Interested in theatre, poetry, short stories, scriptwriting and more?
Want to access a free workshop which will give you an insight into the role of being a
Then, this is for you!
All participants will be able to:
-Access the workshop for free
-And receive discounted tickets for the play.
By Rachael Boulton
South Wales. The night the last factory closed.
Four neighbours build a plane in an allotment and take off down the high street, past the
butchers, past the curry house, and above the chapel in search of a life free from politics and
Blisteringly funny, this heartwarming drama accompanied by live original score and
tantalising visuals is a new adventure from the valleys that makes anything seem possible.
“Comic and celebratory, melodic and mournful, it’s an elegy for a place that’s not dead yet!” –
New York Times Review for Motherlode.
In association with Creu Cymru. Supported by Arts Council of Wales, Bristol Old Vic &
You will take part in a 60 minute writing workshop with Rachel Trezise, Award winning Author
and Script Advisor on Exodus.
During the workshop you will be given an insight into the role of a writer. This workshop will
encourage you as young people to express yourselves, your community and the world
around you. To feel like there’s no “right” way to write so that you can feel empowered and
value what you have to say.
If you have one please bring a laptop, tablet and/or smartphone.
The workshop is limited to 30 places.
Suitable for ages 14+
5:30 – 6:30pm – Workshop
7:30pm – 10pm- Performance
The performance is Supported by Night Out.
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