Theatr Clwyd will be live streaming world premiere Of Laura Wade’s “Home I’m Darling” — a co-production with the National Theatre. The play is on view through July 14, 2018.
According to an official release, as part of the previously announced pilot project with Anglo-Danish technology company, Streamer, Liam Evans-Ford, Executive Director and Artistic Director of Theatr Clwyd, announced that “Home, I’m Darling,” their current co- production with the National
Theatre, will be the theatre’s first live streaming.
Tamara Harvey, director of “Home, I’m Darling” and cast members Katherine Parkinson and Richard Harrington are available for a Live Chat with an audience of Theatr Clwyd Members in the Emlyn Williams Theatre. “It is a chance to delve behind the gingham curtains and perfectly pinned curls to hear
behind-the-scenes stories and insights into the creation and production of this dark comedy about sex, cake and the quest to be the perfect 1950s housewife by Laura Wade,” says the release. Katherine Parkinson plays Judy in this dark comedy about one woman’s quest to be the perfect housewife.
The venue hopes to reach a wider audience through this initiative. The show will also be live streamed into three local care homes on July 14, 2018. “This is part of the theatre’s wider community engagement programme, which aims to develop the use of live streaming to reach a wider, even global audience for the theatre’s work,” adds the release.
Live Streaming at Theatr Clwyd is a joint pilot project with Anglo-Danish technology company, Streamer. They have developed a product that easily enables online broadcasts to be created with professional quality and be received by anyone watching on a tablet, smartphone or computer.
Theatr Clwyd is a theatre in Wales – a beacon of excellence looking across the Clwydian Hills, only forty minutes from Liverpool. “Led by the team of Tamara Harvey and Liam Evans-Ford, they are going from strength to strength producing world-class theatre, from new plays to classic revivals,” adds the
Founder: Louise Blouin