For #IWD2020, the writers of Wales Arts Review have nominated 100 women of Wales who we think you should be following on Twitter (if you’re not already). Here is a list of women who will keep you informed, entertained and inspired on social media’s premier platform.
To see each person’s profile click on the red, but each highlighted tweet is fully interactive and you can “follow”simply by clicking on follow.
Please use social media to give a shout out to those you think we should be following.
— Lauren Ace (@LaceyPR) March 2, 2020
IMAGINE and then make it reality. https://t.co/XfZtBfOVuR
— Jannat Ahmed (@JannatExists) February 28, 2020
Sarah Argent – Freelance director, writer, Danish translator in Theatre for Young Audiences & Early Years. All tweets are personal views.
— Sarah Argent (@sargent65) March 4, 2020
Nicky Arscott – Poetry / Comics / Poetry comics Workshops for all!
Hacathon Hanes / History Hackathon: a hack day focused on reusing historical data about the people of Wales from the National Library of Wales. Here’s one from my series ‘Horses & Ponies of Wales 1860 – 1945’ #StormCiara #hacathonhanes @WIKI_NLW pic.twitter.com/J4c7f1JSRS
— Nicky Arscott (@mothermarypress) February 11, 2020
Dyna chi wydnwch.
Welsh resilience everyone… https://t.co/fmKNKzxzrA
— fflur gwen (@FflurGwen) February 29, 2020
Julia Barry – Executive Director at Sherman Theatre. All views my own.
Come and see the fabulous work of our extraordinary Youth Theatre in The IT with the added bonus of The Musicians! https://t.co/jC9VqbEUWU
— Julia Barry (@JuliaBarry_) February 29, 2020
Cath Barton – Writer, hill walker, photographer and (still, occasionally) singer. Always on the lookout for the quirky and the magical in life. Novella no 2 out in September.
This morning I am writing a story about a duck with a bad hair day. Like you do. @visual_verse
— Cath Barton (@CathBarton1) March 2, 2020
For @ASAP_Journal, I sat down with the brilliant @alexandrakreese and Cadence Kinsey to discuss the possibilities, pleasures, and risks of Instagram in the context of contemporary art and scholarship. Eavesdrop here: https://t.co/kYYDS1OzBc ????????????
— Dr Alix Beeston is on strike. Again. (@alixbeeston) March 1, 2020
Totally overwhelmed at first session of the older peoples day club I have set up. good turnout and positive experience &feedback. Some commenting they haven’t been out in years except medical appointments others mentioning that it was the first time they smiled in a long time ❤ pic.twitter.com/Tf8NK2uiIq
— Rajma (@RajmaBegum) March 1, 2020
Huge thank you to everyone who came to support young people at #TheAmberProject and #Belong this afternoon. A privilege to hear young people share their stories & work in partnership with the life-changing Amber Project ❤ #SelfHarmAwarenessDay pic.twitter.com/zNZiYaU4qB
— Rachel Benson (@Rachel_Benson4) March 2, 2020
Jenny-Anne Bishop – Jenny-Anne Bishop a Trans Activist, Church Elder, Member of the Parliamentary Forum on Gender Identity, & the Trans Advisory Board for HM Prison & Probation
— Jenny-Anne Bishop (@jennyannebuk) February 29, 2020
As I say at the bottom of this piece our research has shown that this is pretty widespread across the age spectrum in Wales.
What we need is good political education to ensure the next generation are much more informed and confident when they first vote than we ever were. https://t.co/Lc9qQIjHJ5
— Jess Blair (@JessBlair7) March 3, 2020
And this helps Britain how? depriving kids of fathers who committed comparatively minor crimes in many cases a long time ago. More shameful decisions driven by a political agenda based on racism and xenophobia. https://t.co/f3dhbboagt
— Prof Kirsti Bohata (@kbohata) February 14, 2020
Writing can be a rather solitary pursuit, but it is so important to have good people to thrash out problems with. @DavidOConnorLLN‘s excellent advice has got me back on the editing wagon and I am ever so grateful.
