Praise from Alan Turing’s Family


Alan TuringFrom the moment that we began working on To Kill a Machine the legacy of Alan Turing has been uppermost to all of us. We are thrilled and overwhelmed to have the support of Alan Turing’s family.

“I thoroughly enjoyed watching To Kill a Machine. I was totally captivated by the performance of Alan Turing by Gwydion Rhys. He played the part with great sensitivity and understanding of his character. It was a pleasure to see the true generosity and kindness in Alan’s character being well illustrated throughout the play.

The play explores well Alan’s commitment to his work and the country to which he served and also covers the turmoil in his mind with his sexuality. The last highly emotional scene shows the tremendous suffering of Alan Turing inflicted on him by the Government, for which he had worked so hard and achieved so much.

In summary To Kill a Machine is a sensitive and realistic portrayal of the complex character of Alan Turing. I would thoroughly recommend seeing this play.”

Rachel Barnes
Great niece of Alan Turing


What are the reviewers saying?


“This is a continuously stimulating evening with some truly great acting at its heart. While the play could usefully evolve further it is a show that deserves full houses throughout its short run, and a developing future beyond.”

“What lifts this show upwards again to a ‘four-star’ rating is the stature of the key performances and the central one above all, which is truly remarkable. Rhys manages to capture Turing’s sense of intellectual abstraction and his intense vulnerability and weave them into a compellingly coherent whole. It is a beautifully detailed performance – the element of a slight stammer here, a nervous laugh there, and a resplendently translucent sincerity whether expressed in his intellectual ardour and determination or in a pent-up, tensed sensuality graphically released in a sex scene that was absolutely necessary, and an element of his story that is too often airbrushed away into a halo of sainthood”

“This human subject still retains the power to trouble and inspire us, while also posing large intellectual questions on the nature of intelligence and human thought and machines that are at the heart of who we are in 2016.”
“Script and direction are equally to be praised for an exploration of Alan Turing’s life and career that is as full of insight and individuality as it is of respectful curiosity.”

“Gwydion Rhys’ focused and detailed central performance reconciles Turing’s mathematical genius and social incompetence in a complex, infuriating and compelling character with whom the audience is fully involved at every moment.”

“The greatest joy of this production, though, is that it is ensemble theatre at its best: Rick Yale, Francois Pandolfo and Robert Harper create minor characters who are never minor; the company of four are equally essential to this physical and emotional world that never stops convincing or shocking, regardless of whether the scene content is mathematical or sexual.”

“Not to be missed”

The Remote Goat

“An impressive celebration of the genius of Turing and a timely reminder that it would be an injustice to forget how horrifically he was treated by the country that he had helped to save.”

“To Kill a Machine is a poignant piece of theatre that explores the history of one of Britain’s most wrongly accused victims. With magnificent performances from a small, yet capable cast alongside fantastic direction from Angharad Lee, To Kill a Machine makes for sensational drama. What is the difference between man and machine? Head over to the Kings Head Theatre to find out for yourself.”
The Upcoming

*** “I found myself longing for more time with Gwydion Rhys’ deceptively moving performance as the brittle, unchangeably other Turing; romanticising the men in his life with a doomed, dreamer’s naivety.”
The Stage




What is the Kings Head audience saying?


A few of our favourite audience comments below,

Rachel Barnes, “I thoroughly enjoyed watching To Kill a Machine on Friday evening. Gwydion Rhys’s performance as my Great Uncle, Alan Turing was stunning. He totally captured his true personality with his performance!”

 Go and check out To Kill a Machine, It’s outstanding, incredible portrayal of Alan.

 Once again, nailed it.Beautiful in every way. Get your tickets from .You WONT be disappointed

 Very much enjoyed at . Brings the appalling way Turing was treated to life. Also features Welsh bottoms

@NeilMcDermott07 Well done and everyone – lovely work my friend!

@201DanceCompany We loved ‘s , AGAIN! Great to see the show in London!

Sarah Bates “really interesting, great acting, and thought provoking . Go see.”


