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The Garden of Llangoed
A rambling Elizabethan house by the treacherous coast of Northern Anglesea. Late Autumn, roses dew-heavy in the garden, a deep bell rings in Penmon lighthouse, the dusty dovecot settles to sleep. In a book filled parlour Jane Burnett and William Lloyd, old companions both, listen to Radio Cymru in the firelight. What brought this taciturn Welsh gardener to share his twilight with Jane, an English rose folded in brittle paper from a bygone age, both kissed by long ago summers? Trace their fated footsteps through the wild garden of Llangoed in this extraordinary romance from Ade Morris.
Archive :: production:T1164112014, play:S1489768417, venue:V1001
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