Announcing the New Unlimited Commissions…!

unlimited logoA performance exploring female desire, sexuality and neoliberalism, a roving installation celebrating mind-wandering and magic carpets, the formation of a House of disabled Vogue ball performers, and a dance between two bodies of air feature amongst our arts-commissioning programme Unlimited’s 24 incredible new commissions and awards, with over £945,000 going directly to making these ambitious artworks happen.

DAC are delighted that their Patron, Kaite O’Reilly, has been awarded an Unlimited International Commission to create the Singapore ‘d’ monologues with Ramesh Meyyappan, Peter Sau, Grace Khoo, Lim Lee Lee, Sara Beer and director Phillip Zarrilli. Kaite said – 

“The Singapore ‘d’ Monologues is an international theatrical dialogue of difference, disability, and what it is to be human, from opposite sides of the world. Inspired by previously unrecorded disabled experience, fictionalised monologues will be precedented across multiple languages (spoken/projected/visual), incorporating aesthetics of access. This performance will set an important precedent: the first multilingual, intercultural, disability-led theatre project created between the UK and Singapore.”

Congratulations also go to Chloe Clarke for her theatre piece, ‘The Importance of Being Described – Earnestly’; Lloyd Coleman and the Paraorchestra and artist Rachel Gadsden.

Click here to read the full announcement!

Cwmni Theatr Arad Goch

Hen Linell Bell – A Far Old Line Launch Event

aradgoch7.30pm Tuesday March 28th 

Canolfan Arad Goch, Bath Street, Aberystwyth SY23 INA

In July and August Arad Goch will be staging a large scale community project in Aberystwyth and the launch event will be the opportunity to learn about their exciting plans.

The project will celebrate the culture and heritage of Ceredigion by presenting a series of brand new and interactive performances and arts activities. Drawing inspiration from the story of Cantre’r Gwaelod, the sunken land in Cardigan Bay, these performances and events will take place across the town – on the streets, on the promenade, and on the beaches.

The company will be working closely with individuals, organisations, businesses, groups and schools from the area in order to create an innovative and inclusive outdoor extravaganza. Local audiences and visitors will be able to experience individual events that will also encourage them to return and experience more of what’s on offer.

One of the main aims is to bring together people from different backgrounds and interests. Here’s a rough overview of what we’re looking for:

  • Volunteers to be part of the production, marketing, stage management and costume teams – mentoring and training by industry professionals will be provided
  • various performers – instrumentalists, actors, buskers, storytellers, performers to take part in large crowd scenes, stiltwalkers, circus performers, magicians, jugglers, drummers, fire throwers, and other entertainers
  • businesses, groups and schools – to take part in dance workshops for a large scale dance performance
  • groups of cyclists, skateboarders and runners
  • ushers and stewards

If you are able to attend to share ideas and find out more please email [email protected] or [email protected] or telephone 01970 617998

Vision 21


Vision 21 EasterJoin us this Easter Holiday for our FREE Creative School Holiday Club.

Available to young people with learning needs 14- 18 yrs.

10th – 13th April, Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff CF5 1QE

18th April – Printhaus, Cardiff CF11 9NL

19th – 21st April – Sbectrwm, Cardiff CF5 3EF

Arts & Crafts, Drama and Printmaking

For more information please visit Creative Choices or if you would like to apply for a space please contact Kylie Fuller.

Welsh Government

Administrative Support Vacancy

Welsh GovernmentWelsh Government is currently recruiting temporary staff. We have based in our office in Cardiff Bay. The purpose of the posts is to provide administrative support to Ministerial Private Offices in all aspects of their work. The closing date has been extended till the 7th April. Further information attached.

We value diversity at the Welsh Government and welcome and encourage interest from people from all backgrounds, age groups and with all abilities.

Job description

Welsh Government is currently recruiting temporary staff.   We have 5 vacancies based in our office in Cardiff Bay.   The purpose of the posts is to provide administrative support to Ministerial Private Offices in all aspects of their work.

Key tasks include   

Dealing with all Ministerial correspondence including:

–       Recording all incoming items in the electronic post book/database

–       Forwarding correspondence received for draft response and preparing returned draft replies within allocated deadlines

–       Printing and dispatching letters as required


Assisting the Diary Secretary including:

–       Organising both internal and external meeting and engagements

–       Ensure that meetings/engagements are recorded accurately in the Ministerial diary

–       Commissioning and distribution of papers

–       Arranging travel and hospitality    

–       Greeting both internal and external visitors


Providing support and cover for colleagues as required, including being conversant with tasks usually undertaken by other administrative staff   

Answering telephone calls in a professional manner  


Key skills required:

  • Good organisational skills
  • Good communication skills
  • Excellent IT skills – particularly Word and Excel 
  • The ability to work on your own and as part of a small team
  • Attention to detail
  • Welsh language skills are desirable but not essential

These posts are for an initial 8 months but could be extended to 12 months.

