TEAM Social - Opportunity for TEAM members to be the first to see our upcoming show, ‘Tide Whisperer’.

We are excited to announce our next TEAM Social, this time in Pembrokeshire, for our Tenby-based show, ‘Tide Whisperer.’ TEAM members will receive free tickets to the final dress rehearsal and will be invited to join us for live music and an Amnesty International photography exhibition at Sand Bar, Tenby after the show.

An immersive experience written by poet and playwright Louise Wallwein, ‘Tide Whisperer’ will tackle the global phenomenon of displacement and mass movement. Record numbers are on the move all over the world. What is it like to leave your home, and to live with the uncertainty of ever finding another?

The Tide Whisperer is full of stories, forever a nomad, having travelled the oceans and been carried by the tide to fresh new shores. On the shores of Tenby, the people gather. The tide is turning fast and a storm is coming. The future feels uncertain – humanity is on the move and seeking refuge. Will we be met by kindness or rejection; offered sanctuary or forced to survive the perilous, treacherous sea?

The TEAM Social will take place on Wednesday 12th September at 6.30pm, starting from the De Valence Pavilion.

Tickets are for TEAM members only and numbers are limited, so get in touch soon!

If you would like to join us for this amazing show, please email team@nationaltheatrewales.org

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