Added by Sophie Lewis on October 15, 2020 at 10:04 — No Comments
Common Wealth are looking for people who live, work or love East Cardiff to join our sounding board.
We are looking for people with a diverse range of skills and knowledge, views and backgrounds to help us make, shape and grow our work here. You might be a community leader, a…Continue
Added by Rhiannon White on October 5, 2020 at 14:08 — No Comments
National Youth Arts Wales (NYAW) is recruiting for a Digital Communications Officer. Formed in October 2017, NYAW is a not for profit, registered charity and the lead organisation now responsible for delivering the six national youth ensembles as well as developing a sustainable year-round programme of work that also helps to promote greater access to the arts for young people across Wales, regardless of their background.
This is an exciting opportunity to contribute towards the…Continue
Added by National Youth Arts Wales on September 17, 2020 at 15:24 — No Comments
Mental Health Charity Newport Mind are embarking on a exciting new project In partnership with Literature Wales & Communities House, Newport.
we are inviting expressions of interest from writers, filmmakers, and artists to deliver a Piece by Piece, Bridging the Gap project. There are two kinds of paid opportunities available.
If you are passionate about promoting better mental…Continue
Added by Ben Tinniswood on September 8, 2020 at 9:14 — No Comments
We know that having access to a paid for Zoom account is a luxury that not everyone can afford. For this reason, we want to make our account available for people to borrow, much as we would a rehearsal room (if we had one!).
Added by National Theatre Wales on August 13, 2020 at 15:43 — No Comments
Over the past few weeks, we have been running the Connection Callout - a means of getting your letters, poems, artwork and photographs to our local community. We've been blown away by your beautiful submissions and we'd like to thank each and everyone of you who submitted work to us.
At the heart of this callout is No22, a cafe situated in Ty Pawb.Working alongside other organisations, No22 have been cooking…Continue
Added by Anastacia Ackers on July 13, 2020 at 13:00 — No Comments
My name is Izzy and I’ll be directing the play-reading of Wolfie by Ross Willis for NTW’s Network series. Wolfie is a play I read last year on a train back from London and I inhaled it, quickly deciding it was the next play I wanted to direct. I had never laughed out loud at stage directions before. As a director, you’re always hungry for the next play which is going to churn up something inside you, and ignite this I-Can’t-Not-Direct-This feeling which is…Continue
Added by National Theatre Wales on July 9, 2020 at 11:00 — No Comments
After nearly three months spent with us so far, all in lockdown, and following more seismic shift in our global, national and local consciousness over the last two weeks – Artistic Director Lorne reflects on where we find ourselves, and where we go from here.…Continue
Added by National Theatre Wales on June 10, 2020 at 13:22 — No Comments
Dream a Little Dream For Me by Emily Laurens
I have been living with dreams for 3 weeks now. Other peoples dreams. I dream about dreams. Other peoples nightmares have given me nightmares. In Wales May is a time when the veil between worlds is thin, Calan Mai, May Day Eve, is ysbryd nos, a spirit night, much like…Continue
Added by National Theatre Wales on May 28, 2020 at 13:30 — No Comments
It's been a wonderful week seeing the responses to Go Tell The Bees Mission 1 – our sunflower make!
On Wednesday, Key Stage 3 pupils at Cynffig Comprehensive School in Bridgend celebrated World Bee Day by taking on the mission. Their beautiful creations are displayed in the galleries below!
They have also kindly shared their PowerPoint - a brilliant resource which gives a handy breakdown of the mission. Huge thanks to all of the pupils and teachers and…Continue
Added by Sophie Lewis on May 22, 2020 at 17:30 — No Comments
As you may have seen by now, NTW is one of the signatories of an open letter from a network of U.K. theatre companies to the freelancers who are the lifeblood of all our work. To find out more from us or to register your interest, email me at…Continue
Added by Dylan Huw on May 21, 2020 at 16:27 — No Comments
Please tell us about the play, and what it is about
Constellation Street takes place over the course of one night in Cardiff, between midnight and dawn. It follows the story of four characters - a pub landlady, a taxi driver, a school teacher and a young girl - who are all stuck in their own personal purgatories. Their past actions are weighing on them heavily and they’re desperate to find a way of moving forward. This one particular…Continue
Added by National Theatre Wales on May 15, 2020 at 12:28 — No Comments
Just before the lockdown our Agents had been working on their projects for eight weeks. They had developed a plan, budget and schedule for delivering their projects. There were four projects that were about to happen:
Added by Gavin Porter on May 14, 2020 at 6:14 — No Comments
I wanted to write something about ‘Ripples’ as I feel this play has been on its own dramatic journey from the original idea to where it is today in its newfound digital form. I got the commission back in August 19 from RWCMD and Sherman Theatre to write a play as part of ‘New 2020’ thanks to the support of Philip Carne. I was away in Bulgaria at the time, the sun was shining and I was really excited about beginning a new…Continue
**Updated post to include link to this page https://www.grantsonline.org.uk/coronavirus.html which will show you who is currently accepting applications***
We know many people are now finding themselves having to apply for funding, which may be new to them.
We only have a small department of two people, but we would like to offer our support and advice for people seeking funding in the…Continue
Added by Esther Morris on April 23, 2020 at 12:30 — No Comments
The Agency is a creative entrepreneurship programme for young people aged 15-25, from the Butetown, Riverside and Grangetown areas of Cardiff with ideas that need to happen. We provide training, support, funding and advice from industry professionals, to develop passions into a project that benefits local communities.
The programme is led by our Agency Coordinator, Gavin Porter, a film and theatremaker from…
Added by National Theatre Wales on April 24, 2020 at 12:04 — No Comments
This week, we welcomed Rhiannon Boyle to the National Theatre Wales team, and we wanted to take a moment to properly say hello to Rhiannon, and introduce her to you all!
You may remember Rhiannon was announced as the inaugural winner of 2019 Wales Writers in residence, an initiative between BBC Cymru Wales, BBC's Writers Room and National Theatre Wales, which offers the winning writer the opportunity to…Continue
Added by Rhian Richards on April 24, 2020 at 11:53 — No Comments
The world feels strange right now and the shadows can be scary, but sometimes the best things can happen when we stop and have the space to be creative. The world has slowed down, the skies are clearing, the seas are calming and nature is reclaiming its place. That’s pretty magical.
The themes of Go Tell the Bees appear more relevant than ever right now - our connection to each other as communities; our connection to ourselves through nature and the importance of taking care of and…Continue
Added by Naomi Chiffi on April 9, 2020 at 15:30 — No Comments
The final deadline for the New Digital Commissions has now passed. | Mae rownd derfynol y Comisiynau Digidol nawr wedi cau.
National Theatre Wales has announced NETWORK, a programme of digital activity in partnership with BBC Cymru…Continue