Alasdair Wallace (they/he) takes the audience to Crete at the beginning of recorded history. This deeply personal retelling of the myth of Iphis is about growing up knowing that you’re different. It’s about having to hide who you are to survive. It’s about that first horrible crush. And it is, to an extent, about being stranded in Swansea before the first day of the rest of your life.

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