When award-winning Welsh neo-folk band Calan play a series of three Welsh homecoming live shows at Aberystwyth Arts Centre (on 24th November), Ponterdawe Arts Centre (on 25th November) and Cardiff Welsh College of Music & Drama (on 1st December), lead singer Bethan Rhiannon’s pet cat Chelsea will be dancing with her. And you can get in on the action too.
Following the success of the best-selling novel Pigeon by Welsh author Alys Conran, Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru and Theatr Iolo are thrilled to be presenting Pijin | Pigeon, a Welsh stage adaptation by playwright Bethan Marlow and directed by Theatr Iolo’s Artistic Director, Lee Lyford. The play, which is in association with Pontio, will tour to venues across Wales in spring 2023.
Wales’ two national theatre companies, National Theatre Wales and Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru, have combined talents to tour Wales with a new production of Fabrice Melquiot’s play, Petula, currently playing Cardiff’s Sherman Theatre.
Due to the ongoing public health issues with Coronavirus, Rumours of Fleetwood Mac has rescheduled its 2020 UK tour dates.
Music Theatre Wales’ Artistic Director Michael McCarthy Discusses Denis & Katya which premieres at Newport’s Riverfront & Arts Centre in February 2020 before touring in March.
Mark thinks Every Little Thing’s Gonna Be Alright, which also happens to be his tour om the spring of early 2020.
Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru and Sherman Theatre are proud to announce that they will be co-producing the world premiere performances of Daf James’s new play Tylwyth which will open at Sherman Theatre before touring to theatres across Wales.
Music Theatre Wales has won The Fedora Prize for Opera for their co-production with Opera Philadelphia and Opéra Orchestre National Montpellier of Denis & Katya by Philip Venables and Ted Huffman.
Award-winning theatre company Taking Flight are to present Award-winning playwright Kaite O’Reilly’s Award-Winning, darkly-comic play peeling as part of a programme to open on International Women’s Day ahead of a spring tour across Wales.
Four years on from the launch of GRAV at Parc-Y-Scarlets, Llanelli, the remarkable one-man show has seen no shortage of milestones – However, Monday 18 February is a date that will remain in the hearts and minds of all involved for years to come.