— Jodie Bond (@jodierbond) March 3, 2020
It’ll be beautiful https://t.co/abdL98fX4Q
— Cathy Boyce (@cathyeleriboyce) March 5, 2020
Yep-we know DV “risk assessments” based on “homicide risks” been ‘crude and little use’ since their mass rollout 15yrs ago, & women more likely to use health & other services than call police. Which is why @WelshWomensAid advocates Change that Lasts model to prevent VAWG in Wales https://t.co/4MpaaGSj1w
— Eleri (@EleriB) February 15, 2020
Carole Cadwalladr – Late adopter. Late giver-upper. Guardian & Observer writer.
Again! The old tennis-with-an-oligarch play. Boris Johnson sells himself out for Russian cash on move again. Meanwhile, the Russia report on political interference still missing in action… https://t.co/fiRBG3mDGC
— Carole Cadwalladr (@carolecadwalla) February 27, 2020
Alys Conran – Writer. Hay Festival Fellow. Lecturer. Novels: ‘Dignity’ & ‘Pigeon’ Wales Book of the Year. Dylan Thomas Prize Shortlist. Cymraes.
— Alys Conran (@alysconran) February 27, 2020
5 things to know about Alexander McQueen’s A/W 2020 Welsh look;
1. The cape sleeve is in
2. The bobble hat is out
3. Channel the boldness of Sali Mali, the insouciance of Jean McGurk & the rage of Lydia Tomos
4. Kill for Mr Urdd’s legs
5. Fashion fades but Beti George is eternal pic.twitter.com/QSHyzNfS6i
— Lowri (@LowriHafCooke) March 3, 2020
Rhiannon L Cosslett – Guardian columnist & author. Debut novel The Tyranny of Lost Things out now.
Proud to be a Welsh speaker & to advocate for minority languages. Speaking Welsh has enriched my life immeasurably. There are around 6,700 languages in the world and in 100 years they think there will be only 700. Don’t be a monoglot!
— Rhiannon L Cosslett (@rhiannonlucyc) March 1, 2020
‘We want the spring to come and the winter to pass. We want
whoever to call or not call, a letter, a kiss—we want more and more and then more of it.’ Marie Howe – What the Living Do https://t.co/rVCtBegyt0
— Rosie Couch (@rosiecouch) March 3, 2020
Dydd Gwyl Dewi hapus pawb!!! ???????????????????????????????????? pic.twitter.com/xTjiLZJHyd
— Kizzy Crawford (@kizzkez) March 1, 2020
Elena Cresci – amateur muay thai fighter who does journalism on the side
plz tell me why this tweet is always relevant https://t.co/ugVeNiXKfJ
— Elena Cresci (@elenacresci) March 3, 2020
Ailbhe Darcy – I read and write poems. Collection no.2, INSISTENCE, from Bloodaxe Books: bloodaxebooks.com/ecs/category/a… (she/her)
I feel totally justified in retweeting all these kind comments, by the way, because all credit for the radio programme goes to the brilliant producer Megan Jones! (And Inger Christensen for ‘alphabet’ obvs) https://t.co/NMY4mzmxmi
— Ailbhe Darcy (@AilbheDarcy) February 26, 2020
Nicola Davies – I write children’s non fiction and fiction about the natural world and our relationship with it. And I sing. And do pictures
Happy world book week!so sad I’m not in the lovely schools in Vietnam as planned. But sending greetings + a glimpse of my new story, to all children, authors,illustrators + schools celebrating the power of books in our lives this week. @BIGPictureBooks @thamesandhudson @Booktrust pic.twitter.com/YmC1eJHMvw
— Nicola Davies (@nicolakidsbooks) March 2, 2020
This time last year @takingflightco opened @kaiteoreilly #Peeling @RiverfrontArts on #InternationalWomensDay this year wishing the team #TheBeautyParade the best of luck on their opening night. Can’t wait to see it. @kaiteoreilly is this your 4th IWD opening?
— Elise Davison (@EliseDavison) March 5, 2020
This is a brilliant film – beautifully written, stunningly shot, and tells an important story that doesn’t often get told. Watch it on BBC2 Wales this Saturday, 9pm. So proud of you, @Rachel_Dax ???????????? https://t.co/c1ofVCMauB
— Michelle Deininger (@dr_deininger) February 28, 2020
Had a brill Voice workshops session yesterday discussing and creating around our connections to objects and the places we’ve lived.
