As one edinburgh fringe finishes, now is perhaps the time to start thinking about next years festival!
There were a number of shows from Wales at this years fringe of varying sizes, from both national theatres to one person shows. Was it a good experience? What did you learn from going? Are there lessons we can share?
Kat Jones bloged about Bandwagon's experiences this year and the…Continue
National Theatre Wales is keen to foster new directing talent. We believe that one of the most effective ways to develop as a director is by spending time in the rehearsal room observing and supporting more experienced individuals. Therefore, during our second year of work, we are again offering opportunities for emerging directors to become involved in six of our shows.
Each emerging director will be given an all-in fee of £2,000 (to include any travel and accommodation…Continue
Added by Matt Ball on August 22, 2011 at 15:30 — No Comments
So after a week at the worlds largest arts festival here are a few of my highlights, in the order I experienced them:
Blind Summit, The Table
A masterclass in puppetry. A deceptively simple show and a demonstration of the company’s mastery of their craft. Whilst I have some reservations about the show’s structure – particularly the 2nd part – it’s still a glorious piece of work.
Fish n Game, Alma Mater
Added by Matt Ball on August 20, 2011 at 15:30 — No Comments
We are delighted to announce that applications are now open for the first round of WalesLab projects.
Over the next five years, WalesLab will use the nation as a landscape for developing new theatre projects. Twice a year open calls will be published inviting theatre makers and artists from other disciplines, to apply for short residencies to develop an idea or piece of work. This is all thanks to significant investment from the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation.
Added by Matt Ball on August 3, 2011 at 16:02 — No Comments