A large scale site-specific production in Tenby town and harbour, West Wales.
Written by Louise Wallwein / Directed by Kully Thiarai / Designed by Camilla Clark
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Created by Maria Fusco
Skin is an event. Skin is a factory. Skin is a map. Skin is a leaking border. Skin is memory. Skin is time. Skin is global.
Art writer Maria Fusco’s ECZEMA! explores the life of eczema; a skin disease affecting an estimated 15 million people in the UK, including the writer herself. Exploring what it is like to live in…Continue
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National Theatre Wales and Migrations are casting for Touch.
National Theatre Wales will team up with arts organisation Migrations, French choreographer and dancer Julie Nioche and choreographers Filiz Sizanli and Mustafa Kaplan from Turkey, to create Touch, a site-specific, interactive and tactile dance piece about the therapeutic aspects of dance…Continue
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Casting Breakdown: ENGLISH
National Theatre Wales and Quarantine
Who we are looking for
We’re looking for someone with direct personal experience of teaching English as a second or other
language (ESOL), to be the sole performer in an upcoming production. This person should appear to be 30 -
55 and could be of any gender.
This person could be a professional performer who has taught ESOL or an ESOL teacher who has…
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National Theatre Wales & Oily Cart are casting for SPLISH SPLASH, a complex needs show.
Oily Cart has an international reputation for its work with young people with complex learning disabilities. We are looking for wonderful performers for a new hydro-pool production. The show will be created in collaboration with National Theatre of Wales as part of NHS70, a month-long festival, inspired by some of the founders, staff and patients of this extraordinary…Continue
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We're really excited to have announced our 2018 yesterday! It's Artistic Director Kully Thiarai's first full season and the focus is People and Places. You can read all about it here
We are of course looking forward to collaborating with some amazing performers throughout the year. Remember that our casting breakdowns are always shared here first and do get in touch if…Continue
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Casting Breakdown: A new performance piece from National Theatre Wales and Quarantine
National Theatre Wales (NTW) is collaborating with leading UK contemporary theatre company, Quarantine, to create a new piece of performance for the NTW’s next season.
The production will look at ideas related to language and migration - with a focus on the relationship between ‘voice’ and identity and the…Continue
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WE’RE STILL HERE
WE’RE STILL HERE by…Continue
We are now casting the following professional roles on Roald Dahl’s City of the Unexpected:
Giraffe Unicyclist – we’re looking for talented individuals with giraffe unicycle skills to be part of exciting outdoor scenes for large crowds. For more information on the production and how to get in touch, please read on.
Mr. Mole. – Male actor. Champion and partner in crime to Mr Fox, Mr Mole keeps a cool head throughout his friend’s…
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FRANK is about Frank. Frank Thomas. A real-life 18-stone ex-rugby-scholarship-winning bear-of-a-man. His father was a friend of the Krays and once knew a guy who kept a monkey in a box. He lives with a Scottish drug dealer and a computer hacker. His only friend is the cult 90’s American TV show Northern Exposure, a show he sometimes imagines he’s part of…
FRANK is devised by Frank Thomas and the…
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The next professional roles in our City of the Unexpected cast to be filled are 1 parkour artist and two unicyclists. If you've got these skills please read on and get in touch (with your CV and showreel if possible) asap.
We'd like to meet people during the week commencing 18th July.
Other roles still being cast include…Continue
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CITY OF THE UNEXPECTED
Wales Millennium Centre & National Theatre Wales
Directed by Nigel Jamieson
17-18 September 2016, Cardiff city centre
National Theatre Wales is casting for…Continue
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These roles are now cast. For our current break downs see my latests blogs.. we're looking for highly skilled performers including unicyclists, parkour artists, Chinese Pole artists aerialists and…Continue
Wales Millennium Centre and National Theatre Wales are looking to recruit an Associate Director to work as part of the creative team, led by Nigel Jamieson, for City of the Unexpected, to be staged in Cardiff City Centre, 17th & 18th September 2016.
This September, Cardiff will celebrate the centenary of one of its most well-known sons, Roald Dahl, with an extraordinary weekend-long event, showcasing both Dahl’s distinctive voice and the jewels of the…Continue
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We are seeking an Assistant Producer to work, for a fixed-term of nine months, alongside Executive Producer Lisa Maguire during the lead-in and delivery of NTW’s 2016 productions. You will work across a number of events, activities and shows. On some small-scale projects you will take the delivery lead, and in others you will work alongside Lisa and the NTW production, communications and collaboration teams to realise more ambitious ideas. You will also provide day-to-day producing support,…Continue
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THE INSATIABLE, INFLATABLE CANDYLION
“A long time ago, In the Kingdom of Candy, a lion once roamed the streets...
Howled on the hour, whined on the minute, roared every second day of the year.”
The Emerging Director position is a brilliant opportunity for new directors to spend some time working side by side with more experienced directors. Last year Siwan Llynor supported Louise Ann Wilson on The Gathering/Yr Helfa (have a look at her blog posts here to…Continue
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