Pobl Bachyn is a new short comedy-horror film from Tarot about the triple threat of Welsh folklore, English tourists and (to a lesser degree) being hungover, all set on a farm on Ynys Môn.
Kiri Pritchard-McLean says: “I'm so excited that the first project I've directed is full of comedy talent I admire like Katy Wix, Dean Fagan and Tarot - I've got to say them, really. I'm so happy we got to shoot it all in beautiful North Wales working with an abundance of Welsh talent. Pobl Bachyn will take you on a night out with friends and give you a messy end you'll be talking about for years.”
Pobl Bachyn is written by Adam Drake, Ed Easton, Kath Hughes, Ben Rowse and Kiri Pritchard-McLean who also makes her directorial debut.
The producers are Hal Branson and Alastair Hope-Morley, the executive producer is Henry Widdicombe. Pobl Bachyn is a Little Wander production for BBC iPlayer, BBC Wales and BBC Three. Commissioned for the BBC by Paul Forde and Navi Lamba.