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Water Wars

Drama
Water Wars

Tuesday 31 March - Wednesday 1 April

Park & Dare

Tickets - £12.00
Concessions - £10.00

Online transactions carry a £2.50 booking fee

By Ian Rowlands

presented by Cwmni Pen Productions

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This timely, funny, brand new futuristic drama stars Bethan Ellis Owen (Pobol y Cwm) Dick Bradnum (The Office), Gwyn Vaughan Jones (Rownd a Rownd) and Russel Gomer (Stella).

In our future world, there will be no nations, only ecologies. And ecology starts with the smallest unit of all - family. To what lengths will you go to protect both? Some will sacrifice all, for make no mistake, the Water Wars are coming.

Funny and dark, Water Wars is a play for today about the shape of all our tomorrows.

Age 16+.

Supported by: Arts Council of Wales, RCT Theatres, Menter Iaith RCT, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, The Atrium/University of South Wales, The High Street Social Cafe.


Performances

  • Tuesday 31 March 2020 7:30pm
  • Wednesday 1 April 2020 1:00pm 7:30pm
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