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Fri 8 March 2019
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by Aled Jones Williams
Healing is messy...
A powerful and harrowing Welsh language production that follows the journey of Glenda, played by Ffion Dafis, as she battles to live with severe depression. In this new, fiercely relevant version we witness Glenda's harrowing confrontations with the illness. Will she find light at the end of the deepest and darkest tunnel? This is the final instalment of Aled Jones Williams' Anweledig that was inspired by medical records from the old Denbigh mental health hospital in North Wales.
"…this is the most gripping and thrilling story I have heard in a long time - if ever maybe."Elinor Gwynn discussing Anweledig (part 1) on BBC Radio Cymru (13/07/14).
Photo by Kirsten McTernan.
Unsuitable for under 14s.
March 5th - This performance includes live British Sign Language interpretation.March 6th - Welsh language learners can join us for an informal pre-show discussion at 6.30pm in the Bar. There will also be a post-show discussion on this date, with author Aled Jones Williams.