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Wales Arts Review
Online hub for Welsh arts and culture. Covering literature, theatre, music, cinema, visual arts and cultural events.
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Seren Books Sep 20
Calling all young creatives: attend this amazing event! are hosting workshops & talks to fire up your artistic spirit (6 Oct):
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Jafar Iqbal Sep 20
"this is a company that should – and does – know better": here is my review of National Theatre Wales' Tide Whisperer, written for
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K. S. Moore Sep 20
will host this fantastic, free event for young, creative people of Wales on October 6th. See below for more info.
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Gareth Sep 21
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This point from the letter is bang on, and has little to with anti-Englishness. Welsh writing in English is a genre, an aesthetic, even a whole field of academic study in its own right, separate from (or at least distinct within) 'English literature' as a whole.
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Ffion Jones Sep 22
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People often ask me about the theatre scene in Wales and this letter to NTW is very interesting and on the money regarding how the NATIONAL company is at the moment. As a Welsh artist I constantly question where I feel supported making my work.
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Eloise Williams 🌱 Sep 22
Eek! review & interview in the Western Mail today! Chatting about winning Young People's Book of the Year award. The importance of & championing young . My love of ghost stories, the sea and !
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Mike Scott 6h
A conversation about our past, present and future. I hope this will open the debate and showcase a nation of riches and richness. “Cenedl heb iaith yw cenedl heb galon”.
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rufus mufasa Aug 25
New song Incase you missed it My creative response to the new novel by
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Sophie Baggott Sep 21
Wales's leading playwrights call for change to direction |
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K. S. Moore Sep 21
will host a fantastic, free event for young, creative people of Wales on October 6th in Newport. More details below.
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Wales Arts Review Sep 20
6.19 | Open Letter to the National Theatre Wales | Carly Holmes | Whatever Happened To The Black Boy of Killay? | Plus Much More -
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Wales Arts Review Sep 20
An open letter to National Theatre Wales from the playwrights of Wales | "The direction of NTW... has led to a worrying internal culture which... seems to take pride in ridding itself of a theatrical identity and even its nationality."
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Alun Saunders 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Sep 21
Hi. I’m Alun Saunders. You might know me from such shows as ‘I am Welsh’ ‘Sometimes Things Need Saying’ and ‘We’re Trying To Build A Better Future’ I signed a letter about the need for debate around what our English-language national theatre company should be doing. It’s here.
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Tim Price Sep 21
Hope the letter inspires those who agree to speak out but also those who disagree to speak out too. The most resilient way forward will only be found in a debate rich with diverse opinions in an environment where people listen with generosity and care.
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Wales Arts Review Sep 21
An Open Letter to National Theatre Wales Wales Arts Review publishes an open letter to National Theatre Wales () signed by the leading Welsh playwrights of the day.
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Wales Arts Review Sep 20
An open letter to National Theatre Wales from the playwrights of Wales | "The direction of NTW... has led to a worrying internal culture which... seems to take pride in ridding itself of a theatrical identity and even its nationality."
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Wales Arts Review Sep 20
6.19 | Open Letter to the National Theatre Wales | Carly Holmes | Whatever Happened To The Black Boy of Killay? | Plus Much More -
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Wales Arts Review Sep 19
Four Days in South Korea | recently visited South Korea with the band . They were invited to perform at two major festivals in Gwang-ju. Here is his diary of the whistle-stop tour.
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Wales Arts Review Sep 19
"...are we to deduce that there isn’t enough quality Welsh talent?" ' Tide Whisperer throws up some serious questions for
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