Chris Tally Evans makes stories, theatre and media. Follow the paths to find out more  about some of his major recent and past projects by clicking on the images.

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2017  Research & Development for Face: Wyneb

Exploring the ABC of the Brexit Britain battleground: Asian, Blind, Culturally Diverse

2015 National Theatre Wales / Celf o Gwmpas’ Big Democracy Project exploring the issue “Are disabled people an easy target for the cuts?”  The evening was recorded by Radio 3. Click on the picture to listen

2014 21st Century Dinosaurs An adventure in vision.  Chris Tally Evans’ new writing for the theatre with a visually impaired cast was supported by Arts Council of Wales, The Big Lottery Fund, Welsh Government, Chapter and Moorfields Eye Hospital

2010-2012 Turning points at the London 2012 Festival A two year storytelling project culminating in a short film featuring, among others, the voices of Hollywood legend Sir Roger Moore and Olympian Jamie Baulch

2007-2010 BBC Radio 4 Chris wrote and presented programmes for BBC Radio 4 including a five part series, My Mile of the River, exploring his relationship with one reach of the River Wye during the turning of a year. Click R4 to find out more about Chris’ broadcasting and journalism

2009 Chris won a Major Creative Wales Award from the Arts Council of Wales generating a body of digital and live work, Tales of First and Second Sight, that led him to perform and exhibit in New Zealand, Canada and at the John F Kennedy Centre, Washington DC, USA

Chris has directed theatre extensively including between 2006-2010 being Artistic Director of Disability Arts Cymru’s The Unusual Stage School, Wales’ disability-led hothouse for performers. Click here to see more of Chris’ directing and performance work

2017-2018 Gower Landscape Partnership: commission to make digital art works exploring the connection between creativity and landscape.

And dolphins! Watch the dolphin video by clicking here

2017 Mae Chroeso Heddychlon Thomas Morgan’s Peaceful Welcome

A sound piece created for the Castell02 exhibition at Caernarfon Castle in May 2017. Click on the picture  of Chris’ grandfather to hear the piece

In 2018 Chris worked with people in the communities of Mid Rhondda to challenge perceptions of disabled people. The project culminated in the world’s smallest arts centre in Tonypandy market. Go to 14 Equal Street’s facebook page to see the short films made to be shown in the arts centre’s  tiny multiplex cinema

One of Chris’s short films from 14 Equal Street, Four Saints Perform an Access Audit, was selected for the Together! 2018 Disability Film Festival, in London from the 7-9 December 2018. Click on the picture to the right to see the film