Next round of WalesLab projects announced

Following the recent round of WalesLab applications I'm delighted to announce the next six projects which will take place between November 2012 & March 2013.

Lost. Found. StolenTracy Harris

Gower (Wales) & Cove Park (Scotland), November 2012

A raw and honest direct one woman show of self discovery exploring what it means to be 'lost, found and stolen.' Combining performance, live art, installation, text and documentary. The piece will explore the small and significant things from losing my tiny tears doll at the age of 5 to bigger more identifiable themes such as; lost loves, new found friends and stolen moments. Oh and there'll be some songs on a Casio keyboard.

Lady Gogo Goch, Samantha Fox/ Kindle Theatre

Aberystwyth & Camarthen, November 2012

Lady Gogo Goch will explore the fire, wildness and beauty of the welsh voice. Sam from Kindle will work with Portuguese musician Ricardo Rocha to unpick why Wales is known as 'the land of song' and why the welsh are renowned internationally for having such MASSIVE voices.

Keepers of the Way, Daniel Balla

Across Wales, November 2012 & January 2013

Keepers of the way is a collection of characters, moments and mystery from travels around wales. when public transport can take you no further, and you have to decide between your thumb or your feet, magical things happen.  i’m exploring these journeys - what happens before you get there, whatever and wherever that may be.  

The Hidden City, Mark Williams & Kevin Moss

A green screen studio, Cardiff, January 2013

A writer and digital creator explore technology as an integral element of theatrical storytelling for a family audience. We want to bring a concept based on fantasy and folklore to life, using mobile devices and Augmented Reality, where stories told in a real world environment are enhanced by technology.

RuckusKylie Ann Smith

TBC, February 2013

Ruckus is a devised dark comedy, dance/theatre and site specific production that fuses Wrestling, Boxing and Ballet, set in the Eighties (a time when women weren't allowed to fight professionally) with an all female cast, highlighting the parrallels between dance performance and Wrestling. (Think 'Fight-club' meets 'The Fighter' meets 'Black swan'!)

Under the Hooves of Horses, Wendy Hubbard / Someone Else

Caernarfon, March 2013

UTHOH is about women, horses, the preciousness of the vote, and the beauty of anger.

One hundred years on from Emily Davison’s death, a team of women start work to put an extraordinary moment at the Epsom Derby at the centre of a show capturing the energy of the suffragettes.

Someone Else is the company name for the collaboration between Marie Blunck, Lucy Ellinson, Wendy Hubbard and Yael Shavit.

For more information on each project join the WalesLab group, where you'll find documentation of each project as it happens, see all the previous projects, and be kept in the loop about future opportunities.

If you want to know more about WalesLab mend me a message.


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