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Time: March 28, 2012 from 7pm to 8:15pm
Location: Halliwell Theatre
Street: Trinity St Davids
City/Town: Carmarthen
Website or Map: https://carmarthenshirelyrict…
Phone: 07966 294188
Event Type: play
Organized By: Mess Up The Mess
Latest Activity: Feb 27, 2012

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Andy is a normal teenager. He’s 16, he gets into trouble at school and he wants some extra cash. His twin brother and sister are loveable puppets and his mother lives in a giant box. Their house has a secret that nobody else knows — or if they do, they never talk about it. Social workers are sniffing around, teachers are sticking their noses in and Nan is playing her Playstation. Andy is a normal teenager. Right?

Bethan Marlow’s play explores the reality of families living with addiction.

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Our Theatre lights have lost their shimmer and sparkle with the passing of a true valley legend. Frank Vickery writer, actor , director and dame extraordinaire. RCT Theatres family will miss you . We light our venues in pink tonight in your memory #madeimRCtpic.twitter.com/oyhs22SOUq

Our Theatre lights have lost their shimmer and sparkle with the passing of a true valley legend. Frank Vickery writer, actor , director and dame extraordinaire. RCT Theatres family will miss you . We light our venues in pink tonight in your memory

We are very sad to hear of the passing of one of Wales’ most talented and funniest playwrights, Frank Vickery. A great loss to our Welsh theatre industry. He will be greatly missed.

We are very sad to hear of the passing of one of Wales’ most talented and funniest playwrights, Frank Vickery. A great loss to our Welsh theatre industry. He will be greatly missed.

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