The clock is ticking! As anticipation builds, leading up to hitting the road with this fantastic new performance, we’ve a new trailer snippet to show you featuring enthusiastic audience reviews from the Welsh premieres in Aberystwyth and Beyond the Border Festival –
This is one of Adverse Camber’s most ambitious tours to date, featuring a shining example of Wales’ intoxicating legends, the charming wit of storyteller Michael Harvey, the powerful vocals of singer Lynne Denman and inventive, surprising new music illuminating the beauty and richness of Welsh folk traditions composed by Stacey Blythe and performed on harp, accordion, drums and in song.
We left the theatre spellbound
New Welsh Review
The highlight of the festival… a well deserved standing ovation
Wales Arts Review
Don’t miss your chance to revel in the glorious living landscapes of Wales and the shining night sky, whether in the informal setting of Settle Stories’ new Joinery space, or Live and Local’s village hall venues, or in theatres such as Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, mac Birmingham, Derby LIVE (Derby Folk Festival!), Leeds Carriageworks or Chester’s brand new Storyhouse, as part of their literature festival. And that’s just a selection!
Everything kicks off just up the road from our office base in Cromford, Derbyshire, in 4 weeks time, at Wirksworth Festival on Thursday 14th September – starting time 7pm
Check out the full tour date listings for all the info, please share the trailer to all your friends and look forward to seeing you there! Come and say hello!
Dreaming the Night Field: a legend of Wales is an Adverse Camber production, commissioned in partnership with Felin Uchaf, Cardiff University School of Welsh and Aberystwyth Arts Centre with support from Beyond the Border International Storytelling Festival and funding from Arts Council Wales, the National Lottery and Arts Council England.
Director: Paula Crutchlow
Designer: Sophia Clist
Producer: Naomi Wilds
Lighting and Sound Design: Gethin Stacey