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A Welsh family in 1826 is caught between their English employers and the early Trade Union movement. The furnaces, hills and rebellion of Wales are depicted with humour and poignancy in this play of differing people united by mutual love and laughter.Performers Hedydd Dylan, Kai Owen (Idris), Christian Patterson (Tomos Trehearn), Phylip Harries (Dai Probert), Tomos Eames (Mo Jenkins), Crisian Emanuel (Mama), Michael Geary (Iolo Milk), Carwyn Clyn (Jethro), Charlotte Gray (Polly/Mari), Sion Ifan (Iestyn), Victoria John (Mrs Philips), Gwawr Loader (Edwina), Dyfrig Morris (Big Rhys), Simon Nehan (Dada), Elin Phillips (Gwennie Lewis), Sion Pritchard (Dafydd Philips).
Author Alexander Cordell. Producer Clwyd Theatr Cymru. Adapted by Manon Eames. Director Tim Baker. Design Mark Bailey. Music Dyfan Jones. Lighting Nick Beadle.
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