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It’s May Day, and a group of misfit children are specially chosen to close the day’s festivities; but as they gather together in uniform to rehearse the village anthem, all is not well. Tubbsy’s hiding a cat in his bag; Deirdre-May’s grieving her Nanna and Mark’s turned up as Stegosaurus.
As the rehearsal breaks down, they soon begin to suspect that they’ve been chosen for a far darker purpose...
Heritage is a blistering black comedy with music that explores the darker side of nationalism.
Dafydd James is an award-winning writer, composer and performer, working in both English and Welsh. He trained in the Lecoq pedagogy and holds a Ph.D in Theatre Studies from Warwick University.
His work includes The Village Social (National Theatre Wales); Llwyth (Theatr Genedlaethol/ Sherman Cymru; Wales Theatre Critics Award) and My Name is Sue (Dafydd James & Company Total Theatre Award). He also writes for Gwaith/Cartref, winner of a Celtic Media Award for Best Drama Series. He recently performed My Name is Sue at Edinburgh and its sequel – Sue: The Second Coming will tour the UK over Christmas 2013. He currently has commissions with BBC Radio 3, National Theatre Wales, Sherman Cymru and Fiction Factory.
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|My Son Pinocchio||Berzerk Box Office|
|Blood Brothers||Berzerk Box Office|
|Teechers||Berzerk Box Office|
|Gummidge||Berzerk Box Office|
|NT Connections||Bristol Old Vic Box Office|
|I'm Spilling My Heart Out Here||Berzerk Box Office|
|Beauty And The Beast Jr.||Berzerk Box Office|
|Too Fast||Woodley Theatre Box Office|
|Doors||Woodley Theatre Box Office|
|Disney's Jungle Book||Leighton Park|
|House Of Horrors||n/a|
|Cloud Busting||Oxford Playhouse|
|Once Upon A Time||Readinginfo.co.uk|
|Alice In Wonderland||Readinginfo.co.uk|
|Dirty Dirty Princess, The Egg Bath||The Egg Box Office|
|Dirty Dirty Princess, The Oakwood Centre, Woodley||Readinginfo.co.uk|