— Taylor Edmonds (@tayloredmonds) March 2, 2020
Susan Edwards – Heritage, gardening, music and relaxing; not necessarily in that order. Usual disclaimers apply.
Not raining! So I will be spending the day in the Senedd at a conference for LGBT History Month. pic.twitter.com/7oNMYuzDjc
— Susan Edwards (@glamarchivist) February 29, 2020
Nia Edwards-Behi – hi | she/her // barn personol | personal opinions
I mean, an English remake of Parasite is actually perfect. Bong Joon-ho gets to make even more money and raise his profile, off people who can’t be arsed with subtitles or cultural differences, all while having criticised that behaviour. He’s literally embodying his own film.
— Nia Naseem ⁷ (@stonecypher) March 4, 2020
Alys Einion – Author of Inshallah, (Honno Press). Writer, Midwife, Mother, Associate Professor, Vegan, Feminist, Pagan, and always asking questions.
Building research excellence pic.twitter.com/mrmZimPZ7X
— Alys Einion (@AlysEinion) February 19, 2020
— Carys Eleri (@caryseleri) February 27, 2020
— Amelia Fae (@AmeliaFae_) May 30, 2019
Jo Fong – Director Choreographer Performer Dance Theatre Opera Live Art Associate Artist at Chapter and Chinese Arts Now (CAN)
You see the one with the suspender belt – thats the one i helped with
Channelling Nigel https://t.co/fEBdZvf2ay
— Jo Fong (@JoFong) February 24, 2020
Preena Gadher – Riot Communications co-founder and Managing Director talks all things PR, culture and entertainment
— Preena Gadher (@Ms_Riot) March 2, 2020
This Renthead (professional Renthead? can I use that?) always gets a bit emotional when a new production goes on sale…! https://t.co/XwSnoU0WM1
— Dr Emily Garside (@EmiGarside) March 5, 2020
I’m very proud that #RWCMD has led the way amongst drama schools with new writing and industry partnerships. We’re now looking to build on these successes – recruiting a Director of Performance (Drama) to succeed the great Dave Bond: https://t.co/BR0IL6onvo
Closes April 10th pic.twitter.com/blgn81GuLI
— Helena Gaunt (@hgaunt) February 24, 2020
So deeply excited to be embarking on this journey, with these folks, asking these questions, in these spaces, in these times ???????? https://t.co/jwZAWvtBOW
— Rabab Ghazoul (@RababGhazoul) February 28, 2020
— Rebecca Gould (@beccaleigh99) March 3, 2020
2 Poems in The Lonely Crowd #12 https://t.co/W2XdLsatIa
— Angela Graham (@AngelaGraham8) March 2, 2020
Really annoyed I can’t make the first one today anymore, but please do head over to this free workshop with two wonderful writers @NSarwarSkuse & @tayloredmonds ✨ TODAY 10AM-12PM, and every Sunday for another 5 weeks! https://t.co/IGonIPrYwz
— Sadia (@piffspice) February 23, 2020
Not as much as the price of theatre tickets, no https://t.co/APuGdHKiDI
— Sian Harries (@sianharries_) March 2, 2020
Sadly I’m not an alumni. But I do think @NSDFest is brilliant. And I am proudly on the Board. If you were lucky enough to go when you were a student, please join the alumni family at https://t.co/6ds5SqsTaY … https://t.co/2J2J76kw8L
— Tamara Harvey (@tamaracharvey) February 18, 2020
What heresy is this?! Grew up on Katharine Whitehorn; love my regular @MarinaHyde @deborahross fix and have written a column myself every week for 28 years. And as long as Mrs Iris Williams in Carmarthenshire & @letrix62 are still reading, I’m happy ???? https://t.co/HLiE62ShsB
— Carolyn Hitt (@carolyn_hitt) March 4, 2020
It’s #WorldBookDay so if you like poetry, my book would love to have a home on your bookshelves!
Alternatively, if poetry isn’t your thing then it also doubles up as a great alternative to toilet paper if your local supermarket shelves are empty.https://t.co/FMvJ2QMrQu
— Natalie Ann Holborow (@missholborow) March 5, 2020
Anwen Hooson – Founder of Bird Literary Agency. Co-Founder of award-winning arts PR agency Riot Comms. Arts education campaigner. Welsh farming background.
