Tuesday 12 June at 7.45pm
Tickets - £13, concessions - £11
3 Centuries. 1 Goal.
A glorious tale of struggle and sweat. Heart thumping with oxygenised blood, adrenalin flooding every little bit of me, and every little bit of me, is every little bit of the field in front of me.
It is 1892.
It is 1921.
It is 2018.
Four women from across the centuries live, breathe, and play football. Whilst each of them face very different obstacles, the possibility that the beautiful game will change their futures - and the world – is tantalisingly close.
Offside is told through lyrical dialogue, poetry, and punchy prose, placing the audience on the touchline of the game of a lifetime.
CAST ANNOUNCEMENT - Jessica Dennis, Marieme Diouf and Fizz Waller
***** “Brilliant and polished overlapping storytelling”– Broadway Baby
***** “An impressive feat” – Morning Star
**** “A tremendous three-hander” – The Scotsman
**** “An engaging, enthralling watch” – What’s On Stage
**** “Defiantly and rawly poetic” – All EdinburghTheatre.com
CHAT BACK - After the show, you will be able to ask a special panel any question you want about the performance, Women in sport, football or sport in general.
The panel will be chaired by Futures’ Engagement Director Flair May and will also feature Sarah Powell, Chief Executive of Sports Wales, a representative from Just a Ball Game and two cast members from Offside. The chat back should last around 20 minutes (depending on how many questions we get from you!).
The panel will be chaired by Futures’ Engagement Director Flair May and will also feature Sarah Powell, Chief Executive of Sports Wales, a representative from Just a Ball Game and two cast members from Offside.
The chat back should last around 20 minutes (depending on how many questions we get from you!).
By Bethan Morgan
Friday 14 September at 10.30am & 7.45pm
Tickets - £12, concessions - £10
Jules’s Coffee Mornings are a place to get creative, to glue stringy balloon sculptures, to learn a waltz and to speak out.
Inspired by the real experiences of many brave Women, join six who are now finding their voices. It’s not all just tea and biscuits. So you see, we know what you think of us, we know what we've become. That's why we're here....we're trying to workout together how we move on. How we survive.
Supported by the Arts Council of Wales and RCT Theatres.
There will be a free Touch Tour at 7pm, please call 01633 656679 to book your places.
The evening performance will be audio described, headsets available from the box office, please let us know when booking if you require this sevice.
Friday 5 October at 8pm
Tickets - £17.50, concessions - £16
Austentatious is saddling the horses for a Grand Tour of the United Kingdom!
Austentatious is an improvised comedy play starring a cast of the country’s quickest comic performers. Every single show the cast conjure up a brand new ‘lost’ Jane Austen novel based on nothing more than a title suggested by the audience. The show comes fresh from six sellout runs at the Edinburgh Fringe, a monthly residency in London’s West End and a BBC Radio 4 special to mark the bicentenary of Austen’s death. Now their show will be appearing at two dozen theatres across the country to entertain and astonish audiences in equal measure. Previous ‘lost’ masterpieces have included Sixth Sense & Sensibility, Double 0 Darcy and Mansfield Shark, and no two shows are ever the same. Performed in period costume with live musical accompaniment, this is a Regency treat guaranteed to delight Austen novices and die-hard fans alike.
★★★★★ “Ridiculouslysilly…wickedly funny” –The Times
★★★★ “A joy to behold” The Guardian
★★★★ “Super smart and terrifically funny” The Scotsman
Wednesday 24 October at 7.30pm
Tickets - £14, concessions - £12
Theatr na nÓg
Aneurin Bevan and Jennie Lee were comrades and flatmates who together fought and preached for socialism as they saw it; he the Tredegar firebrand on the Labour back benches, she the miner’s daughter from Fife who became a Socialist MP before she was old enough to vote.
Then they were married; he deeply in love with her; she on the rebound from a tragic love affair. Both of them were loved and loathed by their fellow MP’s; he the Bollinger Bolshevik; she his Lady Macbeth, the dark angel at his shoulder. Life together unfolded through the desolate war years, the trials of founding the NHS, and the vicious internal feuds of the 1950’s. But as it did so their love deepened and matured.
This is the story of a partnership that became one of the outstanding political marriages of the twentieth century.