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A new one man play in the Welsh language from the team that brought you Burton and Dylan Thomas: Clown in the Moon
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05 Aug - 07 Aug 2018

Tickets £10

Age Guidance: + (no under 2s)

Running time:  Approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes

On sale 8 May 

 

 

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Best touring production in Welsh – Wales theatre awards 2018

A new one man play in the Welsh language from the team that brought you Burton and Dylan Thomas: Clown in the Moon. -'The tragic, funny and often unbelievable life of fiction's most famous Jew'.

Is Shylock, the Jewish moneylender from The Merchant of Venice, a villain or victim?

Gareth Armstrong's award winning solo play confronts these Jewish stereotypes through the eyes of his only friend - and the only other Jewish man in the whole of Shakespeare - Tubal. Promoted to centre stage from his minor role in The Merchant of Venice, he proves a born comic storyteller.

Celebrating the richness of Shakespeare's language and conjuring up a whole cast of characters from Portia to Pontius Pilate, from Romeo to Max Reinhardt, and from Barabbas to Richard Burbage, this dazzling, moving, often hilarious play is a fascinating exploration of Shylock and his people.

 
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Written and Directed by Gareth Armstrong
Associate Director: Rhian Morgan
Performed by Rhodri Miles

 

 

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