Whilst I will shed one solitary tear for my kick-ass schedule, I’m so glad Reed finally (F I N A L L Y) did the right thing https://t.co/qZmUWVj7Tw
— Anwen Hooson ???? (@anwenhooson) March 4, 2020
I literally gasped reading this https://t.co/JrD3bCcscV
— Rowan Hope Campbell (@hopehakes) March 4, 2020
Bloody brilliant article. Lots of welcoming & relaxed venues in England mentioned. Where will we find our flagships in #Wales? Which venues here will join this party & get Wales a mention in terns of forward thinking?? Excited to see… https://t.co/S3S8NIsJZB
— Beth House (@BethHouse12) February 27, 2020
Vikki Howells AM – Welsh Labour Assembly Member for Cynon Valley. Chair of Welsh Assembly Labour Group????????????????????????????
I visited @CynonOrganic, Abercynon to find out more about their sector leading social prescribing, volunteering and educational qualifications. The value they bring to the community is tremendous. I look forward to supporting this social enterprise as they continue to grow. pic.twitter.com/qVubvO3MzY
— Vikki Howells AM (@VikkiHowells) March 2, 2020
TFW you’ve been working for months on a plan to increase engagement between archives+creative industries, trying to find someone to fund it, and St Fagans literally BRINGS IT TO THE RUNWAY. Parch massive to @StFagansTextile – you’re an amazing champion for Welsh textiles+craft???? https://t.co/NBSD9tlUyn
— sara huws (@sara_huws) March 4, 2020
Obviously it’s super hard to choose but these were the two that first leapt into my head! Love a bit of dressing up ❤️????❤️ https://t.co/8vPbnJdwG9
— Liz Hyder (@LondonBessie) March 5, 2020
— Hanan Issa (@Hananiscreative) March 5, 2020
Lisa Heledd Jones – I work with stories and sounds. can do (vocal) impression of a sheep in labour. I live on a hill in Wales. pinned tweet is proudest moment. she/her. cymraes.
This episode ends with an artist called Xenxen wrapped in branches, his voice echoing around Snowdonia – aka one of my favourite moments of all time. https://t.co/sZ2KIZL1i4
— Lisa Heledd Jones (@lisaheleddjones) March 3, 2020
Interesting. Would also like to see the bits of Wales that aren’t the Valleys or Cardiff. https://t.co/NRhzkU20e9
— Rhian E. Jones (@RhianEJones) March 2, 2020
Bronach Kane – history of sexuality, peasantry & women; striking &ASoS against precarity, inequality, devalued pay & pensions; she/her; tweets abt history, politics, sexuality
This was a wonderful event @medievalqub with @MiriERubin on cities, cultures of inclusion, exclusion, & belonging. Fabulous & intellectually generous lectures that reflected on urban experiences, resonating w what cities mean now https://t.co/TJ969X6MF9
— Bronach Kane is on strike???? (@bronachkane) February 28, 2020
Our first @TyCerdd_org #AffricerddPresents tonight was all kinds of joy ❤️ Diolch o galon @bumithomas @oasiscardiff #OasisChoir, Chris, Josh et al ????#OnlyYouCanTellYourStory pic.twitter.com/X0luPkww1V
— Deborah Keyser (@DeborahKeyser) February 26, 2020
I miss teaching. This week it wld have been seminars on The Shining, a seminar on Dillwyn’s The Rebecca Rioter (pertinent!), lectures&seminars on Augusta Webster’s ‘A Castaway’& DG Rossetti’s ‘Jenny’,& – for my Yr 3s – presentations about their Neo-Victorian response assessment.
