Wastwater
Event type: 
Tuesday, February 7, 2017 - 19:30 to Tuesday, February 14, 2017 - 19:30

"IT'S THE DEEPEST LAKE IN THE COUNTRY… MY DAD TOLD ME THAT THE STILLNESS WAS A BIT OF A LIE. 'IT LOOKS STILL, LISA, BUT YOU SHOULD SEE HOW MANY BODIES ARE HIDDEN UNDER THERE'."

Harry is about to leave England for good. His foster mother, and his guilt, are being left behind. In a boutique hotel room, Mark and Lisa are on the brink of sexual betrayal. They’ve never done this before. Jonathan’s made a deal on the Dark Web. Sian will ensure he faces the consequences: good and bad.

Set on the transitory fringes of Heathrow Airport, award winning playwright Simon Stephens’ Wastwater presents three snapshots of the private lives of those who care for our children.

Simon Stephens is the Jane Hodge International Chair in Drama

Drama at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama is supported by the Richard Carne Trust, the Spielman Charitable Trust, the Simon Gibson Charitable Trust, the Mosawi Foundation, the Leverhulme Trust, Gareth Jones Scholarships and Peter and Janet Swinburn

Paid Event
Cost: 
£13; Concessions £2 off; Under 25's £6
Senghennydd Road
Cathays
Cardiff
CF24 4YE