A singular collaboration between Sekou Kouyate, who in France is known as ‘the Jimi Hendrix of the kora’, and Joe Driscoll: the modern day take on the one man band, who uses live looping to create soundscapes full of beatbox, guitar, harmonica, percussion, didjerido, and just about anything else he can find. Tickets may be purchased here.
This classic ballet of Romeo a Juliet sees intense fighting, passionate duets and universal themes of forbidden love and rebellion echo through Darius James’ dynamic and lyrical choreography. Complete with exquisite costumes from George Meyer-Wiel and extraordinary video projections that create a world of of danger and excitement, Romeo and Juliet are caught in an age old family feud that threatens their very existence. Tickets are available here.
Theatr Brycheiniog buzzes every day - there's always something going on! A wide variety of activities are offered through the following organisations:-
Learn ballet and modern dance (and zumba!) with Mid Wales Dance Academy ¦ Play in Brecon Town Band ¦ Learn with Brecon U3A ¦ Delight in lectures and visits by Brecknock Decorative & Fine Arts Society ¦ Move and groove with Powys Dance ¦ Learn to lock and pop (breakdance) with Brecon Breakers
Theatr Brycheiniog is Wales' first solar-powered theatre, producing approximately 8970 units of electricty per year and saving over 5000kg of carbon per annum. For more details about Theatr Brycheiniog's sustainability practices and projects, click here.
Whether you're looking for a great night out with a party, a business lunch, an intimate dinner or a pre-show supper, enjoy the Tipple'n'Tiffin experience in the stunning canal-side setting of Theatr Brycheiniog. Call 01874 611866 for details.
Open all year round for bicycle hire, repairs, sales, guided rides and up to date trail information - click here
Also offering a wide range of outdoor activities - climbing, caving, bush craft, courses in navigation, mountain biking and climbing.