The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Returns To South Wales this Autumn

In autumn 2023 Black RAT Productions and Blackwood Miners’ Institute are to present a brand-new comedy based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s most celebrated sleuth in The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.

Touring Welsh Comedy – Golygfeydd o’r Pla Du – Will Be An “Outrageous Experience”

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.

“It Just Spilled Out Of Me” : Anthony Bunko Discusses Knuckles – A Welsh Valleys Play Destined for Edinburgh Fringe!

Gurnwah & RCT Theatres co-production of Anthony Bunko’s play Knuckles is to head out on tour this week.

Inspiring Fight For Justice and Equality Celebrated in Touring Musical Tic Toc

A formidable female cast of Wales’ highly respected actresses will star in Tic Toc; an uplifting musical in both Welsh and English when the tour opens at Cardiff’s Chapter Arts Centre this week.

Welsh Rugby Star Embarks On Tour With Son As The Lion Speaks Tonight!

Rugby legend Scott Quinnell is set to bare all with an evening of hilarious tales, and colourful pictures from his life. The brand-new show entitled The Lion Speaks Tonight which also features songs performed by Scott’s son, Steele will tour venues across Wales and beyond this autumn.

Welsh Storyteller’s Chance Discovery of Letters Leads To Tour of One-Man Show: The Gods Are All Here

Welsh Storyteller Phil Okwedy is to share an incredible story about a chance discovery of past and family history. The Gods Are All Here will tour across Wales this May and June, and later again in autumn 2022.

Young People Inspire New Roustabout Play, This Island’s Mine at Blackwood Miners Institute

Bristol’s  theatre company: Roustabout worked with 195 primary and secondary students to develop its new show, This Island’s Mine in early 2020.

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