PETULA National Theatre Wales and Theatr Genedlaethol with August012 (Ages 12+)
by Fabrice Melquiot, adapted and translated by Daf James. Concept and Direction by Mathilde Lopez
Tuesday 5 April 2022 at 7.30pm
Tickets - £15, 25s and under - £10, group of 4 - £40
How the hell do you grow up when the world around you is falling apart? Pwdin Evans is on a mission. There’s so much in this world he can no longer deal with; his ridiculous parents, step-parents, the weight of his teenage worries, gravity,all of it. So, he launches himself into space, in search of answers and his missing cousin Petula. National Theatre Wales, Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru and August012 are joining forces to bring you a brand-new production of Fabrice Melquiot’s extraordinary play. Directed by Mathilde Lopez with a script by Daf James that mixes Welsh, English and a little French. An unforgettable and surreal mix of dark comedy and adventure. A visual feast about relationships, language and love. Petula will be unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before! Find out more at petula.cymru
gan Fabrice Melquiot Addaswyd a chyfieithwyd gan Daf James Y cysyniad a'r cyfarwyddo gan Mathilde Lopez
Sut yn y byd wyt ti fod i dyfu i fyny pan fo popeth o dy gwmpas di’n cwympo’n ddarnau? Dyna’r cwestiwn mawr i Pwdin Evans, sydd wedi cael llond bol ar ei rieni a’i lys-rieni gwallgo, a phopeth arall sydd gan berson ifanc i boeni amdano yn y byd. Mae’n ei heglu hi ar antur epig i’r gofod i chwilio am atebionac am ei gyfnither goll, Petula. Mae National Theatre Wales, Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru ac August012 yn uno i ddod â chynhyrchiad newydd sbon o ddrama anhygoel Fabrice Melquiot. Wedi ei chyfarwyddo gan Mathilde Lopez, mae’rsgript amlieithog gan Daf James yn gyfuniad difyr o’r Gymraeg, Saesneg arhywfaint o Ffrangeg. Cyfuniad cofiadwy a swreal o gomedi dywyll ac antur.Gwledd weledol am berthynas, iaith a chariad. Bydd Petula’n wahanol i unrhywbeth rwyt ti wedi’i brofi o’r blaen! Ceir rhagor o wybodaeth yn petula.cymru
When & Where
All Tickets - £5
Thursday 16 December at 6pm
The Making of A Monster is a work in progress autobiographical journey into Connor’s teenage years as he makes a decision that will change the fabric of who he is, and the man he will become.
Watch Connor Ashe travels back in time and examines his past and questions his identity.
35 minute performance + Q&A afterwards
Written by CJ Hopkins
Directed by Mark Bell (mischief theatre - the Play that Goes Wrong, Peter Pan Goes Wrong, the Comedy About A Bank Robbery)
Featuring Daniel Llewelyn-Williams and Michael Edwards.
Wednesday 9 and Thursday 10 February at 8pm
Tickets - £17, earlybird offer - £13 (until the 31st December)
Age 16+, no interval
Two clowns shoot the breeze, drinking bourbon and playing cards. While hunting the illusive nine of diamonds, they casually dissect capitalism, sea-lions, western culture, fishing, genocide, you know... stuff like that.
Their window on the world is one of menace, hilarity, disappointment and improbability, all delivered with a magnificent, high-octane comic brio. Anarchic and surreal, this delightful and confusing satire surprises and provokes in spades... or the nine of diamonds...