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Fifty-one years ago, on 1st August 1957, the Parliamentary Bill to drown the valley of Tryweryn, near Bala, and provide a reservoir for Liverpool, received Royal Assent. Local protests were ignored. Thousands had marched in opposition to the scheme, and 35 out of 36 Welsh MPs at Westminster had voted against the Bill. But Capel Celyn village - school, post office, chapel, farms, even the cemetery - was lost forever, and the community destroyed. The imposition of Liverpool CorporationPerformers Rhodri Evan, Wyn Bowen Harries, Iola Hughes, Gwyn Vaughan Jones, Jenny Livsey, Sara Lloyd, Betsan Llwyd, Phil Reid, Dyfan Roberts, Simon Watts, Manon Wilkinson, Dylan Williams.
Author Manon Eames. Corporate Sponsor Warwick International Group. Producer Clwyd Theatr Cymru. Director Tim Baker. Design Max Jones. Costume Debbie Knight. Music Dyfan Jones.
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