Stand-up star Angela Barnes is probably best-known for her appearances on Live at the Apollo, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown and as a regular panellist on Mock The Week. She is a fabulous, flame-haired comedian, never short of a snappy quip, positively bursting with stories and jokes.
Sweetshop Revolution has worked with school children across Wales to find out what exactly makes them tick, what are their hopes and dreams and what is important to them post-pandemic. The result is a show full of fun, joy, hopes and dreams suitable for all the family touring to Memo Arts Centre, Torch Theatre and Aberystwyth Arts Centre this Spring.
Elan Davies and Rebecca Wilson have been announced as the cast for the world premiere of Imrie by Nia Morais, one of the most exciting voices in Welsh theatre. Imrie is a co-production between Sherman Theatre and Frân Wen. Gethin Evans, Artistic Director of Frân Wen, directs this magical story for young adults and upwards about hope and bravery.
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.
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.
Arnold Evans play Novello & Son is set to make a return to the stage for a short tour across Wales this summer. Featuring Rosamund Shelley as Clara Novello Davies and Gavin Roberts as her accompanist, the play was received to great acclaim when performed around England and Wales prior to the pandemic.
Stand-up star Andy Parson’s previously postponed ‘Healing the Nation’ tour is now back on the road and hits three Welsh venues in the coming week.
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.
Tickets are now on sale for That’ll Be The Day’s 35th Anniversary show, returning to the Torch Theatre, Milford Haven, for two nights – Thursday 6 and Friday 7 August.
The Torch Theatre’s popular Movies & Memories film screenings continue, with a rare chance to enjoy on the big screen Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King And I (Thursday 5 March, 2.00pm), one of the most popular musicals in cinema history.