Two contemporary plays by two distinct voices, based in the capital city of Wales. Merched Caerdydd / Nos Sadwrn o Hyd is a Welsh-language production.
Merched Caerdydd (Cardiff Girls)
by Catrin Dafydd
Cardiff is home to Cariad, Liberty and Awen. Whilst they each tread a very different path in life, they have more in common than their city alone.
Here are three young, bright, and perhaps unexpected women from contemporary Wales, each trying to make sense of their messy lives.
Women trying to come to terms with their past whilst navigating their futures. But will change be possible? Or has their fate already been sealed?
Nos Sadwrn o Hyd (Saturday Night Forever)
by Roger Williams
Following a messy break-up sound-tracked by Take That, Lee goes looking for love and finds it. For a short while life is sweet, but after every Saturday night dawns the harsh reality of Sunday morning and, as Lee discovers, nothing lasts forever.
A Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru production, in association with the National Eisteddfod of Wales, Mas ar y Maes, Stonewall Cymru and OOMFF, supported by Theatr Clwyd.
Age Guidance: 14+ (contains strong language and adult themes, in addition to the use of strobe lighting)
BSL performance: 11 April (interpreted by Cathryn McShane)
Running time: approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes, including the interval
Pay What You Feel (10 April)
Take a chance on this show; you can book for free and pay what you feel the performance is worth on the night. Just don’t forget your cash.
Promise members can get £10 tickets (except on 10 April).
Merched Caerdydd / Nos Sadwrn o Hyd is a Welsh-language production. For live English language access during the performance, please use SIBRWD. SIBRWD is an app for smartphones and tablets guiding non-Welsh speakers and Welsh learners through the performance.
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