Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru and Sherman Theatre

Tylwyth

Made at Sherman Theatre

Written by Daf James

Directed by Arwel Gruffydd

ACCESS

  • Mon 26 Sep - 7:30pm Captioned
  • Tue 27 Sep - 7:30pm Captioned
  • Wed 28 Sep - 7pm Captioned
  • Thu 29 Sep - 7:30pm Captioned
  • Fri 30 Sep - 7:30pm Captioned
  • Thu 29 Sep - 7:30pm BSL interpreted

Overview

26 - 30 September
7.30pm except 28 Sept at 7.00pm

Pricing

£16 - £27, Concessions £2 off, Under 25s Half Price

Further details

  • Language: Welsh with surtitles in Welsh and English
  • Space: Main House
Important information

Contains strong language, scenes of a sexual nature and adult themes

Daf James’ hit play returns

Aneurin has been running away from his past, but – thanks to Grindr – he unexpectedly finds love. When he and Dan decide to adopt, it seems their world is complete. But as he adjusts to being a dad and tries to move on from his reckless past, Aneurin is forced to confront his demons.

A decade on from the trail-blazing and award-winning Llwyth, Aneurin, Rhys, Gareth and Dada return in Daf James’s witty and compelling play. Back by popular demand following smash hit performances at the Sherman in 2020, Tylwyth is a provocative commentary on contemporary Welsh life.

The text will appear as it is performed on screens in both Welsh and English at all performances.

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