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A gay fantasia on Welsh themes set during a rugby international night in Cardiff. Wales lost, but four gay friends are determined to have a night to remember, whatever the cost. Dros Gymru? Dros gyd-ddyn? Neu bawb drosto’i hun? Dafydd James’s Llwyth comes to Edinburgh following a hit tour and takes a bold look at what it means to be Welsh, to belong, to be a man and to love. ‘Startling depth… a powerful, gratifyingly enigmatic play’ ★★★★ (Guardian). ‘Theatre… that changes the artistic landscape of the country that produced it’ ★★★★★ (Buzz). In Welsh with English surtitles.
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Llwyth (Tribe)22 Aug 2011
Overlong play with little to say about contemporary life
Dafydd James’s text deals with issues of home and relationships, of both blood and fraternity, as well as the responsibilities these bring. Thirty-something Welshman living in London returns home to Cardiff and hooks up with his old friends from the gay…
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