Probably being very stupid here and it's maybe staring me in the face but, as someone who was working during the live launch, I'd really like to watch the webcast now I'm finally home from work ... is that possible and, if so, where is it?

Programme of events is really interesting and exciting - I've just applied for my passport!!

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Comment by National Theatre Wales on November 6, 2009 at 18:56
just to let everyone know that after an exhilerating but exhausting day at NTW yesterday, the video of the livecast may take a little longer than I implied to upload, but I've asked the guys to put let people know on here when it's up and to let you where it is.
Comment by Martin Morley on November 5, 2009 at 23:02
That answers the question I was going to ask. I had no idea what to expect of the programme. It looks a really exciting programme. The right project could tempt me out of retirement. I've worked as a designer in Welsh Language theatre since the 70s, most recently, 'Llyfr Mawr y Plant' for Theatr Bara Caws/ Theatr Gwynedd. Inspite of having a very shaky grasp of the language I've always felt at home here. Very pleased to see the balance between work of different generations.
Comment by Sarah Argent on November 5, 2009 at 22:39
Thanks, John! I'm off to bed shortly - a long day of many hours of teaching - so will wake up and log on tomorrow to watch. Congratulations again on a really exciting day.
Comment by National Theatre Wales on November 5, 2009 at 22:15
Hi Sarah. Welcome the Passport crew! It's liks signing up for a marathon, eh! In answer to your question: The recorded version of the launch livecast should be up in the next few hours, and you should be able to find it easily through the search function.

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