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Shôn’s new show was going to be all about love. But what do you do when you’re writing a show all about love, and everything goes dark? You find a new story. A story with scones after midnight, estate agents, Gandhi-inspired motivational texts, mothers, fathers, families, and Grandmaster Flash.

Possible is a playful and profound piece of storytelling that blurs reality with live music and surreal, cinematic visuals. Funny and endearingly honest, it’s a show about love, resilience and finding the courage to explore the past, in order to shape the future.

“Perfectly judged, unabashedly authentic and vulnerably autobiographical”

★★★★ The Guardian

“Dale-Jones is an exceptional storyteller, delicately weaving together multiple narratives… charming, relatable and authentic”

Exeunt Magazine

“experimental, layered and what Welsh fringe theatre is really about”

Get the Chance

“In using his storytelling skills to tell us what it has been like for him, Dale-Jones makes us consider more deeply what the last year has been like for us.”

Lyn Gardner, Stagedoor

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An audio described introduction to the show will be available before the performance on the National Theatre Wales website here.