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ABERYSTWYTH ARTS CENTRE Mae Gareth J Bale yn ailgyflwyno rôl ‘Grav’ yn y sioe un-dyn wych hon sy’n ystyried bywyd ac amseroedd un o hoff feibion Cymru, Ray Gravell.

Yn adnabyddus i bawb am ei gampau anhygoel ar y maes rygbi, ‘roedd Grav yn llawer mwy na hynny: actor, eicon diwylliannol, tad, gŵr, dyn gyda bywyd oedd yn llawn straeon sy’n haeddu cael eu clywed unwaith eto.
Gareth J Bale reprises the role of ‘Grav’ in this remarkable one-man show exploring the life and times of one of Wales’ most loved sons, Ray Gravell.

Known to millions for his legendary exploits on the rugby field, Grav was and is so much more than that. An actor, a cultural icon, a father, a husband, a man with a life packed full of stories that deserve to be heard once more.
Cafodd y cynhyrchiad ei berfformio ar gyfer carfan rygbi Cymru yn ddiweddar cyn eu gêm yn erbyn Lloegr!

The production was performed for the Welsh rugby team recently, ahead of their match against England!

Adolygiadau | Reviews

“...fitting tribute to the rugby legend... Writer Owen Thomas has penned a beautifully lyrical script” Western Mail

“In this extraordinary and wonderful one-man play Gareth (John) Bale shows us he has as masterly a grasp of the art of theatre as his namesake, Gareth Bale, has of the art of international football.” Theatre In Wales

“This is an incredibly moving tale. Bale’s performance is exceptional and he keeps the audience enthralled right up to the very end." Daily Post

“Grav was a great friend, everybody loved him and tonight you captured him brilliantly. Very funny and exceptionally moving. I could sit through it again.” Sir Gareth Edwards

“Gareth Bale’s performance is brilliant, and he holds the audience right up until the last word.” Buzz Magazine
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