Drama by Dafydd James. When Stevie's boyfriend becomes ill, the couple move into a new house. But the walls are thin and he is soon drawn into a sinister story happening next door.
By Dafydd James.
A darkly comic story of love, loss and prejudice.
When Stevie's boyfriend Matthew becomes seriously ill, the couple move into a new house, complete with wheelchair access and a downstairs toilet. However, Cardiff's multicultural Grangetown is far from the peaceful idyll they were hoping for. The walls are thin and you can hear everything, even whispered conversations if you put your ear to the wall. As Matthew's condition worsens, Stevie is drawn into a sinister story happening next door.
A BBC Cymru Wales Production
Dafydd is an award-winning writer, composer and performer, working in theatre, radio and television in both English and Welsh. Dafydd's play Llwyth was a huge success in Wales with a sell-out tour and wonderful reviews. It appeared at the Edinburgh festival before touring Wales and appearing at the Taipei Arts Festival. My Name is Sue, co-created with Ben Lewis, premiered at the Edinburgh Festival before transferring to Soho Theatre and was awarded the Total Theatre Award for Music and Theatre. The sequel - Sue: The Second Coming provided an unorthodox Christmas celebration for Soho Theatre in December 2013. Dafydd is currently working on Connections with the Royal National Theatre.
Praise for Dafydd James
'A bizarre and beguiling must-see show.' (My Name is Sue, The Stage)
'Brilliant...hysterically funny and beautifully played.' (My Name is Sue, Time Out)
'Utterly unlike anything else I saw at this year's festival: a play that took on far-reaching questions of language and sexuality without a hint of preachiness' (Llwyth, The Guardian)
'A piece of theatre...that changes the landscape of the country that produced it.' (Llwyth, Buzz Magazine).