20.6.20 30 Days Wild #20 ‘Go tell the bees’

Mae’r byd natur yn gwmni ac yn gysur cyson i fi. Mae fy ngwaith fel actor yn bleser pur pan gai’r cyfle i’w brofi. Pan mae’r ddau yn dod at ei gilydd – mae bywyd yn eitha cyflawn.

Sdim gwell enghraifft o hynny na’r sioe “Gofynnwch wrth Wallace’ i Theatr Na n’Og. Sioe sy’n crynhoi uchelgais f’atgofion actio.

Ac heno, ar ddiwrnod hirddydd haf, mi fyddai’n perfformio’n fyw gyda NTW ar ‘Go Tell the Bees’. Yn fyw – ac ar lein. Yn fyw – ac yn rhithiol. Yn fyw – ac o gartre’. Yn fyw – heb ôl troed carbon. Falle nad yw hynny’n wyllt iawn o safbwynt #30DiwrnodGwyllt, ond mi fyddai’n cysylltu da natur ac yn mwynhau glased o gwrw tu allan wrth ffarwelio ar ddiwrnod heuldro’r haf 2020.

The natural world is such an important connective sustenance for me. The chance to engage with acting work is simply my idea of a perfect job. Put the two together, and there is nothing better.

The best example of this is my work with Theatr Na n’Og on ‘You should ask Wallace’ which is simply the epitome of the ideal combination.

Tonight, I have another opportunity to combine both elements. I’m lucky enough to be involved with ‘Go tell the Bees’ for National Theatre Wales.

So, it may not be a direct contact with nature for #30DaysWild today, but I’ll be talking to the bees and then enjoying a beer outside to celebrate the solstice 2020. I’ll be home, online, in a virtual performance, with zero carbon emission and zero theatrical set or costume waste. That seems like a good outcome for 30 Days Wild to me. Iechyd da!

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