Jen Thornton's Blog – October 2013 Archive (4)

8 Things I Loved In Treorchy

Our Made in Treorchy residency has now come to an end, so by way of a round-up (and with a nod to Buzzfeed) here are my favourite things about Treorchy, The Park & Dare and our month there: 

1. The Cafés

Hot Gossip and Cosy Café are just two of the brilliant, friendly establishments on Treorchy's high street that serve excellent lunch. The town has a bustling, exciting high street and you can pop into any shop and…

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Added by Jen Thornton on October 31, 2013 at 16:35 — 2 Comments

Tiny Games

In our first year, National Theatre Wales created a show called The Beach with Hide & Seek. Hide & Seek are a games company who make playful and interactive experiences ('games') for all sorts of different reasons, ranging from corporate development to pure and simple fun. 

Earlier this year they…

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Added by Jen Thornton on October 28, 2013 at 13:19 — No Comments

National Stage Managers Day

Today is National Stage Managers Day, as designated by the Stage Management Association. In honour of this day, I’ve been hanging out with our lovely Stage Managers on Tonypandemonium, which opens tonight. They’re all having a really busy – and long day – as it’s opening night.

Donna, our Company Stage Manager, started at 9am today, preparing the props and setting the stage for technical…

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Added by Jen Thornton on October 10, 2013 at 14:58 — 2 Comments

Hello Treorchy

Today is the first day of National Theatre Wales' Treorchy residency. We're spending the whole month at the Park & Dare Theatre - making Tonypandemonium (the first play by award-winning author, and Treorchy resident, Rachel Trezise), hosting an Assembly, joining forces with Dirty Protest to make a day-long celebration of Welsh theatre writing and creating events with local people and creators from all over Wales. …

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Added by Jen Thornton on October 1, 2013 at 15:30 — No Comments

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