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National Theatre Wales

Tickets

15 September - 30 September 2017

We're Still Here

Byass Works: Port Talbot

DateTimePerformancePriceAccessibilityActions
15
Friday
September
19:30We're Still Here£10.00 - 15.00Book Tickets
16
Saturday
September
19:30We're Still Here£10.00 - 15.00Book Tickets
18
Monday
September
19:30We're Still Here£10.00 - 15.00Book Tickets
19
Tuesday
September
19:00We're Still Here£10.00 - 15.00Book Tickets
20
Wednesday
September
19:30We're Still Here£10.00 - 15.00Book Tickets
21
Thursday
September
19:30We're Still Here£10.00 - 15.00Book Tickets
22
Friday
September
19:30We're Still Here£10.00 - 15.00Book Tickets
23
Saturday
September
19:30We're Still Here£10.00 - 15.00Book Tickets
25
Monday
September
19:30We're Still Here£10.00 - 15.00Book Tickets
26
Tuesday
September
19:30We're Still Here£10.00 - 15.00Book Tickets
27
Wednesday
September
14:00We're Still Here£10.00 - 15.00Book Tickets
27
Wednesday
September
19:30We're Still Here£10.00 - 15.00Book Tickets
28
Thursday
September
19:30We're Still Here£10.00 - 15.00Book Tickets
29
Friday
September
19:30We're Still Here£10.00 - 15.00Book Tickets
30
Saturday
September
14:00We're Still Here£10.00 - 15.00Book Tickets
30
Saturday
September
19:30We're Still Here£10.00 - 15.00Book Tickets

Common Wealth

"We were drawn to Port Talbot because of the powerful voices that were coming out in the S.O.S campaign. Watching the campaign unfold and the community rally together gave us a hope in a time where we don’t usually see people stand together for what they believe in.

For us, seeing working class leaders organise and inspire communities felt so necessary in a time when working class people are often marginalised from public debate.

Interviewing steelworkers and union leaders has taught us so much about looking after each other, dignity and the importance of saying no.

What’s happening in Port Talbot is specific to the steel works and relevant across the world, demonstrating how capitalism and globalization creates ghost towns with little thought of the people who live and work there. The play speaks to the changing landscape of the UK, the people that get left behind and those that fight.

We see this play as an opportunity to champion and share the wisdom from the Save Our Steel Campaign, for us to remember who we are, where we come from and what we can be."

Evie Manning & Rhiannon White

#NTWSteel

What to Expect

The location of the production is Byass Works, Dock Road, Port Talbot. The running time will be 90 minutes (tbc).

We’re Still Here will be an indoor, promenade performance in one location.

The age guidance is 14+. We cannot admit babes in arms or small children. Please contact boxoffice@nationaltheatrewales.org if you have any questions.

Dogs are not permitted at any performance, with the exception of guide dogs.

The location is within a short walking distance of Port Talbot Parkway train station, with trains running regularly along this line. Plan your journey by train here

There is no parking directly on site, apart from disabled parking which will be signposted. However, pay and display parking is available nearby and at the train station. 

More information will be released in the coming months.

Creative Team

Created by Rachel Trezise and Common Wealth 

Rachel Trezise 
Writer 

Evie Manning 
Co-Director 

Rhiannon White 
Co-Director 

Wojtek Rusin 
Composer / Sound Designer 

Russell Henry 
Designer 

Andy Purves 
Lighting Designer 

Vicki Manderson
Movement Director

Sarah Hughes 
​Casting Director