Whether you're an emerging playwright or established theatre maker, there are many ways we can help you with your artistic journey.
Here at the Centre we offer four strands of artist support that are mostly aimed at people working within the performing arts.
Help and support
This is available to any artists working on subsidised projects, rooted in Wales. You'll receive:
- Access to free space in the Centre to use however you wish - for rehearsals, auditions or perhaps for R&D work - it's entirely up to you . *We can’t give you space for public performances or activities that will earn you money though.
- Free creative and producing mentoring. Our Producing and Programming team can offer advice and support to help you achieve your artistic goals.
These are led by leading industry professionals and are designed to help you find your way as an artist.
We'd also love to hear about the type of workshops you'd find most beneficial, so please get in touch with your ideas and suggestions.
We present a variety of work at the Centre in many languages including English, Welsh and BSL; from large-scale productions in the Donald Gordon Theatre, to smaller productions in the Weston Studio e.g. Performances for the Curious Season, as well as performances in our public and outdoor spaces.
If you have a production or an idea for a production which fits within our programmes then we'd love to hear from you.
Producing and co-producing
We create a range of in-house productions, at differing scales that entertain our audiences, support Welsh talent and encourage artists to take risks creatively.
While our work is rooted in Wales it's also relevant to wider, international audiences and we love to showcase our work to Wales and the rest of the world.
If you have an idea that you'd like to be considered, please email us a short treatment that's no longer than two sides of A4, your artistic CV and links to any previous work you may have done.
If you have a script you'd like us to consider then please send us no more than 20 pages.
We offer informal monthly 'open office' sessions on the first Wednesday of every month from 2 - 4pm.
These sessions are open to artists and producers and are a space for new introductions; to explore opportunities and to build connections supporting the development of new work.
Our senior producer, Emma Evans and our programming producer, Jenny Sturt, will be on hand with tea, coffee and answers to any questions you may have.
Drop in to see us in Function Room 6 anytime over the two hours for a relaxed conversation about work, play and making excellent theatre. You don't need to book.
Our first 'open office' event will be held on Wednesday 3 April, 2019. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope to see you soon.
If you are interested in any of the opportunities above, please email email@example.com