Hanna Jarman opens in Trwy’r Ddinas Hon (Through The City) at Sherman Cymru. The trio of plays explore ideas of power, belonging and independence, inspired by the dark corners and open spaces of the Capital.
Llwch O’r Pileri By Dyfed Edwards
The Swastika is flying above and the jackboot is pounding the pavements. Welcome to Wales in 1958, shining star of the Reich and World Cup Winners. But the Führer is on his way to Cardiff to celebrate and a teacher has just hours to save the souls of her pupils. But how do you succeed in a world where friends are enemies and everyone’s a traitor?
Myfanwy Yn Y Moorlands By Sharon Morgan
When a woman finds herself on Cardiff’s shapeshifting streets, she meets a young stranger intent on taking her on a fantastic journey. But can she tell the difference between reality and illusion?
Traed Bach Concrit By Marged Parry
Lowri and Fflur are enjoying the best seats to witness Cardiff’s destruction. But will protecting the past prove more important than starting again?
Hanna will perform at Sherman Cymru in Cardiff until 29 June.Overview
Hanna Jarman trained at RWCMD. Television credits include lead regular Gwenno on the television series Zanzibar, and series regular on FM both for Rondo, Pen Talar for Fiction Factory and Reit Tu Ol I Ti for S4C.
Theatre credits have seen Hanna perform with the National Youth Theatre of Wales in Magical Myths Of The Mabinogi, Dirty Protest Theatre and Binary at The High Tide Festival. She recently performed in Trwy'r Ddinas Hon (Through The City) at Sherman Cymru in Cardiff.
Hanna is Associate Artist and Director for Not Too Tame Theatre.About Sainou
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