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Motherlode's last production, The Good Earth, created and directed by Rachael Boulton, told the story of a Valleys community torn apart by their council and big business and, following a successful tour of Wales, it transferred to the Flea Theatre in New York City for an acclaimed run.
Exodus will tour to twelve venues across Wales this October from Milford Haven in the west to Newport in the east and Mold in the North.
Tickets are on sale now for performances at The Coliseum Aberdare (5 and 6 October), Theatr Clwyd (9 and 10 October), Llandinam Village Hall (11 October), Redhouse Cymru Merthyr Tydfil (12 October), Taliesin Swansea (13 October), Chapter Cardiff (17-20 October), Riverfront Newport (23 October), Gwynfe Village Hall (24 October), Torch Theatre Milford Haven (25 October), Blackwood Miners' Institute (26 October), Theatr Brycheiniog Brecon (27 October) and Cwmavon Village Hall (30 October) prior to the Finborough Theatre run.
"Settlers wanted for alternative living community in South America, all welcome to apply, unless you're a prick."
The world premiere production of acclaimed new Welsh theatre company Motherlode in their London debut following a Welsh tour, Exodus is set in South Wales.
On the eve of the last factory in town closing, four neighbours hatch a plan that is literally pie in the sky …
Mary, Ray, Mike and Timmy gather in an allotment, decide to build a plane, and take off down the high street.
Past the butchers, past the curry house and above the Chapel in search of a life free from politics and the grind.
Blisteringly funny, this heart-warming new drama is accompanied by a live original score by David Grubb with choreography from Emma Vickery culminating in a new adventure that makes anything seem possible.
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London SW10 9ED
Performance days & times
Sunday ‑ 7‑30pm
Monday ‑ 7‑30pm
Author: Rachel Boulton
Composer: David Grubb
Director: Rachel Boulton
Choreography: Emma Vickery
Lighting: Katy Morison
Production: Motherlode in co-production with RCT Theatres, and in association with Neil McPherson for the Finborough Theatre