Croesi traeth... Stories of the past, present and future, dreamt alive on Harlech beach

This summer, Light Ladd & Emberton are working residentially in Harlech, north Wales to create a new large-scale outdoor production on the beach, weaving together stories from the past, present, future. This includes pioneer dancer and leading Suffragette Margaret Morris, film director Roman Polanski, and the archangel St Michael, amongst others.

It is a very, very large R&D supported by lots of partners including Arts Council of Wales, Ty Cerdd, Creu Cymru, Snowdonia National Park, Theatr Ardudwy and Gregynog Festival.

Please come and see the shows! More info on Croesi Traeth/ Crossing a Beach on 1/2 July in Harlech and how to book here: https://gwylgregynogfestival.org/harlech 

And info on the company and our other work here: https://www.lightladdemberton.com/

Please support our crowdfunder if you can - already 25% funded! http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/croesitraeth-crossingabeach 

Diolch o galon, heartfelt thanks.

Eddie Ladd, Gwyn Emberton, Deborah Light and Laura Drane

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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

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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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