From one of Britain's most celebrated dramatists comes a new play about growing up, healing and rock n' roll.

‘The Band Back Together‘ by Barney Norris tells the story of Joe, Ross and Ellie who used to be in a band and are drawn back together for one night only to play a benefit gig in their hometown. The three former bandmates find a community reeling from a poisoning and a pandemic. 

The Band were pretty good too, making waves across a rugged patchwork the pubs and clubs. They even had a song on Radio 2. But that was all a decade ago and the songs, the stories, the secrets are long since buried. Until now.

Will the old songs still work their magic? And just how far has time thrown these friends from their younger selves?

Supported by Night Out/Noson Allan and Arts Council England, the performance will be showing at Letterston Memorial Hall on Friday, April 12, with the doors opening 7pm and the show starting at 7:30pm.

Tickets are on sale from Letterston Post Office or Letterston Village Store or Naturals in Fishguard: call 07875 217699.