By Jon Tregenna, directed by Adele Thomas
A psychedelic musical about Llantrisant’s most eccentric doctor who became known as the ‘father of cremation’. Staged at Newbridge Memo, HAIL CREMATION! Tells the story of the extraordinary life…Continue
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National Theatre Wales TEAM Associate Pembrokeshire.
NTW are seeking a TEAM Associate to represent us in Pembrokeshire.
Fee: £10,000 based on £100 a day, which equates to approximately 2 days per week. This is a fixed term, part-time contract for one year, starting from February 2020 to January 2021.
In November 2018, the communities of Pembrokeshire chose the Environment, Nature & Climate as the theme for a…Continue
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Join us November 28th 1-4pm, with Artists 4 Artists to discuss the Rooting Hip Hop Theatre in Wales training programme. What do we need to develop Hip Hop Theatre in Wales?
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
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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
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