Sherman Cymru and Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru

Llwyth [Tribe]: Edinburgh



On Tour: 13 September - 1 October


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Rugby international night in Cardiff and the tribes are out in force. Wales has lost, but four gay friends are determined to have a night to remember ... whatever the cost.

Brothers in arms? Or every man for himself?

Following a hit tour in 2010 and fresh from this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe, this Welsh language production (with English surtitles at selected performances) takes a bold, provocative look at what it means to love, to belong, and to be Welsh.

Contains strong language and scenes which may be unsuitable for children.

Tour Dates & Tickets

13 September - 01 October



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****The Scotsman
Llwyth is a play pulsing with energy.. [a] stereotype-busting cultural event.

***** The Edinburgh Reporter
Llwyth is a brilliant, powerful, enigmatic production...

**** Metro 
The themes of solidarity in times of crisis and self-delusion strike a deep universal chord

A Younger Theatre - Jake Orr
Llwyth is camp but grounded, it’s distinctly Welsh, but also universal...

[Llwyth]is a moving and involving show, which will carry you along

****FestMag subtly mixes in themes of national, linguistic and sexual identity

***** Buzz Magazine

"There’s a truth to this production that I’ve rarely seen in Welsh theatre. It’s so perfectly realised, from the writing and the directing to the casting, acting and staging." - Jamie Rees

BBC Cymru ar-lein

" Hyfryd gweld cast mor arbennig o gryf, pob un yn ardderchog. " - Gwyn Griffiths

**** Guardian

"...a powerful, gratifyingly enigmatic play." - Nathan Williams

Cast & Team

By Dafydd James

Arwel Gruffydd

Tom Rogers

Lighting Designer:
Johanna Town

Composer & Musical Arrangements:
Dafydd James

Additional Musical Arrangements & Sound Production:
James Clarke

Danny Grehan
Michael Humphreys
Paul Morgans
Joshua Price
Simon Watts





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