Earlier this year I was asked by Circus Space to direct their ensemble graduation show to be performed at the Royal National Theatre’s ‘Watch This Space’ stage on London’s Southbank. When I accepted, I had a lot of ideas that were rooted in Citrus Arts’ work with Wales-based director Philip Mackenzie; and wanted the students to feel that they were performing something sharp and political-looking that represented something about our times.
In between accepting the job and arriving at…Continue
Added by James Doyle-Roberts on September 20, 2012 at 1:00 — No Comments
Last week myself and other members of the Cardiff NTW TEAM went out on the streets of central Cardiff to ask people: "What would make you protest?"
Some people walked past us and ignored us, others took a flyer and a badge but didn't want to stop and talk and some people really wanted to tell us what would make them protest and hear about the show and National Theatre Wales.
Whilst out and about there were a few things that became apparent to me.…Continue
Added by Sarah Jane Leigh on April 17, 2012 at 11:54 — No Comments
14 TO DRIVE
We've been on the streets of Haverfordwest, letting people know about The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning. We asked the people of "Harford" WHAT WOULD MAKE YOU PROTEST? And here are some of their answers....…Continue
Tonight was our first meeting for the Cardiff promotions team for The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning (NTW18).
You can see our ideas for how to promote the show and engage audiences in activities around the production above!
From now on, you will hear a lot more from Cardiff TEAM and the volunteers who are supporting all the…Continue
Added by Catherine Paskell on March 21, 2012 at 20:00 — No Comments
QUESTION: What do HAVERFORDWEST, CARDIFF and CONNAH'S QUAY all have in common?
ANSWER: All three will host NTW's next show, The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning.
ANOTHER ANSWER: All are, or are seen as, "FRONTIER TOWNS". Interesting,…Continue