Tuesday, October 24, 2017, 14:27
There's no guarantees but when a theatre show is blessed, it's such fun to play on stage. Read Lyn Gardner's phenomenal review of our Cherry Orchard at the Sherman Theatre in yesterday's Guardian:

https://www.theguardian.com/stage/2017/oct/19/the-cherry-orchard-review-chekhov-sherman-gary-owen-rachel-oriordan

I've always enjoyed the rehearsal room, and Gary Owen has written a part to die for. Rainey just sung from the page. My job is to borrow her soul and go all out to inhabit her. Director Rachel O'Riordan held my hand.



And I've got just the best pals to share the stage with - Hedydd Dylan and Morfydd Clark play my daughters, Simon Armstrong my brother, Alexander Riley my maid, Matthew Bulgo my nemesis and Richard Mylan my daughter's beau. All completely brilliant.





And now our run has been extended till Nov 3, so that gives us just a fortnight more playtime. Please come and join us if you can. We're at the Sherman Theatre, Cardiff till Friday Nov 3. You can book tickets here 
https://uk.patronbase.com/_ShermanTheatre/Productions/TCO/Performances



See you in the bar!

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