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Speakers Corner and Radical Acts

Kate Tempest on Radical Acts & Common Wealth
Kate Tempest, The Observer September 2018

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We're Still Here

‘The story of our fight’: Port Talbot steel workers star in play about shutdown
Steven Morris, The Guardian Sept 2017

A new play inspired by Port Talbot’s ‘Save Our Steel’ campaign asks questions about the working class leaders of today. Adam Johannes talks to co-director Rhiannon White about the project, the people and the politics behind it
Red Pepper Sept 2017

Is British theatre guilty of failing the working class?
Lyn Gardner, The Stage March 2018

Port Talbot play tells ‘real story’ of steelworkers’ fight
BBC Wales Today, Sept 2017

Play tells story of Port Talbot steelworkers
ITV Wales, Sept 2017

Russian Nationalism. Scythians. Hull and Port Talbot on stage. – coverage starts at 00:30:15
BBC Radio 3, Sept 2017

Opinion: Rachel Trezise, The Last Bastion
Rachel Tesize, New Welsh Review, Aug 2017

A Port Talbot steel worker is living a second life as a stage actor
Geraint Thomes, Wales Online, Aug 2017

Ute Lemper, Steelworks play We’re Still Here, Vasily Petrenko – coverage starts at 00:10:29
BBC Radio 4 Front Row, Sept 2017

Welsh noir: How Port Talbot became the drama capital of Wales
Jasper Rees, The Spectator, Sept 2017

Interview: From Tata to the NHS: how Kully Thiarai is making theatre for Wales
Lyn Gardner, The Guardian, May 2017

Port Talbot steelworks and the NHS feature in two major new productions from National Theatre Wales
Mark Rees, Wales Online, May 2017

Angels and demons: the unmissable theatre, comedy and dance of Autumn 2017
The Guardian Online, Sept 2017

Creu drama o’r dur
Golwg Magazine, Sept 2017

 

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Class: The Elephant in the Room

Class: The Elephant in the Room, Chapter Arts Centre – Experimentica Season
Claudia Rutherford, Quench March 2017

‘Power has to be grasped’: British theatre is battling its class problem
Catherine Love, The Guardian March 2018

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The Deal Versus The People

TTIP: Play about controversial trade deal opens in Bradford City Council chambers
Nick Clarke, The Independent October 2015

“I don’t feel like I’m going to work, I feel like I’m participating in a movement”
Jenny Hughes, Poor Theatres October 2015