Catrin Fflur Huws
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  • Hayley Addis
  • Rick Yale
  • Tracey Goddard
  • James Baker
  • Rob Stradling
  • Rhian Lewis
  • Emma-Jayne John
  • nigel streeter
  • Jeremy Linnell
  • Rowena Louise Bernice Scurlock
  • Josh Coles-Riley
  • Ceri Owain Murphy
  • Andy Evans
  • jo munton-vagabondi puppets
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What I do:
Sgwennu dramau/I write plays "I don't go to the theatre to learn about you. I go to thea theatre to learn abut me"
A little more about me:
Awdur 'To Kill a Machine' drama am fywyd a gwaith y methemategydd Alan Turing - ar daith yn 2015
Wrthi'n gweithio ar hyn o bryd ar ddrama am dylwyth teg yn Gymraeg, drama arswyd ar gyfer grwp theatr cymunedol, ynghyd s nifer o bethau eraill

Author of To Kill a Machine - a play about the work of Alan Turing on tour in 2015
. Currently working on a play about fairies and changeling children, a horror play for a community theatre group and lots of other things
Projects I’m working on:
To Kill A Machine - tour for 2015
Plentyn y Tylwyth
The Only Punk Rock Noodle Bar in the West
Last night at the London Palladium
The Misdirection of Holly Palantain
Ceri a Han (placeholder title)
Glyndwr Michael (placeholder title)

Catrin Fflur Huws's Blog

To Kill A Machine - coming to a venue near you

Well the first two performances of To Kill A Machine have been fantastic - the cast (Rick Yale, Gwydion Rhys, Robert Harper and Francois Pandolfo) are superb under Angharad Lee's direction. It's also a very timely piece - it's important to remember how bad injustice is, so if you do fancy a night out at the theatre, do come and see To Kill A Machine as it tours Wales - details are on the website

Posted on May 8, 2015 at 8:43

gweithdy theatr ddogfen am ddim/Free documentary theatre workshop

Ar Dachwedd 19 o 3yh tan 6yh, bydd cyfarwyddwr artistig Theatr Arad goch yn cynnal gweithdy theatre fel rhan o wyl Being Human yr AHRC.

Bydd y gweithdy yn cychwyn efo theatre ferbatim h.y. drwy gyflwyno fersiwn wedi ei olygu o ddeunydd dogfennol, yn yr achos hwn adroddiad (dwyieithog) o achos adolygiad barnwrol gan y Comisiynydd Iaith yn erbyn National Savings and Investments.

Ail ran y sesiwn fydd ymryson, gan rai o fyfyrwyr uwchraddedig yr adran sydd yn dilyn y modiwl Interpretation… Continue

Posted on November 7, 2014 at 15:00

DGW14: Last Night at the London Palladium

A scrap book of inspirations:


One man in his time plays many parts.

Girls' orthopaedic ward, Alder Hey Children's hospital, March 1991

Goody Whemper (May-she-rest-in-piece)

Giorgio Moroder

A photograph of Aberystwyth police yard, late nineteenth century

A hotel room in Staffordshire

The School  Performance Information (Wales) Regulations 2011

Y Lle Celf, Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Sir Ddinbych, 2013


I know where I…


Posted on October 7, 2014 at 11:00

Theatr Lled-Wirioneddol

Ar hyn o bryd, rwy'n ceisio datblygu prosiect theatr lled-wirioneddol, hynny yw, mae'n cynnwys elfennau o theatr verbatim, ond hefyd elfennau dychmygus hefyd, drwy ddychmygu sut byddai'r sgyrsiau wedi digwydd? Yn naturiol mae hyn yn anodd efo pobol sydd yn bodoli yn y byd go iawn, gan fod angen i'r portread fod yn un realistig, ond hefyd un nad yw'n enllibus - tricky. O, ac er mwyn cymhlethu pethau mae e'n ddwyieithog. Oes gan unrhyw un unrhyw brofiadau o weithio ar theatr ferbatim?

Posted on May 20, 2014 at 12:44 — 2 Comments

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At 8:38 on October 17, 2015, Jemma Stacey said…
Hello Catrin, thanks for your message. It was great to here what you wrote as well :) hopefully I can here/ see some more. Great to meet you too.
At 8:53 on April 16, 2015, Rick Yale said…
Thank you Catrin! Can't wait to get started. See you soon.
At 11:17 on December 9, 2014, Sion Pritchard said…
Dyla chdi di deud helo!! Da ni yn y Soho dan yr 21ain. Gobeithio dangos bod ysgrifennwyr penigamp yng Nghymru.
At 20:25 on December 8, 2014, Sion Pritchard said…
Diolch Catrin! Neis gweld gwynebau cyfarwydd ond well byth clywed chwerth!! Falch bo chdi di mwynhau a diolch am ddod! Dolig Llawan! X
At 10:51 on October 6, 2014, Catherine Paskell said…

Thanks Catrin, you're confirmed 11am and 11.30am for surgeries x

At 9:29 on October 10, 2013, nigel streeter said…

Hello Catrin,

I hope you are well and happy to accept your friend request.

Yes please, happy for you to send me anything you think appropriate. We have chosen our first script for a short film that was originally written for me and a friend as a two hander but I have now revised and expanded it a bit. But we are definitely looking for interesting things to do for next year.

We area also trying to get into some educational and more issues based projects fairly soon as well. So we are going to be of and running soon to see what we can produce.

You can send them to my personal e-mail at ....and/or

Best Wishes  Nigel


At 16:46 on September 24, 2013, nigel streeter said…

Hello Catrin,

Thank you for this. Best of luck with it.

I was asking as I have instigated the setting up of a new film production group in the Vale of Glamorgan called 'Croeso Creatives' and I am always looking for scripts that we can have a look at. We have only been going a few months but we are making what they call 'slow but steady progress'...onwards and upwards eh!

Best Wishes   Nigel

At 12:57 on September 24, 2013, nigel streeter said…

Hello Catrin,

Is your script 'To Kill a Machine' meant for film or stage?

Regards   Nigel

At 12:55 on July 18, 2013, Rowena Louise Bernice Scurlock said…

Hi Catrin the file you uploaded wouldn't let me open it, if you could send it to I'll be more thatn happy to read it.

At 9:07 on July 13, 2013, Rowena Louise Bernice Scurlock said…

Hello Catrin,

Thank you for joining LeftField Theatre, I've looked on your profile and your play 'To Kill a Machine' sounds fascinating. I was wondering how far are you in the writing process for it? Is it finished? Would it be possible for us to have a look at it? If so email a copy to

Thank you,




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