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Land of Our Fathers returns to London
Welsh mining drama Land of Our Fathers will return to London for a limited two week run at Found 111, a new venue at the former Central Saint Martins School of Art on Charing Cross Road, from 8 to 19 March 2016, with an official opening on 10 March.
The production is directed by Paul Robinson with set design by Signe Beckman, lighting by Hartley T A Kemp and sound by Simon Slater. Cast includes Cornelius Booth, John Cording, Tomos Eames, Taylor Jay-Davies, Robert Jezek and Joshua Price.
Synopis: "It’s May 1979 in South Wales. Thatcher is counting her votes, Sid Vicious is spinning in his grave and six Welsh miners are trapped down a coal mine. As the men await their rescue, secrets emerge and accusations fly. Within two weeks, everything they believe in and everything they know will have changed."
The play has already enjoyed two critically-acclaimed runs in London (at Theatre503 in 2013 and Trafalgar Studios 2 in 2014), as well as a UK tour. The producers are Theatre503, Tara Finney Productions and Wales Millennium Centre, in association with jagged fence theatre.