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National Theatre Wales
Throughout the year
Wherever you are


Everywhere we go we collaborate with and support an ever-growing network of TEAM members. These are the people who play a part in everything we do, giving us a truly international reach.

They are our leaders in their communities: they create, inspire, perform, teach, write, organise, run projects, give feedback and make decisions with us on the future of National Theatre Wales.

Some of Our Projects and Events

Play Your Part

Bring us your ideas, tell us the experiences you want and the support you need. There are very few rules and anyone can be part of TEAM. Organise events, market our shows, learn something new, be part of our productions, change the way we think or pop in for a chat; you can decide what part you want to play in shaping your National Theatre Wales.

TEAM Panel

The TEAM Panel feed into the overall development of National Theatre Wales, advising on issues such as recruitment, programming, marketing and training. Building on our achievements over the past couple of years, the Panel places TEAM firmly at the centre of the organisation. Panel members are our representatives at events and performances, and attend meetings and give presentations on our behalf. They regularly feed back to National Theatre Wales staff and board.

Meeting as a group approximately three to four times a year, we are always looking for people with a diverse range of skills, knowledge, views, experience and backgrounds.

TEAM events throughout Wales

Designer required for NTW TEAM project in Cardiff

1 March 2017 - 12:00pm

Designer required for NTW TEAM  project in Cardiff

Various dates between 17th March and 18th May 2017 (see below for details). This is a paid role.

Location: Cardiff

National Theatre Wales TEAM is creating an original piece of work with Ocean Park Academy, a school in Splott, Cardiff.  Working with the school over two terms, we will be asking the pupils to devise their own creative piece. Taking our lead from the learners, we will apply the TEAM approach to turning their ideas into something unique.  


We are looking for a Designer to be be part of the creative team. The final production will be the result of a co-creation process involving a variety of arts practitioners including poets, musicians  and activists. The final piece is scheduled for performance on Thursday 18th May 2017.

Please apply with a current CV and a covering letter (no more than one side of A4) stating why you have the right experience and skills for the role and why you would like to work with NTW, to along with a digital portfolio your work by Wednesday 1st March, 12:00 midday.

Skill Swap & Workout - Small World Theatre, Cardigan

4 March 2017 - 10:00am

Do you have an idea which you'd like to get off the ground?

Are you looking to get involved in new projects and find new collaborators? Are you a theatre-maker who'd like to meet other theatre-makers and play for a day? Answer yes to any of these questions and Workout is for you!

A Skill Swap session gives you the chance to find the help you need... in return for helping others on their projects. From acting to cake-baking, directing to unicycle-riding...The list of skills encouraged is endless!

Saturday 4th March 2017
10:00 - 14:00

Small World Theatre/ Theatr Byd Bychan,

Bath House Road,

Cardigan SA43 1JY


Email to reserve your place:

The Sound Project - Script Writing Workshop

11 March 2017 - 11:00am

A Script Writing Workshop by National Theatre Wales TEAM

Poet and Playwright Patrick Jones (Before I Leave, Everything Must Go, Revelation) will help Monkton residents weave stories gathered from The Sound Project into script form.

Monkton Swifts Social Club / Clwb Cymdeithasol Monkton Swifts, Monkton Lane, Monkton, Pembroke / Penfro, SA71 4LP

Saturday 11th March, 11:00 - 16:00


Free entry, ages 18+