Chippy Lane's Podcast
S2 Ep 3: THE GIRL IN THE MIRROR
27 Mar 2020 · 7 mins
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Welcome to Chippy Lane’s Podcast, series two the PICTURES / LLUNIAU PROJECT. This series celebrates Welsh and Wales-based writers and their stories. Each episode focuses on a new writer, a personal picture of there’s and a story they want to share with you. So, sit back and enjoy. 

‘The Girl in the Mirror’Written by Kelly Jones and performed by Gwendolyn Anslow

Kelly is Wales based Playwright from Dagenham.  She was the winner of the BBC Drama Award in 2014. She has recently completed the Emerging Playwrights Program at The Bush Theatre. Kelly has a passion for community and social change projects, particularly with the LGBTQ community and her queer identity is very important to her work.

Directed by Ioan Hefin who is based in West Wales and has worked as an actor for 34 years. Ioan’s one man show, ‘You should ask Wallace’ recently toured to Indonesia with Theatr na nOg.  During 2019, he received R&D funding to write and develop a new Welsh language theatre script. The piece is called ‘Gaea’ and explores the fragility of the human race with particular references to the ‘Gaia’ theory. The development work is ongoing!Ioan is currently working on taking the one man show ‘You should ask Wallace’ to Indonesia with Theatr na nOg and has recently received R&D funding to, as a writer and director  to explore a new Welsh language theatre script that is aimed at a young, contemporary audience. That piece is called ‘Gaea’ and it will hopefully have a very feisty and contemporary energy.

Gwendolyn is an European actor based in Cardiff, Gwen started their acting career in Film & TV, The Italian Key(2011), Le Sorelle Karamazov (2015). After becoming a BA Acting graduate Gwen found Inclusive theatre, working with and for Hijinx Theatre with neurodivergent actors whilst continuing to work as an actor, performer and Voice over artist themselves.

This podcast was recorded by Steve Bennett in Cardiff. Produced by Steve Bennett Edited by Rebecca Jade HammondMusic by Grand TraditionAdditional Music: Very Low Note by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4581-very-low-noteLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Chippy Lane's Podcast 2 is generously supported by The Carne Trust, individual donations and the generosity of the creatives giving up their time and talents to this series. 

For more episodes subscribe to our podcast on Itunes, Spotify and our website www.chippylaneproductions.co.uk

THIS PODCAST CONTAINS STRONG LANGUAGE.

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