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Theatr Gen Creu ar Daith: Pwy ‘Sgrifennodd Honna?

Published Wed 20 Feb 2019 - By Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru

Rehearsed readings of plays by members of Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru’s New Playwrights’ Group: Melangell Dolma, Cai Llewelyn Evans, Elin Gwyn, Miriam Elin Jones, Lowri Morgan, Naomi Nicholas, Sian Northey a Gruffudd Eifion Owen.

Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru’s 2019 New Playwrights’ Group project culminates in a series of rehearsed readings across Wales of new plays by the new wave of Welsh-language playwrights.

This is an opportunity to enjoy the fruits of 10 months of writing and development, under the guidance of Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru, by some of Wales’s most exciting new Welsh-language playwrights.

Each event will include readings of new plays by two playwrights, followed by a conversation with the playwrights, cast and directors.

The New Playwrights’ Group is a Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru initiative in association with S4C, Literature Wales, Pontio, Theatr Clwyd, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Carmarthenshire Theatres, Wales Millennium Centre and the Sherman Theatre.
Sherman Theatre, Cardiff

11 June | 19:30

Rehearsed readings of plays by Melangell Dolma and Cai Llewelyn Evans

Sherman Theatre, Cardiff

12 June | 19:30

Rehearsed readings of plays by Gruffudd Eifion Owen and Lowri Morgan

Ffwrnes, Llanelli

18 June | 19:30

Rehearsed readings of plays by Miriam Elin Jones and Naomi Nicholas

Aberystwyth Arts Centre

19 June | 19:30

Rehearsed readings of plays by Miriam Elin Jones and Naomi Nicholas

Pontio, Bangor

25 June | 19:30

Rehearsed readings of plays by Sian Northey and Elin Gwyn

Theatr Clwyd, Mold

26 June | 20:00

Rehearsed readings of plays by Sian Northey and Elin Gwyn

Preseli Room, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff

2 July* | 19:00

Rehearsed readings of plays by Melangell Dolma and Cai Llewelyn Evans

Preseli Room, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff

3 July* | 19:00

Rehearsed readings of plays by Gruffudd Eifion Owen and Lowri Morgan

*BSL interpreted performance

Literature Wales