A North Wales theatre is thrilled that one of its productions has been adapted into an hour-long BBC Four TV drama.

Written by Welsh playwrigh, screenwriter and Theatr Clwyd board member Tim Price and directed by the Mold theatre's artistic director Tamara Harvey, Isla originally premiered at Theatr Clwyd, as a co-production with The Royal Court, in October 2021, running for three weeks.

The play introduces us to the very relatable and lonely Roger, who needs company during lockdown. When his daughter Erin buys him the latest Isla digital assistant, an unexpected relationship between man and technology emerges. The play was well received with four-star reviews from The Stage and What's On Stage.

Rondo Media have worked in partnership with Theatr Clwyd to create the one-hour programme for the BBC. The show will welcome back all the original stage cast - Mark Lambert, Lisa Zahra and Catrin Aaron. The piece will once again be directed by Theatr Clwyd's artistic director Tamara Harvey.

• Catch Isla on BBC 4 Sunday, June 12 at 9pm, then available on iPlayer - bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0018b47