A MAJOR NEW PLAY BY DAF JAMES
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.
Ten years on the characters from the trail-blazing and award-winning Llwyth are back in a compelling new play by Daf James. Taking an irreverent look at love, family and friendship, Tylwyth is a provocative commentary on contemporary Welsh life.
Book a season ticket to include Tylwyth, An Enemy of the People, Romeo and Julie and The Merthyr Stigmatist for just £45.That’s a saving of up to £45 on the full price. A year of theatre-going for under £50.
All tickets must be booked at the same time. Subject to availability you can exchange your ticket for another performance in the run no later than a week prior to the first performance.
Welsh learners’ talk
12 March, 6.00pm
A talk for advanced Welsh learners will be held before the show on 12 March.
In each performance, Sibrwd – Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru’s language access app – will be available to guide the audience through the story by means of a voice in the ear, whatever their level of fluency in Welsh. Speak to the team on the night for more information.