Pryd Mae'r Haf (Online)

Does growing up mean growing apart?

Pryd Mae’r Haf? (Christmas is Miles Away) by Chloë Moss

Translated by Gwawr Loader

A Criw Brwd and Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru production in association with The Other Room and Theatr Soar.

Online live streamed performances

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?

In a new Welsh-language translation set in the south Wales valleys at the end of the 1980s, this is a touching play about friendship and the hopes and fears of young people.

Live performances, streamed digitally:
13 May 2021, 8pm
14 May 2021, 8pm

Pre-recorded performance:
20 May 2021, 1.30pm

Pre-recorded performance with BSL:
20 May 2021, 8pm

Pre-recorded performance with English Subtitles:
21 May 2021, 8pm


Aron Cynan –Luke
Ella Peel – Julie
Cellan Wyn – Christie

Creative team

Creative and Production Teams:

Writer: Chloë Moss
Translated by: Gwawr Loader
Director: Sion Pritchard
Set and Costume Designer: Luned Gwawr Evans
Lighting Designer: Elanor Higgins
Sound Designer and Composer: Tic Ashfield
Assistant Director: Elin Phillips
Movement Director: Eddie Ladd
Voice Director: Nia Lynn

Additional Information

Age guidance: 14+
Contains strong language and adult themes. A list of possible triggers can be found below.



Theatr Gen and Criw Brwd were also pleased to be working alongside partner venues across Wales to promote these live digital performances:

Aberystwyth Arts Centre; Galeri; Pontio; Riverfront; Sherman Theatre; The Other Room; Theatr Brycheiniog; Theatr Clwyd; Theatr Hafren; Theatr Mwldan; Theatr Soar; Torch Theatre; Taliesin Arts Centre; Carmarthenshire Theatres.

Julie (Ella Peel), Luke (Aron Cynan) + Christie (Cellan Wyn)
Luke (Aron Cynan) + Christie (Cellan Wyn)
Luke (Aron Cynan) + Julie (Ella Peel)

Pryd Mae'r Haf? Programme