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Director’s Blog: Y Tŵr – Week 4

The final days in the rehearsal room

The final week in the rehearsal room is always fascinating, especially with a new piece – pulling the whole thing together, remembering what we did (not always easy when there is so much detail), remembering every word and every note (ditto) and shaping it all into a continuous flowing drama. Continue Reading…

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Blog y Cyfarwyddwr: Y Tŵr – Wythnos 1

Mae wythnos gyntaf ymarferion Y Tŵr wedi bod yn gyfnod cyffrous iawn.

Mae’r broses o gymryd opera newydd o’r dudalen i’r llwyfan am y tro cyntaf yn gallu bod yn un llawn pryder: a fydd hi’n gweithio ar y llwyfan, y tu hwnt i weledigaeth y cyfansoddwr, yr awdur a’r comisiynydd? A fydd y gerddoriaeth yn dod â’r testun yn fyw mewn ffordd ddeinamig, ystyrlon? A fydd y syniadau cynhyrchu a’r dylunio’n gweithio gyda darn nad oes neb eto wedi’i glywed? Ac yn y blaen . . . Continue Reading…

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Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru celebrates creativity in Carmarthen, with the upcoming Get Creative weekend

On Saturday 8 April 2017, Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru, jointly with Oriel Myrddin Gallery, will be taking part in Get Creative, an exciting weekend that celebrates creativity in Wales. As part of this special weekend, the company will be hosting ‘Soprano and Chalk on the Street’ – a free event held in Nott Square, Carmarthen, giving children and people of all ages an opportunity to engage with opera, classical music and street art. Continue Reading…