This week, Theatre Adhoc in partnership with Congress Theatre, Cwmbran launch The Virtual New Writing Festival 2020! At the beginning of lockdown, Theatre Adhoc’s My Mother Said I Never Should was the final live production to play Cwmbran’s Congress Theatre. However, rather than just close the theatre doors the staff came up with the geniusContinue reading “Theatre Adhoc Launch Virtual New Writing Festival 2020”
Picture Special from the #lightitinred campaign.
This weeks Flashback Friday celebrates six music stars from the 1960s.
As the lights went down on venues across the UK, Theatre Adhoc played a theatrical swansong with its performance of Charlotte Keatley’s My Mother Said I Never Should at the Congress Theatre, Cwmbran.
Mid Wales Opera’s SmallStages team romps onto stage this Autumn with a riotous restoration comedy – a radical reworking of John Gay’s 1728 work, The Beggar’s Opera. Join Mrs Peachum, her daughter Polly and the Beggar himself in their bawdy, ballsy take on relationships and the relative virtues of virginity. Mrs Peachum’s Guide to LoveContinue reading “Mid Wales Opera To Tour With “Bawdy and Ballsy” Mrs Peachum’s Guide to Love and Marriage”
Theatre Adhoc return with a second evening of new writing after the success of their inaugural event in 2018.
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”
Ahead of South Wales dates in Swansea and Cwmbran, Andy Howells recently caught up with New Amen Corner vocalist, Glen Leon to discuss Bringing on Back The 60s.
We review Frank Ifield’s show at Cwmbran’s Congress Theatre on May 26th, 2018
The UK’s official number one Tina Turner tribute (as voted by the Agents Association of Great Britain), Totally Tina, plays Cwmbran’s Congress Theatre