To Kill a Machine at Kings Head Theatre

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6 April – 23 April 2016, 7pm (Tuesdays – Saturdays) and 3pm (Sundays)
Press Night: 8 April, 7pm

***** “a much more hard-hitting and accurate look at the life and work of Alan Turing than much of the sanitised films that have been doing the rounds” Wales Online

To Kill a Machine tells the life-story of war-time cryptanalyst Alan Turing. It is a story about the importance of truth and injustice and of keeping and revealing secrets. The play examines his pioneering work considering whether a machine could think, asking the questions “what is the difference between a human and a machine?” and “If a human is prevented from thinking, do they then become a machine?” At the heart of the play is a powerful love story and the importance of freedom, in relation to Turing’s own life, death and posthumous re-evaluation. It is the story of Turing the genius, Turing the victim and Turing the constant in a tumultuous world.

*****”one of the most finely crafted hours of theatre you’ll find on the Fringe” Edinburgh Evening News

Created in 2012, Aberystwyth based Scriptography Productions looks to support and develop writers, find new platforms for text based work to be produced and encourage cross disciplinary collaborations. It seeks to engage new audiences for work through choice of subject matter and through cross disciplinary, multi-platform work and through enhanced marketing and digital engagement. Scriptography Productions is an associate company at Aberystwyth Arts Centre.

“asks devastating questions about the ways in which societies dehumanise those they deem deviant” The Scotsman

The cast includes Gwydion Rhys, Francois Pandolfo, Rick Yale and Robert Harper. It is directed by Angharad Lee and produced by Sandra Bendelow for Scriptography Productions.

After a bombastic, exciting and innovative 45th year, the King’s Head continues its new artistic policy of being a crucible of new writing and critical rediscoveries, whilst also welcoming the much-anticipated return of pub opera, with the aim of being the best pub theatre in London. The King’s Head offers an unashamedly broad church of programming including theatre, musical theatre and opera, transfers to and from the biggest arts festivals in the world, and a trail-blazing policy of ethical employment on the fringe – if it’s on here, you won’t see it anywhere else.

The play was awarded an Arts Council Wales grant in 2015 for production and touring and also selected as part of the Wales in Edinburgh scheme to take the best of Welsh Theatre to the festival. It sold out throughout the run at Edinburgh Festival and earned critical acclaim alongside being longlisted for the Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award. It is a co-production with Cwmni Theatr Arad Goch who provided invaluable support to help the brand new company produce the play as their very first project.

The play was nominated for four Wales Theatre Awards, Best Actor for Gwydion Rhys, Best Playwright for Catrin Fflur Huws, Best Director for Angharad Lee and Best Production.


6 Ebrill – 23 Eprill 2016, 7yh (Dydd Iau-Dydd Sadwrn) a 3yh (Dydd Sul)
Noson y wasg: 8 April, 7pm

Wedi perfformiadau llwyddianus yng Nghymru ac yng Ngwyl Ymylol Caeredin, y mae To Kill A Machine gan Catrin Fflur Huws yn trosglwyddo i’r Kings Head Theatre yng Llundain. Y mae’r ddrama, sydd wedi ei gynhyrchu gan Scriptography Productions yn gosod hanes Alan Turing mewn cyd-destun o sioe gwis.

***** “dehongliad llawer mwy di-flewyn-ar-dafod a chywir o fywyd a gwaith Alan Turing na llawer o’r ffilmiau sydd o gwmpas sydd yn gwyngalchu’r hanes” Wales Online

Y mae To Kill a Machine yn adrodd hanes bywyd y cel-ddadansoddwr Alan Turing. Y mae’n stori am wirionedd ac am anghyfiawnder ac am gadw a datgelu cyfrinachau. Dadansodda’r ddrama ei waith arloesol ar allu peiriant i feddwl gan ofyn ‘beth yw’r gwahaniaeth rhwng person a pheiriant?’ ac os nad oes gan berson hawl i’w feddyliau, ai peiriant ydyw? Yng nghalon y ddrama y mae stori serch rymud am bwysigrwydd rhyddid, yng nghyd-destun bywyd, marwolaeth ac ail-werthusiad pwysigrwydd Alan Turing yn ddiweddarach. . Stori ydyw am Alan Turing yr athrylith, Alan Turing y dioddefwr, a’r Alan Turing sydd yn gyson mewn byd sydd yn newid.

*****“un o’r oriau mwyaf cywrain ei grefft a welwch chi ar lwyfannau’r Wyl ‘ Edinburgh Evening News

Wedi ei sefydlu yn 2012, y mae Scriptography Productions, sydd wedi ei leoli yn Aberystwyth yn ceisio cefnogi a datblygu awduron, canfod platfformau newydd ar gyfer cynhyrchu gwaith geiriol ac annog gwaith rhyng-ddisgyblaethol. Ymgeisia i ganfod cynulleidfaoedd newydd ar gyfer gwaith drwy ei ddewis o bwnc, gwaith aml-blatfform a thrwy marchnata eang, a chyd-gysylltu digidol.

