chwedl a chân
Next Performances. 19th September (Bromyard, Herefordshire). 21st September (Little Wenlock, Shropshire.)
One of the greatest myths of Celtic mythology, this ancient Welsh story has an intimate relationship with the landscape where it is set as well as the landscape of the human soul. It is a story of magical transformation, extreme characters, wildness, fury and longing. The story has a different shape to it than many other stories and is rooted in a deep dream logic that still talks to us directly many centuries after its composition. This version is performed with the singer and composer Pauline Down and was premiered at the 2017 Festival at the Edge, where it was given a standing ovation and then Harlech castle (where parts of the story are set) with Beyond the Border.
The show is very low tech and suitable for festivals, clubs, small scale touring and house concerts. The show is available as a CD and mp3 download.
Click here to buy the CD of mp3 of the whole show.