Sherman Theatre

TEN: Love (and Loss) in the Time of Corona

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Dates

From 1 May, 2.00pm
Contains strong language, adult themes and sexual references

Prices

Free

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Contains strong language, adult themes and sexual references

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Love (and Loss) in the Time of Corona By Katie Elin-Salt

Director Hannah Noone

Performer Catrin Stewart

Video Support Chris Lloyd

Breaking up isn’t easy. Especially when you’re locked down together.

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. 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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Katie Elin-Salt

Katie is an actor/writer born and raised in Bridgend, South Wales. Credits as an actor include Love Steals us from Loneliness (NTW in collaboration with Sherman Theatre), Crouch, Touch, Pause, Engage (Out of Joint/NTW), Educating Rita (Theatr Clwyd) and Stella (Sky 1.) As a writer Katie is a current member of Royal Court Welsh Writer's Group and Chippy Lane's Welsh Female Writer's group. She is also a current writer in residence at Theatr Clwyd. Katie's debut play Sprinkles is currently under development with Dirty Protest.

Hannah Noone

Hannah is an alumni of the Sherman Theatre’s JMK Directors Group supported by The Carne Trust Directing credits include: Elixir of Love (Opera’r Ddraig & Kings Head); Arcadia (Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama); Worlds Apart in War (Theatr Clwyd & The National Trust); Between Eternity and Time (RWCMD & Sherman Theatre); BoHo (Hijinx & Theatr Clwyd). Credits as Associate and Assistant Director: Uncle Vanya (Theatr Clwyd & Sheffield Theatres); The Assassination of Katie Hopkins (Theatr Clwyd). Credits as Staff Director: Mr Gum & The Dancing Bear (National Theatre); Home, I’m Darling (National Theatre & Theatr Clwyd).

Catrin Stewart

Catrin is a Welsh actress from Cardiff. She graduated from Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama in 2010. Theatre includes: The Devil Inside Him, Mametz (National Theatre Wales); The Lady from the Sea ( Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester); Romeo and Juliet (Headlong); The Cherry Orchard (Young Vic); Loves Sacrifice, The Jew of Malta (RSC); Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (Theatr Clwyd); 1984 (West End); Valued Friends (Rose Theatre). Television includes: Bang (S4C); Stella (Sky 1); Dr Who (BBC) Misfits(Channel 4. Film includes: Y Llyfrgell – Edinburgh Film Festival award for Best Performance.

Q&A with Katie Elin-Salt

What inspires you as a writer?

Loads of things! However I started writing primarily because I wanted to tell stories about women being brave. I am particularly inspired by the stories of Welsh, working class women as these are the women that raised me that have inspired me always. I am also inspired by Welsh creatives writing brilliant and complex narratives about Welsh people - I think there is a real need for these stories to exist and be heard both in Wales and on a broader platform.

Tell us something about the play

Love (and Loss) in the time of Corona is inspired partly by personal experience and also the wider experiences of the strange world we find ourselves in. I wanted to look at the feeling many of my friends have mentioned about home suddenly feeling like a different place when you're forced to stay in it 24 hours a day - and also how many of our relationships with the people we are living with have been put under a microscope in this unexpected situation. I found the idea of someone who is forced to press pause and stuck in a situation they didn't choose trying their best to control what they can.

 

Show Times

From 1 May, 2.00pm

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Cast & Team

By Katie Elin-Salt

Director Hannah Noone

Performer Catrin Stewart

Video Support Chris Lloyd


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