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  • 22-04-2014
  • Hinterland success with Netflix

  • If you haven't seen Hinterland then the American public might see it before you do! Creator of these Welsh detective drama films and also fellow of the Arts Foundation Ed Thomas is delighted. It means also that this is the first time a Welsh drama series will be immediately available to the See for more info US.http://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/tvandradioblog/2014/apr/15/welsh-language-thriller-hinterland-netflix-bbc

  • 22-04-2014
  • World premier of Eva Recacha's new work

  • On the 25th-26th April Eva's new work "Easy Rider" will be premiered at The Place. Come and see the wonderful Antonio de la Fe, Eleanor Sikorski and Lola Maury on stage, with Sound by Alberto Ruiz Soler, Design by Kasper Hansen, Lighting Design by Jackie Shemesh and Costume Supervision by Sophie Bellin Hansen. Eva Recacha looks at the human compulsion to engage with superstitious beliefs and practices in the pursuit of happiness, revealing a concoction of religion, customs and self-help manuals drawing on first-hand observations of ritualistic behaviour in her native Spain. I'm sure Eva is right when she says....The evening will be memorable. Tickets from http://www.theplace.org.uk/performances

  • 31-03-2014
  • Call to Photographers for Entries - deadline 14th April

  • FotoDocument open call for ten photo essay commissions
    on One-Planet Living Deadline: 14 April 2014
    Photoworks are partnering FotoDocument and BioRegional to commission ten public space photo essays launching during Brighton Photo Biennial 2014 and to remain in situ for ten months. Each of the ten essays will be themed on one of the principles of One Planet Living and works will be installed in a corresponding key public space in Brighton & Hove. Submissions are welcomed from established and from emerging photographers, not in full-time education, who must be over 18 and based in the UK. Each selected photographer will receive a fee of £2.5k to include travel and subsistence. Further funds are available to cover printing and installation costs.The judging panel includes Simon Roberts, Francis Hodgson, Nina Emett, Celia Davies and Melanie Friend. http://photoworks.org.uk/projects/fotodocument-open-call-ten-photo-essay...

  • 30-03-2014
  • Alice Birch included in festival of new plays at RCS

  • Alice Birch's new play 'Revolt. She said. Revolt again' is on in rep with Timberlake Wertenbaker at the RSC which is putting on a festival of daring and radical new plays which will be performed over two evenings made up of two short plays each playing in repertoire with a shared cast. Performed in a purpose-built temporary studio on the current Courtyard Theatre stage the writers which includes E.V Crowe and Abi Zakarian have been given an iinitial provocation: “Well behaved women seldom make history” intending to be a contemporary response to The Roaring Girls season in the Swan Theatre. For more info go to http://www.rsc.org.uk/whats-on/midsummer-mischief/programme-a.aspx