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Kill Thy Neighbour is spookily funny

Banner for Theatr Clwyd comedy Kill Thy Neighbour

The first full-length play by Wrexham writer Lucie Lovatt, Kill Thy Neighbour, has been cast by Theatr Clwyd and co-producer Torch Theatre of Milford Haven.

Familiar faces returning to the Mold venue (April 2-20, then Milford Haven April 24-May 4) are Victoria John (Celebrated Virgins, Truth or Dare) as Caryl and Catrin Stewart (Cat on A Hot Tin Roof) as Seren, alongside Clwyd first-timers Jamie Redford (Emmerdale) as Gareth; Gus Gordon (The Sandman) as Max and Dafydd Emyr (Danny The Champion of the World) as Meirion.

The dark comedy drama concerns Caryl and Meirion, who have lived in their village for years, raising a family while slowly watching their community disappear. Now Caryl wants to escape, but Meirion defiantly wants to stay...

Torch Theatre artistic director Chelsey Gillard said: "Kill Thy Neighbour is both hilarious and spooky – my favourite combination. It speaks to issues directly affecting many communities in Wales and has such heart."

More info and tickets here (Theatr Clwyd)


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