Adam Redmore is playing Mark and Will in the world premiere of Emily White’s Pavilion, which opened at Theatr Clwyd on 26 September.

Pavilion is Emily White’s debut play and will be directed by Tamara Harvey.

Full details and tickets can be found here.

You’re appearing in Emily White’s Pavilion, what can you tell us about it?

It’s a funny, tragic and a beautiful welsh story about the last night at the local Pavilion where everyone from the town congregates. If you want to know more come and see it.

How would you describe the characters you play?

Both are lost trying to find some validation and escapism in their home town.

What do you like most about Emily white’s writing?

That when I started reading it I couldn’t stop.

What have you enjoyed most about working with Tamara Harvey?

How at ease and comfortable she makes you feel in the rehearsal room whilst still challenging you. She’s just a good, kind person who is way smarter than I am.

How do you think Pavilion captures the spirit of rural Wales?

That it could be my hometown and anyone who comes into contact with it feels the same.

What would you say to anyone thinking about coming to see Pavilion?

Don’t be the person who missed it! Don’t be that person. No one wants to be that person.

Greg is an award-winning writer with a huge passion for theatre. He has appeared on stage, as well as having directed several plays in his native Scotland. Greg is the founder and editor of Theatre Weekly


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