Tim Hartley on “Kicking off in North Korea”

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Tim Hartley on “Kicking off in North Korea” – Saturday 28th of April 13:00 – Mark Waghorn Designs “Reading Room”‘

Book Ticket: £8

Actor and writer Geraint Lewis in conversation with the author Tim Hartley.
This is a book for anyone who has an interest not just in football and travel, but in people. In it we find contemporary history and reportage. Football fans will recognise the wider context of the beautiful game and seasoned travellers will smirk as they recognise themselves in awkward, alien situations.

Tim Hartley ar “Kicking off in North Korea”

Dyma lyfr i rai sydd â diddordeb, nid yn unig ym mhêl droed a theithio, ond ym mhobl. Ynddo cawn hanes cyfoes ac adroddiadau. Bydd dilynwyr pêl droed yn adnabod cyd-destun ehangach y gêm brydferth a bydd teithwyr profiadol yn crechwenu wrth iddynt adnabod eu hunain mewn sefyllfaoedd lletchwith, anghyfarwydd. 

 

Originally from Tregaron, Ceredigion, actor and writer Geraint Lewis has been writing professionally since 1984 for television, radio and theatre. 

His most recent theatre piece was performed in the Tafwyl Festival 2014, namely ‘Perci/Parciau’ (Dirty Protest).

His second novel, Daw Eto Haul (Carreg Gwalch), was long listed for the Academi Welsh Book of the Year in 2004. Since 1981 he has also acted professionally in numerous productions, including the part of DS Carwyn Phillips in the detective series Heliwr/A Mind to Kill and appearing in ‘Y Gwyll/Hinterland’, ‘Rownd a Rownd’, ‘Under Milk Wood’, ‘Gwaith/Cartref’

 

Yn wreiddiol o Dregaron, Ceredigion, mae’r actor ac awdur Geraint Lewis wedi bod yn ysgrifennu’n broffesiynol i’r teledu, radio a theatr ers 1984.

Perfformiwyd ei waith diweddaraf yng ngŵyl Tafwyl yn 2014, sef ‘Perci/Parciau’ (Dirty Protest).

Rhoddwyd ei ail nofel, Daw Eto Haul (Carreg Gwalch) ar restr hir am wobr Lyfr y Flwyddyn yr Academi yn 2004. Ers 1981 mae wedi actio’n broffesiynol mewn nifer o gynyrchiadau gan gynnwys rhan DS Carwyn Phillips yn y gyfres dditectif “Heliwr/ A Mind to Kill” ac ymddangosodd yn “Y Gwyll/ Hinterland”, “Rownd a Rownd”, “Dan y Wenallt” a “Gwaith Cartref”.

 

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