First portrayal of production since WWII set for the stage

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First portrayal of production since WWII set for the stage

A play which premiered in the West End as the Second World War came to an end has returned to London for its first professional production in 75 years.

The Wind Of Heaven was written by Emlyn Williams, dubbed the Welsh Noel Coward, and tells the story of a childless community who rediscovers its faith after tragedy.

Castmembers Rhiannon Neads and Seiriol Tomos are among the cast. 

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