The salary for the posts is £17,200 per annum.

To apply, please send your CV outlining how you have the key skills required to the following email address: [email protected]

Knighton and District Refugee Support Group

Poetry Marathon

KNIGHTONREFUGEES2Call for Contributors

You are invited to participate in a fundraising event for refugee charities. Please support people who are fleeing war, famine and abuse.

9th September 2017 Mid-morning into evening

Knighton Community Centre, Powys.

Read poems of your choice on the theme of Freedom.

Travel expenses paid.

Please donate an hour of your time or what you can.

For further information and or offers of support please email Nicola Colston – [email protected]

Tan Y Maen Wellbeing Centre

Job Opportunity

Tan y MaenAt the meeting of the Board of Directors which took place yesterday it was resolved that Tan Y Maen would carry out an internal recruitment for a Community Wellbeing Co-ordinator to work at the Tan Y Maen Wellbeing Centre in Blaenau Ffestiniog.  It was also agreed that this recruitment process would include circulation of the opportunity through our links with Mantell Gwynedd and Unllais.

In accordance with the above we are attaching the following for your attention and as appropriate for circulation/distribution.

  1. Community Wellbeing Co-ordinator – Job Description and Person Spec.
  2. Tan Y Maen – Recruitment Policy

Applications should be made by sending an up to date CV and a covering letter to myself by email.  The covering letter should briefly address the suitability of the applicant for the role based on the essential criteria as stated in the Job Description and should include an additional paragraph on one idea that the applicant has for a therapeutic group activity which could be undertaken by the project. 

The closing date for applications will be 31st March 2017.  There will be a shortlisting process and interviews for the role will take place between Tuesday 18th April 2017 and Friday 21st April 2017 at the Tan Y Maen Wellbeing Centre.

Phil Griffiths

Prif Swyddog Tan Y Maen Chief Officer

Swyddfa/Office 01766 830203

E-bost Personol/Personal Email: [email protected]

Websites: www.tanymaen.btck.co.uk and www.mentoraconwy.btck.co.uk

Office also at: The Old Police Station, Lombard Street, Dolgellau, LL40 1SB 


Glamorgan One-Act Play Festival

2017 Festival at The Savoy Theatre

2017_one_act_plays23rd – 25th March

The Savoy Theatre

Collenna Road, Tonyrefail CF39 8EL

Box office 01443 670 250 (Mon, Wed, Fri. 11am – 5.30pm)

Tickets £7 per night (£6 concs)

3 Night Festival ticket £15

Thursday 23rd March 7.30pm

Glantawe Theatre Company and Youth Company

Friday 24th 7.30pm

The Unknown OUTCasts

The Unknown Theatre Company

Saturday 25th 7pm

Players’ Theatre

Telstars Theatre Company

A celebration of drama from the very best of Community Theatre

Ystrad Stories Exhibition

Exhibition at Pontypridd Library

Ystrad storiesAn exhibition of stories inspired by the paintings of Ernest Zobole and written by the people of the Rhondda Valley.

Monday 27th March  – Monday 24th April 2017

Pontypridd Library, Library Road,

Pontypridd CF37 2DY 

Find out more about the project, the artwork and artist at the launch event on Saturday 8th April 10.30 am – 12.

For further information contact Sharon Magill via email – [email protected]

Wales International Documentary Film Festival 2017

Equality and Diversity Day

3Thursday 6th April 11.30am – 3.30pm

Blackwood Miners Institute CF12 1AA

Wales International Documentary Festival is proud to host the inaugural Equality and Diversity Day on Thursday 6th of April at Blackwood Miners Institute.

We would like to invite you to participate in a series of exciting events celebrating diverse voices in the creative industries. 

In partnership with training providers and organisations, Blackwood Miners’ Institute will be the setting for a FAIR of organisations, workshops and networking events.

During the day there will be a SOFA TALK with Kaite O’Reilly and Carys Lewis chatting about why we need diverse voices in creative industries.

Wonderful workshops by Chwarae Teg, Iris Prize, Dementia Friends and Film Hub Wales. Disability Arts Cymru will be screening their film, ‘Changing the Focus’ followed by a discussion.

We want to meet, connect, engage and create together!

EVENTBRITE registration link: http://bit.ly/2nKfTMa

For more details please visit –http://www.widf.info/