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.
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New Welsh Drama Imrie To Tour Wales Following Sherman Theatre Premiere
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.
Book Now To Hear Lighthouse Theatre’s Radio Presentation of It’s A Wonderful Life for Free
As the pandemic continues, many people across the world have turned to online streaming for their dose of theatrical entertainment, particularly presented in the medium of audio drama.
Andy Parsons – Healing The Nation In South Wales
A year and a half since his last tour Peak Bullsh*t, household name and nonsense-nailer Andy Parsons is back on the road with Healing the Nation.
Laughter Lines: Andy Parsons on Healing The Nation
Andy Parsons is on a mission with his new stand-up tour. In one simple nutshell, he’s looking to heal this divided nation. Brian Donaldson talks to the comedian.
“Say When” – One Man’s Wrestle with Diet – To Tour South Wales!
Welsh theatre company, Living Pictures is producing a new comedy drama, Say When, about one man’s ‘Wrestle’ with all things diet, and tours across South Wales this autumn.
National Theatre Wales Take Peggy’s Song Across Wales Venues
Katherine Chandler’s touchingly funny monologue, starring Christian Patterson tours venues in Wales this autumn.
Game-Changing Play, peeling To Tour Following International Women’s Day Premiere
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.