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Comment by Theatr Wildcats on October 4, 2011 at 12:30
This is a self-devised multi-media piece, incorporating live performance, film and poetry. The group have used these mediums to convey a sense of the issues surrounding loss and belonging. Their work has been recorded and reflected by writer Graham Hartill, who will be reading some of the resulting poetry at the performances. Theatr Wildcats is a Powys People First Project. Powys People First aim to support people with learning disabilities to speak up about issues which are important to them. Call 01874 622 240 for more details

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