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Baner Imrie


It's the party that changes her world forever.

Josie discovers a magical underwater party that's better than any human party ever. It's a world where she finds her true self - and Imrie Sallow.

Above the water she feels lost in a world where she doesn't belong, with a sister who wants her to be 'happy and normal'. But a family secret emerges from the shadows of the ethereal world that changes everything.

Imrie, the new play by Nia Morais (Crafangau / Claws, A Midsummer Night’s Dream Sherman Theatre), is a magical story for young adults and upwards about hope and bravery.

Directed by Gethin Evans (Woof, Ynys Alys, Galwad).


  • Sherman Theatre, Cardiff 11 - 20 May
  • Canolfan Celfyddydau Pontardawe 23 May
  • Canolfan Celfyddydau Aberystwyth 24 May
  • Galeri, Caernarfon 25 - 26 May
  • Theatr Clwyd, Mold 6 June
  • Pontio, Bangor 7-8 June
  • Torch, Milford Haven 10 June
  • The Riverfront, Newport 14 June
  • Yr Egin, Carmarthen 15 June
  • Canolfan Garth Olwg, Pontypridd 16 June


Nia Morais arrived as one of the most exciting voices in Welsh theatre in the midst of the pandemic with the release of her first play Crafangau as part of Sherman Theatre’s Heart of Cardiff audio series which was later staged in outdoor performances. Now Writer in Residence at Sherman Theatre, and following her work adapting A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Welsh alongside Mari Izzard.

Playwright: Nia Morais

Director: Gethin Evans

Producers: Frân Wen and Sherman Theatre