— Karin Koehler (@drkarinkoehler) March 4, 2020
Decisions, decisions…. and that‘s just a tiny selection my the English language books. I really should just take a picture of the 500,000 books in the distribution centre @Books_Wales #WorldBookDay #shelfie pic.twitter.com/skIp09hnvZ
— Helgard Krause #FBPE ????️???????????????????????????????????????????????? (@HelgardKrause) March 5, 2020
Cate Le Bon – Booking North America: firstname.lastname@example.org BOOKING UK/EU/ROW email@example.com MGMT Bob van Heur Bob@distortedchannel.nl
— Cate Le Bon (@CateLeBon) February 19, 2020
— Angharad Lee ???????????????????????????? (@AngharadLee) March 5, 2020
#WCCWiki this month is raising up #BIWoC & #BAME women in classics (broadly conceived). I expanded the page for Dr Stephanie Jones-Rogers, an expert on African-American history, American slavery, women and gender #BHM #BHM2020 #WoCHistWikihttps://t.co/1YyhqigE5y @sejr_historian pic.twitter.com/4c1t2GMfcQ
— Dr Victoria Leonard (@tigerlilyrocks) February 27, 2020
Dr Roberta Magnani – Intersectional feminist, medievalist, aspiring shield maiden. Senior Lecturer in Medieval Literature; research: Chaucer, manuscripts and queer theory. she/her
This is a brilliant thread! On the silenced impact of Brexit on women with an intersectional perspective. Please read. https://t.co/rYFSEewYlC
— Dr Roberta Magnani wishes she were on strike (@RobertaDMagnani) January 31, 2020
— Cerith Mathias (@CerithMathias) March 6, 2020
Cerys Matthews – thegoodlifeexperience.co.uk WHERE THE WILD COOKS GO
The extraordinary Dana Gillespie joins me tonight on @BBCRadio2 .We might cover writing blues songs,1960s London,acid queen, Bowie,Rosetta,Muddy,water skiing +more…maybe singing in Sanskrit, the Mustique blues festival +play tons of ace music. Join us at 9pm. pic.twitter.com/QWQ0e6IZyD
— Cerys Matthews (@cerysmatthews) March 2, 2020
Laura McAllister – Professor, Cardiff Univ Wales Governance Centre, politics, devolution. Ex-Wales international footballer, FAW Trust, UEFA, sports anorak, mami to 2 girls
“Those arguing for binning the Senedd represent no popular uprising…Instead, like Farage’s Leave campaign, it is intrinsically and fundamentally elitist.” ICYM my @WalesOnline column, here’s another chance for some to throw more Twitter abuse my way????: https://t.co/L5GHe2IJaL
— Laura McAllister ???????????????????????????? (@LauraMcAllister) March 2, 2020
— Kate Mercer (@_KateMercer) March 4, 2020
— Julie Morgan (@JulieMorganLAB) March 1, 2020
Rosie Moriarty-Simmonds – OBE Disabled Woman, Happy Wife, Adoring Mum, Author, Media Presenter, Actor, Artist, Successful Businesswoman and Socialite – constantly busy & totally content
As a lifetime campaigner for equality & rights for disabled people, I too had hoped things would have improved by now. We fought hard to get anti-discrimination legislation, but it’s peppered with loopholes & too many in society not wanting to make change #Independentliving https://t.co/kwt9aToa2S
— R Moriarty-Simmonds OBE (@RosieMS) March 3, 2020
And then there was this also:
Something new. An illustrated notebook version that contains all the images, but leaves space for drawing, writing, doodling…..https://t.co/ot2ne94OHB pic.twitter.com/p1FdMAtQxH
— Jackie Morris (@JackieMorrisArt) February 28, 2020
If you, or anyone you know needs help with processing your birth story, then contact @Peoplespeakup1 @trebreathnach
They changed my life, helped me heal, & help space for my voice & story.
Health professionals please get to know the services available to support our mothers. https://t.co/7FK9FGsFeb
— rufus mufasa (@rufusmufasa) February 16, 2020
— Yvonne Murphy (@YvonneMurphy111) March 6, 2020
This is good news and wherever you stand on the sex industry as feminists we can surely all agree that exploitative workplace practises that systematically disadvantage women need to stop. Fines, fees to perform – all harmful to women working in clubs. https://t.co/lluo9SIJuS
— sianushka (@sianushka) March 6, 2020
— Kate North (@katetnorth) March 5, 2020
I’m hosting this @NextGenLondon screening of Iraq’s Secret Sex Trade on 23rd March.
