I'm a former student colleague from C F Mott College in Liverpool of Helen Gwyn, formerly Helen Rees Jones, who I believe spent some time with the National Theatre of Wales in the early 1980s. A group of us recently got together for a reunion and it appears nobody is now still in touch with her. It would be great to hear from her, or from anyone who knows her.
Added by Nick Reed on October 30, 2019 at 14:45 — No Comments
We have a brilliant opportunity for an experienced and ambitious Producer to come and join us in Cardiff.
Working from our Cardiff base you will support in the delivery of Common Wealth’s work – this will include producing site-specific performances and the supporting of co-created productions to take place in East Cardiff as part of the Moving Roots Touring Network.
Details on how to apply are available on our…Continue
Added by Rhiannon White on October 30, 2019 at 12:56 — No Comments
Ironic that being a theatre director , performer and maker it all gets too busy, all at once, and it is hard to get to actually see other pieces of theatre, events and shows. Managed to catch On Bear Ridge at the Sherman but that is a 4 hour round trip. Wanting to see Monolith at the Principality Stadium but booked and working on those days.
i should post up our events as we have 3 or even 4 lantern parades ending up with the 4th Cardigan lantern parade that attracted over 10,000…Continue
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Just round the corner from the Royal Court is 23 Cliveden Place, the home of Nye Bevan and Jennie Lee. As I walked past this address on my way to The Royal Court I realised that perhaps Wales was not so very far away.
Some may question placing such an intrinsically Welsh story onto a London stage but just as Bevan saw the universality of the lessons he learnt in Tredegar, so are the subjects that Ed Thomas addresses in On Bear Ridge. We are all subject to forces that we…Continue
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National Theatre Wales TEAM Panel
We are looking for two new members from Wrexham to join our TEAM Panel from January 2020.
What is TEAM?
TEAM is NTW’s unique approach to engagement. It is an international network of friends of NTW who support each other and feed into all aspects of our work. TEAM is a pioneering organisational model that creates a different relationship between an arts organisation and the…Continue
Added by Sophie Lewis on October 21, 2019 at 13:00 — No Comments
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An Arts Council of Wales funded project gets the green light
The Romani Cultural & Arts Company is proud to announce a new exhibition of works by the artist Cas Holmes. This exciting installation of specially commissioned artworks is the latest in our groundbreaking Gypsy Maker project—an initiative that…Continue
Added by Isaac Blake on October 15, 2019 at 16:56 — No Comments
An Arts Council of Wales funded project gets the green light
The Romani Cultural & Arts Company is proud to announce a new exhibition of works by the artist Dan Turner. This exciting installation of specially commissioned artworks is the latest in our groundbreaking Gypsy Maker project—an initiative that…Continue
Added by Isaac Blake on October 15, 2019 at 16:48 — No Comments
Under my leadership, The Romani Cultural & Arts Company is proud to announce that an Arts Council of Wales funded project gets the green light.
The Romani Cultural & Arts Company is proud to announce two new exhibitions of works by the artists Cas Holmes and Dan Turner. This exciting installation of specially commissioned artworks is…Continue
Added by Isaac Blake on October 15, 2019 at 16:24 — No Comments
Mess Up The Mess are looking for Volunteer Board Members to join its Board of Directors.
Mess Up The Mess is a professional youth theatre company, based in Ammanford, but working with over 300 young people across South Wales. Since 2005, Mess Up the Mess has been working with disadvantaged and hard to reach young people, using theatre and the arts as powerful tools to engage and empower them to make their voices heard. From small-scale issues-based workshops and preparation for work…Continue
Added by Chris Lewis on October 15, 2019 at 14:24 — No Comments
Date: Tuesday 17th December 2019 (9.30 AM – 5:00 PM)
Venue: First Space Chapter Arts Centre, Market Rd, Cardiff CF5 1QE
Admission: The cost for the day (including light refreshments and lunch) is £162.29 per delegate, if you book before the Tuesday 3rd…Continue
Added by Isaac Blake on October 10, 2019 at 9:55 — No Comments
-This is a call out for a photographer who has links with the Rhondda Valley
-Galwad am ffotograffydd sydd â chysylltiadau â Chwm Rhondda
Working with Angharad Lee and Becky Davies, you will spend a few days kicking off Angharad's 'Radical Creatures' journey around the beautiful…Continue
Added by Angharad Lee on October 9, 2019 at 16:30 — No Comments
I just wanted to let anyone in the Cardiff area know about a series of talks that we will be hosting as part of our students' Polish Theatre Festival. There will be number of events during the Autumn, including 4 productions of Polish works by our students, but the next talk open to the public will be happening next Tuesday at The Atrium.( Please come to the foyer just before 6.30pm and we'll take you up to The Zen Room Cab403) More details below:
The Hand Biter
I read this, mourning, morning’s missive
Promise to daybreak scribbler
In his capture of the fading image
Added by Chris Tally Evans on October 4, 2019 at 9:30 — No Comments
Gwanwyn is a month-long national festival held across Wales in May each year celebrating creativity in older age. The festival began in 2007 and is supported by Arts Council of Wales and Welsh Government.
Gwanwyn, which means spring in Welsh, celebrates older age as a time of opportunity for renewal, growth and creativity. Our…Continue
Added by Kelly Barr on October 1, 2019 at 12:57 — No Comments