Ben Tinniswood's Blog (28)

TEAM Choir - "The Cardiff Sound Collective" - Join us!

 We're pleased to announce the first TEAM Choir - "The Cardiff Sound Collective" is starting soon.

To join up, read up, or perhaps see how to start up your own TEAM Choir take a look at the event below:

http://community.nationaltheatrewales.org/events/team-choir-the-cardiff-sound-collective

Added by Ben Tinniswood on March 27, 2015 at 10:43 — No Comments

TEAM Paneling

Hola People!

I'm delighted to say I've been asked to be a TEAM Panel member for 2015.

My name is Ben. I have a certificate somewhere that says I have a Degree in Acting. I still do that Acting stuff, but nowadays I do all kinds of other things too, including Composing & performing as a Musician & even, when the wind is right, a bit of Comedy. Well, I call it Comedy…

I’ve just checked the dates & it was exactly 9 months ago to the day (Correct at time…

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Added by Ben Tinniswood on December 17, 2014 at 10:00 — 1 Comment

What should TEAM Choir sound like?

What should TEAM Choir sound like?

3rd December 5-7pm

National Theatre Wales office

We're putting together a TEAM Choir in Cardiff (Sorry if you're not local, but watch this space...) to start in the New Year.

We'd like it to be an all-comers choir with an emphasis on joining in, expressing ourselves, playing & creating, whilst increasing our musicality, confidence & general wellbeing.

We say you don't need to be an aspiring Jenkins or Terfel to…

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Added by Ben Tinniswood on November 26, 2014 at 18:36 — No Comments

TEAM Choir?

Hola Teamsters!

So here's the plan,

We're putting together a TEAM Choir in Cardiff (Sorry if you're not local, but watch this space...) to start in the new year.

We'd like it to be an all comers choir with an emphasis on joining in, expressing ourselves, playing & creating, whilst increasing our musicality, confidence & general well being.

We say you don't need to be an aspiring Jenkins or Terfel to join this choir, in fact, you don't even…

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Added by Ben Tinniswood on November 18, 2014 at 11:30 — No Comments

"Old Wolf learns new trick" to the power of 2

Greetings from the rehearsal room of "What's the Time, Mr. Wolf?" (Ahem, quick plug - Porter's Bar, Cardiff, 14/15&17th July, 7pm ;)

This has been a whole new adventure for me. I've performed this show MANY times over the last couple of years, getting ever more comfortable with his ways & motivations etc. So it has been fascinating to get into a rehearsal room to re-rehearse for this year's shows with a totally new Director.

Working with Lisa…

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Added by Ben Tinniswood on July 11, 2014 at 10:37 — 1 Comment

"Old Wolf learns new trick"

Prompted by a conversation with Simon Coates whilst hiding out in the trenches in Usk last friday (As an aside, if you're thinking of going to see Mametz, go. You won't regret it) I'm now writing my first ever blog.

There is an angle to this, of course, I'm promoting a show. But, within that, I'm liking the idea of doing so less formally & I feel I can skirt around the subject too this way (Or do I mean ramble?).

The show in question is "What's the Time, Mr Wolf?".…

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Added by Ben Tinniswood on June 26, 2014 at 10:00 — No Comments

A message for Summer Camp

Hi all,

Just over a month away from Summercamp. I've managed to sneak a message out over the wire...

http://youtu.be/5dZQ0D_wkS0

Ben

Added by Ben Tinniswood on June 19, 2014 at 12:31 — No Comments

Director needed for dark comedy one man show

I’m looking for a Director to help me rehearse a one man show I’m performing at this year’s Cardiff Comedy Festival.

The Show

“Conrad Kordover is a man with strange habits; a loner, living by his own unconventional beliefs. When a murder is committed, it isn’t long before the Police come knocking.”

“What’s the Time, Mr Wolf?” by Vincent Cassar. A darkly comic one man play exploring a society where justice must be done, whatever the price. A piece that is…

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Added by Ben Tinniswood on May 30, 2014 at 10:51 — No Comments

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