SGRATSH SUL


Showcasing new theatre work in development.

Want to enjoy exclusive test readings and showings before the production hits the stage?

Our informal Sgratsh events are a chance to see our phenomenal artists present new work whilst still in stages of development. It’s theatre in it’s most rough and ready form so you can chip in with your thoughts if you feel like it.

We’ll be hosting these events every couple of months.

Sign up for our Sgratsh Sunday events and we’ll let you know when the events become available to book.

You can also check this page for the latest information about which productions we’ll be sharing.

It’s never been easier to get involved, simply register your email address here:



Or you can call 01248 715048.

FAQs

Where will these events take place

• Currently we can only host live digital events so these will take place on specific platforms relevant to each showing. Our first events are taking place on Zoom.
• When we are allowed to welcome audience through our doors, the events will take place in various venues across North West Wales.

Who can attend the Sgratsh events?

• You have to register as a Sgratsh member to attend the showings – once you register you will be first in line when the tickets become available.

I have registered for Sgratsh, so how do I collect my tickets?

• We’ll provide instructions on an event by event basis. We’re currently only allowed to host digital events so we will email you a private link for these.

• When we host live events in specific venues you will be provided with e-tickets.



Next up

DIWRNOD ARALL: Sunday 25 April, 4pm

Join us for a glimpse into the development of this electrifying combination of live theatre and pop music by Casi Wyn and Gethin Evans.

Exploring the quest for Welsh independence, this piece brings Wales’ tempestuous past to life through the story of a mother and her inquisitive child.

Old values are questioned and impulses for rebirth and change become impossible to ignore as they ask – if Wales was given the opportunity to be independent, would it really take it? And if it did, what kind of place would we want it to be?

The inspiration came on from a bus journey back from Manchester when members of the Fran Wen Young Company were ignited to start a chant about Welsh independence.

In association with Jukebox Collective and supported by Sherman Theatre. A Welsh language event.