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Theatr Bara Caws LLEU LLAW GYFFES

By | Gan Aled Jones Williams

Saturday 16 November | Sadwrn 16 Tachwedd – 7.45pm

Age | Oed 12+

Ticket | Tocyn £12

Rhyw dduw-ceiniog-a-dima yw Lleu bellach, ac yn y ddrama eiconoclastig yma mae Aled yn archwilio’r syniad o fath, ac os yw myth yn chwalu oes rhywbeth yn dal yno sy’n parhau yn werthfawr?

Drama ddifyr, deifiol a chignoeth am golli ffydd ac am bosidilrwydd y tynerwch dynol all oroesi.

 

Lleu isn’t half the god he was in the Mabinogi, and in this iconoclastic piece Aled explores the loss of faith, the destruction of myths and the everlasting tenderness of mankind.
**The show will be suitable for Welsh learners**

16/11/2019 19:45
IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE: A LIVE RADIO PLAY

Wednesday 11 and Thursday 12 December at 7.30pm

Tickets - £14.25

Inspired by the classic American film, It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play is performed as a 1940s live radio broadcast in front of a studio audience.

With the help of an ensemble of six actors and a live foley artist creating the sound effects, the story of idealistic George Bailey unfolds as he considers ending his life one fateful Christmas Eve. It will take help from a lovable angel, Clarence, for George to have a change of heart and understand the true spirit of the Christmas.
Approximately 1 hour 45 mins with an interval

11/12/2019 to 12/12/2019
DENIS & KATYA - Music Theatre Wales

Thursday 27 February at 7.30pm

Tickets - £19.50, concessions - £16.50, 16 to 25 year olds - £5 (not suitable for under 14s)

Music Theatre Wales in association with London Sinfonietta

Music by Philip Venables Written/directed by Ted Huffman

Two 15-year-olds in love who lived every moment, including their last, online

Composer Philip Venables and director Ted Huffman − the duo behind the award-winning 4. 48Psychosis – examine the real-life tragedy of Russian runaways Denis Muravyov and Katya Vlasova. Dubbed a modern-day Romeo and Juliet, they broadcast their forbidden final days together on social media. And rightly or wrongly, the public clicked, watched and responded.

Splicing verbatim text, video, music and theatre, Denis & Katya explores how storiesare shaped and shared in our age of trolls, conspiracy theories, fake news, and 24/7 digital connection.

What makes you click?

REVIEWS

“an intimate, haunting triumph” New York Times

“Venables, a…British composer of ferocious dramatic instincts…astonishing” The New Yorker

“a sensitive, subtle, and deeply questioning meditation on youth, voyeurism, and the age of social media” Musical America

“challenges the ear, the eye, and the soul to accept a wholly new hybrid form of operatic expression.” Opera Today

“gripping” Opera News

“game-changing….gripping, thoughtful artistry” The Philadelphia Inquirer

27/02/2020 19:30
FAGIN

Produced by Kick In The Head

Wednesday 1 April at 7.30pm

Tickets - £14.25, ages 16-25 - £5

Who was Fagin?

Was he the Fagin in Dickens' Oliver Twist?

Was he the Fagin in Oliver! the musical?

Was he based on a real-life character?

Join Fagin as he reviews his situation during his final night in prison before being hanged. As madness envelops him he is ‘visited’ by some old acquaintances.

Find out who he really was and how he ended up as one of the best known, yet unknown, of Dickens' characters.

“This powerful new play gives a fresh twist on Dicken’s criminal Fagin.” 

Think you know Fagin? Think again.

Fagin? -written and directed by Simon Downing.

 “All three actors in the roles of Fagin (Keith Hill), Bill (Giles Shenton) and Nancy (Georgia Butt) deliver impeccable performances. In the centre of it all, the audience is captivated by Fagin’s diverse, manipulative and complex character.”

The Reviews Hub

“It is apowerful piece of work….it deserves to become an eventual classic.

The set is simple, the themes (of love, greed, deception, betrayal, regret and retribution) universal, the subtle interplay between the three characters intense and the background (Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist) so familiar that this small masterpiece could well be a theatrical staple.” You would be a fool to yourself to miss it.”

Alton Herald

01/04/2020 19:30