October 2013 Blog Posts (123)

What's Next? After Dirty, Gifted and Welsh

Tim Price talks to Nick Payne in the Q&A for Dirty, Gifted and Welsh

Yesterday, Saturday 19 October, the Park and Dare in Treorchy buzzed with the voices of writers.

These voices resonated through discussions, play readings, pop up performances, help…

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Added by Catherine Paskell on October 20, 2013 at 12:30 — 9 Comments

'Hiraeth' R&D week

Hi all! 

Here's a little video of what Max Mackintosh, Jesse Briton and myself got up to for a week R&D of 'Hiraeth' (my little show!) . 

Massive thanks to Arts Council Wales, Wales Millennium Centre and National Theatre Wales TEAM for the support! 

And round of applause for Light Trap for the super awesome video!

WATCH THIS…

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Added by Buddug James Jones on October 20, 2013 at 10:53 — No Comments

CRITICAL CHINWAG - '1984' by Headlong

Hi all!

The next Critical Chinwag will be on November 5th to see '1984' by Headlong Theatre in Sherman Cymru, Cardiff.

Critical Chinwag as a 'theatre book-club' i.e a small group of people go and see a show for FREE, discuss the show after and then carry on the discussions in the Critical CHinwag Group page after. It's a really good night, and you get to meet new people with…

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Added by Buddug James Jones on October 20, 2013 at 10:09 — No Comments

Last call for Jacob Marley - paid role at Chapter

A modern adaptation of 'A Christmas Carol' by Charles Dickens
 
Jacob Marley is written as a ruthless 'excellent man of business', a man who just wants to watch the world burn and laughs at the flames he has lit. Cruel to his wife, he plays games with the lives of Bob Cratchitt, Emma, and Scrooge. A mentor to the latter, Jacob wants to create Ebenezer in his, Jacob's, image.
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Added by Dean Scurlock on October 20, 2013 at 9:54 — 1 Comment

Say it out loud

Apparently, if you have lost something you should say that name of that thing out loud over and over again. You, like me, might be accustomed to this ritual without even realising that you are in fact, like me, brilliant at looking for things. There’s something about repeating the word out loud that connects the object and relevant images in your mind; every time pressing ‘next’ for a new image that might match. Eventually an image and the object hold together, a structure is built, a bridge…

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Added by Dino Rovaretti on October 19, 2013 at 23:30 — No Comments

Flash mob for Egypt in Cardiff

Hi every one,

 

I am looking for volunteers for a flash mob on Saturday 7th December 2013 in Cardiff city centre at 1.30pm. 

I am staging a flash mob to spread awareness of the atrocities that are taking place following the ousting of the first democratically elected president in Egypt.  Since he was ousted from power illegally by the army, the army has used force killing, torturing and  arresting people simple because they stood up for their basic human…

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Added by mohamed abas on October 19, 2013 at 20:05 — No Comments

I'm With The Band - Young Critics Review

I’m With The Band ***

Traverse Theatre & Wales Millenium Centre

Written by Tim Price

Directed by Hamish Pirie

Award winning playwright, Tim Price, teamed up once again with Edinburgh’s Traverse Theatre Hamish Pirie to deliver the unique production I’m With The Band.

An explorative plot that aims to address the wider issue of Scottish Independence, I’m With The Band, sees The Union, an indie rock band made up of an Englishman, Scotsman,…

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Added by Harriet Hopkins on October 19, 2013 at 12:18 — No Comments

Tonypandemonium goes into school

Today I was in Tonypandy Community College and Treorchy Comprehensive, carrying out workshops on the now sell out show Tonypandemonium by local award winning writer Rachel Tresize. It was an absolute pleasure working with the students at both schools and hearing their feedback on the show.

So, here are a few pics from today's…

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Added by rachael boulton on October 18, 2013 at 16:45 — No Comments

The Llanarth Group's Told by the Wind - Huddersfield and Tokyo Oct/Nov 2013.

They are not cities I would usually put together... Huddersfield and Tokyo... but that's where Jo Shapland, Phillip Zarrilli and I are off to next week, on tour with The Llanarth Group's Told by the Wind.

