Tickets for Contemporancient Theatre’s production of ‘“Sanctuary – The Secrets of the Gunter Mansion” are on sale now. Casting for the play, that looks at both the historic and contemporary story of refuge and building on the Abergavenny as a town of Sanctuary, has taken place under direction of Neil Maidman and the writer of the play, Vic Mills.
Theatrau Sir Gâr’s (Carmarthenshire Theatres) first ever production is touring until May 26. Golygfeydd o’r Pla Du by Chris Harris is a dark and mischievous black (death) comedy about crisis and corruption set in the forgotten and lawless village of Pentreufargirec, 1348.
Legendary cricket commentator and broadcaster, Henry Blofeld OBE, known amongst his many fans as Blowers and famed for his plummy tones and all-round good humour, invites you to join him in a brand-new show at Abergavenny’s Borough Theatre, My Dear Old Things.
The surroundings of Abergavenny Castle with its dramatic views is to make an idyllic setting for open air theatre this summer. The Castle, home to MonLife Heritage’s Abergavenny Museum, is playing host to three light-hearted productions from professional touring theatre companies that are great for family audiences.
Three classic examples of live performance have been scheduled by Abergavenny Museum for a summer season of outdoor theatre at Abergavenny Castle Grounds
Diane Parkes spoke to Horrible Histories creator Terry Deary about the success of the series
Abergavenny Train Station is among several new and surprising locations across the UK hosting Art Night 2021, a free month-long contemporary art festival. The presentation launches local organisation Peak Cymru’s new cultural space, Platfform 2, on the southbound side of the railway track.
Prepare yourself for a live history lesson like no other!
Andy Howells travels back to June 22 1963.when The Beatles played their only gig at Abergavenny Town Hall with support from The Fabulous Fortunes.
In response to the Prime Minister’s statement on Monday evening, advising the UK public to avoid unnecessary social contact due to the coronavirus pandemic, including in theatres, Abergavenny Borough Theatre have suspended their presentations with immediate effect until at least April 30th.