Looking for someone to make a basic round table and trestles for an exhibition - needed at Riverfront on 1st Feb. Please email me if you're interested to quote for the job: firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks! Alison
Added by Alison Neighbour on January 11, 2020 at 18:17 — No Comments
Bread & Goose are looking for a storyteller based in/near Bridgend/Llantwit Major area, with a knowledge of local legends and tales from Dunraven Bay. We're running a family event on 24th March and would like a storyteller to run a paid one hour session in the morning. Please email email@example.com if you're interested, and please feel free to share this post.
Added by Alison Neighbour on February 22, 2018 at 19:05 — No Comments
Return is a new theatre piece which explores the experience of modern day military wives, linking to Penelope's experiences in Homer's Odyssey, and using this ancient text as a way in to up to date stories of waiting, longing, loving, and returning (or not). We are making the work for Dunraven Bay in south Wales, creating a journey…
Added by Alison Neighbour on August 10, 2016 at 18:44 — No Comments
Back in March, on a windswept beach in the Vale of Glamorgan, Bread & Goose began an adventure into a new project called Return. We wanted to explore Penelope's version of events in Homer's Odyssey, and to work in connection with the landscape and weather echoing her experiences of waiting and loss. Supported by Waleslab, we spent a week onsite exploring and developing ideas for the piece, and at the end of the week we hosted a little sharing. Here is a film of some of…Continue
Added by Alison Neighbour on April 19, 2016 at 11:00 — No Comments
Bread & Goose started our Waleslab project last week. We're making a new piece of site specific theatre called Return, which is about waiting for a loved one to return from war, and the moment of return itself. It's inspired by Homer's Odyssey, and we're interested in how the ancient tales match up to the modern experiences of warfare, journeying, and…Continue
Added by Alison Neighbour on February 17, 2016 at 21:12 — No Comments
Last week I was lucky enough to attend the INSP Lab 2 in Denmark, through an opportunity advertised on the NTW community. I've written a blog about my time there, where I worked with 14 other international artists to explore the nature of inspiration. We had a busy 4 days of making, destroying, testing, and inspiring each other. You can read about it here...
Added by Alison Neighbour on May 29, 2015 at 20:30 — No Comments
The Memory Store is a cabinet of curiosities built to accompany our touring theatre production Lost In The Neuron Forest. The show explored what it meant to have dementia and how identity survives as memories fade away, so as a way of preserving and encouraging the sharing of memories we created the Memory Store through a series of community- based creative…Continue
Added by Alison Neighbour on April 14, 2015 at 20:03 — No Comments
Lost in the Neuron Forest is touring Wales this week. We had a fantastic time at Neuadd Ogwen in Bethesda on Saturday, and you can read all about our adventures here: …Continue
Added by Alison Neighbour on October 20, 2014 at 19:07 — No Comments
Bread & Goose are looking for a film-maker to create a short documentary (8-10minutes) about our Memory Store project.
The Memory Store is a mobile library of memories, all contributed through community workshops in Bangor, Caernarfon, Newport, and London. Participants have created artefacts, sound recordings, images, and pieces of writing that are the essence of a particular memory for them. The Memory Store is a touring installation that accompanies our theatre production…Continue
Added by Alison Neighbour on October 4, 2014 at 22:16 — No Comments
Bread & Goose are running creative reminiscence workshops in Newport, Caernarfon, and Bangor as part of our Memory Store installation.
The Memory Store is a mobile library of memories, collected and bottled from across the UK, waiting for visitors to explore them and perhaps add their own. A memory might be triggered by a smell, a sound, a…Continue
Added by Alison Neighbour on May 5, 2014 at 10:30 — No Comments
Hello NTW community!
We'd like to invite you to join us at WSD on Friday (13th Sept) to help test out our Waleslab project The Walking Trust. We'll be manning a market stall in or around the foyer at RWCMD between 2.30 & 6pm, and we'd love to see you.
The concept is simple - you select an envelope containing a set of postcards, and you go for a walk with them. The cards will give you provocations - perhaps an image, perhaps a poem, perhaps a set of…Continue
Added by Alison Neighbour on September 12, 2013 at 22:09 — No Comments
Hello NTW friends,
We wanted to share with you our latest project The Incurable Imagination of Anthony Jones - a performance exploring memory and how it shapes who we are, and what happens when we lose our memory.
We've been invited to bring the show to the World Stage Design Festival in Cardiff in September, and we're fundraising through Kickstarter to raise the money we need to take advantage of this opportunity. We're also hoping to tour the show across Wales…Continue
Added by Alison Neighbour on June 26, 2013 at 9:52 — No Comments
Bread & Goose are testing some performance ideas for our new show The Incurable Imagination of Anthony Jones on Tuesday afternoon (12th March) outside the Wales Millennium Centre. We'll be testing some moments out on the Roald Dahl plaza, and we'd love to have an audience. If you're free, then stop by and say hello between 4-5pm.
To see the whole show, book a ticket for the Incubator Evening at WMC this coming Thursday 14th March - 7pm start, and only £6 a ticket…Continue
Added by Alison Neighbour on March 11, 2013 at 20:01 — No Comments
WANTED: South Wales based Documentary/Film Maker to work with theatre company Bread & Goose on our latest project The Incurable Imagination of Anthony Jones.
The show is an exploration of memory and what it means to lose it, and will be an interactive piece of theatre with the audience taking a central role in the story. We are undertaking a 2 week residency at the Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff, supported by Arts Council England, and culminating in a public performance on 14th…Continue
Added by Alison Neighbour on February 8, 2013 at 19:06 — No Comments