“We’re renaming the house Miramar. It’s a mixture of our names Miriam and Martin, Mir-a-mar, do you get it?”
On the death of her husband, 74 year old Enid is forced to sell the house she’s lived in for most of her life. She watches from her neighbours’ window as the new owners arrive to transform it into their new holiday home. They renovate it, rename it and finally return to the city, leaving the house empty. Enid, now homeless, decides to take matters into her own hands.
A darkly funny debut show from Cardiff based company Triongl exploring what it is we call ‘home’.
+ Post show discussion with Llamau, Wales’ leading homelessness charity working with young people and vulnerable women on Thu 11 June.
+ Bilingual Welsh/English performance on Fri 12 June
Supported by The Arts Council of Wales