In taxis and nightclubs. On railway bridges and in libraries. Walking through a British military range in the Brecon Beacons, or investigating a terraced house near Snowdon. From March 2010 to March the following year, theatre audiences could be spotted throughout the nation exploring the everyday places and extraordinary landscapes of Wales. That was the […]
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