Due to the ongoing situation with regards to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), along with our co-producers and partners, Criw Brwd, Theatr Soar and The Other Room, we’re sorry to announce that we have decided to cancel the national tour of Pryd Mae’r Haf? this April and May.
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Pryd Mae’r Haf?
by Chloë Moss
Translated by Gwawr Loader
A Criw Brwd and Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru production in association with The Other Room and Theatr Soar
Luke and Christie are best mates who like to go camping, drink lager and talk about Julie Bridges.
But when they leave school and a long summer lies ahead, will Luke, Christie and Julie go their separate ways? Does growing up mean growing apart?
by Daf James
A Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru and Sherman Theatre production
Aneurin has been running away from his past, but – thanks to Grindr – he unexpectedly finds love. When he and Dan decide to adopt, it seems their world is complete. But as he adjusts to being a dad and tries to move on from his reckless past, Aneurin is forced to confront his demons.
Ten years on from the trail-blazing and award-winning Llwyth, Aneurin, Rhys, Gareth and Dada are back in this witty and compelling new play by Daf James.
Along with our co-producers, Sherman Theatre, we have taken the difficult decision to cancel the tour of Daf James’s Tylwyth.
Local choirs from communities across Wales are set to take part in the world premiere of Tylwyth, a major new play by Daf James.
We are proud to have been part of Apprenticeship Week Wales this February, working in partnership with the Welsh Government.