The Creative Team
Writer & director D J Britton
Composer and Musician Andy Tamlyn Jones
Designer Bethany Seddon
Welsh translation Jon Gower
Puppet master Benjamin Ho
Production manager Sarah Morgan
Assistant Stage Manager Isobel Howe
Artistic consultant Philip Mackenzie
Script advisor Jasmine Metcalfe
Creative technicians Andrew Knight, Wyn Fellowes, Erich Talbot
Benjamin Ho was born and raised in Singapore. He is artistic director of Paper Monkey Theatre in Singapore. His work has been seen internationally in Kenya, Thailand, Austria, and he is best known in Singapore as an adventurous puppeteer and innovative theatre-maker. Among his best-known works are Journey West and Mama Looking for Her Cat.
Andy Tamlyn Jones
Andy Tamlyn Jones was born and raised in Swansea. He is best known for his work as singer-songwriter with the folk band Boys from the Hill and Welsh pipe band Pibau Bach. Recent work includes The Brythonnics Project in L’Orient, Brittany and as composer/musician for the theatre production Secret of Belonging.
He has recently composed and recorded music for Catch the Echoes for Margam Park and the Tawe River projects.
Andy composed music especially for the performance and will perform it live throughout the tour.
Writer & Director
D.J.Britton is Director of Creative Writing at Swansea University. He came to Wales from Australia, where his stage plays won several major awards. His broadcast work features regularly on the BBC. Recent stage plays in Wales include The Wizard the Goat and the Man Who Won the War, and Silverglass.
Bethany Seddon is from Newport. A freelance, she trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Recent projects include: Romeo and Juliet for Sherman Cymru, My Perfect World for Welsh National Opera Youth & Community and Othello for Oxford School of Drama. She worked with D.J. Britton on To Live to Love to Be.
Sarah Morgan is a core member of Theatr Cadair. She lives in Swansea and trained in technical theatre and stage management at Swansea Metropolitan University. Recent work includes: The Wizard the Goat and the Man Who Won the War and Silverglass for Theatr Cadair, Skyhawk and The Hub for Cymru Theatr Clwyd and Adain Avion for Taliesin Arts Centre.
Jasmine Metcalfe has been blind since birth. She was educated at both mainstream State schools and then at a school for the blind. She is a second year student in the College of Arts and Humanities at Swansea University.
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