a life and death tale of farmers, fertilisers and fairies, with a Shakespearean twist
What an honour that on 29 April Sherman Theatre Cardiff staged a script-in-hand performance of my play Damselfly about water pollution and the loss of precious wildlife, through one Welsh woman’s fight to halt a polluting intensive chicken farm, with help from natural and supernatural forces. There was a heart-warming response from the audience both during the performance and at the Q+A afterwards. Huge thanks to director Bethan Morgan, and actors Ellen Jane Thomas, Tom Mumford, and Lisa Zahra, for taking the play from page to stage. Especial thanks to Branwen Davies and the Sherman Literary Department for believing in me and my work.
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