Am absolutely delighted to say Radio 4's Film Programme will be visiting The Scala Cinema & Arts Centre in Prestatyn next week. They'll be spending time with members of the local community who campaigned for 9 years to make this extraordinary venue possible and will speak to the young film-makers from Ffilm Scala - a film unit run by and for the community.
Added by Jan Miller on November 29, 2010 at 10:05 —
I wasn't aware of two new post Investment Review consultation documents on the ACW site they are;…
Added by Guy O'Donnell on November 29, 2010 at 9:30 —
I wanted to write this blog for two reasons- the first one is probably obvious which is to let you know that this production exists!… Continue
Added by Bethan Marlow on November 27, 2010 at 6:41 —
By Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus…
Added by Chelsey Gillard on November 27, 2010 at 0:24 —
My second play, CUL DE SAC, will run from the 1st til the 12th of February 2011 at Exeter's Bikeshed Theatre. More details to follow...
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A Young Critics view of Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure at the Provincial in Cardiff Bay by Sherman Cymru.
Added by Rachel Williams on November 25, 2010 at 8:00 —
Measure for Measure
Added by Chelsey Gillard on November 25, 2010 at 4:00 —
We've just had a message from Dennis at Bedwas Working Men's Hall, which was one of the key venues and inspirations for our March production A Good Night Out in the Valleys. They are on the shortlist for a funding opportunity from The People's Millions. Apparently full details are in the Daily Mirror, or you can just vote for them on 08716268115 Sorry not to have more info, but they are a fantastic group of people, and it's a beautiful old hall that has so much potential, so if you can… Continue
Added by National Theatre Wales on November 24, 2010 at 4:30 —
Soooooooooooooooo as you may or may not know ShellShock Theatre and myself are up in Leeds for Wed 24th and Thur 25th and then return to Swansea to perform "Darth Ravers Discotech" on Sat 27th for the ARTawe launch.
So why are we in Leeds? Well basically there are a group of very cool people called Invisible Flock and they invited ShellShock Theatre, who in turn invited me, to come up and get involved in a project called "Bring The Happy".
'Housed in Kirkgate Market, the… Continue
Added by Brent Morgan on November 23, 2010 at 6:55 —
Mike Kenny has written a really interesting Blog about children's/young peoples/families(whatever you want to call it
) theatre and the lack of new original work.
In light of the Weather Factory and up and coming festive productions it would be interesting to hear what the Welsh theatre community think?…
Added by Guy O'Donnell on November 23, 2010 at 6:54 —
Weather Factory ‘One Min’ Film Competition
CREATE A 1 MIN VIDEO ABOUT THE WEATHER AND
WIN A FLIPCAM
We are in Penygroes with our next show ‘The Weather Factory’ and we are giving one lucky filmmaker the chance to WIN a brand new Flipcam. All you have to do is create an imaginative… Continue
Added by Matt the Hat on November 23, 2010 at 4:30 —
Hi Everyone - welcome to my first blog to update you on the progress of the exciting production the Soul Exchange which is confirmed will take place over 2 nights on 27th and 28th January 2011. The Butetown community are responding to the workshop weekends really well. For some this is the first time involved in a theatre production and we have revealed some really talented people. We've had a great time getting to know each other's skills through the fantastic facilitation of the creative team… Continue
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Photo left: Ceri Legg; right: Simon Gough Photography
We're on the home stretch now and not many opportunities left to catch our last community tour after 30 years touring (in it's present guise!).
We've had a fantastic audience response and our Scottish leg… Continue
Added by Hijinx Theatre on November 18, 2010 at 23:31 —
Gwyn Thomas once had a cult-following in the United States, but his work has never been well-known in Britain, even in Wales. Perhaps it is because, while drawing on universal themes, his context was a parochial one; he confined his plots almost entirely to the South Welsh industrial valleys in the early and middle years of the last century. Even within Wales his audience did not extend to the Welsh-speaking heartland, or to many of the more rarified pundits of "Welsh literature". This was… Continue
Added by Mel Williams on November 18, 2010 at 2:20 —
Hello. I went to see Dark P on the press night. What a cracking show. The set was breathtaking, the acting top drawer and the script and direction enthralling and relevent. I was overwhelmed with piquant nostalgia at one point. It has to be said that the National Theatre is doing us proud, innovative without being pretentious, intelligent yet populist and rooted firmly in our soil. How wonderful after all these years of good work being lost in difusion. Unfortunately my night was dampened a… Continue
Added by Boyd Clack on November 16, 2010 at 3:15 —
The Dark Philosophers
National Theatre Wales with Told by an Idiot… Continue
Added by Chelsey Gillard on November 15, 2010 at 10:40 —
Starting off with a lovely 4-star review in The Guardian, which praises the… Continue
Added by Catrin Rogers on November 15, 2010 at 0:38 —