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BSL Subtitled review Romeo and Juliet, Omidaze Productions and Wales Millennium Centre Co-Production, review by Steph Back

A BSL subtitled video review of Romeo and Juliet performed by Omidaze Productions at Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff reviewed by Steph Back.

Romeo and Juliet promotional video with subtitles. An Omidaze Productions and Wales Millennium Centre Co-Production

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    BSL, Subtitled Video review, You’ve Got Dragons by Taking Flight Theatre Company performed at Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff reviewed by Steph Back.

    A BSL subtitled video review of You’ve Got Dragons by Taking Flight Theatre Company performed at Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff reviewed by Steph Back.

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    “A delightful tale of one child’s journey to come to terms with their dragons, told in Taking Flight’s unique style. With toe-tapping music, this highly visual, sensitive production is a humorous and touching exploration of the ‘dragons’ we all face.
    A fully accessible intergenerational show featuring creative captioning, BSL and audio description it is a treat for all the family … and remember ‘no dragon is more powerful than YOU’!”

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      BSL, Subtitled Video Review, Killology, Sherman Theatre by Steph Back

      A BSL subtitled video review of Killology. Written by Gary Owen and directed by Rachel O’Riordan performed at Sherman Theatre, Cardiff reviewed by Steph Back.

      The production can be seen at The Royal Court ,Thu 25 May – Sat 24 June.

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      CREATIVE TEAM

      By Gary Owen

      Director Rachel O’Riordan

      Designer Gary McCann

      Lighting Designer Kevin Treacy

      Composer and Sound Designer Simon Slater

      Sound Sam Jones

      CAST

      Sean Gleeson

      SEÁN GLEESON

      For the Royal Court: The Weir.
      Other theatre includes: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (National/West End); Earthquakes in London (Headlong/National); The Contractor (Oxford Stage Company); In Celebration (Everyman, Chichester); Molly Sweeney (Bristol Old Vic); Aristocrats (Chichester Festival).
      Television includes: Midsomer Murders, The Café, Public Enemies, Casualty, Doctors, Dalziel & Pascoe, Burnside, Holby City, Safe House, EastEnders, Underworld.
      Film includes: The Last Witness, Cold Mountain, First Knight.

      Sean also directs for TV and Film

      Richard Mylan

      RICHARD MYLAN

      Theatre includes: The Believers, Things I Know to be True, Peep Show (Frantic Assembly); Starlight Express (West End); How I Helped Out Communism (Lowry); Crazy Gary’s Mobile Disco (Paines Plough); Badfinger (Donmar).
      Television includes: Marked, Byw Celwydd, Agatha Raisin, Waterloo Road, Casualty, Doctors, Grown Ups, My Family, Where the Heart Is, Belonging, No Angels, Coupling, Bad Girls, Wild West, Score, Doctors, A&E, The Bill, Border Café, Silent Witness.
      Films include: Don’t Knock Twice, City Rats, Upside of Anger, Love Peace & Pancake, Checkout Girl, Snarl Up, Dead on Time, The Wisdom of Crocodiles.
      Radio includes: Look Who’s Back, A Taste of Honey.

      Sion Daniel Young

      SION DANIEL YOUNG

      For Sherman Theatre: Llwyth
      Other theatre includes: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (National /West End), Mametz, The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning, House of America (National Theatre Wales); War Horse (National/West End); The Welsh Boy (Theatre Royal, Bath).
      Television includes: Hinterland, Our World War, Casualty, Gwaith Cartref.
      Film includes: Another Me, Private Peaceful, Daisy Chain.
      Radio includes: Hoshiko, Inside Information, Dolls Tea Set, Inside Information, Bisgits a balaclafas.

      GARY OWEN (SHERMAN ASSOCIATE ARTIST: WRITER)

      For Sherman Theatre: Iphigenia in Splott (& National/ UK Tour/ International Tour), Love Steals Us From Loneliness (& National Theatre Wales), Amgen/Broken, A Christmas Carol

      For the Royal Court: Violence & Son.

      Other theatre includes: We That Are Left, Mrs Reynolds & the Ruffian, Perfect Match (Watford Palace); Free Folk (Forest Forge); The Shadow of a Boy, Big Hopes (National); Crazy Gary’s Mobile Disco (& Paines Plough), Ghost City (Sgript Cymru); In the Pipeline (& Òran Mór), The Drowned World (Paines Plough); Cancer Time (503); Sk8 (Theatre Royal, Plymouth); Blackthorn (Clywd Theatr Cymru); Mary Twice (Bridgend Youth); Bulletproof (Replay, Belfast); La Ronde, Spring Awakening (Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama).

      Television includes: Baker Boys (co-writer).

      Awards include:

      Meyer Whitworth Award, The Shadow of a Boy;
      George Devine Award, The Shadow of a Boy;
      Fringe First Award, The Drowned World;
      Pearson Best Play Award, The Drowned World;
      UK Theatre Award for Best New Play, Iphigenia in Splott;
      James Tait Black Prize for Drama, Iphigenia in Splott;
      Gary is Associate Artist: Writer at Sherman Theatre and is a Creative Associate at Watford Palace Theatre.

      RACHEL O’RIORDAN (DIRECTOR)

      Rachel is the Artistic Director of the Sherman Theatre.

      For Sherman Theatre: The Weir (& Tobacco Factory Theatres), Bird (& Royal Exchange Theatre), The Lion The Witch & The Wardrobe, A Doll’s House, Iphigenia in Splott (transfer to The National / UK Tour / International tour), Romeo & Juliet, Arabian Nights.

      Other Theatre includes: Macbeth (& Tron), The Seafarer (& Lyric, Belfast), The Odd Couple – Female Version, Moonlight & Magnolias, Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me, Twelfth Night (Perth); Unfaithful (Traverse); The Absence of Women (Tricycle); Hurricane (West End/Off-Broadway); Everything Is Illuminated (Hampstead); Miss Julie, Animal Farm (Peter Hall Company/Theatre Royal, Bath); Absolution (Guna Nua/First Irish Festival NY); Much Ado About Nothing, The Glass Menagerie, Merry Christmas Betty Ford (Lyric, Belfast); A Christmas Carol, Gates of Gold, Grimm Tales (Library, Manchester); Over the Bridge (Green Shoot/Waterfront Hall, Belfast); Protestants (Soho); Arguments for Terrorism, Cold Turkey at Nana’s (Òran Mór).

      Opera includes: NI5 (Northern Ireland Opera/MAC, Belfast).

      Awards include:

      Critic’s Award for Theatre in Scotland for Best Director, The Seafarer;
      First Irish Theatre Festival Award for Best Director, Absolution;
      Rachel was formerly Artistic Director at Perth Theatre.

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