Y mae Scriptography Productions yn gwmni cyswllt ar gyfer Canolfan y Celfyddydau Aberystwyth.

“mae’n holi cwestiynau tyngedfenol ynghylch sut mae cymdeithasau yn dibersonoli personau sydd yn cael eu barnu i fod yn wyrol.” The Scotsman

Y mae’r cast yn cynnwys Gwydion Rhys, Francois Pandolfo, Rick Yale a Robert Harper. Fe’i cyfarwyddir gan Angharad Lee ac fe’i cynhyrchir gan Sandra Bendelow ar gyfer Scriptography Productions.

Wedi blwyddyn wefreiddiol a gwreiddiol, y mae’r King’s Head yn parhau a’i bolisi o fod yn grwsibl ar gyfer dramau newydd ac ail-ganfyddiadau bwysig, gan hefyd groesawu dychweliad hir-ddisgwyliedig yr opera dafarn, gan ymgeisio i fod y theatr dafarn orau yn Llundain. Y mae’r Kings Head yn ymfalchio mewn cynnig arlwy sydd yn hynod o eang, gan gynnwys theatr, sioeau cerdd, ac opera, trosglwyddiadau o Wyliau theatr mwya’r byd a pholisi arloesol o gyflogaeth moesol ar yr ymylon – os gwelwch i e yma, fydd e ddim yn unlle arall.

Derbyniodd y ddrama grant gan Cyngor y Celfyddydau yn 2015 ar gyfer cynhyrchiad a theithio, ac fe’i dewiswyd fel un o sioeau Cymru yng Nghaeredin er mwyn arddangos y gorau o theatr Cymru yng Nghaeredin. Gwerthodd allan drwy gydol y cyfnod yng Nghaeredin, ac enillodd sylw beirniadol canmoladwy dros ben, ynghyd a derbyn enwebiad ar gyfer Gwobr Rhyddid Mynegiant Amnest Rhyngwladol. Y mae’r sioe yn gyd-gynhyrchiad gyda  Cwmni Theatr Arad Goch, a roddodd gefnogaeth sylwedddol i’r cwmni i gynhyrchu’r sioe fel eu sioe gyntaf un.

Enwebwyd To Kill a Machine am bedair gwobr Theatr Cymru:  Actor Gorau i  Gwydion Rhys, Dramodydd gorau i Catrin Fflur Huws, Cyfarwyddwr gorau i Angharad Lee a Chynhyrchiad Gorau


Theatre Company heads to Scotland in search of international success.


An interview with arts producer and playwright Sandra Bendelow about the recent production of new play To Kill a Machine which will be heading to Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August to be part of the Zoo Venues programme.

KillMachine2084wHow did you get involved in the project?
Back in 2011 I was selected as writer to be part of the Sherman Cymru and Aberystwyth Arts Centre Spread The Word project along with Catrin so I was in the room when she first pitched the idea. I remember thinking what an amazing idea it was for a play not just because it was about Alan Turing but also the idea Catrin had for how she was going to tell that story. Then after Catrin wrote the short play she decided she wanted to write it into a full length play and approached me to help her produce it. She did just want to write it and put it on for one night in Aberystwyth but I could see the potential for it to be a huge project. I pushed to get it out there as a pilot project in 2012 – we took it to a science cafe event at Swansea University celebrating the centenary of Alan Turing’s birth. It was at this event that I realised exactly how incredible the play was – the audience was entirely computer scientists and mathematicians who worshipped Alan Turing. Also they were incredibly defensive of the Alan Turing legacy because of how badly he had been treated by society, government and history. It was incredibly exciting and terrifying at the same time. But they absolutely loved the play, as a play about Alan Turing and also because of the way Catrin embeds his work into the play.


