The Making of Tin Town with Kevin Allen at Festival No.6 2017

Tom Grieve, Cinema Editor

The Making of Tin Town with Kevin Allen at Festival No.6 at Portmeirion, 7 — 10 September 2017 Tickets from £120 — Book now

Festival No.6 welcome back writer-director Kevin Allen to talk about the making of Tin Town, the long-awaited sequel to the 1997 Swansea-set cult classic, Twin Town.

Starring Rhys Ifans and his brother Llŷr as the Lewis Twins, the original film was a riotous, scuzzy venture into a drug-filled vision of Swansea. Set within a clandestine homegrown weed producing community in West Wales, Tin Town will shoot this summer. We’re promised that the twins will return alongside a few new characters. Who knows what scrapes they will get into this time?

This event is a must for all of you who witnessed the Twin Town reunion at Festival No.6 three years ago.

The Making of Tin Town with Kevin Allen at Festival No.6 at Portmeirion, 7 — 10 September 2017 Tickets from £120 Book now

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