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
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.