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Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Plasmawr’s response to an innovative National Eisteddfod commission.

Mynd a Dod


06 Aug - 09 Aug 2018

Tickets £10

Age Guidance: 14+ (no under 2s)

Running time:  Approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes

On sale 8 May 

 

 

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“Mynd a Dod” is Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Plasmawr’s response to an innovative National Eisteddfod commission. A fresh new script written by a group of pupils from the school, and music provided by “Wigwam” a vibrant new young band on the Welsh music circuit who are also pupils in the school. Financed by The Arts Council’s Creative Collaborations under the leadership of Bethan Marlow, Mei Gwynedd, Marc Lewis and Rhydian Lake.

A deep but funny exploration which asks, in a world governed by images, by social media, by our parents and teachers, can we truly be honest about who we are as young people?

Whether you are from “Upper” or “Lower” In Education, employment, training or not. Everyone is the same when borders are closed and nobody is free to come and go.

 

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Mon 06 Aug
8:00PM £10.00  
 
Thu 09 Aug
8:00PM £10.00  
 
 

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