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Rachel Williams shared Elin Williams's blog post on Twitter
Jan 26, 2013
Rachel Williams joined National Theatre Wales's group
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NTW21 - Coriolan/us

8-11 and 15-18 August 2012FromSHAKESPEARE and BRECHTDirected by MIKE PEARSON and MIKE BROOKESFrom the team that created our startling version of Aeschylus’s The Persians on the military training ranges of mid-Wales, the story of Caius Martius – Coriolanus – is re-imagined in the era of 24-hour news, of celebrity culture, and of a new global politics.In association with the Royal Shakespeare…See More
Jul 17, 2012
Rachel Williams joined National Theatre Wales's group
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NTW19 - Little Dogs

LITTLE DOGS In partnership with FRANTIC ASSEMBLY Inspired by DYLAN THOMAS Across the city, hearts are beating and the mating ritual has begun. In the nightclubs, the bus shelters, the back streets and the sand dunes, daring girls and reckless boys engage in a desperate dance while the less fortunate observe and pretend it doesn't hurt. Created by Frantic Assembly, and staged in Swansea’s richly atmospheric Patti Pavilion, this…See More
Apr 14, 2012
Rachel Williams commented on Rachel Williams's blog post A Provincial Life - Young Critics Review.
"A shorter review of A Provincial Life is posted on Buzz Magazine online, as Stage Editor. I have altered it, thanks to the wonders of the internet I realised my history mistake after posting!"
Mar 9, 2012
Rachel Williams posted a blog post

A Provincial Life - Young Critics Review.

 NTW17 A PROVINCIAL LIFESherman Cymru5 March 2012A Provincial Life see’s the return of National Theatre Wales for their newest round of productions. Staging it in the newly refurbished Sherman Cymru it is written and directed by acclaimed director Peter Gill who returns to his native city after a glittering career spanning half a century.Originally adapted from Chekhov’s short story ‘My Life’ in 1966, it brings with it a timely poignancy, resonating with much of the audience,  as today many…See More
Mar 9, 2012
Rachel Williams commented on Rachel Williams's blog post Young Critic's Review of Utah Bride
"Hi Carmen, Thanks for clarifying, I think there is a certain generalisation with both the American dream and the Mormon's, many only see what is given to them, but same with a lot of things I guess! I think you would be…"
Dec 22, 2011
carmen medway-stephens commented on Rachel Williams's blog post Young Critic's Review of Utah Bride
"Hey Rachel, Thanks for the review and the support. I spent an entire summer with Mormon missionaries, it was one of best summers I had as a teenager. My mother was convinced I'd run off with one and my friend married one. I'm still…"
Dec 21, 2011
Rachel Williams posted a blog post

Young Critic's Review of Utah Bride

Chapter Arts, Cardiff.Sat 17th December.Where is home? Somewhere you feel you belong? Or under the love of a parent who will forever disagree with you but with the best of intentions? Rebecca and Alice: a mother and daughter divided by a generation, religion and men. In the dead of night Alice returns to the maternal home and Rebecca wakes, only for light to be shone on the darkest corners and for truths and revelations to come out. It takes Alice the entire length of the play to answer…See More
Dec 21, 2011
Rachel Williams posted a blog post

Review of Dirty Protest’s Office Christmas Party

1st December 2011Various locations on City Road, Cardiff. Writers:Duncan MacmillanBeth GranvilleAlan HarrisAled RobertsMarged ParryIt’s the 1st December, so Christmas has come again, at least it was for Dirty Protest’s curious menagerie of plays last week. Presented with a Christmas card, sweets and tinsel the party atmosphere descends unapologetically and invites you to sit, drink and be merry.  Billed as five new plays exploring the world of the Office Christmas Party, Dirty Protest’s…See More
Dec 8, 2011
Rachel Williams joined Rick Allden's group
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Inky Quill Productions

A company set up in 2009 to bridge what we saw as a gap between the casual theatre-goer and the definite non theatre-goer. We started off with comedy, but what's that?  We've thrown some horror into the mix?  Crikey.  Tweets:  @InkyQuills  @rickallden @JHolcroftSee More
Sep 20, 2011
Rachel Williams commented on Guy O'Donnell's group Young Critics'
"Hi Guy, I would love to get involved! Looks brilliant"
Aug 1, 2011
Rachel Williams joined Lewis Gwyther's group
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The Village Social - NTW15

The evening's delights include entry into the raffle, a refreshment of your choice and a depraved orgy of blood.
Jul 18, 2011
Rachel Williams posted a blog post

