TEIMLO LLAIS at Theatr Mwldan


Teimlo Llais is an interactive installation comprising a fabric quilt, a ceramic quilt and the voices of women speaking in Welsh. The exhibition is a culmination of the research and development project Llais Menywod in 2016 which highlighted the need for the women’s voice to be heard. The focus on touch and sound makes the exhibition suitable for blind and partially sighted people. penny d jones is an artist who feels that the Welsh language and women’s issues are paramount.

There will be a performance from a local Welsh women’s choir to launch the exhibition through a collaboration with penny d jones at the opening on 7 September at 6pm at Oriel Mwldan, Cardigan

Mae Teimlo Llais yn osodwaith rhyngweithiol sy’n cynnwys cwilt defnydd, cwilt ceramig a lleisiau menywod yn siarad yn Gymraeg. Mae’r arddangosfa hon yn anterth y prosiect ymchwil a datblygu ‘Llais Menywod’ yn 2016 a amlygodd yr angen i leisiau menywod cael eu clywed. Mae’r ffocws ar gyffwrdd a sain yn gwneud yr arddangosfa hon yn addas ar gyfer pobl ddall a phobl sy’n rhannol ddall. Mae penny d jones yn artist sy’n teimlo bod yr Iaith Gymraeg a Lleisiau Menywod yn hollbwysig.

Bydd perfformiad gan gôr merched lleol i lansio’r arddangosfa sy’n seiliedig ar gydweithrediad â penny d jones ar 7 Medi am 6:20pm Oriel Mwldan, Aberteifi


Rhôd in Roath 2018 Rhôd yn y Rhath 

Final Call for this year’s Rhôd in Roath/ Rhôd yn y Rhath 

This is the last call for any artists interested in making work in a garden in Ninian Road, Cardiff as part of Rhôd in Roath. The themes are either rural/ urban or in respond to the garden. The artwork can be an installation, performance, or work that can be displayed outside.  
The work is on display over the weekend of the 20th-21st October, setting up can be done up in previous week. There is a fee for chosen artists of £100.

The deadline has technically passed but there’s space for a few more artists so be quick, email [email protected] for more info.

Fundraising School Bursary 2018

Arts Council of Wales: National Arts Fundraising School Bursary 2018

We’re pleased to be working with The Management Centre to offer two bursaries to fundraisers in Wales to attend the National Arts Fundraising School in November. This renowned 6-day intensive residential course goes deep into the strategy and tactics required to fundraise from trusts and foundations, business and individuals – and much more.

These bursaries allow two places to be available for just £200 (usually £1950 plus VAT)
The course takes place 11-16 November 2018 in Sussex. Please only apply if you are able to attend these dates.

As well as the £200 contribution, applicants will be expected to cover their own travel and associated costs (although accommodation and meals are included).

Successful applicants will also be expected to commit to a sharing session with other arts organisations to share their experiences, as well as provide regular updates and feedback to Arts Council of Wales on both the course, and the longer-term impact it’s had.

All applications must be made by the individual attending. It’s open to employed fundraisers and freelancers.

All applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Be based in Wales and actively involved in professional arts fundraising in Wales
  • Have not previously attended a NAFs course
  • Be available on the course dates
  • Agree to meet all additional costs
  • If employed directly by organisation, they must demonstrate the support of their employer.

Selection is by individual application against the following criteria.

  • The contribution the bursary and attendance will make to your professional development
  •  The difference the course will make to you and the organisation/s and/or projects/s you’re involved i
  • A demonstration of the commitment to fundraising for the arts in Wales including how you will share learning gained through attendance with the sector.

Deadline: Monday 10 September 5pm

email [email protected]
website www.arts.wales/about-us/jobs/143249

The Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary

Shape Arts: The Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary

The 2019 Shape Arts Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary (ARMB), an annual award set up in memory of sculptor Adam Reynolds to support mid-career disabled artists, is now open for applications.

Now in its eleventh year, the ARMB offers this year’s successful recipient an award of £10k and an accompanying three-month residency with BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead from 4 March – 30 April 2019. BALTIC is offering studio space and access to BALTIC’s Library and Archive.

The Bursary provides an opportunity for disabled artists to develop their ideas and practice without pressure to deliver a particular outcome such as finished or exhibition-ready work.

The residency will also include developing and delivering public-facing activities with BALTIC and Shape Arts, and showing work as part of the Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary Shortlist exhibition, in which all artists shortlisted for the award will be given the opportunity to participate.

email [email protected]
website https://www.shapearts.org.uk/ apply-armb-2019
tel +44 (0) 207

This is a paid opportunity.

