in partnership with National Theatre Wales
13th - 15th November 2012
mini-DRIFT Cardiff schedule
Tuesday 13th Nov 5pm-7pm (informal…Continue
Added by abdul shayek on October 31, 2012 at 23:41 — No Comments
Yesterday I was lucky enough to get a look behind the scenes of new show The Utah Bride!
I got a sneak peek of rehearsals which was exciting. I saw the lovely Utah Bride team at work, including the director Louise Osborn, then Sharon Morgan and Sara Lloyd-Gregory performed a gripping part of the play for me.
You can take a look at my pics from rehearsals below...
The show tours Wales in November, so watch this space for more…Continue
A few months ago we launched a new weekly National Theatre Wales e-newsletter. The idea was created by the staff team, then I sketched it out with some felt tip pens and the lovely people at Hoffi put together our template.
I've enjoyed delving into all our news and updates and putting them together to share with you each fortnight, so I really hope anyone who's been receiving the mailing has found it useful!
Thanks to everyone…Continue
Added by Jen Thornton on October 31, 2012 at 15:48 — No Comments
I’m midway through my residency at Cove Park working on ‘Lost, Found, Stolen,’ and things are slowly but surely taking shape. Having a week here with National Theatre Scotland artists has been an absolute gift. It is so nice to meet with new people and share ideas in a beautiful (but very cold) landscape. When I arrived I had bits of songs and bits of texts and a few vague ideas of where the piece may go. The last few days I have tried to fit these fragments together and really get a…Continue
Added by tracy harris on October 31, 2012 at 14:55 — No Comments
Just writing to let you know of an exciting opportunity for a Researcher to work on the R&D phase of a new project with National Theatre Wales and Blast Theory.
The position would suit a final year undergraduate or a postgraduate student working towards a degree in psychology or sociology.
Desirable criteria: Knowledge of the theory of psychological profiling and/or instrument development for physiological…Continue
L.O.V.E (Volcano theatre)
Sherman Cymru (30.10.12)
What comes to mind when you think of Shakespeare’s Sonnets: Boredom? Sentimental romance? Or English lessons at school?
None of the above could be applied to L.O.V.E, the passionate production recreated by Volcano for the company’s 25th anniversary, based on the bard’s collection of classical poetry.
A winner of the 1993 Time Out…Continue
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This Thursday 1st November is The First Forge: the first time The Forge is opening its doors as Cardiff's newest theatrical scratch and work-in-progress night.
After my last blog letting you know about opportunities to get involved in The Forge, we've had some exciting developments and confirmed a brilliant line up of artists…Continue
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The OSBTT Award was launched in 2003. It is an Award which is regularly evolving and seeking to be more ambitious. However, its brief remains the same, namely to support emerging artists of exceptional talent.…Continue
Added by Matt Ball on October 30, 2012 at 13:30 — No Comments
The Young Critics are currently busy coordinating the TCWA's
The first ever…Continue
'The Youth Arts Network' wants to hold a meeting in November to discuss what the next stage of this network should be.
For all of those who haven't yet engaged with 'Youth Arts Network <http://community.nationaltheatrewales.org/group/youth-arts>…
Just to point you all towards an exciting new commission from Watershed in Bristol:
Watershed are offering a new £30,000 international commission, for artist(s) who are using creative technologies to explore the theme of a Playable City. The…Continue
Added by Katherine Jewkes on October 28, 2012 at 23:00 — No Comments
For any fans of the short play 'Squirrel pride', performed at The Crofts pub in October for Stories of the Streets, the ebook of it is available at amazon kindle store from Sunday at the latest for £1.99
Added by Dean Scurlock on October 26, 2012 at 15:42 — No Comments
One of the greatest achievements of the ruling class could be said to be their ability to make the working class ashamed of itself. MTV’s shameful ‘The Valley’s’ has young people representing the worst stereotypes of the working class that our so called ‘betters’ can throw at us. Violent. Alcoholic or border line. Drug taking. Fake tanning. and on and on and on.
Another perpetrator is Channel 4’s Shameless and I leave readers of this message to comment further on that dribble…Continue
Just spent a really enjoyable morning with six fantastic actors and co-director Bethan Jones of the BBC pulling together excerpts from each of the shortlisted plays for the Wales Drama Award. Then on to lunch where the excerpts were performed and the winner, finally, announced.
And it is: Kath Chandler for her play Parallel Lines
Runners up are Ralph Boland for I Tell Big Fat Lies for You, and Paul Jenkins for Fear of Drowning
Big congrulations also to the rest of the…Continue
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Added by Rose Widlake on October 26, 2012 at 13:52 — No Comments
THINGS BEGINNING WITH M @Swansea Grand Tonight Arts Wing 8pm ALL TICKETS £5
Read the review www.theatre-wales.co.uk
Listen to the audience feedback "I had the great fortune to see your wonderful show in Aberystwyth on 18th Oct. Thank You. I laughed and cried.You spanned the whole spectrum of emotions and issues and in 100 minutes encapsulated what it means to be a woman"
Cabaret style in the round theatre with…Continue
Added by Yvonne Murphy on October 24, 2012 at 14:12 — No Comments
Lucy Davies, Executive Producer at National Theatre Wales since its launch, is to leave the company next year to become Executive Director at the Royal Court Theatre, London.
She will take up her new post in April 2013, joining Vicky Featherstone as she succeeds the Royal Court’s current Artistic Director Dominic Cooke.
Lucy worked alongside NTW Artistic…Continue
Added by Catrin Rogers on October 24, 2012 at 14:00 — No Comments