How did the tour go?
We had incredible responses from audiences and also from critics. It’s had brilliant reviews which is always great to get for a show; the writing, the performances, the direction, the set – all getting exceptionally positive responses. But also the audience response has just been so fantastic. It’s not an easy play to watch – but it does have lots of humour and endearing moments which the audiences loved. We have so many people commenting on how extraordinary Gwydion Rhys is as Alan Turing. Catrin’s writing has been compared to Beckett, as feedback for a writer goes, I don’t think it gets better than that. Most importantly we have shown a side of Alan Turing’s story which has not been told before and we have made people really think. It seems to working really well as a play in the very intimate spaces like Arcola in London which bodes well for Edinburgh as the space we are in at Zoo, The Aviary is very similar. I think that in a small space what Alan Turing endures and is subjected to during the course of the play is literally too close for comfort. I’ve watched the play countless times and I cry every time I see it. The only thing that varies is the point at which I start crying. Alan Turing’s life story is just so heartbreaking.


KillMachine2137wAs Alan Turing’s story became more well known – with the government pardon and the Hollywood film – what do you think makes this telling of the story so unique.
Catrin’s telling of the story doesn’t shy away from telling it the way it should be told. It doesn’t simplify the story or shy away from the harsher elements of it like the gross indecency conviction and the chemical castration. Also though she has written Turing as she sees him, a fun loving and highly humorous man who made friends, worked well with colleagues and who fell deeply in love as a young boy with Christopher Morcam. Christopher tragically died young but Turing carried that love with him for the rest of his life and at the heart of Catrin’s play is an incredibly touching and beautiful love story. The cast we have are just amazing alongside Gwydion Rhys as Alan Turing we have Rick Yale, Francois Pandolfo and Robert Harper playing about 15 characters between them – the cast never leave the stage so we watch them transform from character to character which is mesmerising. One of my favourite moments of the play is when Rick steps from the Game Show Host into Arnold Murray. It is directed by Angharad Lee and her impact on the play and Catrin’s re-development was hugely significant – adding a visual and very physical aspect to the play.

What is next for To Kill a Machine?
We head to Edinburgh Fringe Festival for the whole three weeks of the festival where will be meetings lots of programmers from venues and festivals in the UK and all around the world. We have had interest expressed already about touring the play to international festivals.  It is all a bit surreal that as a small company from Aberystwyth this time next year we could be embarking on a world tour with the play. But then it is a really great play and we want as many people as possible to see it.


What is next for Scriptography Productions?
I do sometime wonder what we will do next, how will we ever find a project to produce as good as this one? But we are about to start the search for the next To Kill a Machine, the next idea that we can develop over a few years and eventually produce and tour. It is going to be a really difficult play to follow. But we’re confident that somewhere out there in Aberystwyth a writer has an idea that will eventually become an amazing play.

To Kill a Machine written by Catrin Fflur Huws, produced by Scriptography Productions, performed by Gwydion Rhys, Rick Yale, Francois Pandolfo and Robert Harper, directed by Angharad Lee will be at Zoo: Aviary Venue 124  7th – 31st August 8.55 PM

If you would like to know more about To Kill a Machine or Scriptography Productions you can contact the company at





New company with new play heads to Cardiff and Edinburgh

To Kill a Machine: Scriptography Productions

An Aberystwyth based company Scriptography Productions has achieved unprecedented levels of  success with its first ever touring production of a new play about Alan Turing.

Following a tour of Wales, and a performance at The Arcola in London, during which its overwhelmingly positive reviews included, “a sensational piece of theatre”, “absorbing and provocative” and “a hard-hitting look at the nature of humanity” the new play by Welsh playwright Catrin Fflur Huws the company will be visiting Cardiff’s Gate Arts Centre before heading to Edinburgh Fringe Festival for three weeks at the Zoo Aviary venue.

The production was funded by Arts Council Wales including being selected for one of only ten Wales in Edinburgh awards to take the best of arts in Wales to the festival, it was also supported by a worldwide kickstarter funding campaign with avid Alan Turing fans supporting the portrayal of their hero.

The main role of Alan Turing is played by Gwydion Rhys in an astounding performance alongside ensemble of Rick Yale, Francois Pandolfo and Robert Harper who between them play 14 characters covering the range of friends and colleagues throughout Alan Turing’s life.

The play covers a vast range of Alan Turing’s life story from his early school days and the tragic love story of Alan and Christopher Morcam, through to his days at Cambridge, Bletchley Park, Manchester University and his arrest for gross indecency before his tragic early death.

The play is beloved by computer scientists not only for its endearing, humorous and realistic portrayal of Alan Turing but the embedding of Turing’s own words and works within a macabre and grotesque game show sequence which runs through the play.

