ANWELEDIG


Aled Jones Williams’ gripping drama about a woman’s intense battle with depression.

Healing is messy…

A powerful and harrowing Welsh language production that follows the journey of Glenda, played by Ffion Dafis, as she struggles to deal with this invisible illness.

We follow Glenda’s fiercely personal anguish as she confronts the illness and faces life outside of hospital. How will she, her family and friends deal with the traumatic reality of recovery? Will she find light at the end of the tunnel?

This final instalment brings closure to the Anweledig series inspired by medical records from the old Denbigh mental health hospital in North Wales.


CAST: Ffion Dafis
DIRECTOR: Sara Lloyd
AUTHOR: Aled Jones Williams

Tour (general tour dates)

19/02/2019
7:30pm
Pontio, Bangor
01248 382828
20/02/2019
12:30pm
Pontio, Bangor
01248 382828
21/02/2019
7.30pm
Pontio, Bangor
01248 382828
22/02/2018
7.30pm
Pontio, Bangor
01248 382828
05/03/2019
7.30pm
Aberystwyth Arts Centre
01970 623232
06/03/2019
7.30pm
Aberystwyth Arts Centre
01970 623232
07/03/2019
10am
Aberystwyth Arts Centre
01970 623232
08/03/2019
7.30pm
Aberystwyth Arts Centre
01970 623232
12/03/2019
10am
Sherman Theatre, Cardiff
029 2064 6900
12/03/2019
7pm
Sherman Theatre, Cardiff
029 2064 6900
13/03/2019
7pm
Sherman Theatre, Cardiff
029 2064 6900
18/03/2019
7.30pm
Y Ffwrnes, Llanelli
0845 2263510
19/03/2019
7.30pm
Y Ffwrnes, Llanelli
0845 2263510
20/03/2019
7.30pm
Y Ffwrnes, Llanelli
0845 2263510
21/03/2019
10am
Y Ffwrnes, Llanelli
0845 2263510
26/03/2019
12.30pm
Stiwt, Rhosllanerchugog
01978 841300
26/03/2019
7.30pm
Stiwt, Rhosllanerchugog
01978 841300
27/03/2019
7.30pm
Stiwt, Rhosllanerchugog
01978 841300

Map of tour venues

Pontio Arts and Innovation Centre, Deiniol Road, Bangor, UK

7:30pm

Pontio Arts and Innovation Centre, Deiniol Road, Bangor, UK

12:30pm

Pontio Arts and Innovation Centre, Deiniol Road, Bangor, UK

7.30pm

Pontio Arts and Innovation Centre, Deiniol Road, Bangor, UK

7.30pm

Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Aberystwyth, UK

7.30pm

Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Aberystwyth, UK

7.30pm

Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Aberystwyth, UK

10am

Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Aberystwyth, UK

7.30pm

Sherman Theatre, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff, UK

10am

Sherman Theatre, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff, UK

7pm

Sherman Theatre, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff, UK

7pm

Ffwrnes, Park Street, Llanelli, UK

7.30pm

Ffwrnes, Park Street, Llanelli, UK

7.30pm

Ffwrnes, Park Street, Llanelli, UK

7.30pm

Ffwrnes, Park Street, Llanelli, UK

10am

Stiwt Theatre, Broad Street, Rhosllanerchrugog, Wrexham, UK

12.30pm

Stiwt Theatre, Broad Street, Rhosllanerchrugog, Wrexham, UK

7.30pm

Stiwt Theatre, Broad Street, Rhosllanerchrugog, Wrexham, UK

7.30pm

Reviews

The highlight of the National Eisteddfod in Denbigh.

Lowri Haf Cooke, theatre critic.

…this is the most gripping and thrilling story I have heard in a long time - if ever maybe.

Elinor Gwynn discussing Anweledig's first instalment on BBC Radio Cymru (13/07/14).

Gallery

Trailer

ANWELEDIG TIME LINE

2012
January: Commission Aled Jones-Williams to write Act I.

2013
August: Perform monologe Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Dinbych.

2014
July: National tour of Anweledig: Act 1.

2015
January: Commission Aled Jones-Williams to write part Act 2.

2016
September: Development stage of Act 2.
October: Preview ‘work in progress’ showing of Anweledig: Act 2.

2018
August: New interpretation of Anweledig: Act 1 at the Eisteddfod Genedlaethol in Cardiff.

2019
Spring: National tour of Anweledig: Act 1 & 2.