‘The Lady Speaks in Welsh.’ - Henry IV, Part 1.
The Welsh Lady exists only in stage directions… but what if she had her own voice? What would she say?
The Welsh Lxdies is a bilingual, episodic gig-theatre show intertwining poetry and music to represent a linguistic map of the Womxn of Wales, exploring a reclamation of their sense of Womxnhood, Welshness, sexuality and identity. It’s a conversation across the centuries, with an exploration into the blending of music genres like Welsh folk with Lo-Fi beats. Featuring the voices of over 100 Welsh Womxn – from historical poet Gwerful Mechain who wrote an ode to her vagina in the Middle Ages, to verbatim voicenotes from contemporary Welsh Womxn about vibrators and Tom Jones – you won’t want to miss this!
‘A brave and dynamic production’, The Play’s The Thing UK
‘A fun and authentic take on Welshness, womanhood and all the messy areas in between.’, Alice Yarr (Creative Development Producer, National Theatre Wales)
Writer: Grace O’Brien featuring a monologue by Rebecca Wilson.
Director: Rebecca Wilson
Lisbeth McLean, Prif Swyddog, email@example.com
Eleri Walters, Swyddog Datblygu, firstname.lastname@example.org