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Double Top

Hilarious  comedy about a darts team called The Lion Girls. 


Written by Sion Edwards, Script Editor, Gareth Gwynn, and

starring Sue Roderick, Mali Ann Rees, Laura Dalgleish,

Richard Elis and Geraint Wyn Edwards


Beena and Amrit for Radio Wales

A new sitcom starring comedian Priya Hall (Live at the BBC) and Shobna Gulati (Dinnerladies), Beena and Amrit follows 20-something Beena, who’s moved back in with her eccentric, free spirited mother, Amrit, in a small village in the Valleys. 

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Welcome Strangers

A comedy sketch show inspired by the lyrical poetry of this fair land, set among our beautiful rolling hills and our breath-taking mountain vistas. Featuring a band of quirky characters - from Huberty Puberty, the teenage boy who is always lying about his age to the Mermaid who washes up in Port Talbot looking a bit the worse for wear and the bickering elderly ladies perplexed by Snapchat and up in arms about street food.


Written by and starring a chorus of our most thrilling female comic talents: Sarah Breese (Tourist Trap), Mali-Ann Rees ( Tourist Trap), Beth Granville (Foiled), Sian Harries (Tourist Trap), Kath Hughes (Gein’s Family Giftshop), and Ruth Madoc as The Narrator, this is a sketch show unlike any you’ve ever heard. Recorded in front of an audience at St David’s Hall


Script Editor - Gareth Gwynn; Producer - Sarah Breese; 
Executive Producer - Sara Allen 


Stand Yp and Pwnc Pum Munud

Welsh language stand up from around Wales for S4C Comedi.

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Beena and Amrit for BBC Wales & iPlayer

Written by Sarah Breese and Priya Hall, who also stars alongside Meera Syal. 

21-year-old Beena is young, spirited and fancy free. She's just finished a degree in politics and the world is her oyster - until she is unexpectedly forced to move back to the valleys to look after her irresponsible 40-something mother, Amrit. Having recently divorced Beena's stepdad, Amrit is also keen to shake things up.


Soon enough, Beena finds herself playing referee between her free-spirited mother and her Indian, conservative extended family. It's frustrating, but not forever and at least she can see more of her long term (but still secret) boyfriend, Idris.

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