L to R: Shanaz Gulzar (digital associate), Sudhar Buchar (writer), Sapan Saran (writer), Sameera Iyengar (artistic director, Junoon Theatre) & Kully Thiarai (director), some of the Sisters creative team, in a rehearsal room in Cardiff
- Source:Dan Green / National Theatre Wales
National Theatre Wales presents:
National Theatre Wales’ 2018 season will be a series of work, performed all over Wales and online, on the theme of People & Places, and is Artistic Director Kully Thiarai’s first full programme of work for the company.
Click on the links below to find out more about each production. As Kully says; “We’re inviting audiences to join us in locations across Wales and take a moment to walk in others' shoes, be they south Asian women or migrants from all over the world, NHS staff or patients past and present.
“These productions will be experimental, political, diverse and provocative. All of them will explore the human condition, what effect places have on our identities, and our impressions of others’ identities. So join us next year for this exciting new season of work, and see Wales, the world and its people through fresh eyes.”
Inspired by the People & Places theme, we commissioned a series of portraits by photographer Dan Green to illustrate the season. You’ll find information about who's who and where at the foot of each show page.
Our 2018 Season includes:
STORM.1: Nothing Remains the Same
STORM.2: Things Come Apart
NHS70: Splish Splash
NHS70: Love Letters to the NHS
NHS70: Good Health (Working Title)
NHS70: Laughter is the Best Medicine
NHS70: As Long as the Heart Beats
The Tide Whisperer
Image: NTW's Artistic Director Kully Thiarai, on the beach in Tenby, Pembrokeshire
Credit: Dan Green / National Theatre Wales
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