“A measured and provoking drama, confident in its craftsmanship…A powerhouse of emotion”. Kate Stratton Evening Standard.
“Ian Rowlands is undisputedly one of Wales’ most interesting and exciting playwrights” David Adams. Harold becomes obsessed with an image of an actress, to find her he journeys into the evils of society.
In a disused custom house on the edge of a new European state two men dream of crossing the border and starting a new life. Will they find the determination to fulfil their dream? A brilliant emerging young Cardiff based playwright.
At its first performance at the Edinburgh Fringe in 1966 Observer critic Ronald Bryden called Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead “the most brilliant debut by a young playwright since John Arden”.