Angharad Tomos’ translation of Blackthorn by Charley Miles
WHAT YOU THINK’S A COMPLETELY DIFFERENT PLANT ON THE SURFACE – IT’S ALL FROM THE SAME ROOTS
The only two children born in the village for a generation cannot imagine ever being apart, but as their lives shift, so too do the ties that bind them.
The countryside is changing and traditions and age-old place names are under threat. A highly relevant piece for today’s community audiences.
Touring Welsh communities between May 5 – 30, 2020.
by Siôn Eirian
Following the unmitigated successes of Garw (2015) and Yfory (2017) the award-winning playwright Siôn Eirian has been commissioned to write the third in his series of plays for Bara Caws. This play will consist of three parts — a triptych — and the themes are race, boundaries, and how people and countries protect and force their identity on others. How has, and does, Central Europe deal with ‘Other-ness’?
Performances: Tregaron National Eisteddfod 3 – 8 August and touring 8 – 26 September, 2020
In the run up to Christmas 2020 we will be touring Wales with one of our infamous Club Shows. Before long we will be asking for expressions of interest from writers who would like to collaborate with us on a new show.
Touring Wales between November 24 – December 19