Mewn menter newydd o’r enw Radical Creatures, mae NTW yn gwahodd artistiaid benywaidd Cymreig i gyflwyno syniadau anghyffredin ar gyfer perfformiad byw. Yn benodol, rydym yn chwilio am syniad gwreiddiol sy’n trafod yn wybodus yr hyn y mae’n ei olygu i fod yn fenyw yng Nghymru heddiw.
Fel rhan o’r broses, bydd artistiaid ar y rhestr fer yn cael eu…Continue
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“National Theatre Wales (NTW) is planning a programme of work for next year which will explore the nature of truth and our fragmenting sense of community, against a backdrop of the UK’s Brexit deadline and the moon landing 50thanniversary.
Productions, further details of which will be revealed later this month, will take place in a variety of locations, connecting with audiences in Wales and beyond. Performances and events will be site-located in the landscape, found…Continue
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Cyflog - £36,000 y flwyddyn (£30,857 pro rata)
30 awr yr wythnos (Prif Swyddfa yng Nghaerdydd)
Mae Celfyddydau Anabledd Cymru yn chwilio am Gyfarwyddwr/wraig i ddatblygu a gweithredu strategaeth artistig rymus a chynhwysfawr ar gyfer celfyddydau anabledd ar draws Cymru. Rydym yn credu mewn … agor mynediad a chyfleoedd, dathlu amrywiaeth, meithrin…Continue
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As it’s International Women’s Day, the womenfolk here at National Theatre Wales are pledging a day of their time to offer free advice and mentoring to help others in the arts sector.
So, if you’re a woman who’d like a day of mentoring from one of our staff, read through the opportunities listed below, have a think about who you might like to mentor you and email us at…Continue
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Here’s what Kully had to say…
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We’ll have more on our exciting Sisters project in the Autumn, but in the meantime, read Kully’s blog about her experience on her trip to India...
I have just returned from an exhilarating, if somewhat exhausting, trip to Mumbai as part of our international collaboration with Junoon Theatre. A collaboration made possible through the British Council/Wales Arts International and Arts Council Wales as part of the UK/India year of culture. Our project…Continue
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PORT TALBOT STEELWORKERS – WE NEED YOU!
We’re Still Here by Rachel Trezise
“It gives you a funny feeling, right here in your solar plexus, when people come together to speak up for themselves”
Do you work in the Port Talbot Steelworks?
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We are looking for a friendly, reliable and confident individual for the role of Box Office Manager for National Theatre Wales & Common Wealth’s upcoming production We’re Still Here, in Port Talbot from 15 - 30 September.*
You will manage the onsite box office at every performance, working closely with the Front of House team to ensure the delivery of excellent customer service to all audience members.
As Box Office Manager, you will also be an ambassador for…Continue
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National Theatre Wales and Common Wealth are seeking a local promoter for their forthcoming production We’re Still Here, which will be performed in Port Talbot from 15 – 30 September, 2017
As the Promoter, you will need to work closely with National Theatre Wales’ Communications and Collaboration departments and the team on the production, to develop ways to engage with target audience groups and promote the show…Continue
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May 1st and it’s International Workers’ Day. It seemed an appropriate time to take a moment to reflect on my first year at National Theatre Wales and to announce some our future projects.
This time last year we were starting rehearsals for Before I Leave; an emotional rollercoaster of a play written by the talented Patrick Jones and inspired by the Cwm Taf Choir, made up of people diagnosed with…
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Location – Rhyl
Engagement – 3 months from 3rd January 2017
Fee – Between 3rd Jan -17th Feb up to 15 days at a day rate of £100.
Full time from w/c 20th February 2016, fee £3,000
NTW will be locating themselves in Rhyl for their first performance of 2017, working with artists and community participants to create a…
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William Smith is the winner of the Wales Drama Award 2016, it was announced at a ceremony held this evening at Yr Hen Lyfrgell in Cardiff. He will receive £10,000 and the opportunity to develop his work with BBC Cymru Wales, BBC Writersroom and National Theatre Wales.
Swansea-born William graduated from the University of Wales, Newport with a degree in Film Studies in 2010. Since graduating he wrote the short film King of The Castle, which was made as part of the…
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Wales Millennium Centre and National Theatre Wales are creating a Cardiff wide celebration for the…Continue
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National Theatre Wales TEAM Associate
Salary: Fee 3K based on 30 days. This fixed term, part time 6-month contract, from October 2016 to March 2017.
NTW are seeking a…Continue
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Wales Millennium Centre and National Theatre Wales are seeking to appoint an experienced, highly motivated and energetic individual for the following vacancy.
Roald Dahl's City of the Unexpected – Casting Co-ordinator
This is an administrative role supporting the Creative and Associate Directors, coordinating the community participants, issuing the rehearsal calls, keeping the database up to date and sorting the necessary permissions for the participants (for example –…Continue
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