Tickets here ⬇️ https://t.co/AY8Rw5miNo
— Catrin Nye (@CatrinNye) February 28, 2020
Kaite O’Reilly – Writer, Playwright, dramaturg, crip, Irish brummie in West Wales.Ted Hughes Award winner. The Beauty Parade’ WMC 5-14 March 2020
— Kaite O’Reilly (@kaiteoreilly) March 1, 2020
— Lisa Parry (@lisafparry) March 3, 2020
— Catherine Paskell (@Cpaskell) February 28, 2020
Come join our team! This job is open for applications until Saturday this week. If you are keen and want to discuss do get in touch. https://t.co/Kxmdpp66IT
— Sara Pepper (@missspepper) March 3, 2020
Clare Potter – Bilingual poet, performer, collaborator. Directed BBC documentary The Wall +The Mirror. Hay Fest Writer at Work. One foot still and always in New Orleans.
My literary heroine would be my nan who never wrote anything but notes to the milkman, then one day she said a poem about a petal coming away from a rose. She died unexpectedly that night. Her 1st poem was posthumously published in @Mslexia+continues 2 work on me like a koan ♥️???? https://t.co/GiCijT4WsO
— clare potter (@clare_potter) March 5, 2020
Huge congrats & thanks to @UPROAR_Wales, @MaestroRafferty & #welshcomposers @acousmatician @sarah_lianne_l & @morganwilliamsb for their wonderful new pieces alongside Murail, Saariaho, Romitelli. Exhilarating to hear this kind of rep in Wales at last! https://t.co/3SRoOrF7Hn
— Steph Power (@spower_steph) February 29, 2020
— Sam Rhydderch (@SamRhydderch) March 6, 2020
Alexandria Riley – Represented by Emptage Hallett Cardiff
Thank you so much to every single person who watched, supported, loved and commented on The Tuckers. Honestly means the world. I adored ‘Nats’ and adored being a “Tucker” even more. But the party’s over so for now…..”OUT!!!”@SteveSpeirs4 Genius. Love ya x
— Alexandria Riley (@ReyAlexandria) February 14, 2020
The Chrissie Hynde Arena is back up! Was desperate to watch this before interviewing her a few years ago but couldn’t get hold of it. Her first encounter in it, with a tit of a street artist: withering coolness doesn’t describe it well enough. https://t.co/BCZ1TWrZ88
— Jude Rogers (@juderogers) March 2, 2020
draws to a close, here’s a thing @WelshMuseumsFed
put together with @pplscollection, featuring collections from @TheCardiffStory @andrewloganAMW @AmgueddfaCymru
Pride Cymru https://t.co/pb0RhzzQXf
— Victoria Rogers (@VicMRogers) February 29, 2020
— Georgia Ruth (@georgiaruth) February 21, 2020
Gwenno Saunders – Le Kov
— G W E N N O (@gwennosaunders) March 5, 2020
Today is the day! I am in the Senedd for the last time before maternity leave. I won’t be hibernating, but please know I won’t be on here as much when babi Sayed arrives! Please do refer any work tweets and DMs to @Team_BethanS or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Diolch mawr! pic.twitter.com/IAuCD3YYtq
— Bethan Sayed AM/AC (@bethanjenkins) March 4, 2020
Super looking forward to being a part of this discussion on Saturday at @WOWisGlobal along with @pocobookreader @AmritWilson & @meenakandasamy
Where Are the Working Class Asians? 3.30 @southbankcentre https://t.co/yQDW2Pa6wV
— Durre Shahwar (@Durre_Shahwar) March 4, 2020
Norena Shopland – Author/historian – specialises in researching, recording and promoting LGBT & Welsh history. Author of Forbidden Lives: LGBT stories from Wales
My recent research has shown that 90% of all heritage organisations in the UK return zero hits when LGBT+ keywords are put in their web site search engines. Even for some who do events for celebratory days and months!! https://t.co/mjCcpIO2xr
— Norena Shopland ???????????????????? (@NorenaShopland) March 1, 2020
Lleucu Siencyn – Llenyddiaeth Cymru/ Literature Wales CEO. Llyfrau, poetry, bilingualism, teulu, feminism, cydraddoldeb. Welsh European. Views my own/ fy marn fy hun.
— Lleucu Siencyn ???????????????????????????? (@LleucuArianrhod) February 26, 2020
Cathryn Summerhayes – Books, camping, festivals and Cardiff City Football Club obsessed agent. If a story’s worth telling, tell it to me.
