Matthew Trevannion

Plays by Matthew Trevannion

All But Gone  

Bloomsbury Publishing
Type: Text

Love is the rarest of's the rarest trick...and we feel entitled to it, don't we?

Owen may live in the present but his mind remains lodged firmly in the past. As he's forced into a relationship with a teenager with emotional behavioural problems he blurs aspects of his current life with the memories of what might have been and the opportunities and relationships that could have changed his world. Riddled with regret over the man he loved and the chance to flee rural Wales he's unable to detach himself from past mistakes.

An exciting new play by an established Welsh writer inspired by experiences working at an emotional behavioral difficulty education unit. All But Gone explores a man's relationship with his past as two world collide and his fractured mind merges the life he once knew with the lonely world in which he exists. 

Matthew Trevannion's work as an author includes All But Gone (The Other Room Theatre); Ours of the Day, Radio Play (BBC Radio, Dylan Thomas Centenary, 2015, Aris Theatre, Atlanta USA, 2017); Leviathan (Sherman Cymru, co-Production with Oran Mor, Glasgow, 2015); Little Dogs (National Theatre Wales, 2012, as part of a group); Bruised (Theatre Clwyd, 2012, Nominated for best new play, Writers Guild of Wales Awards). Matthew is also an actor. He trained at Rose Bruford College and has performed in productions for companies such as National Theatre Wales, National Theatre Scotland, Frantic Assembly as well as productions on London’s West End.