Presentations of works in progress

Theatr Gen Creu yn y Steddfod (Theatr Gen Creu at the Eisteddfod)

We will be continuing our partnership with the National Eisteddfod of Wales and providing a feast of theatre as part of the festival at the Pentref Drama (Drama Village). As part of the programme for the Pentref Drama we will be presenting Theatr Gen Creu yn y Steddfod (Theatr Gen Creu at the Eisteddfod), a series of readings and presentations of new works that are currently under development by the company, and written by a variety of writers – some at the start of their careers, and others who are experienced or emerging writers. This programme will offer these writers an opportunity to take risks and to be bold and playful with their craft. In addition, it will provide a stage for the company to give a glimpse of some of the works that are currently under development. For full details of the programme click here.

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Nyrsys and Dwy

As part of Wales Millennium Centre’s season ‘Performances for the Curious’* during April 2018, Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru presented  two evenings of readings of works-in-progress, starting with a presentation of Nyrsys by Bethan Marlow on 17 April. This first public presentation was a rare  opportunity to enjoy a taster of the full production that will follow in November 2018. Full details of Nyrsys available here.

The second of our presentations (Dwy) was a presentation of two winning dramas from the National Urdd Eisteddfod’s Drama Medal Competition. ‘Ansh’ by Lois Llywelyn Williams (2016) and ‘Lôn Terfyn’ by Mared Llywelyn Williams (2017). Full archive details here.

* ‘Performances for the Curious’ at Wales Millennium Centre – a season of exciting, compelling and critically-lauded new work from the very best in contemporary theatre and performance, together with a witty programme of comedy, cabaret, music, spoken word and scratch nights. Presented for the first time in 2018.