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National Theatre Wales #NTWDreaming begins, Wales Theatre Awards 2017 nominations & exciting events

Welcome to our e-newsletter, keeping you up to date with the latest arts news and opportunities from across Wales and beyond.

Lifted By Beauty: Adventures in Dreaming

This week, workshops began in Rhyl for our next production. Our shop on the High street is ready to go, so check out the opening times and pop in for a cuppa to tell us your story.

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31 March - 2 April 2017

Invest in New Ideas

We push the boundaries of theatre to create innovative and thought-provoking productions in unexpected places. Any donation you make will allow us to bring these ideas to life. You will enable us to work with more communities, create more opportunities for learning and development, and help us turn our big ideas into productions for you to enjoy across Wales and beyond.

Follow the journey at #NTWNewIdeas

Invest in New Ideas Donate Now Wales Theatre Awards 2017

A huge congratulations to the team behind The Insatiable, Inflatable Candylion, who have been nominated at the Wales Theatre Awards for Best Show for Children and Young People, and Best Sound, and to the Wonderman team for their nominations for Best Ensemble and Best Production in the English Language.

Full List of Nominees Wales Stage Management Network

The Wales Stage Management Network are meeting to discuss challenges in the industry, identify training gaps, and chat about all things stage management related. Join them on 28 April.

Wonderman Find Out More #ntwTEAM

Do you have an idea which you'd like to get off the ground? TEAM are holding a Skill Swap session on 4 March, giving you the chance to get the help you need in exchange for helping others.

Keep up-to-date with all the latest news and opportunities from TEAM
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