The Last Snow of Winter 2013

The Last Snow of Winter  was performed in the Weston Studio at Wales Millennium Centre from Thursday 5th - Saturday 7th December, 2013.

Inspired by stories of great journeys, Hijinx’s community theatre group, Odyssey, embark on a quest of their own. Taking only a suitcase they trek into the unknown, but where they’ve come from and where they are going, no-one seems to know!

An epic journey of laughter and sorrow, of loves lost and found, and of miracles and monsters. Will they be home by Christmas or remain lost in the wilderness until the last snow of winter?

Odyssey were delighted to team up again with writer Philip Michell forThe Last Snow of Winter, which also featured pupils from Woodlands High School.

Our thanks go to Wales and West Utilities, Legal and General and Arts & Business Cymru who generously supported the show.

Take a look at our Gallery for dress rehearsal and behind-the-scenes photos ofThe Last Snow of Winter.

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