peeling by Kaite O’Reilly
An award winning play from an award winning theatre company, in a co- production with Chapter & The Riverfront, Newport
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March tour dates:
Click for 8th & 9th The Riverfront Newport 01633 656679
BSL interpreted post show Q & A on 8th March featuring Kaite O’Reilly, Elise Davison & cast.
Pre show International Women’s Day celebrations. Check with venue.
Click for 13th Redhouse, Merthyr Tydfil 01685 384111
Click for 14th Theatr Brycheiniog 01874 611 622
BSL interpreted post show Q & A on March 14th. Interpreter Lianne Lusty
Click for 19th & 20th Theatr Clwyd, Mold 01352 701521
BSL interpreted post show Q & A on 19th March featuring Kaite O’Reilly & cast.
Click for 21st Park & Dare, Treorchy 03000 040444
Click for 23rd Y Galeri, Caernarfon 01286 685222
Click for 26th Aberystwyth Arts Centre 01970 623232
BSL interpreted post show Q & A on 26th March featuring Kaite O’Reilly & cast. Interpreter Fiona Morgan
Click for 27th Torch, Milford Haven 01646 695267
Click for 28th The Borough, Abergavenny 01873 850 805
Click for 29th Blackwood Miner’s Institute 01495 227206
BSL interpreted post show Q & A on 29th March
April tour dates:
Click for 2nd Pontardawe Arts Centre 01792 863722
Pre show director’s talk with Elise Davison plus post show Q & A (BSL interpreted) on 2nd April
Click for 10th Y Ffwrnes, Llanelli 0345 2263510
BSL interpreted post show Q & A on 10th April
Click for 30th April – 4th May Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff 02920 304400
BSL interpreted post show Q & As on 2nd May (matinee) & 3rd April (evening)
“The main characters of peeling are the chorus in a war play which rages around and often hilariously in spite of them. Insults, recipes and stories are shared about mothers and children and why we never seem to remember our hard-learned lessons of war. I am thrilled that Taking Flight and this glorious cast of women will be bringing to life peeling once again” Kaite O’Reilly.
Taking Flight are working with a creative company of over 30 women in Wales, many of whom identify as D/deaf or disabled. peeling features a mentoring project where people who identify as D/deaf or disabled & female are shadowing creative professionals on the production, giving a unique insight into a career in the arts, increasing confidence & sharing new skills. If you’d like to know more about this, or any other aspect of the project, please email firstname.lastname@example.org