What's On Cardiff? Another glorious production - Punk rock comes to the Royal welsh College Of Music and Drama in September. The Richard Burton Company strikes again.
Friday 1 Dec – Saturday 9 December 7.45pm
Matinee Thursday 7 December 2.30pm
No performances Sun & Mon
by Simon Stephens
Directed by Michael Fentiman (The Last Days of Judas
Whats on in Cardiff? Circus of Horrors comes to Cardiff in March 2018. If you haven't seen this show before, then you simply must (if you enjoy a bit of bizarre theatre). It's a mix of Rocky Horror meets Dirty Sanchez meets Gerry Cottle!
The spectacular features an amazing amalgamation of
Mole is discovering the Wide World beyond his home. Rat just wants to mess about in boats. For Toad, it’s one fad after another until he discovers cars and lands himself in bother. Wise old Badger does his best to keep order. But as the friends head out on their
Ever wondered what it would be like to sit on a polar bear's lap?
Or ride on its back?
Have you ever tried to give a bear a bath?
Or clear up its poo?!
Looking after a bear is exhausting stuff.
One night when she's fast asleep, an enormous snowy white bear climbs into Tilly's
The smash hit Broadway and West End Musical based on the best loved movie follows beautiful and popular sorority sister Elle Woods who loves to be pampered and is passionate about pink. When she is dumped by her boyfriend Warner Huntingdon III for a more serious girlfriend she puts down
This year the P.O.D.S. are presenting the beautiful tale of Beauty And The Beast by local author Darren Edwards. The storyline has the evil Fairy Morgana casting a wicked spell on good Prince Tristan, in order that her son Heathcliff can be king. She turns him into a terrifying beast
One of the greatest musicals of all time returns to the stage in this magnificent five star production to enchant the young and the young at heart.
This wonderfully lavish staging tells the true story of the world-famous singing family, from their romantic beginnings and search for happiness, to their thrilling
by William Shakespeare
Directed by Joe Murphy
My conscience hath a thousand several tongues,
And every tongue brings in a several tale,
And every tale condemns me for a villain.
Named the most fascinating historical figure in a poll last year of British historians and the public, Richard III continues to provoke debate. Shakespeare’s brutal play portrays
Directed by Mathilde López
Lennie is strong and simple. George is short and sharp. They are migrant farm workers. It’s the Great Depression. It smells of sweat. Dogs get shot. Black people are lynched and women are whores. Lennie and George talk of living off the fat of the land, raising