Sherman Theatre

TEN: Dom's Drug Prayer

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From Wednesday 20 May 5.00pm


Suggested donation £3

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Contains strong language and references to drugs

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Dom’s Drug Prayer

By Connor Allen

Director Samantha Alice Jones

Performer Olatunji Ayofe

Praying for the first time can’t be that difficult, can it?

Contains strong language and references to drugs.

TEN is all about giving you a short theatre fix that you can fit into your day. It’s the perfect accompaniment to a coffee break or the end of a day of remote working or when the children have finally gone to bed and you can finally put your feet up. The ten plays have been written by an exceptional line-up of emerging and established Welsh and Wales-based writers and are being self-filmed by a brilliant cast of actors.

TEN is made possible by a generous donation from an anonymous benefactor.

TEN is inspired by Papatango’s Isolated But Open programme.


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Connor Allen

Since graduating from Trinity Saint David as an Actor, Connor has worked with many companies in Wales and beyond. He is a member of National Youth Theatre of Great Britain and was also the winner of Triforces Cardiff MonologueSlam.

As a writer Connor has written for many companies such as Dirty Protest, National Theatre Wales, Sherman Theatre and BBC Wales. He’s had an ACW funded debut play and two Literature Wales commissions. He’s also part of the BBC Wales Welsh Voices 19/20 and The Welsh Royal Court Writers Group.

Samantha Alice Jones

Sam has worked in Wales for two years as an emerging director working for and with companies such as The Other Room, Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, National Theatre Wales & Sherman Theatre. Sam is involved in community based projects with leading practitioners such as Timothy Howe and Izzy Rabey, in association with Hayaat Women’s Trust. Sam also co-runs Taffire Theatre with Anna Clarke. Sam’s recent directing work was with Nova Theatre at Sherman Theatre directing their production of Winners for the Get it While it’s Hot strand.

Olatunji Ayofe

Olatunji Ayofe is a Nigerian British Actor from South-East London. Ola became a proud member of the National Youth Theatre in 2014. In 2016, he then went forward to do a Foundation Course at Mountview. This year, Ola will be graduating from Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama after training in Cardiff for 3 Years. He’s finally starting up in the industry and cannot wait to bring stories to life.

Q&A with Connor Allen

What inspires you as a writer?

As a writer the thing that inspires me is telling stories that are representative of my background and experience. If people like me can see themselves or hear their voices on a creative platform then they feel more empowered and more like they are being heard.

Tell us something about the play you have written for TEN

The play I’ve written for TEN was partially inspired by growing up on my estate but also wanting to question why people do the things they do. No one is born that way so I like to question why people end up doing the things they do.


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