A WELSH theatre company is bringing thought-provoking climate change discussions to theatre audiences in Caernarfon and Bangor.

Cwmni Pendraw is touring the country with 2071, an environmental, multi-media project, during January and February.

The adapted play is based on the words of a climate scientist as he reviews his life and career and looks to what type of future his grandchild might inherit by the year 2071.

Wyn Bowen Harries, who directs and plays the main character, has updated the original stage play by Professor Chris Rapley and Duncan Macmillan.

It now includes new images and newly-composed music and songs from musicians Angharad Jenkins and Gwilym Bowen Rhys.

Bowen Harries says: “Though this is a serious topic, our narrator ends on a positive note – that we do have opportunities to face the challenges ahead.

“I hope that our audience will leave the theatre thinking about changes that they can make to contribute to preserving our wonderful planet.”

The company is now hoping to bring the Welsh language show to schools and colleges.

It can be seen across Wales and is showing locally at Stiwdio 2 Galeri, Caernarfon on January 19 at 1.30pm (schools) and 7.30pm and at Stiwdio, Pontio, Bangor on February 6 at 11am (schools) and 7.30pm.

For more information, email Casi Wyn at casi.pendraw@gmail.com