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Creating opportunities for a diverse range of people to experience and respond to sport, arts, culture and live events.
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Replying to @rebeccacmyers
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Check out the latest Top Tunes with “ “Hi I am a theatre and opera director. I am from Port Talbot originally and live in Cardiff now. I’m about to make my debut with Handel’s Berenice.”
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Check out the 2019 cultural highlights of Paul Jenkins, Theatre Director/Dramaturg/Writer.
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Playwright David Ireland on Trigger Warnings “I think most playwrights are against trigger warnings because they remove the tension,”
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Get the Chance are members of Network.This is a network and programme which explores the role which artists, cultural organisations and communities can play to co-create change together around the UK and beyond.
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Our working definition: 'Co-Creating Change explores how the arts & cultural sector can play a greater role with community partners to co-create change. The aim is to ‘mainstream’ co-created practice by making this way of working more widely practiced, championed & funded'
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Get the Chance is very excited to be part of this new network!
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News: Imagine being the richest boy in the world! World Premiere tour of David Walliams' Billionaire Boy musical comes to
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GetTheChance Feb 18
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GetTheChance Feb 18
Contemporary Wales/Contemporary Plays. 2019 starts with a💥. Wonderful to see modern Wales reflected in innovative drama from Welsh playwrights, filling theatres across the nation.
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GetTheChance Feb 17
Do you want to reach new audiences for your work? Interested in our team interviewing creatives involved in your latest production? Please get in touch to discuss our rates and what we can offer!
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GetTheChance Feb 17
We create opportunities for a diverse range of people to experience and respond to sport, arts, culture and live events. Please get in touch if you are interested in advertising on our site
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GetTheChance Feb 17
Replying to @PontardaweArts
“If you haven’t been there before, is a gem of a theatre, just 10 minutes’ drive from junction 45 of the M4.”
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GetTheChance Feb 17
Replying to @GetTheChance4U
“The play has a good pace, moving swiftly through scenes and circumstances that confront Mick as both the teacher and boy; a story and a sense of impending doom gradually emerges as more information is revealed. The performance was engaging throughout.”
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GetTheChance Feb 17
Replying to @GetTheChance4U
“Most convincing was Dick Bradnum in his portrayal of Mr Jackson, that brash, self-important and misguided teacher who just gets it wrong. In this moralistic tale, he also plays the voice of Dad, but never appears.”
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GetTheChance Feb 17
Replying to @GetTheChance4U
“Whilst Mick (Tom Mumford) was the central character, each of the other players were essential to the story and all of their performances gave way to that moment where you let your imagination go and begin to believe that they really are those characters before you.”
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GetTheChance Feb 17
Replying to @GetTheChance4U
“We headed into the theatre and were greeted at the door by the Theatre Manager, who along with her team has supported the production. It is so important for theatres to support local artists, who in return bring innovative theatre to their programmes and audience members.”
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