Edge of an Era

Live Art Development Agency: Edge of an Era Call for Proposals

The Live Art Development Agency (LADA) are inviting proposals for four new works which respond to an archive of materials relating to seminal performance art events from the 1980s, including EDGE 88, one of London’s first site-specific performance/installation festivals. The commissions will be presented online and featured as part of an event in London in December 2018.

The project is led by Helena Goldwater, Rob La Frenais and Live Art Development Agency in partnership with Artsadmin and Central Saint Martins. Supported by Arts Council England and Art Fund. Deadline: Monday 17th September 2018

email [email protected]
website bit.ly/edgeofanera
tel 02089852124



Wednesday 26 – Saturday 29 September 6.30pm

100 years on…
Three soldiers land on a smoke-filled Swansea beach…
Three warriors from different ages:  WWl \ Celtic \ Contemporary.
Together they run towards refuge. As they sprint over the sand a peace protester bellows from a megaphone the opening lines of an ancient poem. The words resonate still. Tonight they will be sung…

Taliesin joins partners to present Now the Hero this September.

Now the Hero commemorates 100 years since World War I. It weaves three stories of war; the Celtic Warrior, a World War I soldier and that of the recently serving Swansea soldier, Captain David Williams. Three soldiers are joined by the protagonist, Peace Protester and a host of performers who will take you on an extraordinary journey.

Through performance, poetry, prose and music, this powerful memorial offers a moving reflection on war from past and present, and a prevailing message of peace. It culminates in an outdoor harvest supper which includes the indigenous vegetables and herbs depicted in the Brangwyn Panels.

At the heart of this promenade performance will be a beautiful requiemsung by the world famous choir, Polyphony, with a libretto written by Bafta Cymru winner and Swansea University’s Professor of Creativity, Owen Sheers. The requiem has been composed by Owen Morgan Roberts – realised from an original collaboration with the late, Oscar-nominated Jóhann Jóhannsson (The Theory of Everything, Arrival). For over a decade, renowned conductor, Stephen Layton’s Grammy award winning choir, have been performing sell-out concerts as one of the world’s leading choirs.

‘Stephen Layton’s choir have become renowned for both their sound and versatility – whether in early music, or contemporary works such as those of Eric Whitacre, they embody the remarkable tradition of British choral excellence at its finest.’ Gramophone Magazine

Now the Hero takes place Wednesday 26 to Saturday 29 September, 6.30pm.

Book tickets priced £15, £12 concession today for Wales’s highlight of 14-18 NOW.

Bookings are through Swansea Grand Theatre, online or from their Box Office on 01792 47 57 15.

35 TIMES – Mercury Theatre Wales

Mercury Theatre Wales Present 35 TIMES.

35 TIMES is a hard-hitting production highlighting the subject of domestic violence and abuse, telling the true stories of women who have survived.

Audio Described Performance on Friday the 14th of September at 19:45 – Newport Riverfront

Jules’s Coffee Mornings are a place to get creative, to glue stringy balloon sculptures, to learn a waltz and to speak out. Inspired by the real experiences of many brave women, join six who are now finding their voices. It’s not all just tea and biscuits.

‘‘So you see, we know what you think of us, we know what we’ve become.
That’s why we’re here….we’re trying to work out together how we move
on. How we survive.’



INTERNSHIP with National Theatre Wales

The Live Events Apprentice will have the opportunity to work alongside a range of departments at National Theatre Wales. He or she would have responsibility on various administrative tasks and projects across the 12-month fixed-term period.

The role is run in conjunction with Cardiff and Vale College and the qualification achieved on completion of the course is a Level 3 Diploma in Live Events and Promotion.

This role would ideally suit someone who wants to gain a thorough insight into Live Events, whilst working for a National Company. This is a development role and although we would expect the ideal candidate to have some live events experience we’d want them to gain new skills and experiences from their time with NTW. At the end of the year we’d want the candidate to feel confident enough to move on to the next stage of their career.

Click here to download the Job Description and Cover Letter 

Click here to download the Application Form

Closing date: 17.09.2018

Bydd y Prentis Digwyddiadau Byw yn cael cyfle i weithio ochr yn ochr ag amrywiaeth o adrannau yn National Theatre Wales. Byddai ef neu hi yn gyfrifol am amrywiol dasgau gweinyddol a phrosiectau ar draws y cyfnod tymor sefydlog o 12 mis.

