Bristol Radical History Group & South West Land Justice Network Presents:
Fri 15 May // 20:00 (cancelled)
Tickets: £10 full / £8 concessions
Bristol Radical History Group, South West Land Justice Network and the Cube Cinema are delighted to present:
3 Acres and a Cow's Welsh sister show - Gadael Tir (Leave Land), a show in English that follows the trials and tribulations of the common folk who strove to build the nation from the ground up. As we tell theirstory through sing-along choruses of traditional songs; heart wrenching tales of desperation and perseverance; cross-dressing, axe wielding
farmers; radical preachers, land workers and unions - all encompassed by a thousand years of history squeezed into one performance!
As well as drawing heavily on the folk arts of Wales, the show touches on many themes including politics, human rights, freedom of thought and expression, the right to protest and the history of British democracy.
Info on Gadael tir + trailer (Welsh & English)
This event is a part of the Bristol Radical History Festival 2020, the main full day event is at M Shed on Saturday 16th May, 10am to 4.30pm.
Full details via https://www.brh.org.uk/