George Fisher (dramatist)

George Fisher (dramatist)

George Fisher (1909 - 1970) was a Welsh language dramatist and theatrical producer, born in Bargoed, Glamorgan.

As a dramatist he is best known for "Y Lleoedd Pell", "Y Blaidd-Ddyn" and "Awena", as well as for the verse drama "Y Ferch a'r Dewin" (1958).

Fisher attended Lewis School Pengam.

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