Posts Tagged ‘Fabler Shakespeare Readers’

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Fabler Shakespeare Readers in Cardiff: Henry V

March 9, 2012

Fabler Shakespeare Readers is a community arts engagement project devised and facilitated by Adam Timms. In 2007, a small group of individuals commenced reading the complete works of Shakespeare above a cafe in Canton, Cardiff. In 2008 the group moved to Chapter arts centre, its current home, and the popularity of the group grew enormously. We regularly involved groups of around 20-30 individuals from the local community – theatre-goers, Shakespeare fans, academics, newcomers, actors, directors, writers – all are welcome!”

Henry V

Sunday March 11th, 2012, 6.30pm, Media Point, Chapter, Cardiff.

(Cost: £3 on the door)

Chapter Arts Centre, Market Road, Canton, Cardiff
www.chapter.org

For more information about Fabler projects click here.

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Fabler Shakespeare Readers in Cardiff: Macbeth

February 11, 2012

Fabler Shakespeare Readers is a community arts engagement project devised and facilitated by Adam Timms. In 2007, a small group of individuals commenced reading the complete works of Shakespeare above a cafe in Canton, Cardiff. In 2008 the group moved to Chapter arts centre, its current home, and the popularity of the group grew enormously. We regularly involved groups of around 20-30 individuals from the local community – theatre-goers, Shakespeare fans, academics, newcomers, actors, directors, writers – all are welcome! In December 2010 we will complete the first cycle of Shakespeare’s sole-authored works, with out reading of The Tempest. 2011 will see the launch of Fabler Theatre Company and our next phase of readings!”

Macbeth

Sunday February 12th, 2012, 6.30pm, Media Point, Chapter, Cardiff.

(Cost: £3 on the door)


Chapter Arts Centre, Market Road, Canton, Cardiff
www.chapter.org

For more information about Fabler projects click here.

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Fabler Shakespeare Readers in Cardiff: Dr Faustus

December 9, 2011

Fabler Shakespeare Readers is a community arts engagement project devised and facilitated by Adam Timms. In 2007, a small group of individuals commenced reading the complete works of Shakespeare above a cafe in Canton, Cardiff. In 2008 the group moved to Chapter arts centre, its current home, and the popularity of the group grew enormously. We regularly involved groups of around 20-30 individuals from the local community – theatre-goers, Shakespeare fans, academics, newcomers, actors, directors, writers – all are welcome! In December 2010 we will complete the first cycle of Shakespeare’s sole-authored works, with out reading of The Tempest. 2011 will see the launch of Fabler Theatre Company and our next phase of readings!”

 Dr Faustus (Shorter 1604 version, or the “A text”)

Sunday, December 11th, 2011, 6.30pm, Media Point, Chapter, Cardiff.

(Cost: £3 on the door)


Chapter Arts Centre, Market Road, Canton, Cardiff
www.chapter.org

For more information about Fabler projects click here.

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Fabler Shakespeare Readers in Cardiff: The Two Gentlemen of Verona

November 10, 2011

Fabler Shakespeare Readers is a community arts engagement project devised and facilitated by Adam Timms. In 2007, a small group of individuals commenced reading the complete works of Shakespeare above a cafe in Canton, Cardiff. In 2008 the group moved to Chapter arts centre, its current home, and the popularity of the group grew enormously. We regularly involved groups of around 20-30 individuals from the local community – theatre-goers, Shakespeare fans, academics, newcomers, actors, directors, writers – all are welcome! In December 2010 we will complete the first cycle of Shakespeare’s sole-authored works, with out reading of The Tempest. 2011 will see the launch of Fabler Theatre Company and our next phase of readings!”

 THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA

Sunday, November 13th, 2011, 6.30pm, Media Point, Chapter, Cardiff.

(Cost: £3 on the door)


Chapter Arts Centre, Market Road, Canton, Cardiff
www.chapter.org

For more information about Fabler projects click here.

 

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Fabler Shakespeare Readers in Cardiff

October 8, 2011

The Jew Of Malta -Marlowe

 

Fabler Shakespeare Readers is a community arts engagement project devised and facilitated by Adam Timms.

In 2007, a small group of individuals commenced reading the complete works of Shakespeare above a cafe in Canton, Cardiff. In 2008 the group moved to Chapter arts centre, its current home, and the popularity of the group grew enormously. We regularly involved groups of around 20-30 individuals from the local community – theatre-goers, Shakespeare fans, academics, newcomers, actors, directors, writers – all are welcome! In December 2010 we will complete the first cycle of Shakespeare’s sole-authored works, with out reading of The Tempest. 2011 will see the launch of Fabler Theatre Company and our next phase of readings!”

 

Sunday, October 9th, 2011, 6.30pm, Media Point, Chapter, Cardiff.

(Cost: £3 on the door)


Chapter Arts Centre, Market Road, Canton, Cardiff
www.chapter.org

For more information about Fabler projects click here.

 

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Fabler Shakespeare Readers in Cardiff

September 7, 2011

Fabler Shakespeare Readers is a community arts engagement project devised and facilitated by Adam Timms.

In 2007, a small group of individuals commenced reading the complete works of Shakespeare above a cafe in Canton, Cardiff. In 2008 the group moved to Chapter arts centre, its current home, and the popularity of the group grew enormously. We regularly involved groups of around 20-30 individuals from the local community – theatre-goers, Shakespeare fans, academics, newcomers, actors, directors, writers – all are welcome! In December 2010 we will complete the first cycle of Shakespeare’s sole-authored works, with out reading of The Tempest. 2011 will see the launch of Fabler Theatre Company and our next phase of readings!”

Next Reading: The Merchant of Venice

Sunday, Sept 11th, 2011, 6.30pm, Media Point, Chapter, Cardiff.

(Cost: £3 on the door)

The Jew of Malta  by Marlowe will follow on Oct 9th.

Chapter Arts Centre, Market Road, Canton, Cardiff
www.chapter.org

For more information about Fabler projects click here.

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Fabler Shakespeare Readers in Cardiff

July 15, 2011
 

A Woman’s Prize or The Tamer Tamed

(a sequel to The Taming of the Shrew) by Fletcher

 
Sunday July 17th 2011, 6.30pm, Media Point, at Chapter
 
Having read Taming of The Shrew last month, we are reading the sequel this month. To get a copy here are some links:
 
This is a “Complete works of Fletcher” online text. The Woman’s Prize is first in the collection. Print it off or bring a laptop.
 
This is the Amazon link to buy a copy – used ones are £3.50.
 

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