— Cathryn Summerhayes (@Taffyagent) March 4, 2020
Reviewing #HereToStayHereToFight A ‘Race Today’ Anthology in @NewSocialistUK Please give it a read, its more than a #BookReview it shines light on Black & Asian history & the audaciousness of grassroots activists based at #RailtonRoad #Brixton recounting their ‘fearless activism’ https://t.co/TgRIiHcxYA pic.twitter.com/pCNX4hNlqL
— ShaheenCymru (@ShaheenCymru) February 13, 2020
The heat rounds have been posted for @Uni_Slam and it is so amazing to see so many teams competing!
— Christina Thatcher (@writetoempower) March 5, 2020
Laurence Totelin – Historian of Greek and Roman medicine and botany, mother of two, feminist, trade unionist, dysgu Cymraeg, Welsh by adoption, super Belgie. Own views (she/her)
Those bingo cards are very funny, but many squares are bitter sweet. My favourite is ‘you should strike in the summer’, which is supposed to mean ‘when nobody will be impacted’ – except that summers are becoming busier every year and that the impact even then wd be condiderable https://t.co/4jXFhJR56i
— Laurence Totelin on strike (@ltotelin) March 2, 2020
Today has all been about collaboration and the power of music to transcend political and geographical boundaries. So looking forward to the Wales / Brittany partnership with Orchestre Symphonique de Bretagne. pic.twitter.com/5sAGCboGaH
— Lisa Tregale (@SaxophoneLil) March 1, 2020
— Anna Valentine (@avjreads) March 3, 2020
Interesting stats from @Gronners on Event Cinema – tracking with what @NationalTheatre was saying yesterday with their course change. Bringing in titles like Fleabag has encouraged a younger audience in for these special programme events. @Cinema_UK #ukcacon20 pic.twitter.com/C4Dqk0km6R
— Claire Vaughan 〓〓 ????️???????????????????????????????????? (@pixieglas) March 4, 2020
Sue Vincent-Jones – Barry’s Boldest Blogger. Editor, Writer, Journo. Communicator. Activist, Role Model, Charity Chair. Runner, Rambler. Cinephile, Gig Girl
Thank you – I’m in! ???????????? https://t.co/qJNjceNBfb
— Sue Vincent-Jones (SVJ) (@mrssvj) February 23, 2020
Ceriann Williams – Theatre Producer. Insomniac. Mum of dogs
— Ceriann Williams (@CeriannKay) March 2, 2020
— Eloise Williams ???? ???????????????????????????? (@Eloisejwilliams) March 2, 2020
Rachel Williams – 18 yrs of DA, shot & beaten, wks later my 16yr son took his life. Pioneer for Safelives, Ambassador for The Freedom Programme & Threshold_Das. ALL VIEWS MY OWN
International Women’s Day is coming up, have you got a SUTDA badge or wristband? You will be in great company wearing one. Proceeds go towards running my Freedom Programme and also helping women & children coming out of refuge.
— Rachel Williams (@Dontlookback198) March 1, 2020
Leanne Wood – Plaid Cymru. Aelod Cynulliad / Assembly Member for the Rhondda. Welsh. Socialist. Feminist. Anti-fascist. Environmentalist. Republican. She / Her. Cymraeg.
Ardderchog / superb concert in #Treorci school tonight, in aid of people affected by the floods. @Treorchymalech1 were outstanding as were all the soloists & the @TreorchyComp senior choir. ????????????well done & thank you / diolch everyone. #Rhondda ???????? pic.twitter.com/Csf0BIGTjX
— Leanne Wood ???????????????????????????? (@LeanneWood) March 5, 2020
Sarah Younan – Youth Engagement at Amgueddfa Cymru.Trustee at Arts Council Wales. PhD. Artist. Germany, Kenya, Lebanon, Cymru. Wacha watu wakucheke…
— Sarah Younan (@SarahYounan3) February 28, 2020
Can we all have a conversation as a dance sector about how Community Dance organizations can be vital partners to touring professional companies in engaging with communities and developing dance audiences? (1/2)
— Catherine Young (@Cath_Dawns) March 6, 2020
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