Dance Bytes: New Work
Tuesday 16th &… Continue
Added by WID on February 16, 2010 at 14:10 —
Hi im a 3rd year film student at Caerleon campus Newport, im not sure how this works so i will go straight ahead and say it, I looking for a male actor playing age between 20-30 needs to be pretty musclely to play one of the main roles in my grade film. if your interested please contact me and i will forward you a script and all other relevant info
Added by Jared on February 16, 2010 at 11:09 —
Intriguing blog posthttp://babylonwales.blogspot.com/2010/02/bertolt-brecht-and-irascible.htmlBabylon Wales
is one of the absolute best blogs EVER, especially if you like to read about things like George Orwell in Blaenau Ffestiniog and Sophia Loren in Crumlin. (I do.)
Added by Carl Morris on February 15, 2010 at 21:30 —
Hello! Just to let you all know I've a piece on with the Miniaturists on Sunday, March 21 at the Arcola in London at 5pm and 8pm if anyone can make it! Lisa.
Added by Lisa Parry on February 15, 2010 at 18:43 —
Andy Field and I have been looking out for a venue for Swansea Assembly and Forest Fringe on 22nd/23rd/24th April and found (under the enlightened indication of Paul Davies) a little gem: The second floor of the Ragged School now Swansea Spirit centre.
Then Andy started running and disappeared...…
Added by Mathilde Lopez on February 15, 2010 at 14:30 —
This is a sad blog but a grateful one too.
Our kind, generous and inspiring weatherman Andrew Morse passed away last Friday.
Snow started off his early fascination for meteorology and I wonder if the glorious white winter we had only happened to see him out.
His passion for reading Wales capricious sky had spread to all of us and the Weather Factory team will miss him…
Added by Mathilde Lopez on February 15, 2010 at 12:30 —
Heart of Darkness is now running full steam, some shows are now sold out so book via Chapter to avoid disappointment. I won't give away any trade secrets, but here's another audio treat for you
Added by john norton on February 14, 2010 at 16:00 —
Alright? How's it hanging? It's been a crazy couple of weeks rehearsing A good night out in the Valleys and I feel there's still more craziness to come. It's all good though, everyone is well up for it and working hard, which is definately a shock to my system. Blackwood is funky and just a short drive from where I live which makes a nice change. There is plenty of tea and coffee put on and enough time for proper fag breaks so I'm happy.
Added by Oliver Wood on February 14, 2010 at 12:03 —
Competition hosted by The Sprout and the Classical Education Forum.
The CEF is looking for a young, talented filmmaker to help them make a commercial for their growing organisation. With weekly courses, Saturday schools, revision schools and trips, they offer a wide range of different events in and around Cardiff.…
Added by Classical Education Forum on February 13, 2010 at 12:47 —
The end of another week on 'A Kind of Alaska' and its been an experimental week..with the emphasis on 'mental'..in an entirely positive way. Im the kind of director who comes to rehearsal with good intentions to follow a plan and then ends up pretty much changing it as the day goes along depending on the way the day develops...maybe one day ill go in with no plan at all and feel totally liberated... The rehearsals are still exploratory..im trying to find an emotional reservoire that the… Continue
Added by Julie Barclay on February 12, 2010 at 21:26 —
We are now at the end of week 2 of rehearsals for "A Good Night..." and, so far, things are going according to plan (if there is a plan that is... John seems to know what he's doing!).
Before I tell you what we've been up to this week, I would like to point out that Huw was absolutely correct when he said that all the ladies (and quite a few of the men) on this production fancy the a**e off Boyd.... deal with it Rees!!! We're only human after all.
Today's warm up… Continue
Added by Amy Starling on February 12, 2010 at 14:52 —
Six writers, six plays, one theme. Dirty Protest Presents.....Out With The Old Continue
Skins writers, award-winning playwrights and one cherrypopper will make up the line up for the latest Dirty Protest event this week.
Fresh from a sell-out performance at Camden's Roundhouse the critically acclaimed Welsh theatre company will present a night of new plays for the price of....well just over a pint.
Curated by award-winning playwright Chloe Moss, the writers were each given the…
Added by Claire Hill on February 11, 2010 at 12:00 —
just joined up, so thought i would put a link out to a few of the short films i have made,
I dont kno if anyone is interested but i will shortly be looking for actors to work on some sketch ideas for my next film project.
more details to come,
if your interested in getting involved or know any1 else who might be please get in touch
Rhodri <billojones>… Continue
Added by Rhodri Jones on February 10, 2010 at 20:00 —
Hey everyone - some news. We've set up some systems that will monitor any content on the web relating to National Theatre Wales and its productions. It starts with NTW's monitoring webpage on Netvibes
which will give you links to any mention of the company in the news, on blogs, Twitter and blog posts here on the community site, as well as videos on YouTube and photos on Flickr.
We've also added a news feed to the groups for each… Continue
Added by Tom Beardshaw on February 10, 2010 at 17:43 —
As part of the deal for working with the National Theatre Wales, we have been asked to blog about how things are going. So here we go. Yo! How you all doing? I'm doing fine, thanks for asking. With the first week over, and the second week well under way, all seems to be going well. The cast seems to be getting on well, no fights yet! John McGrath and Alan Harris - Top blokes. Having the writer in is a massive help - although all my lines seem to be cut back! Ok… Continue
Added by Huw Rhys on February 10, 2010 at 14:30 —
Added by Gavin Porter on February 9, 2010 at 18:57 —
Calling all technophiles, performers, writers, do-ers, thinkers and creatives! bloc:
Creative Technology Wales is now coming up with new commissions and we
want to know what you have in mind. I've organized a workshop so we can meet new people, play games, exchange ideas and come up with ideal commissions. I'm bloc's new programme developer and would love to know what projects you are interested in!
The workshop is this Friday 12 February 2010 from 4:30pm – 5:30pm at… Continue
Added by Carolina Vasquez on February 9, 2010 at 18:30 —
The fifth NTW production is called The Beach
and has the tag ntw05
Story of the production so far: we went location spotting and summoned that July feeling at 11 different north Wales beaches
. (It was December.) We also did… Continue
Added by Carl Morris on February 9, 2010 at 16:00 —
....everyone who I met on Sat@ the Butetown Youth Pavillion.
Thanks, it was great to meet you all and I look forward to, hopefully, working with everyone on the Butetown Show.
Speak soon, Gavin.
p.s Butetown won 5-0
Added by Gavin Porter on February 9, 2010 at 15:31 —
Hi AllGot anything planned for Valentine’s Night yet?
Then get yourself, your loved one and your friends down to The Glee Club in Cardiff Bay
for an event I am helping to organise … and indeed appearing in!The Follie Dollies’ Valentine Cabaret Revue
is a cheeky French-themed cocktail of music and dance… Continue
Added by Simon H West on February 9, 2010 at 10:21 —