National Theatre Wales

Feral Monster


Written by Bethan Marlow

Directed by Izzy Rabey


  • Tue 20 Feb - 7pm Audio Described
  • Wed 21 Feb - 7:30pm Audio Described


15 - 24 Feb 2024


Previews: £11, £13, £15 / Standard: £18, £20, £22 / £2 off concessions / Under 25s: Half Price

Further details

  • Duration: Approximately 115 minutes including interval
  • Space: Main House
Important Information

This show contains strong language, adult themes and topics some audience members may find upsetting. To find out more, click here.

Feral Monster follows Jax and her noisy, opinionated brain as they navigate love, identity, class and family.

A banging new musical about an unremarkable teenager.

Expelled from school and not even able to get a job at the chippy, Jax (she/they/whatever) is a cocky, loveable teen living with her Nan in a tiny, boring village.

When Jax meets Ffion, with her smart talk and loud looks, sparks fly. Queer teenage lust brings together this unlikely match in all its messy, clumsy and awesome glory.

Mashing up grime, R&B, soul, pop and rap, the soundtrack takes us from the high highs to low lows of the hormonal rollercoaster of adolescence.

Feral Monster is written by Bethan Marlow and directed by Izzy Rabey, with music by Nicola T. Chang.
The cast features Lily Beau, Carys Eleri, Geraint Rhys Edwards, Rebecca Hayes, Nathaniel Leacock and Leila Navabi.

Audio Description and Touch Tours by Owen Pugh

Feral Monster is supported by PRS Foundation’s The Open Fund and John Ellerman Foundation, as part of NTWs’ Dramaturg programme.

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