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Young Critics Wales
Creating opportunities for young people aged 0-25 to experience and respond to sport, arts, culture and live events.
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Vici Wreford-Sinnott 6h
Genuine community created around Pauline Heath's new show to be performed as part of the Spirit of Teesside on 26 Sept. Community Cast and actors working together on this great piece of work - real peoples' stories
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Young Critics Wales 6h
❤️ this!
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Sarah Murphy 8h
Cannot wait for this play 👏 “ and Jennie Lee were comrades and flatmates who together fought and preached for as they saw it” - does it get better than this? and I will be at Town Hall on 23rd Oct
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Into Film Cymru 10h
We are launching our Film Fortnight Education Resource at Crynallt Primary on the 1st of October. Go to to book your free space to come along and find out more Rydym yn lansio ein Hadnodd Addysg Pythefnos Ffilm yn Ysgol Gynradd Crynallt ar 1af o Hydref.
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Cwmafan Primary Sep 21
You can never begin to imagine how inspirational our children found this performance -Outstanding! 👏⭐️🎬
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Canoe Theatre 11h
Last day of rehearsals! In to the theatre tomorrow... Diwrnod Olaf ymarferion! I mewn i'r theatr yfory...
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WalesMillenniumCentre 11h
Not long until Les Ballets Trockadero De Monte Carlo (the ) bring their all-male comedy ballet to the Donald Gordon Stage 😁 have you got your tickets yet? 😊
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BBC Wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 12h
History, culture, investigative journalism, sport, music...whatever grabs you, find documentaries from Wales on right now. 👉
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Children's Commissioner for England Sep 20
More warnings that some councils are preparing to cut children's services, early years and youth clubs. See our recent work with the IFS on how we're spending more on a small number of children in crisis, rather than spending on measures that can prevent these crises happening.
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Max Jones 18h
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Young Critics Wales 11h
These are amazing Max! What do you use to make these sketches and then join them with the images?
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Mark Shenton 12h
Also great to see finding its creative feet again under : this is a Midlands theatre with a really diverse and compelling programme again. I look forward to many more visits.
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Clean Break 12h
This is exciting stuff. The cast for Thick as Thieves was announced this week.
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Young Critics Wales 11h
Good luck
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Chippy Lane Productions 12h
DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND & SELLING OUT OCTOBER'S ALREADY... SIGN UP FOR NOVEMBER! if you are and keen to develop your work as a we want to hear from you! to avoid disappointment.
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PontioTweets 12h
inTarsi Our next circus show by Eia company, Catalonia! Suitable for the whole family ... 10 October, 7.30pm
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Theatr Clwyd 12h
Aged between 10-25? Want to express yourself through words? Enter our creative writing competition! The 2018 is now open. More info via the link. Deadline is Friday 12 October ✏️
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Almeida Theatre 12h
Photographer Marc Brenner went behind the scenes of Dance Nation to catch the cast preparing to head onstage
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Carolyn Hitt 12h
Really loved making this with the brilliant director and the wonderful cast of Hope you can catch on next Tuesday.
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Sarah Younan 18h
💀Life is the beginning of Death💀 Exploring objects for at with and Abike. Thanks and Maelona
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