11 Mar

Dwy Gomedi Fer: Gormod o bwdin & Antics yr Antics

Cwmni Drama Llandudoch presents two short Welsh language comedies by Ifan Gruffydd Jones and Peter Hughes Griffiths.


17 Mar

Rob Beckett: Mouth Of The South

Beckett's back with a brand-new hour of funnies and he's taking on the big issues like Kit Kats and flatbread!  Star of BBC1's Live at the Apollo, BBC2's Mock the Week & Channel 4's 8 out of 10 Cats.

**** 'a revelation'  Scotsman

'Relentlessly smiley, perpetually grinning Londoner whose unshowy, unpretentious but thoroughly funny shtick has every chance of winning him a big audience…’   Guardian


3 Mar

The Glass Menagerie: Theatre Pena

Cyd-Gynhyrchiad Theatr Pena | The Riverfront Co-Production

28 Jan

NT Live: Les Liaisons Dangereuses (15)


5 Jun - 5 Jun

Cwmni Theatr Arad Goch: Lleuad Yn Olau

Fairies, ghosts, a king, a farmer...all sorts of characters are awaiting children throughout Wales in this humorous theatre production by Cwmni Theatr Arad Goch.

T.Llew Jones is known as the ‘king of children’s literature’ in Wales and during his centenary celebrations in 2015, Cwmni Theatr Arad Goch will perform a contemporary theatre production based on the famous folk stories from his award winning ‘Lleuad yn Olau’.

This is a Welsh language production. The performance is an hour long and suitable for children aged 6 – 12 and families. 

10 Jun




My Land, My People, My Language

Clwyd Theatr Cymru Theatr ar Gyfer Pobl Ifanc yn Cyflwyno


Patagonia - 150 years ago, 28 May 1865, The Mimosa clipper set sail from Liverpool for Patagonia with a group of hopeful Welsh families on board committed to setting up a Welsh community 7,000 miles away. Against all odds, they succeeded, and there is still a proud Welsh-speaking community in Patagonia today. Mimosa celebrates this achievement, telling this thrilling, courageous and important story in a way that can be enjoyed by all.

16 Aug

Illyria: The Taming Of The Shrew

By William Shakespeare

2 Aug

Illyria: The Sorcerer's Apprentice

Traditional, adapted by Oliver Gray

29 Jul

Illyria: Iolanthe

By Gilbert and Sullivan

19 Jul

Illyria: The Three Musketeers

By Alexandre Dumas

2 Apr

How The Koala Learnt To Hug: The People’s Theatre Company

By Steven Lee                      


Written especially for parents to enjoy with their children, this is a charming tale about the magic of family and, of course, the importance of a nice warm hug!

Join author Steven Lee and a host of wild characters including Natascha the Witch and Karen the Koala for some great stories, sing along songs, superb games and first class hugging.

All you need are your ears.

(And your arms!)

25 May

Kevin Bridges: Work In Progress

Work In Progress plus support
“Britain’s best stand up”  The Sun
“It’s his eye for details that has elevated him to a MUST-SEE act”  Daily Mirror
6 Sep

Sean Hughes

Multi award winning comedian Sean Hughes is back with a new show called Mumbo Jumbo. Throughout his life he has been battling to stay on the right side of sanity. This is because in middle age he has realised that the two sides of his brain are in constant conflict. There is common sense against mumbo jumbo and mumbo jumbo seems to have the upper hand.

23 Apr

Frapetsus: Bred In Heaven - The Road To Twickers

Following on from the 2011 smash hit ‘Bred in Heaven’, Frapetsus productions present a new and exciting comedy based on the Rugby world cup. Last time we followed the fortunes of Maldwyn Novello Pughe – the star of rugby comedy Grand Slam, and friends as they ventured to New Zealand. This time however the challenges lie closer to home at Twickenham, or Twickers as the locals like to call it. We go on tour with a rugby mad group of friends making the journey east along the M4, and over the Severn Bridge in a quest to support our boys in red as they aim to derail the chariot!

10 Mar

Theatre Pena: The Royal Bed

A THEATR PENA co-production with THE RIVERFRONT  

In association with THE TORCH THEATRE



an English language adaptation of SIWAN by SAUNDERS LEWIS


The future lies in her hands….

Easter 1230 and anuneasy truceexists between a divided Wales and England. At the court of the charismatic Prince of North Wales, a catastrophe is about to unfold and dreams of a united Wales will crumble…

6 Mar


Bouncers written by award winning playwright John Godber is a high impact stylised view of today’s urban nightlife. A sharp, edgy look at what goes on late at night in every town, when the pubs are shut and the beers been downed.

It is a comedy with a bleak streak that raises a mirror to the realities and fantasies of nightclub lifestyles. Chosen by the National Theatre as one of the finest plays of the 20th century the play raises questions about violence, relationships, despair, sexuality, sexual dynamics and roles, alcohol, power and friendships.

1 Mar

Les Petits Theatre: Captain Flinn and The Pirate Dinosaur

Join Flinn as he discovers a Pirate hiding in a cupboard, hold on tight as the cupboard falls away and together we tumble into a real life adventure!  All aboard for a non-stop action packed theatrical experience with live music, puppetry, physical performance and dastardly dinosaurs!  Ignite your child's imagination through the magic of theatre and story-telling. Internationally acclaimed theatre company Les Enfants Terribles present their exciting new children's theatre company, Les Petits.  Based on the award winning book by Giles Andreae and Russell Ayto.  


