5 Great Shows From Centrestage Cymru Reviewed!

Centrestage Cymru have just completed a sell-out run of their latest stage success Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. The musical, complete with colourful vibrant sets, comical characterisations, uplifting song and dance routines and various transports of delight including motorcycles, balloons and flying cars repeatedly wowed the audience over its four-night run.

Since Centrestage Cymru were formed in 2012, they’ve brought some phenomenal shows to the Dolman Theatre including Whistle Down the Wind, Grease, Singin’ in the Rain, Sister Act, Evita and, earlier in 2019, Annie! Centrestage Cymru have already announced their next two musicals for 2020, Saturday Night Fever and Oliver!

In the meantime, check out our reviews for Centrestage Cymru’s last five shows!

Sister Act
October 25-28, 2017

“Flares, platform boots, bushy moustaches and Afro hairstyles contribute an authenticity to some of the dance numbers that take place.”

Top Hat
April 25-28, 2018

“There were many cast members, be they leads, support, singers or dancers that made the hairs on my back stand on end with admiration and nostalgia.”

October 24-27, 2018

Under the direction of Claudia Barnes and choreography from Sharon Higgins, principal and ensemble cast gel to perfection with a magnificent representation of the show.

May 1-4, 2019

“The biggest accolade must be given to Felicity Davies as the feisty Annie who managed to elicit the right amount of empathy from the audience and tackled the huge, solo musical numbers, Maybe and Tomorrow with confidence.”

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
November 20-23, 2019

“Praise undoubtedly should go to the technical team for creating one of the most iconic moments in local theatre history as the car takes flight!”

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