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Dirty Protest presents: How To Be Brave by Sian Owen at Chapter, Cardiff

March 13, 2019 at 8pm to March 28, 2019 at 8pm
A one-woman drama and love story to the city that made her, How To Be Brave is a new play from writer Sian Owen (Pentabus, Oxford Playhouse, BBC Radio 4) and award-winning Welsh company Dirty Protest.Touring Wales in March 2019:Chapter, Cardiff: 13-16 MarchTorch Theatre, Milford Haven: 19 MarchLe Pub, Newport: 21-23 MarchGaleri, Caernarfon: 27 MarchProducer: Dirty ProtestWriter: Sian OwenDirector: Catherine PaskellHOW TO BE BRAVE has been developed from our collaboration with Paines Plough,…See More
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DIRTY PROTEST CASTING CALL OUT: How To Be Brave by Sian Owen, performances in Wales, March 2019

CASTING CALL OUT AND NEW DIRTY PROTEST PRODUCTION ANNOUNCEMENT!HOW TO BE BRAVE by Sian OwenWales performances in March 2019A brand-new drama and love story to the city that made her, How To Be Brave is a new play from Newport writer Sian OwenCASTING CALL OUT IS HERE: …See More
Jan 15
An event by Dirty Protest was featured
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Dirty Protest presents: How To Be Brave by Sian Owen at Chapter, Cardiff

March 13, 2019 at 8pm to March 28, 2019 at 8pm
A one-woman drama and love story to the city that made her, How To Be Brave is a new play from writer Sian Owen (Pentabus, Oxford Playhouse, BBC Radio 4) and award-winning Welsh company Dirty Protest.Touring Wales in March 2019:Chapter, Cardiff: 13-16 MarchTorch Theatre, Milford Haven: 19 MarchLe Pub, Newport: 21-23 MarchGaleri, Caernarfon: 27 MarchProducer: Dirty ProtestWriter: Sian OwenDirector: Catherine PaskellHOW TO BE BRAVE has been developed from our collaboration with Paines Plough,…See More
Jan 15
Dirty Protest joined Rachel Kinchin's group
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Theatr na nOg

Theatr na nÓg was established in 1982 to produce theatre for a wide spectrum of audiences throughout Wales in a variety of venues and locations in both languages.The literal translation of Theatr na nÓg is theatre of eternal youth and this encapsulates the ethos of the Company by creating theatre that has the power to excite and engage audiences of all ages.The Company is a regular provider of main stage work throughout the country and continues to expand its portfolio of venues.Theatr na nÓg…See More
Jan 10
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Producers

An Official National Theatre Wales GroupA group for Producers at every scale and all those who deliver theatre projects to share ideas, experience and best practice. See More
Jan 10
Dirty Protest joined Martin Constantine's group
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LIVEARTSHOW

LIVEARTSHOW was founded by Martin Constantine, Harry Blake and Alan Harris. We are a company made up of writers, directors, composers, designers and choreographers coming together to create new theatre with music.LIVEARTSHOW produced its first show, a dance opera, MANGA SISTER, at The Yard Theatre. We returned to The Yard last Summer with the award nominated RHINEGOLD.We are currently developing a number of new projects including LIFE AFTER DEATH, with National Theatre Wales, and MANGA SISTER I…See More
Jan 10
Dirty Protest joined Rachel Kinchin's group
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Mary Bijou Cabaret

Mary Bijou Cabaret & Social Club is a collective of international circus and cabaret artists, who create exciting, immersive performances based on a theme of your choice in intimate, alternative spaces. We are currently on a Wales-wide HITCH tour for spring 2015. See More
Jan 10
Dirty Protest joined Justin Teddy Cliffe's group
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Tin Shed Theatre Co.

