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Drama , Welsh Language Event
Dau

Thursday 4 April 7.30pm

Park & Dare

Tickets - £12.00
Concessions - £10.00

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In The Lounge Area


By Jim Cartwright

Adapted and directed by Gareth John Bale.

A Gareth John Bale and RCT Theatres co-production supported by Arts Council Wales.

This play is performed in Welsh.

Two people, man and wife, landlord and landlady. Serving drinks two-by-two to the twosomes in their pub. Each has a story to tell, sometimes quirky, sometimes sad but it's always a tale you identify with.

Interwoven with pint-pulling we meet Moth, a man drawn to every flame yet utterly dependent on Maudie; two elderly pensioners; Mrs Iger who simply adores big men; Roy who has Lesley completely under control and two Elvis fans watching TV.

Hilarious and heart-warming in equal measure - this razor sharp drama takes clever twists and turns before reaching a powerful and unexpected climax.

Ages: 12+

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