Here’s a list of the 70 conversations that were called on Sunday. Several merged, lots evolved into something different and some never happened because people were pulled in other directions.
If you’ve got notes in your bag, on your phone or in your head, you can still email them to us, until the end of the week, and we’ll include them here and in the report we’re compiling right now. That report will be bilingual and include some reflections and plans from Kully and the NTW team. Bear with us, it's a lot to translate and digest so we’ll share that in the coming couple of weeks.
Want to continue a conversation or start putting ideas into practice? Let us know if we can help; by linking you up with the author or a particular session, amplifying your shout-out for collaborators, hosting you in our meeting room, or something else entirely.
There are still some really vital sessions without notes so please send them to: email@example.com
What is a Welsh story?
Theatre and environment: What do we make when the world is dying?
How can we tell stories that make all people want to go to the theatre?
Playwrighting is dead. Long live playwrights.
Dwi isho gwitho da pobol anhebyg ifi.
I want to work with people dissimilar to me.
Where are the next generation of disabled performers coming from?
2029 Arweinwyr Celfyddydol wedi ei hyfforddi yma.
2029 Creative leaders who’ve been trained here.
Digital theatre – the future?
Arts on prescription – positive or damaging?
Public arts funding is dead. Where next?
Should the state fund the arts?
How do we create work that isn’t tokenistic for under-represented groups?
When will there be a Welsh Artistic Director of a major theatre?
How do we make theatre more accessible for new theatre artists and theatre practitioners?
“Children need theatre as much as they need fresh air” Philip Pullman. Discuss.
Wales & artistic excellence.
Dissolve the arts council and start again?
Opportunity for emerging creatives over next ten years.
There is plenty of indoor theatre. We need more outdoor theatre.
Put Wales on the map. Its multicultural. Its people. Cast in Wales. Crew in Wales.
Do the people outside this room really care about theatre.
How to support / survive as a theatre artist in Wales?
Should we pay any more attention to squabbling artists than to squabbling politicians?
Whose job is it / whose do we want it to be to develop playwrighting in Wales?
How can theatre help people who don’t know it can help them / don’t know anything about theatre?
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