9 Apr

Mitch Benn


I'm a sceptic. But don't take my word for it. Or indeed anybody's. For anything...." and this is the basic premise of Mitch's new critically acclaimed show.  It's a show that will make you laugh a lot and think a bit as well as Mitch debunks myths, exposes nonsense and grapples with the very nature of knowledge itself extolling the virtues of an evidence-based approach to life .... with amusing consequences and of course a few songs along the way.

16 May

Andrew Lawrence

Returning from his critically acclaimed, sell-out Edinburgh 2014 show, Andrew Lawrence, heads back onto the road with Reasons To Kill Yourself.

24 Mar

Rich Hall - 3:10 To Humour

Rich Hall is the star of the critically acclaimed BBC 4 documentaries ‘Rich Hall’s Continental Drifters’, ‘Rich Hall’s The Dirty South’’ and ‘How The West Was Lost’.

3 Mar

The Harri-Parris: The Big Day

A brand new comedy drama with songs from the same creative cow shed that brought you ‘The Leaving Do.’

The Harri-Parris have been preparing for Anni’s wedding for months and want to celebrate the big day with you. Well, not the actual big day, they’re not made of money. How about the night before? The night they’re going to meet Anni’s new fiancé for the first time. And you are invited to come and have a look at him.

23 Mar

Dynamix Performing Arts School: Annie

Following their recent success with the hit show ‘Footloose’, Dynamix Performing Arts School returns with one of the most popular shows ever, 'Annie'. Winner of seven Tony Awards including Best Musical features some of the greatest musical theatre hits ever written including "Tomorrow" like “It’s the Hard Knock Life”. This family friendly spectacular will feature all the students from both Llechryd and Llanddewi Velfrey Performing Art Schools, from ages 3-21! 

13 Nov

Shakespeare Schools Festival 2014

Theatr Mwldan is delighted to mark Shakespeare's 450th birthday by throwing him the biggest party he has ever seen with the largest Shakespeare Schools Festival to date. 35,000 young people will take to professional stages across the UK. 

This year, for the very first time, we’re pioneering the Pembrokeshire Shakespeare Schools Festival. Pembrokeshire schools will be performing here, on our stage, on November 11th, 12th and 13th.

26 Mar


Written and Directed by Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor.

They’ve skewered history, the Bible and the world’s most celebrated playwright, now the Reduced Shakespeare Company tackles the subject it was born to reduce. From the high-brow to the low, The Complete History of Comedy (abridged) covers comedy through the ages, from Aristophanes and Shakespeare and Moliere (Is Moliere funny? Why not?) to Vaudeville and Charlie Chaplin to The Daily Show and Nick Clegg (Is Nick Clegg funny? Why not?)

18 Feb

NT Live: Treasure Island


Robert Louis Stevenson’s story of murder, money and mutiny is brought to life in a thrilling new stage adaptation by Bryony Lavery, broadcast live from the National Theatre.
It’s a dark, stormy night. The stars are out. Jim, the inn-keeper’s granddaughter, opens the door to a terrifying stranger. At the old sailor’s feet sits a huge sea-chest, full of secrets. Jim invites him in – and her dangerous voyage begins.

 Suitable for 10 years +

9 Dec

NT Live: John


Internationally renowned DV8 Physical Theatre bring their powerful new production to the National Theatre.

DV8 Physical Theatre has produced 18 highly acclaimed dance-theatre works and four films for television, which have garnered over 50 national and international awards.

The company’s new production, JOHN, authentically depicts real-life stories, combining movement and spoken word to create an intense and moving theatrical experience.

6 Jul

Alan Carr: Work In Progress


Star of Channel 4’s ‘Alan Carr Chatty Man’ will be trying out new material at these intimate gigs in preparation for a forthcoming tour.


13 Sep

The Good, The Bad and The Welsh: Frapetsus

Following on from the huge success of the hilarious ‘I’ll be there now, in a minute!’  August 2014 sees the return of the loveable Williams family to the Theatre stage.
Dating disaster Rhodri has achieved the impossible. He’s finally found the woman of his dreams, but can he escape from his Mam’s meddling ways?  Can Dad, Dai, prove to be the saint holding the family together in the city of sin?
Writer Jack Llewellyn takes us from the rolling hills of Carmarthenshire to the bright lights of Las Vegas with another action packed comedy, featuring Trimsaran’s favourite family.

30 Sep

Garw: Theatr Bara Caws

by Sion Eirian

Cast:  Rhys Parry Jones, Eiry Thomas, Gwawr Loader, Sion Ifan

Director:  Betsan Llwyd

The Aman Valley at the end of the 80s.  Llew’s world, an ex-miner and ex-boxer, is changing.  Supporting the families now are not the rough hands of the men but the industrious fingers of the women.  And as Llew’s horizons narrow, the horizons of Sara his wife, and Lowri his daughter widen in unforeseen directions.  And in the wake of these changes, the foundations of the home begin to crumble.


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