Added by Hazel Anderson on October 31, 2010 at 4:07 — No Comments
The Way Of It
A cycle of poems by R.S. Thomas (1913-2000). Born from the realisation, gained whilst idly flicking through a book of his collected verse some…Continue
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The day after Emergence!!
We had an incredible day at Chapter yesterday. There were around 70 people from the arts community from some of Wales' biggest organisations to individual freelance artists - writers, visual artists and performers. It was an extraordinary gathering. There were inspiring presentations from Paul Allen from Centre for Alternative Technology and Alison Tickell from Julies's Bicycle. John from NTW responded to the 'One Wales One Planet' document and challenged us…Continue
Added by Fern Smith on October 29, 2010 at 9:31 — 2 Comments
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Working with my Dad is profound and bloody frustrating! We are not the Redgrave’s, or the Fonda’s, we are the Diamond’s, rough and nearly ready to present our show in Chapter next week.
I’m directing my Dad!(Many swear words follow) It’s tough at times. I say “Dad, sorry Jeff, can you tone it down, and please don’t move your head until the music comes in, thanks” He stares at me, but does what I ask.
As I direct…Continue
Added by Re-live on October 28, 2010 at 2:27 — 2 Comments
Marie Todd - Rehearsal Shots for 1.618 Theatre Stripped. Photos taken by Sarah Bawler.
Presenting Afghan Idol. 29 Women. Am I Safe? In conjunction with Caryl Churchill's Seven Jewish Children. The event is for Charity and raising money for the civilian victims of war. Its going to be political, thought provoking but hopefully insightful to peoples lives that you…Continue
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I have been a professional actor for many years! The current project with RE-LIVE is the most challenging yet because one plays/performs as one-self....It is like pressing the destruct button of one's life (70 years..still counting!) and to have the opportunity to be totally honest in story-telling on 'how it was' and 'how it is!'
RE-LIVE has given 'the older generation the opportunity to share their life experiences and I applaud them for this inovation and a concept that be best…Continue
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Some of you will have heard me talking or blogging on this site about our search for ways to support emerging artists. I am delighted that today we are announcing a huge success: five-year funding from the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, providing an average of almost £100,000 per year towards the development of Welsh theatre artists.
Whereas all of National Theatre Wales’ core funding is focused on delivery of fully-produced shows, this new…Continue
Added by National Theatre Wales on October 26, 2010 at 2:30 — 19 Comments
In the Dark Philosophers' Shop in the centre of Newport we have been asking people to tell us what they would ask Newport if they could ask anything...
Out of last week's discussions, Philosophers' Cafes and Live Art Speed Date, we've had some interesting questions so far on the What is the Newport Question…Continue
Added by Catherine Paskell on October 25, 2010 at 12:00 — 1 Comment