Pontardawe Arts Centre and Peacock Vein’s Script CafĂ© challenge you to CREATE a GREEN play in a weekend - and then perform it!

Devise and Write Over the Weekend of 2nd - 4th July
Friday 2nd July 7.00 - 9.00 pm & Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th July 9.30 am - 4.30 pm
Then with a rehearsal on Wednesday 7th evening 6.30 - 9 pm
we will perform the result on the evening of Thursday 8th.

If you relish the challenge of writing scripts or enjoyed the devising process when you took drama at school or in college or even if you just think the idea of spending a weekend creating a play might be fun then this is your chance. We will create a brand new piece that will explore our futures as the world population increases the demands on our planet.

Led by theatre director Derek Cobley and writer Emily Hinshelwood, the weekend promises to be a fast moving, hair-raising but entertaining exploration of a variety of different techniques to create drama and scripts. No previous experience necessary, but it might help! A willingness to join in is vital as we will all be writing, devising and sharing the results. Because of the speed of the project participants will need to be able to attend for all sessions.

The whole project will be based in Pontardawe at the Riverside Centre and in Pontardawe Arts Centre.
The fee for the whole project is £20 (including teas and coffees)
You will need to bring your own packed lunch and snacks with you.
The project is open to all those aged over 16.
How to book your place.
Places are limited so book your place asap
You can book in person or by phone and credit card
Pontardawe Arts Centre Box Office,
Herbert Street, Pontardawe SA8 4ED
01792 863722
(open 12 - 8 pm Mondays to Fridays)
or via internet on boxoffice.npt.gov.uk

post code
Telephone e-mail

We will contact you to give details of the final arrangements, preferably by e-mail, but your details
will not be passed on to any other organisations.

The Script Cafe meets every third Tuesday of the month at Pontardawe Arts Centre and everyone is welcome as participants to workshop their scripts and discuss their work with professional scriptwriters.

Supported by County Borough Council of Neath Port Talbot, Academi, Awel Aman Tawe and the Department of Energy and Climate Change


Last Updated (Wednesday, 30 June 2010 13:07)