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Owain Glyndwr Silent Disco - picture of the audience

Disgo Distaw Owain Glyndwr Silent Disco

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Light Ladd & Emberton's award-nominated show was originally created in 2017 with investment from Visit Wales, in a partnership with Cadw, to be shown in the UNESCO world heritage castles of Edward I in north Wales. 

In the production, audiences dance the rebellion of the last Welsh prince of Wales, from 1399 onwards. It has toured three times now, in 2017, 2018 and 2019, including to urban public spaces and other heritage sites, including Abergavenny Castle, the National Eisteddfod in Cardiff Bay and as part of Surf The Wave, the UK Dance Showcase in Bournemouth.

Performance credits

Created by: Light, Ladd & Emberton

Direction & Choreography: Gwyn Emberton & Eddie Ladd (G.Owen)

Script: Gwenith Owen (E.Ladd) & Roger Owen

Dramaturgy: Deborah Light

Producer: Laura H Drane

Sound: Siôn Orgon

Supported by: Arts Council of Wales National Lottery grant; Welsh Government; Noson Allan/ Night Out; Cadw; Gwynedd Council; Conwy County Borough Council; Anglesey County Council; Chapter.

With thanks to: Allan Wynne Jones/ Canolfan Owain Glyndŵr; all the performers and crew; and everyone else who supported us.

Light, Ladd & Emberton

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Full length capture of the show from Harlech Castle

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