A region known for its gorgeous scenery and breath-taking nature, North Wales attractions are always highlighting exactly what makes it so special. This November the 1st, bring out the blanket and prepare for a fantastic display of theatre in the countryside.
Mold is one of the most revered rural areas in the northern area and is always a regular destination for those eager to uncover the beauty of north Wales. With its rich, steeped history, it is little surprise that you’ll often find a dramatic performance or two at the Clwyd Theatr Cymru. This time round, they’re putting on their usually bravado-filled shows with a twist.
With their focus being on new and experimental theatre, the event is curated by Dirty Protest: a contemporary and exciting company from Cardiff who thrive on the lo-fi. Combine this with a renowned writing collective who have exhibited at the Latitude Festival and you have a recipe for success.
Measuring in at twenty minutes per performance, these rapid-fire plays are ideal for newcomers to the art with each holding their own unique message and entertainment value. Established names in the local community who deserve to be transported onto a bigger stage will revel in the event and are sure to delight anyone lucky enough to watch.
An antidote to the unkind winter weather, feel free to bring along your own picnic hamper or you can just pick up one from the organisers – a great example of audience participation.
Tickets are a mere £3 which is a tiny sum compared to what you’ll get out of it. A day’s worth of fantastic drama, food and fun for the whole family with a pre-made picnic costing just £5.
Whatever your favourite genre, you’re bound to find it within the array of performances on show at this enchanting Clwyd Theatr Cymru production.