A bittersweet drama about life, love, loss, and sculpture.
One night, deep in the forests of 12th-century West Wales, the celebrated rebel Prince Emrys is hunted to his death by his brother Prince Geraint. Eight hundred years later nothing much has happened to the town of Treianto, and the town council have decided to erect a statue to its Prince. But what did he look like? How was he killed? Why was the page left holding the horse? And does any of this matter with a juicy grant cheque in the offing?
‘an exhilarating and richly enjoyable play’
— Theatre Wales