It's now our third day in Anglesey, where we're meeting people, finding out more about the area and getting ready to share the month of June with the island in our third NTW Residency. This week we're here with the team from HoiPolloi, who are creating the Hugh Hughes production Things I Forgot I Remembered, and we've been to visit the two show venues - Theatr Fach and Ucheldre Arts Centre - to find out a bit more about how they work and how we can work with them. 

Anglesey is also completely beautiful so we've been getting very excited about that. Now, without further ado, here are some photos (varying in quality) of cool stuff we've seen here: 

The costume store at Theatr Fach: 

A collection of unusual teapots at Ucheldre Centre: 

A beautiful historic church in Holyhead, site of the fort from which the town takes its name (Caergybi translates to English as Holy Fort): 

Some fantastic old shops, also in Holyhead: 

Roads like this with amazing views across to Snowdonia: 

Snowdonia as seen from the Beaumaris sea front: 

We always take it upon ourselves to really research and give an accurate assessment of the food available in a place when we go to visit it. This was no exception, so here we have: Local mussels, Salmon Wellington, classic omelette, egg & chips from a 'caff', chocolate fudge cake and massive hot chocolate. Anglesey does good food. 

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