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Details"Going somewhere are we? Anywhere nice? I hear Thailand's lovely. Here, now don't you worry about those two while you're away, alright? I'll look after your girls. And when you go this time, do us a favour will you? Just stay. Stay there."
Pontypool, South Wales. Shane has built a good life for himself in the Williams' household. He sells drugs from the flat, his young girlfriend Stephanie is pregnant and her mother has become the mother he never had. On the eve of Stephanie's twenty-first birthday, Noah Williams returns home for the first time in a decade. Battered and bloodied, he arrives to find his sister pregnant and his brother Adam confined to the shadows as his fragile mother papers over the cracks. Everything about Shane appals him, but does he have a right to reclaim the family he abandoned? Written by Welsh actor Matthew Trevannion, Bruised is a fierce, funny and beautiful play about family, courage and the legacy of violence.Performers Sara Harris Davies (Wendy), Bethan Witcomb (Stephanie), Sion Pritchard (Noah), Simon Nehan (Shane), Rhys Wadley (Adam), Kristian Phillips (Lugs).
Author Matthew Trevannion. Producer Clwyd Theatre Cymru. Director Kate Wasserberg. Design Max Jones.
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