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Tuesday 5 February 7.30pm

Park & Dare

Tickets - £8.00
Groups of 8+ (not availabe on-line) - £5.00

Online transactions carry a £2.50 booking fee

In The Lounge Bar

A Pontardawe Arts Centre production

Written by Emily Hinshelwood

Directed by Louise Osborn

Designed by Becky Davies

How do you know when you have crossed the line?

Mick Evans has a problem. His childhood imaginary friend has become his tormentor.

The system doesn’t suit people who don’t conform, people like Mick, people like his pupil, Stewart Skinner.

Cracked is a moving, thought-provoking play about vulnerability and the universal need for love.

Features adult themes/strong language. Suitable for age 14+

Supported by the Arts Council of Wales, Welsh Government and the National Lottery


  • Tuesday 5 February 2019 7:30pm
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