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Aberystwyth Arts Centre The Wolf Tattoo 7:45pm, 3 - 4 July / Gorffennaf     

Aberystwyth Arts Centre
The Wolf Tattoo
7:45pm, 3 - 4 July / Gorffennaf
 Company of Sirens catapults its audience into a cacophony of feral adolescence angst with award winning playwright Lucy Gough’s brilliant new play The Wolf Tattoo which will be touring to Aberystwyth Arts Centre on 3-4 July.

The Wolf Tattoo transports us to a dystopian future where we find Graf and Rose who are seventeen and in love. She is pregnant and he is part of a gang that pack at night out on the concrete wasteland, dressed in real wolf skins.

Language and morals are breaking down and survival is a struggle.

'If I walk out of here without my skin on. If I walk out of here without belonging to a pack I am just dead meat. '.

The Wolf Tattoo is a portrait of life, liberty, and the pursuit of love set against a background of a human jungle. Company of Sirens welcome a young cast of exceptional performers Gwydion Rhys (Graf) Sarran Morgan (Rose) Non Haf (Ash) Jarrad Ellis Thomas (Shenk) and John Rowley of goodcopbadcop, Forced Entertainment and Brith Gof.

Chris Durnall and Company of Sirens
Chris is a theatre director and founder of Company of Sirens. For eight years he was Artistic Director of Theatr Ffynnon and has directed up to seventy productions as a freelancer and acting teacher. In 2018 he was nominated for best director at the Wales Theatre Awards for his production of the Nether by Jennifer Hailey and has produced and directed much new writing, classic and devised work and large scale community dramas. Company of Sirens productions have included Welsh premiers of Tender Napalm, Mercury Fur and Dark Vanilla Jungle (all by Philip Ridley) The Censor and Stitching by Anthony Neilson, Troyanne by Ian Rowlands Sean Tyrone by Mark Ryan and The Nether by Jennifer Hailey.

Lucy Gough
Lucy has been awarded a Creative Wales Award to explore the role of the writer in Physical theatre and a Granada Artists Award (California). She was also a finalist for the BBC Wales Writer of the Year Award, the BBC Wales Drama Award and the Nick Darke Award. She has written extensively for Theatre, Television and Radio

Tickets for The Wolf Tattoo are available from the Arts Centre Box Office on 01970 62 32 32 or online at
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