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THE GARDEN OF LLANGOED
I Dreamt Dwelt In Marble halls (2002) by Ade Morris
“I adored this play, I laughed out loud and was moved to tears…I wanted to fight and I longed for its love..I lived at least one lifetime in two and a half hours." BBCiBristol
Written by Ade Morris
Designed by Libby Watson
Lighting By Lawrence T Doyle
Tue 13 September 2005 - Sat 17 September 2005
Tuesday to Friday at 7.30pm
Thursday matinée at 2.30pm
Saturday performances at 1.30pm and 6.30pm
A rambling Elizabethan house on the rugged coast of North Anglesey. An evening in late Autumn, roses hanging heavy in the old garden, a mournful bell rings at Penmon lighthouse, the Priory dovecot settles to sleep. In the cosy parlour an old lady and her companion listen to Radio Cymru in the firelight, bound by an unbreakable bond.
What brought a dour Welsh gardener to share his twilight with an English rose from a bygone age, both kissed by unforgettable summers? What happened in this haunting place to give their past such power? Follow their footsteps through the wild dog-daisies in the garden of Llangoed.
Tickets from £10 to £19
For more information about The Garden of Llangoed click here
This production will tour to villages, arts centres and regional theatres from 19 September to 29 October. To book a performance of one of The Watermill touring productions for your venue please contact Caro McKay on 01608 650984
Talkback after the show:
Friday 16 September