Time: August 14, 2018 at 7:30pm to August 18, 2018 at 9pm
Location: World of Boats
Street: Porth Teigr Way
City/Town: Cardiff Bay
Website or Map: https://www.ticketsource.co.u…
Event Type: theatre, play, new, writing
Organized By: Steve Bennett
Latest Activity: Jul 30
Allan Neve’s series of monologues from a father and daughter tells a familiar, gently heart-wrenching tale of impermanence, guilt, and duty. Set in a Cornish fishing village fighting the relentless tide of time, the ocean feeds memories of the home - and relationship - they once had. It’s not easy to make the right choices when the past keeps pulling you in.
Performed by Keiron Self (Lightspeed from Pembroke Dock, Dirty Protest Theatre, The Wind in the Willows, Sherman Theatre and My Family.) and Georgia Theodoulou (It's The End of the World As We Know It, Dirty Protest Theatre and ExHumans, Amazon Prime Series), with direction from Matthew Holmquist (The River by Jez Butterworth with Red Oak Theatre at Loko Club, Bristol and Blue Stockings by Jessica Swale with Sherman Players at Sherman Theatre, Cardiff), this site-specific play will be performed against a backdrop of the sea at dusk.
World of Boats, Porth Teigr Way, CF10 4GA is a 40 minute walk from Cardiff Central. Baycar, Route 6 goes to Porth Teigr just outside the venue on the Cardiff Bus service. There are direct trains from Cardiff Queen street to Cardiff Bay station that go every 10-15 minutes and take 4 minutes, there’s then a 20 minute walk from Cardiff Bay Station to the venue. Finally there is free parking on Harbour Drive (CF10 4PA) by the Norwegian church after 6pm.
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