A medieval medical comedy from the pen of South Wales writer, Julia Lewis is set to make its debut at the Abertillery Salvation Army Hall on Saturday, March 12th.
Today’s Throwback Thursday travels back to 2013 and the sixth Abertillery Blues Festival.
Following last year’s sell out performance, The West End at Christmas will be returning to The Met on Friday 13th December for another magical concert filled with hits from the musicals and the best of Christmas song.
If it’s non-stop laughter you’re after, then book your seats for Aladdin, this years’ fun-packed pantomime at The Met, Abertillery from 22nd November to 1st December!
Building on their reputation for producing successful comedy theatre (most recently ‘Blackadder Goes Forth’ and ‘The Vicar of Dibley’), Theatre AdHoc are touring in May with the Frank Vickery comedy, ‘One O’clock from the House’. The play revolves around a family funeral in the Welsh valleys and highlights the tensions between four sisters, recently bereavedContinue reading “Theatre AdHoc Tour With Frank Vickery Conedy – One O’clock from the House”
Rainbow Valley Productions return to The Met this November with their swashbuckling family adventure Peter Pan, starring Owen Money.
Following the huge success of Owen Money’s Jukebox Heroes in 2016, Owen Money is back at The Met in Abertillery
Children of all ages are in for an egg-citing time with a fantastic range of Easter holiday activities at all Aneurin Leisure venues this April.
South Wales based Theatr na nÓg open their new play ‘Nye & Jennie’ by playwright Meredydd Baker, about Aneurin Bevan and Jennie Lee at The Metropole in Abertillery on November 15. This co-production with Aneurin Leisure coincides with the 120th anniversary of Bevan’s birth, and shows another side to the public image of the TredegarContinue reading “Talking Theatre: Actress Louise Collins Discusses Nye And Jennie”