National Theatre Wales's Blog – February 2014 Archive (4)

Interesting New International Performance Group

Here's an interesting initiative from James Tyson:

International-Peformance-Festival-Cardiff-Workshop-Group

7.30pm, Chapter, every Thursday till June

In June 2014, James Tyson (Intangible Studio) is directing a new International Performance Festival in Cardiff, at Chapter Arts Centre and around the city. The festival will provide an opportunity to engage with artists whose works…

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Added by National Theatre Wales on February 19, 2014 at 16:05 — No Comments

Index of Censorship: Interview with Meltem Arikan

Here's a powerful interview with Meltem Arikan  - the Turkish writer who is in exile in Wales alongside her colleagues after hostile government reactions to their bold production Mi Minor. Well worth a read. Meltem talks with great insight about the role of theatre in society, and is also a very interesting thinker about the role of digital in today's world:

"We are in a…

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Added by National Theatre Wales on February 4, 2014 at 14:06 — No Comments

Index of Censorship: Interview with Meltem Arikan

Here's a powerful interview with Meltem Arikan  - the Turkish writer who is in exile in Wales alongside her colleagues after hostile government reactions to their bold production Mi Minor. Well worth a read. Meltem talks with great insight about the role of theatre in society, and is also a very interesting thinker about the role of digital in today's world:

"We are in a…

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Added by National Theatre Wales on February 4, 2014 at 14:06 — No Comments

Surprise Surprise: Our First Show in Our Year 4 Programme Announced

So we promised you a series of exciting announcements over the coming year as each of our new productions is revealed separately.  And here's the first - Raw Material:  Llareggub Revisited will be an extraordinary new take on Under Milk Wood, inhabiting Dylan Thomas's town of Laugharne for a weekend to deconstruct and reconstruct the classic text, in a joyful collision with the characters of today.  Created by artist Marc Rees (who turned the seaside town of…

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Added by National Theatre Wales on February 3, 2014 at 18:00 — 2 Comments

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