Karol's new work, Homo Irrationalis (at Chapter this weekend: http://www.chapter.org/homo-irrationalis)

Added by Laura H Drane on September 10, 2015 at 20:53 — No Comments

Help shape the future of TEAM!

As Development Associate here at NTW, I am responsible for working with our wonderful creatives to make the case for our programs to funders and donors. 

At the moment I am working with Devinda and Laura to look at the future of funding for TEAM and how to propose TEAM's diverse and dynamic offerings to major partners. It has become apparent through this process that we need to conduct some further formal consultation with our stakeholders. This means TEAM members, non-TEAM…

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Added by Michaela Nutt on September 10, 2015 at 16:45 — No Comments

Frantic Assembly’s Ignition is back!

Are you male? Age 16-20? Risk-taking & energetic? Then look no further - this is for you!

 

We are excited to announce that NYAW are joining this year’s search for the next generation of new young male performers from all over the UK.

Come to a taster session and try out Frantic Assembly’s fast, risk-taking style of physical theatre. No experience is necessary, just bring your energy!

And if you like what you've tried, you can sign up for the Trial…

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Added by National Youth Arts Wales on September 10, 2015 at 7:46 — No Comments

Pembrokeshire Drover Commission



Open Call – Pembrokeshire Drover Commission



Confluence, in partnership with Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority, is inviting applications from artists working with moving image to undertake a commission to create a socially-engaged, site-specific or site-responsive artwork that draws on and reflects upon the interrelationships between Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire’s historic county town and market…

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Added by Rhowan Alleyne on September 9, 2015 at 13:16 — No Comments

A quick hello!

Hello everyone!

It’s my first week at National Theatre Wales and I wanted to introduce myself. I’m Brady and I’ll be working as the Digital Communications Assistant over the next 12 months, so I may become quite familiar! The…

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Added by Brady Bowes on September 9, 2015 at 8:30 — No Comments

Bara Bread Review

Hello everybody :)

I reviewed Bara Bread a while back but I have been asked by Carmen Medway Stephens, the writer of Bara Bread to post the review on here due to see what feedback is received as the production is looking to be toured again in the future with further development.

I review regularly for Arts Scene in Wales so be sure to check out their website for more of my reviews as well as all art reviews across Wales at…

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Added by Danielle Fahiya on September 8, 2015 at 20:48 — No Comments

Buzzing this week

It really does feel like we're all back to school after the summer break with a huge roster of exciting shows on in the Diff this week:

Karol Cysewski/ Homo Irrationalis http://www.chapter.org/homo-irrationalis ;

plus

Motherlode/ The Good Earth http://www.motherlodetheatre.com/ ;

OtherMother/ Blud …

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Added by Laura H Drane on September 8, 2015 at 9:00 — No Comments

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