We at Wales Arts Review are very proud to present the critically acclaimed and nationally important Land of Our Fathers by Chris Urch to livestream for a limited time. “Land Of Our Fathers is a ‘big play’ in both its aspiration and its impact… It embodies a return to the theatre of edgy ambition and slow-burn intensity.” – Craig Austin, Wales Arts Review.
3 May 1979, South Wales. Thatcher is counting her votes, Sid Vicious is spinning in his grave and six Welsh miners are trapped down a coal mine…
Winner of Time Out‘s Critic’s Choice and Fringe Show of the Year 2013, Chris Urch’s critically acclaimed debut play is packed full of blistering comedy and echoes a generation of lost voices.
Watch it online now.
Age Guidance: 14+ (Contains strong language)
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