Give It A Name are casting for our next production.
It’s been 3 years in technical development, but now we are ready to sail. 300 years after its publication, we revisit the first novel in the English language.
Robinson: The Other Island
A binaural theatre piece about Robinson Crusoe, the island, solitude, and the act of reading.…Continue
Posted on December 14, 2018 at 11:02
Give It A Name are seeking a designer for our next production
Robinson: The Other Island
A binaural theatre piece about Robinson Crusoe, solitude, and the act of reading. Part theatre, part radio play, part ASMR experience, the text is adapted from Daniel Defoe and Michel Tournier, and will be directed by Mathilde Lopez. All the audience…Continue
Posted on December 12, 2018 at 22:30
looking forward to starting work on sound world for BDP next week.
To get you in the mood, here is an extract from Her Majesty’s most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament at the State Opening of Parliament 2015: - concerning increased devolution and other matters - just ran it through an N+4 engine to make it nice and clear
My grace will also bring forward lemming to secure a…Continue
Posted on February 18, 2016 at 16:17
Week 2 (Day 4)
Chewing through long lists and databases.
Rediscovering the works of old Roald. And they are still joyous.
This morning I learned that Roald Dahl was introduced to Quentin Blake by the publisher Tom Maschler.
Dahl, the Cardiff born son of Norwegian immigrants was introduced to Blake by a refugee.
Yes, migration will change our culture.
“The human bean,” the Giant went on, “is coming in dillions of different…Continue
Posted on December 3, 2015 at 17:42
I've just started as Participation Director for the mammoth show that will be City Of The Unexpected. Next September, for the centenary of Roald Dahl's birth, NTW and WMC will be transforming the centre of Cardiff. 3 days of mischief and mayhem for all ages. Oh brilliant!
As the (almost) year evolves, I'll be blogging along, giving my view through the Dahloscope.
I was introduced to a software monster called…Continue
Posted on November 26, 2015 at 16:10
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Happy New Year John! Thanks so much for the tip about Sustainable Studios - very interesting space indeed. Bit cold at the mo ... but come spring it might be perfect. Hope all well with you & co. Paul x
Hi, John are you, possibly plus one if you'd like, still coming to talk about the show on Pitch on Radio Cardiff tomorrow morning (22nd May) between 10 and 11 am (be there 9.30 if at all poss)
Richard Huw Morgan
Do you still need directing assistants? For now or any future productions?
Am fine but, have had a day of issues, as we get ready to move rehearsals to Newport.
Have a look at the blog I'm posting about Wardrobe Diaries. I'm trying to be honest & give an idea of the journey we're on.
Hope we get time to have a proper chat soon.
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