Mae’r rôl yn cael ei chynnal ar y cyd â Choleg Caerdydd a’r Fro a’r cymhwyster a enillir ar ôl cwblhau’r cwrs yw Diploma Lefel 3 mewn Digwyddiadau Byw a Hyrwyddo.

Byddai’r rôl hon yn ddelfrydol i rywun sydd eisiau ennill gwybodaeth drylwyr am ddigwyddiadau byw, tra’n gweithio i gwmni cenedlaethol. Mae hon yn rôl ddatblygu ac er y byddem yn disgwyl i’r ymgeisydd delfrydol gael ychydig o brofiad o ddigwyddiadau byw, byddem am iddynt ennill sgiliau a phrofiadau newydd yn ystod eu hamser gyda NTW. Ar ddiwedd y flwyddyn byddem am i’r ymgeisydd deimlo’n ddigon hyderus i symud ymlaen at gam nesaf ei yrfa.

Cliwciwch yma i lawrlwytho’r Swydd ddisgrifiad a’r Llythyr Cais

Cliciwch yma i lawrlwytho’r Ffurflen Gais 

Dyddiad cau: 17.09.2018



“Victims, villains, metaphors, parodies, benefit scroungers or inspiration porn stars…. I was tired of the way disabled characters were portrayed and frustrated by the limited range of parts available for disabled and D/deaf actors, so decided to be the change I wanted to see and initiated The ‘d’ Monologues in 2009.” Kaite O’Reilly
AND SUDDENLY I DISAPPEAR: THE SINGAPORE/UK ‘D’ MONOLOGUES is the latest manifestation of the project – fictional monologues in multiple languages inspired by conversations and interviews with under-represented and overlooked disabled and D/deaf people in Singapore and across the UK.

Innovative in form, multilingual and intercultural in its nature, AND SUDDENLY I DISAPPEAR: THE SINGAPORE/UK ‘D’ MONOLOGUES is an international dialogue of what it is to be human from opposite sides of the world. A triumph after its World premiere in Singapore in May 2018, the performance comes to the UK for a limited number of performances, opening the Unlimited Festival at Southbank Centre 5-6 September 2018 and touring to Oxford, Leicester and Cardiff (further dates and venues, below).

The company consists of pioneering artists exploring new theatre languages and form, with the aesthetics of access – audio description, captioning, sign language – at the very heart of the work. Poignant, provocative, with passion and sly wit, stories of difference are told live and via video in unexpected ways, reveling in all the possibilities of human variety.

The show isn’t about access, it’s about the innovative use of theatre languages – mixing visual and spoken storytelling in dynamic form, interweaving English with some Mandarin, Cantonese, Welsh and British Sign language sequences. There’s no static sign language interpreter in the corner of the stage, but live and pre-recorded sequences that tell little-known stories physically and visually, with creative captioning throughout.

The outstanding cast includes Sophie Stone (currently at The Globe in ‘Emilia’), Garry Robson (currently at The National in ‘Titus Andronicus’), Deaf visual language director/performer Ramesh Meyyappan, Welsh disability icon Sara Beer, and introducing Macsen McKay. Singapore performers Peter Sau (National Best Actor award winner) and Grace Khoo perform live, joined by other disabled Singaporeans via film and video sequence. The monologues are written by award-winning playwright Kaite O’Reilly and directed by Phillip Zarrilli.

And Suddenly I Disappear: The Singapore/UK ‘d’ Monologues Trailer: https://vimeo.com/272958421



5 – 6 September 7.45pm [Unlimited Festival performances] www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whats-on/festivals-series/unlimited 


8 September 7.30pm www.oldfirestation.org.uk/whats-on 


9 September 7pm www2.le.ac.uk/hosted/attenborougharts/whatson


11 – 12 September 8pm. www.chapter.org 


– a collection of Kaite O’Reilly’s solo plays for atypical actors will be published by Oberon to coincide with the UK premiere.


Kaite O’Reilly in conversation with British Council Singapore: https://vimeo.com/242969844


Writer Kaite O’Reilly on The Singapore ‘d’ Monologues: ‘It’s like the Vagina Monologues for the deaf and disabled’ https://www.thestage.co.uk/features/2017/writer-kaite-oreilly-on-singapore-d-monologues/

AND SUDDENLY I DISAPPEAR: THE SINGAPORE ‘D’ MONOLOGUES is commissioned and supported by Unlimited, with funding from Arts Council of Wales and British Council.