Ned has arrived home in west Wales from the battlefield. But his recent experiences in the Iraq war have left deep scars; some visible, and others – the deepest – invisible.
This is a new, heart-rending play examining the effects of traumatic events on a Welsh soldier, as he and his family try to come to terms with horrific events from his past and the new challenges facing him.
In an eternal story about love and belonging, will the bonds of love and family overcome the bullet and the bomb?
The winner of the Drama Medal Competition at the Anglesey National Eisteddfod 2017.
With the support of Gwenlyn Parry’s Literary Estate and the Hugh Griffith Memorial Fund
Please note that this is a Welsh-language production. English-language synopsis available at the door. Performances will take place at Theatr y Maes (also known as Rehearsal Room 3), Wales Millennium Centre. Please note that the running time of this production is 1 hour, thus allowing plenty of time to attend a later concert / performance with a start time of 19:30 or later.
Please note that loud, sudden sounds are used in this production.