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Produced by Theatrau Sir Gar, funded by Arts Council of Wales and supported by Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru.

Cast | Alis Wyn Davies, Berwyn Pearce, Anni Dafydd  & Iwan Charles

Director | Chris Harris

Set & Costume Design | Luned Gwawr Evans

Music | Lynwen Haf Roberts

Lighting Design | Simon Davies

Sound Design | Jonny Rees

★★★★★ ‘A perfect whirlwind from start to finish’ | Buzz Magazine

'The cast are perfect' | Entertainment South Wales

'A rip-roaring, high-octane celebration of Welsh comed talent' | HAKA Entertainment

It’s 1348 in Pentreufargirec and a new chaos has come to town – Plague. God has betrayed the people, and a frenzy of finger-pointing, cat-hunting and heretic-burning has drowned the town in the toilet. But to stranger and quack Twm, everything is ripe for the picking. With people dying, there’s land to grab and a social ladder to climb. But with the Tax Collector trying to alter a hated reputation on his back, and a revolutionary manuer-seller spreading free-thinking amongst the working peasantry, even Twm will realise that the climb to power has its obstacles just ready to trip him up.


This is a mischievious, black (death) comedy in Welsh about those who gain from crisis, and those who empower change in the system. Very misbehaving in its storytelling, we welcome you to the Black Death – there’s nothing funnier.

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Photography: Kirsten McTernan | Graphic: Matilda Southcott

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