Possible - National Theatre Wales


29th Jun 2021 - 13th Jul 2021


About Possible by Shôn Dale-Jones

Shôn’s new show was going to be all about love. But what do you do when you’re writing a show all about love, and everything goes dark? You find a new story. A story with scones after midnight, estate agents, Gandhi-inspired motivational texts, mothers, fathers, families, and Grandmaster Flash.

Possible is a playful and profound piece of storytelling that blurs reality with live music and surreal, cinematic visuals. Funny and endearingly honest, it’s a show about love, resilience and finding the courage to explore the past, in order to shape the future.

Made to experience online and streamed live from The Riverfront in Newport.

29 June – 2 July, 8pm 

With live captioning on Tuesday 29 June and Thursday 1 July

On demand 6 – 13 July to watch in your own time.

Tickets from £8

Booking for the On Demand period will be available at a later date.

  • Audio Description
  • Sign Language
  • Closed Caption

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Rehearsal photos

About Shôn Dale-Jones

Headshot of Shôn Dale-Jones

Shôn Dale-Jones

Shôn is a producer, director, performer and writer. He was Artistic Director of Hoipolloi from 1994 to 2020. Over this 25 year period he created 24 stage plays, 5 BBC radio dramas, 3 site-specific pieces, a few short films, a TV pilot and various online projects. His work has been presented in over 200 UK venues, 9 London theatres, in 20 countries across 6 continents and has been translated into 7 languages. Most recently Shôn created The Loose Change Trilogy - The Duke, Me & Robin Hood, The Ladder - which raised almost £100,000 for vulnerable children, supporting the work of Save The Children and Street Child United. He is currently working with Ontroerend Goed in Belgium; writing a show for teenagers, Straight Face, for Brageteatret in Norway; collaborating with Metis Arts on Love Letters to a Liveable Future. This will be his second show for NTW following Things I Forgot I Remembered (2013).


Created and performed by

Shôn Dale-Jones

Co-directed and designed by

Stefanie Mueller

Composer and Collaborator

John Biddle

Filmmaker and Director of Photography

Bear Thompson

Lighting Designer

Katy Morison

Sound Designer

Sam Jones

Assistant Sound Designer

Jon Cox

Creative Placement

Carmen Diana Almeida

Film Production and Streaming by


Company Stage Manager

Kate Schofield

Deputy Stage Manager

Vicky Ashton

Video System Engineer

Dan Trenchard


Live captioning will be available on Tuesday 29 June and Thursday 1 July. You do not need to book a different ticket. The captions will be accessed through a separate link which will be sent out with pre-show information in the run up to the performance. If you can’t find the link, or have any questions, please get in touch with us by emailing boxoffice@nationaltheatre.org

When the On Demand version becomes available from 6 July there will be different ticket options to view the performance with embedded captions, BSL interpretation or audio description.

If you have any questions, or would like to talk to us about your access needs, please email boxoffice@nationaltheatrewales.org.

  • Audio Description
  • Sign Language
  • Closed Caption

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Running time TBC
29th June
From £8
30th June
From £8
1st July
From £8
2nd July
From £8
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