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Christmas should be one of the happiest times of the year for everyone; yet for millions of people across the UK it can be the gloomiest. While most people are occupied amidst the festivities of the day with their families and friends, some people experience Christmas...

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Licensed ministers invited to ‘listening days’

From clergy to youth workers – all licensed minsters are being invited to share what makes them flourish and what they struggle with in a series of ‘listening days’ taking place across Wales. The series of 24 days at 12 different locations is being organized by St...

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Phil Parry, a reply

Following Phil Parry’s latest attack on me I asked for the right to reply, but he hasn’t responded. I’d prefer to ignore the irritating little git but he is now making serious and misleading allegations that have to be answered. Not only that, but his latest piece, on...

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L to R: Shanaz Gulzar (digital associate), Sudhar Buchar (writer), Sapan Saran (writer), Sameera Iyengar (artistic director, Junoon Theatre) & Kully Thiarai (director), some of the Sisters creative team, in a rehearsal room in Cardiff

National Theatre Wales’ 2018 season will be a series of work, performed all over Wales and online, on the theme of People & Places, and is Artistic Director Kully Thiarai’s first full programme of work for the company.Click on the links below to find out more...

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NTW 2018 Season

National Theatre Wales’ 2018 season will be a series of work, performed all over Wales and online, on the theme of People & Places, and is Artistic Director Kully Thiarai’s first full programme of work for the company.Click on the links below to find out more...

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STORM.1:

STORM.1: NOTHING REMAINS THE SAMEThis will be a seated, indoor performance, some of which will be in total darkness. However, the performance does contain an outdoor element, so please come dressed for the Welsh weather in February.On performance days there will be...

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