This is a group for Tin Shed Theatre Co.​Based in Newport, South Wales, we are Justin Cliffe, Georgina Harris and Antonio Rimola, three performance artists who want to introduce themselves to strangers, be bold and brave, amaze with a tale and transport audiences to a place that, although remains detached from the literal, can still enlighten our perceptions of the real world all the same. The work we do is as varied as the things that inspire it. We like to explore empty buildings, transform…See More
Jan 10
Dirty Protest joined Rebecca Knowles's group
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TRIONGL

TRIONGL is a Cardiff-based theatre company that works collaboratively to devise new pieces of theatre that engage with socially relevant themes.See More
Jan 10
Dirty Protest joined Rachel Kinchin's group
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Motherlode

Working across Wales and the South West, Motherlode collaborates with an ensemble of actors, writers, musicians, creatives and choreographers to create entertaining, relevant new theatre that is inspired by real life stories. Run by artistic director Rachael Boulton with theatre maker Emma Vickery and producer Nia Skyrme, our first production The Good Earth successfully toured Wales and New York, between August and November 2016, and was shortlisted for two Wales Theatre Awards. We have also…See More
Jan 10
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Dirty Protest presents: How To Be Brave by Sian Owen at Chapter, Cardiff

March 13, 2019 at 8pm to March 28, 2019 at 8pm
A one-woman drama and love story to the city that made her, How To Be Brave is a new play from writer Sian Owen (Pentabus, Oxford Playhouse, BBC Radio 4) and award-winning Welsh company Dirty Protest.Touring Wales in March 2019:Chapter, Cardiff: 13-16 MarchTorch Theatre, Milford Haven: 19 MarchLe Pub, Newport: 21-23 MarchGaleri, Caernarfon: 27 MarchProducer: Dirty ProtestWriter: Sian OwenDirector: Catherine PaskellHOW TO BE BRAVE has been developed from our collaboration with Paines Plough,…See More
Jan 10
Dirty Protest commented on National Theatre Wales's group Actors
"Lovely actors, we seek fierce females for our upcoming production! Please apply through the links posted here. All our Dirty Love…"
Jan 10
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Actors

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Jan 10
Dirty Protest posted a blog post

DIRTY PROTEST CASTING CALL OUT: How To Be Brave by Sian Owen, performances in Wales, March 2019

CASTING CALL OUT AND NEW DIRTY PROTEST PRODUCTION ANNOUNCEMENT!HOW TO BE BRAVE by Sian OwenWales performances in March 2019A brand-new drama and love story to the city that made her, How To Be Brave is a new play from Newport writer Sian OwenCASTING CALL OUT IS HERE: …See More
Jan 10
Dirty Protest posted a blog post

Heading into hyperdrive with a dream team

Rehearsals are underway for our latest touring production, Lightspeed from Pembroke Dock.Led by Artistic Director Catherine Paskell, the production is designed by Cadi Lane, lighting design by Ceri James and Sound design by Dan Lawrence.The full cast for the play will be Keiron Self, Jack Hammett, Sian Davies and Dick Bradnum.…See More
Mar 18, 2018
Johnny Farrell and Rhiannon Cousins might attend Dirty Protest's event
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Lightspeed from Pembroke Dock by Mark Williams at Chapter

April 4, 2018 at 7:30pm to April 7, 2018 at 9pm
Dirty Protest in co-production with Chapter Arts Centre and Torch Theatre Never mind saving the galaxy, sometimes you just have to save your own world! Lightspeed from Pembroke Dock explores what happens when Hollywood’s best-loved spaceship lands on your doorstep. This is a story of hope, courage, and how to be a family when it seems the universe is against you. Supported by the Arts Council of Wales, Welsh Government and the National Lottery.See More
Dec 6, 2017

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What I do:
Working across Wales to put established and emerging writers on the same platform, challenge them to create exciting, new work. Then take it to the theatres, bars and clubs, invite as many people as you can find and, finally, party. If a new band can head to a dirty dive and start a riot, then so can a theatre night. Dirty Protest are Matthew Bulgo, Branwen Davies, Claire Hill, Catherine Paskell, Tim Price.
A little more about me:
Launched in 2007, Dirty Protest works across Wales and beyond to promote, produce and develop new writing for performance.

