Y SŴN (12A) Wales 2022, 89 mins (Welsh Language, English subtitles ), Cyfarwyddwr/Director Lee Haven Jones, Producer/Author Roger Williams.
Cast: Mark Lewis Jones, Sian Reese-Williams, Rhodri Evan.

Tickets £5 (£3 under 15s) on the door


Margaret Thatcher swept to power in 1979 with a manifesto that promised to establish a Welsh language television channel. Months into her premiership, she reneged on her promise and sparked protests in Wales. Against a backdrop of civil disobedience, the iconic politician Gwynfor Evans vows to starve to death unless the government changes its mind. One of the most colourful chapters of modern Welsh history told in an imaginative and unique style.

‘This film has been made with cinema audiences in mind… there’s something incredibly exciting about us coming together to watch the film. We want it to be a social experience where people can gather together and then hopefully engage in conversations with people present at the screening, sparking debate about some of the issues explored… The story has resonance about so much that is relevant to Wales today. ’ – Roger Williams.