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Taylor Jay-Davies and Patrick Brennan in Land Of Our Fathers

Land Of Our Fathers

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Chris Urch’s funny and moving drama Land Of Our Fathers returns to London from a national tour to tell the story of Welsh miners trapped down a collapsed coalmine. Read More >

Chris Urch’s funny and moving drama Land Of Our Fathers returns to London from a national tour to tell the story of Welsh miners trapped down a collapsed coalmine.

Set in 1979 on the cusp of the Thatcher era, six miners find themselves stranded underground in South Wales. Awaiting their rescue, tensions escalate as accusations fly, secrets emerge and their very beliefs are tested.

The production received sell-out success at Theatre503 in September 2013 and was winner of Time Out’s Fringe Show of the Year in 2013. Chris Urch’s critically acclaimed debut play concludes its tour with a limited two week run at Found111.

Age recommendation: 14+ (contains strong language)

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Important Dates & Timing

Opening Night: 08/03/2016

Closing Night: 19/03/2016

Running time: 2hr20

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Cast & Creative

Cast

Cornelius Booth, John Cording, Tomos Eames, Taylor Jay-Davies, Robert Jezek, Joshua Price

Creative

Director - Paul Robinson

Producer - Theatre503, Tara Finney Productions & Wales Millennium Centre

Designer - Signe Beckmann

Lighting Designer - Hartley T A Kemp

Sound - Simon Slater

Author - Chris Urch

Music By - Simon Slater

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