The Guardian called Dirty Protest “cracking” and The Big Issue “spellbinding”. We won Best Production (Critic's Choice) from the Welsh Theatre Critics' Awards for our production of Parallel Lines and have created work with partners including the Royal Court, the Almeida, National Theatre Wales, the Traverse in Edinburgh, Paines Plough, Galeri, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, the Torch Theatre, Chapter, Soho Theatre, Camden Roundhouse, Latitude and many more.
Location:
Across Wales
Projects I’m working on:
Sugar Baby by Alan Harris - international tour
Lightspeed From Pembroke Dock by Mark Williams - Wales tour
Protest Fudur
Personal Website/CV:
http://www.dirtyprotesttheatre.co.uk
Twitter @username:
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Dirty Protest's Blog

DIRTY PROTEST CASTING CALL OUT: How To Be Brave by Sian Owen, performances in Wales, March 2019

CASTING CALL OUT AND NEW DIRTY PROTEST PRODUCTION ANNOUNCEMENT!

HOW TO BE BRAVE by Sian Owen

Wales performances in March 2019

A brand-new drama and love story to the city that made her, How To Be Brave is a new play from Newport writer Sian Owen

CASTING CALL OUT IS HERE: …

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Posted on January 10, 2019 at 18:54

Heading into hyperdrive with a dream team

Rehearsals are underway for our latest touring production, Lightspeed from Pembroke Dock.

Led by Artistic Director Catherine Paskell, the production is designed by Cadi Lane, lighting design by Ceri James and Sound design by Dan Lawrence.

The full cast for the play will be Keiron Self, Jack Hammett,…

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Posted on March 18, 2018 at 18:25

The Force is Strong in Welsh Theatres This Spring

Dirty Protest blasts off into 2018 with launch of project inspired by Wales’s claim to Star Wars fame.

Lightspeed from Pembroke Dock, a co-production between Wales’s acclaimed new writing company,

Dirty Protest, Chapter and the Torch Theatre, takes the 1979 Pembroke Dock building of the full-scale

Millennium…

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Posted on December 5, 2017 at 13:30

CASTING: Dirty Protest - Lightspeed from Pembroke Dock by Mark Williams

CASTING CALL: Dirty Protest - ‘LIGHTSPEED FROM PEMBROKE DOCK’
Dirty Protest are casting for their forthcoming production, LIGHTSPEED FROM PEMBROKE DOCK, which will tour Wales in the Spring of 2018. The play will be our flagship show during our 10 year celebrations as a company. The play will be a co-production between Dirty Protest, Chapter Arts Centre and Torch Theatre.
Meetings will take place in mid-January in…
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Posted on December 3, 2017 at 21:56

DIRTY PROTEST: Theatre in the Yurt

Welcome to our Dirty July

GUEST CURATOR to be announced soon, it's going to be a good one.

6 WRITERS, 6 SLOTS, 1 CHERRY POPPER, QUEUING DOWN THE STREET? STANDARD.

Find out FIRST here on the new National Theatre Wales On-line Community.


dirty love of course x

Posted on May 27, 2009 at 21:02 — 5 Comments

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At 16:39 on October 13, 2015, Rachel Kinchin said…

At 8:20 on June 1, 2010, carmen medway-stephens said…
Hi, can you keep me updated with up and coming stuff, Ta
At 14:27 on September 7, 2009, Catherine Paskell said…
Thanks for making the last Sandpit dirty! x
At 13:02 on September 7, 2009, Matthew Bulgo said…
Marvellous. I look forward to a dirty catch-up.
X
At 13:25 on June 13, 2009, Michael Kelligan said…
I do keep trying!
At 20:13 on June 12, 2009, tracy harris said…
Have some dirty love backx
At 23:40 on May 29, 2009, Jon Spooner said…
I love it dirty. Dirty is my best.
At 15:35 on May 29, 2009, Matthew Bulgo said…
Ooo, now that's feel much better. I won't wash until the next Dp. Proper dirty.
X
At 19:32 on May 28, 2009, Nathan Keates said…
Thank you for the dirty love, its the best kind.

Whens the next show???
At 13:35 on May 28, 2009, Lucy Davies said…
and have some clean x
 
 
 

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