Posted: Fri 23rd Nov 2018

Glyndwr students take part in event to mark World War One Centenary

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Friday, Nov 23rd, 2018

Students from Wrexham Glyndwr University were among those invited to take part in a Remembrance event for World War One at Wrexham Library.

The students, from the university’s BA (Hons) Theatre, Television and Performance degree, were among various groups in the Wrexham community who took part in the event, alongside poets, playwrights, historians, musicians and more.

Senior lecturer and director of the play, Elen Mai Nefydd, said: “We were very pleased to take part in this event, which helped commemorate one hundred years since the Armistice.

“Our students performed several pieces from this year’s end of term production, Oh What a Lovely War, which commemorates and comments upon the First World Ward using the songs of the time.”

More information about the production can be found here: https://store.glyndwr.ac.uk/product-catalogue/conference-events/events/theatre-production-oh-what-a-lovely-war

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