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by Dedwydd Jones

  • ISBN: 0904063178
  • Category: Photo and Art
  • Author: Dedwydd Jones
  • Subcategory: Performing Arts
  • Other formats: doc lit rtf lrf
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Iolo; Revised edition edition (December 1985)
  • Pages: 138 pages
  • FB2 size: 1485 kb
  • EPUB size: 1360 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
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In 1974 the Welsh playwright Dedwydd Jones published Bard: a play on the life and times of Twm O'r Nant, which was . Dictionary of Welsh Biography. National Library of Wales. a b "Twm o'r Nant's former home, Denbigh".

In 1974 the Welsh playwright Dedwydd Jones published Bard: a play on the life and times of Twm O'r Nant, which was commissioned as the opening play of the Sherman Theatre, Cardiff. a b c d Parry, Sir Thomas. EDWARDS, THOMAS (Twm o'r Nant; 1739–1810)". Retrieved 2 June 2015. a b c d e f Lake, A. Cynfael.

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Dedwydd Jones, born Wales. Old guard Welsh Nationalist. Early member Welsh Republican Movement. Taught EFL Bedford School. Theatre journalist for The Stage and Television Today, London. Haverfordwest Grammar School, Latymer Upper School, London. Army, lieutenant, tank transporters, Berlin. Various grants, Arts Council of GB/Wales. Actor/writer BBC TV Wales. First novel The Lily and the Dragon published 2003. The Raven Man (based on the life of Edgar Allan Poe) his second novel, published by AuthorHouse, Autumn 2005.

In 1974 the Welsh playwright Dedwydd Jones published Bard: a play on the life and times of Twm O"r Nant, which .

In 1974 the Welsh playwright Dedwydd Jones published Bard: a play on the life and times of Twm O"r Nant, which was commissioned as the opening play of the Sherman Theatre, Cardiff. In 1974 the Welsh playwright Dedwydd Jones published Bard: a play on the life and times of Twm O"r Nant, which was commissioned as the opening play of the Sherman Theatre, Cardiff.

He was also a 'fabulist' and 'invented' a whole cosmology and mythology relating to Stonehenge and the Druids, and the 'antient Britons,' that is, the Welsh. He incorporated these 'discoveries' into the ceremonies of the Welsh National Festival of Poetry, the 'eisteddfods,' which, quite authentically, date from pre-Christian times.

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Nobody has fought harder for a dignified, lively and honourable theatre in Wales than Dedwydd Jones, the author of this angry book. As playwright, as polemicist, as irrepressible arguer, he has himself been a living exemplar of what a theatrical tradition ought to be. His opponents have been varied and many, but in particular he has always tilted his lance against the bureaucratic pillars of what passes as the theatrical Establishment in Wales.

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