5 edition of Chwalfa found in the catalog.
|Statement||Cyhoeddiadau Modern Cymreig|
|Publishers||Cyhoeddiadau Modern Cymreig|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
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Yes, it was a time of course when the Labour Party was developing. This is quite a challenge for the actor because you must throw your voice more. How much research did you have to do? The chapels influence, a Christian and social influence I would call it, is very strong in it, dyneiddiaeth is very important to him, Christ who looks after the workingman. What are your thoughts on Lord Penrhyn? I went to the community cafe there alone for my lunch every day, opposite Neuadd Ogwen, Caffi Coed y Brenin and met many characters there; it was an inspiration because I knew they were coming to see the drama, they say that the vast percentage of the chwalfa tickets that have been sold are to the people of Bethesda so there is a true feeling for the people of that chwalfa, the spirit of these quarrymen are going to be with us I believe.
What will you take away from this play what will stay with you? AtBangor, until 27 February. I have chwalfa friends in Bethesda, but I just felt it would do me some good to spend time there.
You chwalfa vast experience in working in theatre; how does Pontio compare? Every night has long been sold out, including the additional night; are you feeling the pressure or is it motivation? Great working in the Welsh language again. This comes after months of preparatory work, and many of us — artists, professional theatre workers as well as members of the local community — have worked tirelessly and given so much chwalfa create this exceptional production. Do you have any family connection to the Quarry?
We also wish Pontio every success as they prepare to open their doors and we look forward to visiting the Chwalfa with a wealth of productions in the future. This interview has also been translated from Welsh to English. Photograph: Mark Douet T he University of Bangor owes its existence to the slate workers who pooled their wages to establish a college that might enable their children to have a better life than they had experienced.
I have worked with him many times over the years. All actors choose their own special technique of working, Theatr Genedlaethol at the moment chwalfa using a method called meizner. Chwalfa is a complex production which has meant working crazy amount of hours to get it ready so yes, there is a lot of nervousness about this first night.
There is chwalfa sort of tribute in a sort of a crazy way to that tradition in the play as well. Chwalfa was some sort of split within the party but Edward Ifans belonged to a liberal tradition, and this is long before the days of Plaid Cymru of course. There is an exhibition at Pontio now as a tribute to Theatr Gwynedd. Liberalism was much stronger in the North and David Lloyd George of course, a huge Liberal at the time, was a member of parliament for Caernarfon and before long became the Prime Minister, and I would say that Edward Ifans was much more in the radical tradition of a Welsh Liberal.
Unfortunately it was not possible for us to have assurances that Theatr Bryn Terfel would be ready for us to do so in the New Year.
It may well be true of actors also.
This comes after months of preparatory work, and many of us — artists, professional theatre workers as well as members of the local community — have worked tirelessly and given so much to create this exceptional production.