Family and festival audiences across Wales and beyond are in for a treat this Summer as Taking Flight Theatre Company hit the road for the first time in four years with a series of outdoor and indoor shows.
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.
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.
Dartmouth Films has announced the release of Dylan Williams feature documentary Men Who Sing.
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.
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.
National Dance Company Wales’ new tour, Awakening, journeys across the UK this spring, opening in Newport, South Wales, on 1 March, St David’s Day 2019.
The UK’s leading contemporary opera company, Music Theatre Wales, will join forces with National Dance Company Wales to present PASSION a new dance-opera by Pascal Dusapin to tour England and Wales this autumn.
The idyllic image of the 1950s perfect housewife and domestic goddess is about to be shattered in an unsettling new comedy, Home, I’m Darling, a co-production between the National Theatre and Theatr Clywd.