Review of On Stage, Empty Pocket Theatre's newest plays

Last Saturday saw the up and coming new theatre company Empty Pocket, stage their freshest creative imaginings: two one act plays that use and explore the absence of a significant or main character.  Hello Mrs Silverstone by Natalie Stone & A Sunday Roast by Anna Poole  First up was Hello Mrs Silverstone: opening on an ordinary family’s life that quickly descends into the comic and the tragic through the simplest of mistakes, a wrong phone number. Mrs Silverstone is a confused, lonely old…See More
Jul 7, 2011
Rachel Williams joined Matt the Hat's group
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Arts Marketing People

A group to share your work and latest discoveries. Discuss challenges and new developments with your professional network.  ARTS MARKETING Head/Directors of Marketing CommunicationsHeads of press and PRMarketing/Communications ManagersDigital Marketing ManagersBox Office ManagersDigital Marketing/Communications OfficersMarketing/Communications AssistantsPress Assistants MEDIA CREATIVES PhotographersFilmmakersDigital CreativesArt DirectorsCreative Directors Web Production Designers Social Media…See More
Jun 27, 2011
Rachel Williams joined Natalie Stone's group
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Empty Pocket Theatre

Founded by Anna Poole and Natalie Stone in 2010, Empty Pocket are a new writing theatre outfit who endeavour to create works that are accessible, innovative and insightful.See More
Jun 9, 2011
National Theatre Wales commented on Rachel Williams's blog post Young Critics response to Y2
"Great.  I'll be there through most of the conference as I am the chairperson for the event!  Look forward to seeing you all there.  The Young Critics scheme has been a brilliant initiative Guy.  It would be great to hear…"
Jun 8, 2011

Profile Information

What I do:
Communications Officer (public sector) / Writer
A little more about me:
Now based in London on a permanent basis with work.

I have completed a BA in Media and Modern Literature and an MA Creative and Media writing.

I was Stage Editor for Buzz Magazine between Feb '12 and March '13
Young Critic from Oct '11 - Jan '13

Always on the look out for new shows or new idea's, let me know!
Location:
London (Bridgend/Cardiff when I can)
Projects I’m working on:
Fiction Novel
Personal Website/CV:
http://bethanstori.wordpress.com/
Twitter @username:
@rbethanwilliams

Rachel Williams's Blog

A Provincial Life - Young Critics Review.

 

NTW17 A PROVINCIAL LIFE

Sherman Cymru

5 March 2012

A Provincial Life see’s the return of National Theatre Wales for their…

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Posted on March 9, 2012 at 11:36 — 1 Comment

Young Critic's Review of Utah Bride

Chapter Arts, Cardiff.

Sat 17th December.

Where is home? Somewhere you feel you belong? Or under the love of a parent who will forever disagree with you but with the best of intentions?

 

Rebecca and Alice: a mother and daughter divided by a generation, religion and men. In the dead of night Alice returns to the maternal home and Rebecca wakes, only for light to be shone on the darkest corners and for truths and…

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Posted on December 21, 2011 at 13:14 — 2 Comments

Review of Dirty Protest’s Office Christmas Party

1st December 2011

Various locations on City Road, Cardiff.

 

Writers:

Duncan Macmillan

Beth Granville

Alan Harris

Aled Roberts

Marged Parry

It’s the 1st December, so Christmas has come again, at least it was for Dirty Protest’s curious menagerie of plays last week. Presented with a Christmas card, sweets and tinsel the party atmosphere descends…

Continue

Posted on December 8, 2011 at 12:41

Review of On Stage, Empty Pocket Theatre's newest plays

Last Saturday saw the up and coming new theatre company Empty Pocket, stage their freshest creative imaginings: two one act plays that use and explore the absence of a significant or main character.

  

Hello Mrs Silverstone by Natalie Stone & A Sunday Roast by Anna Poole

  

First up was Hello Mrs Silverstone: opening on an ordinary family’s life that quickly descends into the comic and the tragic through the…

Continue

Posted on July 7, 2011 at 10:00

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At 23:48 on January 17, 2011, Amelia Forsbrook said…

Fantastic...  that's really good to hear. If you could message me your email address I'll be in touch in a week or so.

Cheers! xx

At 17:41 on January 4, 2011, Catherine Paskell said…
Welcome to New Critics group, Rachel x
At 19:26 on December 13, 2010, Catherine Paskell said…

Hi Rachel, I've been looking over your reviews and think it would be brilliant if you joined our "New Critics" group on here. Click on GROUPS and then click on the group called NEW CRITICS. I'm looking for ways to reinvigorate the group and get people taking and you guys, the Bridgend Young Critics, are exactly what the group needs - people with excellent experience and reviews! Let me know what you think. Thanks x

 
 
 

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