was awarded to
Illumine Theatre Company Ltd

Friday 29 September 2017

Arts Council of Wales

To stage the world premiere of 2023, a new play, set in Cardiff in the year when a 2005 law change comes into effect and children born as a result of gamete donation will be able to trace their biological parents. The play has been developed with the help of Cardiff University's Professor Jacky Boivin and draws on issues such as congenital deafness, homosexual reproduction and Welsh cultural identity within the UK and Brexit-era Europe.

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