After three successful tours, Dafydd James’s Llwyth will be making its final trip to Sherman Cymru from Wed 12-Fri 14 Sept. This critically-acclaimed drama, which was a hit at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and The Taipei Arts Festival in Taiwan, is about four gay men on a night out in Cardiff. The play takes a provocative look at manhood, sexual identity and what it means to be Welsh. Llwyth was originally produced by Sherman Cymru in 2010, and due to its overwhelming popularity, it was revived last year to take on another successful tour. Described by The Scotsman as “a play pulsing with energy… a stereotype-busting cultural event”, Llwyth is performed in an “uninhibited torrent of Welsh, English and a gloriously rich Wenglish.” The play also contains English subtitles, enabling everyone the chance to see its final powerful performance.
As Llwyth completes its final few nights, we’re giving you and a friend the chance to see one of the concluding performances. Simply answer the following question for your chance to win and send your answer along with a contact number to firstname.lastname@example.org by Mon 10 Sept.
Q: Where is Llwyth set?