Win! Tickets to see The Drowned Girl at Chapter THIS WEEKEND!

BBC Wales Drama Award Winner Kelly Jones presents The Drowned Girl at Chapter! AND YOU CAN WIN TICKETS TO THIS WEEKEND’S SHOWS!

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After a phenomenal run at Cardiff’s pub theatre, The Other Room, the team behind Blud present The Drowned Girl at Chapter, Cardiff from 30 September – 3 October at 8pm.

TO WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS TO EITHER FRIDAY 2 OCTOBER or SATURDAY 3 OCTOBER, LEAVE A COMMENT UNDER THIS BLOG TELLING US WHAT NIGHT YOU’D LIKE TO ATTEND AND WHY YOU DESERVE TO WIN TICKETS!

Kelly’s Nan told her she was born a mermaid, and with it her childhood was full of mermaid adventures and cornflake box tails. It didn’t matter that Kelly couldn’t swim

But that was a long time ago, and things are now different. Kelly is drowning in a dead-end job at Asda and her beloved Nan passed away three weeks ago. She takes comfort in dreaming and diving into a very different reality full of mermaids and happy memories of being by the sea. But as the dreaming starts to take over, Kelly has to learn to swim all over again.

At times funny, at times sad, The Drowned Girl is a one-woman play about lost youth, lost loved ones and mermaids.

Writer and Performer: Kelly Jones.

Director: Anna Poole.

Musician: Chris Young.

Producer: Olivia Harris.

The Drowned Girl is supported by the Arts Council of Wales. 

Ticket Prices – £12/£10

Age Guide 14+

The show’s running time is approximately 50 minutes.

Find out more and book tickets http://www.chapter.org/drownedgirl

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5 responses to “Win! Tickets to see The Drowned Girl at Chapter THIS WEEKEND!

  1. I am available to attend the Friday night show. I deserve to win tickets because I cant swim and would love to know what it feels like being a mermaid even if it is a disillusioned one! Cant think of a better way to spend a Friday evening attending a one woman show.

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  2. I would love to come and see the show as a little escapism; I have been working on Christmas elf costumes for weeks and mermaids are surely the opposite mythical creature on the spectrum? Less musical bells more fishy scale tales!?

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  3. I am available for the Friday or Saturday night performances. I would like to win the tickets because I have recently just moved to Cardiff and know how it feels to be in the ‘dead end job’ situation. As an acting graduate, I am in need of some inspiration and a therapeutic theatre trip to spark up the fire in me again!

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