It was produced in association with Cwmni Arad Goch who supported and mentored the company through rehearsal and production and made it possible for the new company to achieve such astonishing success with its first touring production.

Scriptography productions is also an associate company at Aberystwyth Arts Centre who are supporting the production at Edinburgh Fringe festival as one of two Arts Centre associate companies to have secured Wales in Edinburgh funding to visit the festival. Both of these productions, To Kill a Machine and Gwyn Embertons will be at Zoo Venue .

To Kill a Machine will be at Gate Arts Centre on Friday 31st July and will be at Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Zoo Aviary, Venue 124 from 7th – 31st August with performances every night except the Tuesday of each week.

Success for To Kill a Machine

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To Kill a Machine: Scriptography ProductionsThe To Kill a Machine Spring tour received an incredible response from audiences and critics.

Here is a summary of some of the amazing response and reviews.

“Don’t expect some wishy-washy story of a nice geeky guy who happened to be homosexual. No, this is a hard-hitting look at the nature of humanity when confronted with a person who won’t – or perhaps just can’t – conform.”

“a triumph and a thrill to watch”

“To Kill a Machine is a sensational piece of theatre about Alan Turing’s life””

“Gwydion Rhys is fantastic as Turing”

To Kill a Machine: Scriptography Productions“Absorbing, provocative and, sometimes uncomfortable to watch”

“The script is fantastically candid”

“congratulations to Catrin Fflur Huws on writing such a dark, comic, compelling and deeply insightful play. Felt it had quite a Samuel Beckett feel to it. Secondly congratulations to strong cast that took us through the play at quite a whirlwind pace. Was quite surprised when we had reached the end as felt hadn’t been sat for five minutes. Really strong acting, and the portrayal of Alan was absolutely fantastic.” Leanne Knibb

“To Kill a Machine was stark, shocking and insightful. Gave me a new perspective on Alan Turing” Martha Reilly

“Stunning performances, writing and production. I am in awe of you all. What a brilliant new company” David Lyndon

Tough watch for all the right reasons: amazing show, you guys nailed it!” Chris Hoskins

If you have an opportunity, go see To Kill a Machine. Incredibly emotional portrayal of Turing by Gwydion Rhys.” Joanne Geary

To Kill a Machine: Scriptography Productions“Lovely evening seeing Robert Harper in To Kill a Machine at Arcola Theatre . What a thrilling look at a fascinating mind” Lady P

Portread pwerus, teimladwy a chwbl drydannol arall gan Gwydion Rhys” Paul Griffiths

Saw the fantastic To Kill a Machine by Scriptography last night –  a fantastically powerful piece, well worth a night out” Piers

“Loved To Kill a Machine at Torch Theatre this evening. Such clever writing by Catrin Fflur Huws and really top notch performances. Go see it.” Tracey Morris

“Huge congratulations to Gwydion Rhys and the cast of To Kill a Machine.Such a beautifly written and astonishingly performed play. take a bow.” Lisa Marged

Fantastic script, terrific production now on tour To Kill A Machine – so good it made me forget the election!” Kaite O’Reilly

To Kill a Machine is at Zoo: Aviary Edinburgh Fringe Festival 7th – 31st August 20:55PM

It is Opening Night

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To Kill a Machine opens tonight at Arad Goch, Bath St, Aberystwyth Wednesday 6th May, ahead of performances tomorrow Thursday 7th May and Friday 8th May before we start our tour of Wales at Theatr  Brycheiniog on Saturday 9th May.

We are very excited to finally be able to share this stunning new play by Aberystwyth playwright Catrin Fflur Huws about Alan Turing which focuses on his heartbreaking life story. Not enough people know his story and of those who do not enough is known about the tragic circumstances of his life and death and we are very proud to be able to be part of the legacy Alan Turing deserves.

Alan Turing is played by Gwydion Rhys, The Betray is played by Rick Yale, The Friend by Francois Pandolfo and The Interrogator by Robert Harper. The play is directed by Angharad Lee.

Today marks the start of a new journey for this play which began three years ago as a short play as part of the Aberystwyth Arts Centre and Sherman Cymru Spread the Word project.

For the last three weeks Arad Goch has made the company extremely welcome and provided a home for the company to develop and prepare this innovative and unique piece of theatre with audiences. They have provided us not only a space to work in but their invaluable expertise and support at every stage of development.

