Hi Creatives/Practitioners/Directors/Writers/Actors/Dancers...,

We have an ambition. We want to take our bilingual production of Priodferch Utah/Utah Bride to Patagonia for the 150 year celebrations.

Many of themes of Utah about searching for that 'something else' tie in with the first Welsh people who landed ' with a dream and a hope of creating their new home'.

It will also help me as a practitioner to link up with artists in Argentina and develop further skills of Boal's Theatre of The Oppressed and explore Magic Realism within writing.

Its going to need quite a bit of fundraising - but where do we start?

We can apply to Wales Arts International but the maximum fund is £5000 that may or may not just about pay for flights. The strength of the play is that we need no set/production costs as all we need is a hall a table and chairs.

There are also ideas of translating into Spanish so would like to hear from any Spanish speakers here on NTW.

If you can help support by writing your support or have ideas to raise funds contact me here or on rodstephens@btinternet.com 

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Comment by carmen medway-stephens on May 31, 2014 at 11:04

Hi Ross, yes they are the lead coordinators and can't find anything on their website ??

Comment by Ross Salvage on May 30, 2014 at 17:54

How about contacting the British Council. They have supported projects such as this. After all Patagonia has such a close contact with Wales it might have a chance?

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