CHRIS HOWELL's Blog – January 2015 Archive (3)

Y Tŵr Canolfan Gelfyddydau Chapter Ionawr 30, 2015

ARDDERCHOG YN UNRHYW IAITH

 

Mae'r gofyniad o ddrama un act yw y dylai fod o leiaf yn cael celf ddramatig da. Adfywiad Aled Pedrick o Gwenlyn Parry glasur Y Tŵr yn gampwaith o fynegiant dramatig a llenyddol. Gyfrwys gyr ei fod yn amlwg ennyn diddordeb a fwriadwyd ac ymateb emosiynol gan gynulleidfa a gafodd ei swyno o'r dechrau i'r diwedd.

 

Catherine Ayers a Steffan Donnelly yn hudol wrth i'r cwpl mynd drwy daith bywyd, ond yr hyn a wnaeth o'n blaenau wrth iddynt…

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Added by CHRIS HOWELL on January 30, 2015 at 20:40 — 1 Comment

The Tower Chapter Arts Centre 30 January 2015

EXCELLENT IN ANY LANGUAGE



The requirement of a one act play is that it should at least be good

dramatic art. Aled Pedrick’s revival of Gwenlyn Parry’s classic The

Tower is a masterpiece of dramatic and literary expression. Cunningly

wrought it visibly provoked the intended interest and emotional response

 from an audience that was captivated from beginning to end.



Catherine Ayers and Steffan Donnelly are mesmerising as the couple going

 through…

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Added by CHRIS HOWELL on January 30, 2015 at 20:14 — No Comments

NO PLACE FOR TOM

The Wales Theatre Awards’ shortlist has been announced and there is no place for Tom – A Story of Tom Jones. Have those responsible for deciding the shortlist got it wrong?

All over Wales critics have had their say and our neighbours in England too have had an input. Let’s also not forget the audiences’ feedback which is arguably the most important. Are they all wrong and the caucus of critics that make the decisions right?

 

I KNOW WHAT I AND OTHERS THINK, WHAT DO YOU…

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Added by CHRIS HOWELL on January 20, 2015 at 9:32 — No Comments

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