We genuinely believe that this play will make audiences cry and laugh for many years to come, it will make people understand far more about why Alan Turing is a hero to so many, it will make people think about the treatment inflicted on him then and on the way we behave to one another today.

We hope you will be able to see the play as it tours and we would love to hear what you think of it – please get in touch @scriptography

6th, 7th and 8th May Arad Goch in Aberystwyth,  9th May Theatr Brycheiniog in Brecon, 12th May – Torch Theatre in Milford Haven, 13th May – Blackwood Miners Institute in Blackwood, 15th May – Taliesin Arts Centre in Swansea , 21st May – The Miners in Ammanford, 22nd May in Theatr Hafren in Newtown. The play will be presented in London at Arcola Theatre on 17th May and will be at Edinburgh Fringe Festival 7th – 31st August.

Bydd To Kill A Machine yn agor heno, nos Fercher Mai 6ed yn Arad Goch, Stryd y Baddon, Aberystwyth, gyda pherfformiadau hefyd yn cymryd lle nos Iau, Mai 7fed a nos Wener, Mai 8fed cyn teithio o amgylch Cymru gan gychwyn yn Theatr  Brycheiniog ar Ddydd Sadwrn Mai 9fed.

Rydym y edrych ymlaen yn arw at allu rhannu’r ddrama arbennig hon am Alan Turing gan y dramodydd o Aberystwyth Catrin Fflur Huws. Canolbwyntia’r ddrama ar hanes drasig ei fywyd. Nid yw digon o bobol yn ymwybodol o’i hanes ac am amgylchiadau trist ei fywyd a’i farwolaeth, ac rydym yn falch iawn o ledaenu’r hanes honno. Chwaraeir rhan Alan Turing gan Gwydion Rhys, The Betray gan Rick Yale, The Friend gan Francois Pandolfo a The Interrogator gan Robert Harper. Cyfarwyddwyd y ddrama gan Angharad Lee.

Y mae heddiw yn gychwyn taith newydd i’r ddrama hon, a gychwynnodd ei daith bedair blynedd yn ôl fel rhan o brosiect Spread the Word Canolfan y Celfyddydau Aberystwyth a Sherman Cymru.

Am y dair wythnos ddiwethaf, mae cwmni Arad Goch wedi croesawu’r cwmni ac wedi darparu cartref i ni er mwyn ein galluogi i ddatblygu a pharatoi’r ddrama unigryw hon. Y maent wedi darparu gofod ymarfer ond hefyd wedi rhannu eu harbenigedd a’u cymorth drwy gydol y broses.

Rydym yn credu’n ddirfawr y bydd y ddrama hon y peri i gynulleidfeydd chwerthin a chrio am flynyddoedd i ddod, ac  y bydd yn golygu fod llawer mwy yn deall pa mor bwysig yw Alan Turing, a sut cafodd ef ei drin, ac yna ar sut rydym yn trin eraill heddiw.

Gobeithiwn y cewch chi gyfle i weld y ddrama tra’i bod y teithio  – byddem wrth ein boddau I glywed beth oeddech chi’n feddwl ohono @scriptography

6ed, 7fed ac 8fed Mai Arad Goch, Aberystwyth,  9fed Mai Theatr Brycheiniog yn Aberhonddu, 12fed Mai – Torch Theatre yn Aberdaugleddau, 13eg May – Blackwood Miners Institute yn Y Coed Duon, 15fed Mai – Canolfan Taliesin yn Abertawe, 21ed Mai – The Miners yn Rhydaman, 22ain Mai yn Theatr Hafren yn y Drenewydd. Perfformir y ddrama yn Llundain yn Arcola Theatre ar 17eg Mai, ac yng Ngwyl Ymylol Caeredin 7fed – 31ain Awst.

The role of Betray will be played by ….

Rick Yale

We are delighted to welcome to the company Rick Yale who will be playing the role of Betray.

Rick graduated from Rose Bruford College in 2014, where he was a member of the Carleton Hobbs Radio team. Whilst training his credits include Thomas Cromwell in ANNE BOLEYN, Louis in PERFECT BOY, Macbeth in MACBETH and French in ROCKET TO THE MOON.

Since graduating his professional theatre credits include the site specific piece FIELDS UNSOWN for Attic Theatre.

Rick said, “It is an honour to be involved in telling such an incredible and tragic story about a man who
was recognised for his genius and condemned for his sexuality.”