Little Wolf by Lucid Theatre
Theatr Bryn Terfel, Pontio, Bangor
Saturday 25th November 7.30 pm
An intense, surreal and honest exploration of a couple who find themselves facing their ultimate fear. Inspired by Henrik Ibsen’s play Little Eyolf, this is a present-day retelling of a compelling classic of modern drama.
Captions will be displayed in real time during the performance by the side of the performing space
Book tickets: https://www.pontio.co.uk/online/17Little
Tel: 01248 38 28 28
Dawns i Bawb are joining forces with National Dance Company of Wales, Marc Rees, BBC National Orchestra of Wales and Pontio to celebrate 100 years of the original PARADE, to be presented at Pontio, Bangor. The original PARADE was a cultural revolutionary piece that caused quite a scandal at the time.
Dawns i Bawb are looking to recruit between 20 – 24 young people aged 16+ to perform as workers / protesters in the Pontio production. This will be a promenade performance and the group will perform a physical role which will include being choreographed in terms of moving from one place to another. The piece will be performed bilingually and the performers may have spoken text. No previous experience is needed and people of all abilities and backgrounds are welcome.
Rehearsals will be held in the Caernarfon area on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd September 2017, followed by Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th October. Additional rehearsal dates will be held leading up to the week of production but these are still to be finalised.
Performance dates are 28th & 29th October, with full technical and dress rehearsals on the 26th and 27th. You will need to be available for all the dates confirmed so far.
If you are interested in being part of this exciting opportunity please contact Emma-Jane Sutcliffe at Dawns i Bawb on
0791 7688 437 or email [email protected] to express your interest.
Platfform || Pontio
A New partnership between Theatr Iolo’s Platfform programme and Pontio launched for artists who want to develop Welsh language work for and with families in North Wales.
Platfform is Theatr Iolo’s experimental three year programme designed to support emerging artists research and develop theatre and theatrical happenings with and for children, young people and families in partnership with a venue. A priority for the Teulu Pontio Family strand of programming is to present more Welsh language work for families, so with this is mind the Platfform || Pontio project will bring the experience, resources and support networks of both organisations together in a condensed and focused programme of artist research and development.
Running alongside year three Platfform residencies in South Wales and Powys, Platfform || Pontio will focus on working with a North Wales based artist (or an artist who shows a strong commitment to the area and its communities) from September 2017 to May 2018 to develop Welsh language work for and with families with children aged between 4 and 7
The successful artist will receive a bespoke package of support starting in September 2017 to include support from Platfform’s Welsh Language project Producer and Pontio staff to realise their ideas. They will also receive administrative, technical and marketing support and help making links with families in the area. They will have access to a package of training and go & see visits along with mentor and peer support from industry practitioners. Artists will receive industry standard daily rates of pay and there will be an additional artistic budget of £3000 available for the three blocks of three days research and development running from January 2018 to May 2018, culminating in a public sharing at Pontio in May 2018.
Full details of how to apply for this opportunity can be found here:
The deadline for submissions is midday on the 4th of July.
To find out more about Platfform, previous and current projects and the artists on longer residencies go to www.theatriolo.com and follow the blog at www.platfform.cymru
Platfform is made possible with the generous support from the Arts Council of Wales and Esmée Fairbairn Foundation.