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Month: February 2017


TICKETS ON SALE AND REHEARSALS START FOR NATIONAL THEATRE WALES’ LIFTED BY BEAUTY: ADVENTURES IN DREAMING CAST ALSO CONFIRMED FOR THIS NEW PRODUCTION CREATED AND STAGED IN RHYL, DENBIGHSHIRE Rehearsals for National Theatre Wales’ Lifted By Beauty: Adventures In Dreaming, whose audience will take a guided journey around Rhyl, start today. Artist Mark Storor and National Theatre Wales have been getting to know Rhyl and many of its residents over several months; from coffee shops to council offices, from book groups to food banks, from women’s centres to the beach, they have been gathering stories from those who know the town best. The result will be a walking production inspired by those people and their stories, including local political activists and mother and baby groups, newcomers to the town and some who’ve lived here their whole life. Walking in groups through the town centre and on the beach, audiences will encounter performances by professional artists including actors, dancers and circus artists, combined with soundscapes and light installations. Lifted By Beauty: Adventures In Dreaming will be a vivid portrait of the real Rhyl, a town on the cusp of regeneration. The production’s professional cast will include June Campbell-Davies, Marco Fiera, Lloyd Meredith, Rhys Meredith, Laura Moy, Francois Pandolfo and Caroline Sabin, all of whom start their rehearsals in the town today ahead of the performances 31st March-2nd April. In the meantime, National...

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Gruff Rhys, Dyfrig Morris & Matthew Bulgo

“A long time ago, In the Kingdom of Candy, a lion once roamed the streets…Howled on the hour, whined on the minute, roared every second day of the year.” This Christmas, take a trip to Pixel Valley, a magical world filled with positive vibes, colourful, mixed up characters and badminton.   Come on an adventure with Polar Pear, Sledgehog, Cheffyl and the larger than life insatiable, inflatable Candylion… what will become of life in the valley when negative vibes take over the town? Musicians and actors collide in this immersive production that blurs the line between a theatre show and sing-a-long live music gig, inspired by Gruff Rhys’ (Super Furry Animals) seminal album, Candylion. Expect a mix of new songs and old favourites in a theatre gig for all ages.  Ages 4+ Audio Description: Tuesday 22 December, 2pmTouch Tour: Tuesday 22 December, 12.30pmAll performances will be CaptionedRelaxed Performance: Wednesday 30 December, 2pmPlease scroll down for further information on accessible performances  Tickets £17.50 / £15 Concessions Children (ages 4 – 16): £12.50  Family Ticket: £50(4 people, to include at least one child) Children under 3 and babies: Free, but must have a ticket. Check our What to Expect information before booking. Please contact 029 2037 1689 Groups – Call 029 2037 1689Groups of 10+: £15 per person, organiser goes free £8.50 Schools – Call 029 2037 1689(Teacher goes free for every...

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Swim with the Indyfish

There are lots of things we can do to empower Wales and help create a better future for all who live here. And there’s never been a more important time to do it. After all, you can be damn sure that those who want to make sure that Wales stays marginalised (vested interests whose shareholder value […]

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