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Get the Chance to be a theatre critic with Taking Flight Theatre Company

Interested in theatre, dance, visual art, gigs, poetry, film and more?

Want to access a free workshop which will give you an insight into the role of a critic?

Then, this is for you! The workshop and performance will be BSL supported. It will be suitable for D/deaf participants.

All participants will be able to:

-Access the workshop for free and see a performance of The Tempest by Taking Flight Theatre Company

-Be supported by Get the Chance to continue to review a range of events and performances.

The Tempest 

“Join the Magic Staff Liner Corporation and indulge yourself with a jaunt on the newest addition to their fleet- their number one luxury ocean liner, The Remembrance. Let their crew take care of your every worry, your every woe on their 10 year anniversary cruise to the Island that Time Forgot.
Expect lots of laughs, physical comedy and live original music, but most of all expect the unexpected.
This performance has live integrated BSL interpretation and audio description.”

What’s involved?

You will take part in a 90 minute workshop with Guy O’Donnell Director of social enterprise and online magazine website Get the Chance http://getthechance.wales

During the workshop you will be given an insight into the role of the arts critic. You will be given instruction on how to create a review and upload your response online. Participants will look at blogging, video, social media and much more! All workshop participants will get the opportunity for their reviews to feature on the Get the Chance website.

If you have one please bring a laptop, tablet and/or smartphone.

The workshop is limited to 10 places. All participants will be expected to write a response to the performance.

Suitable for ages 14+

The workshop is on July the 11th at Cyfarthfa Museum  from 5-6.30pm

Schedule

5-6.30 pm – Workshop
6.30-7pm -break
7pm -Performance of The Tempest

To book a place please email

getthechance1@gmail.com

 

Get the Chance to be a theatre critic with Motherlode and The Coliseum, Aberdare.

Interested in theatre, dance, visual art, gigs, poetry, film and more?

Want to access a free workshop which will give you an insight into the role of a critic?

Then, this is for you! The workshop and open rehearsal will be BSL supported. It will be suitable for D/deaf participants.

All participants will be able to:

-Access the workshop for free and see an open rehearsal of Exodus Motherlode’s new work in progress.

-Receive a press ticket to see and review a future production at The Coliseum, Aberdare.

-Receive a complimentary ticket to see a performance of Exodus at Bristol Ferment. (Does not include travel)

http://www.bristololdvic.org.uk/ferment.html

-Be supported by Get the Chance to continue to review a range of events and performances.
Exodus
“Aberdare, South Wales. The night the last factory closed.

Nan and her neighbours find themselves locked in a designer factory at the end of the valley. Draped in gaudy couture, they dream of escape to a new and better land – free from politics and the grind. Provoked by the hundreds of Welsh people who settled in South America in 1865, Exodus is a new adventure from the valleys.”

What’s involved?
You will take part in a 90 minute workshop with Guy O’Donnell Director of social enterprise and online magazine website Get the Chance http://getthechance.wales

During the workshop you will be given an insight into the role of the arts critic. You will be given instruction on how to create a review and upload your response online. Participants will look at blogging, video, social media and much more! All workshop participants will get the opportunity for their reviews to feature on the Get the Chance website.

If you have one please bring a laptop, tablet and/or smartphone.

The workshop is limited to 10 places. All participants will be expected to write a response to the open rehearsal

Suitable for ages 14+

The workshops is on Thursday, June 29th 1-5pm at The Coliseum, Aberdare.

http://www.rct-arts.org/information/coliseum

Schedule

1-2.30pm- Workshop
2.30-3pm -break
3pm- 5pm-Open Rehearsal & conversation with the team

To book a place please email

getthechance1@gmail.com

Get the Chance to be a Theatre Critic with Taking Flight Theatre Company

Get the Chance to be a Theatre Critic with Taking Flight Theatre Company

Are you aged 16-100?

Interested in theatre, dance, visual art, gigs, poetry, film and more?

Want to access a free workshop which will give you an insight into the role of a critic?
Then, this is for you! The workshop will be BSL supported. It will be suitable for D/deaf, hard-of-hearing and visually impaired participants.

All participants will be able to access the workshop for FREE and see Taking Flight Theatres new production for FREE

You’ve Got Dragons

A delightful tale of one child’s journey to come to terms with their inner dragons.

A fully accessible intergenerational show featuring creative captioning, BSL and audio description

Audio flyer below

http://www.chapter.org/youve-got-dragons

What’s involved?

You will take part in a 90 minute workshop with Guy O’Donnell Director of social enterprise and online magazine website Get the Chance http://getthechance.wales

During the workshop you will be given an insight into the role of the arts critic. You will be given instruction on how to create a review and upload your response online. Participants will look at blogging, video, social media and much more! All workshop participants will get the opportunity for their reviews to feature on the Get the Chance website.

If you have one please bring a laptop, tablet and/or smartphone.

The workshop is limited to 10 places. All participants will be expected to review the production

The workshops is on Thursday the 13th of April at Chapter Arts Centre, 40 Market Rd, Cardiff CF5 1QE

http://www.chapter.org/your-visit

Schedule

4:30- 6pm Workshop
6pm break
6:30-8pm Performance of You’ve Got Dragons
Post show talk

To book please email

getthechance1@gmail.com