The production in Huddersfield is performed as part of Being Here: Psychophysical…

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Added by Kaite O'Reilly on October 18, 2013 at 9:37 — No Comments

Century Theatre - The First Mobile Theatre is under threat of closure

The Century Theatre is thought to be the only solid structure, fully equipped, mobile theatre in the world. The dream of John Ridley, an engineer, was turned into reality in a Hinckley yard between 1948 and 1952 .

Converted from wartime military trailers and tractors, the theatre travelled in convoy of 32 vehicles to provide quality theatre around the country for 23 years.  The convoy would often travel at no more than 8 miles an hour.…

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Added by David Evans on October 18, 2013 at 9:00 — No Comments

Angel-C...

Angel-C, as a collective, are brought together once again to make visual/audio and live interventions, as part of the Made In Roath Festival 2013 http://madeinroath.com/  

 

Angel-C came together in June…

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Added by Leah on October 18, 2013 at 9:00 — No Comments

Writers! Get down to surgery this weekend at Dirty, Gifted and Welsh!

Join us in Treorchy this Saturday for personal surgeries for writers, with National Theatre Wales staff, the Dirty Protest team and The Writer’s Guild for Great Britain. Bring your questions, your woes and your enthusiasm to pick our brains and get all the info you need to step it up, wherever you’re up to in your writing career.

 

Sign up on the day for a 10-minute slot between 10am – 11am or 1pm – 2pm.

 

10am – 11am

‘What joining the Writers' Guild…

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Added by Sarah Jane Leigh on October 17, 2013 at 15:33 — 4 Comments

What Makes The Rhondda?

 

So the Rhondda Assembly is only ten days away and things are really beginning to take shape. We have assembled an amazing crew of different artists who, over the next week or so, will be shaping the Assembly. This Assembly will be a development of those before it, because…

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Added by Gavin Porter on October 17, 2013 at 15:30 — No Comments

The Devil's Music

The Devil's Music from OTHNIEL SMITH on Vimeo.

Added by Othniel Smith on October 17, 2013 at 12:14 — No Comments

I'M WITH THE BAND Wales Millennium Centre 16 October 2013

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Traverse Theatre in conjunction with the Wales Millennium Centre…

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Added by CHRIS HOWELL on October 17, 2013 at 11:16 — No Comments

Pay rates in the USA

This article is from the Breitbart

CARNEGIE HALL STAGEHANDS MAKING AVERAGE OF $419,000 END STRIKE

This week, Carnegie Hall stagehands who make on average $419,000 a year went on strike, forcing the cancellation of a gala that would have benefited nonprofit artistic and education programs.

The dispute between the 122-year hall and the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees Union, reportedly the first ever strike at Carnegie Hall, was resolved on Friday. …

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Added by David Evans on October 17, 2013 at 10:04 — 2 Comments

A day in the Life of David Goff Eveleigh - Artistic Director, The Tempest on Fire (29th Oct - 2nd Nov 2013)

Every day of late is focused primarily on my latest project The Tempest on Fire. This fire theatre spectacular will take place during autumn half term at the Penpont Estate near Brecon where I am living a bucolic lifestyle in a caravan on the banks of the River…

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Added by David Goffee on October 17, 2013 at 9:30 — No Comments

I start here

Hello, how are you feeling today?

I'd like to introduce the project that I am currently working on. I would like this space to be somewhere that I can word vomit and not clean it up, so I will keep updating this every Sunday from next week and let it pile up.

 I am studying theatre at Falmouth University and this project is the part of my third year PIC module (Practice in context) where for twelve weeks the student artist embarks on a self-led project. At the end of year two I had…

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Added by Dino Rovaretti on October 16, 2013 at 20:30 — No Comments

Sion Tomos at Word4Word Treorchy

Sion Tomos, winner of the audience vote at NTW TEAMs Word4Word

Added by Devinda De Silva on October 16, 2013 at 17:01 — 1 Comment

Treorchy Residency and Goodbye NTW!



As you may know, the NTW Core staff Team are currently resident in the Parc and Dare in Treorchy. We've set up camp on the top floor with amazing views over the valley. As an Aberdare girl it's lovely to work with such familiar views around me :)

 

It's been a lovely…

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Added by Julia Coles on October 16, 2013 at 15:50 — 3 Comments

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