Glyndwr Edwards's Blog – August 2018 Archive (3)

Graig Du Theatre Players - The Goblin's Chair

During a survey when local people were asked what they would like to see performed by the Graig Du Theatre Players, a surprise awaited the people who collected the information: most of the correspondents were fed up with contemporary drama and wanted to be intrigued by stories that were set in the past. Originality was called for and political views, police stories, contemporary drama of whatever persuasion, were frowned upon. It was, with originality; an obligation of encouraging…


Added by Glyndwr Edwards on August 19, 2018 at 6:26 — No Comments

Graig Du Theatre Players - Painting the Darkness. Opening Scene.



The first scene takes place at Cardiff Arms Park, where Glamorgan are playing Somerset on July 25th 1890, the next scene takes place at Penllergare House, in the library in July, 1892, and the last scene takes place near the North Lodge in October 1893. Downstage, William Dillwyn Llewelyn, wearing cricketing whites, the son of Sir John Dillwyn Llewelyn, stands motionless. He is in his mid-twenties; someone who presents an aloof image to his…


Added by Glyndwr Edwards on August 19, 2018 at 4:23 — 1 Comment

Graig Du Theatre Players - Update

Due to a serious illness I was diagnosed with a year last March, which involved a  number of operations afterwards over many months, my plans for the Graig Du Theatre Players had to be put on temporary hold. The convalescence period has been long and tiring. I appreciate the patience of the members of the players for not hearing from me. The plans will now progress once more. There will be updates with future posts. I continued writing and found it therapeutic. In the next blog that…


Added by Glyndwr Edwards on August 19, 2018 at 4:13 — No Comments

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