Spring at Theatr Brycheiniog
Theatr Brycheiniog Set to Stimulate your Heart, Mind...and Imagination this Spring
Spring brings rejuvenation at Theatr Brycheiniog, with the launch of a fresh new programme brimming with stimulating activities and events. With the launch of the brand new Corporate Support Club, spring at the theatre is a time of fresh activity.
The programme celebrates the power of our relationship with nature at the Banff Mountain Film Festival, and Our Life with Birds, when birds of prey will swoop across the auditorium. The centenary of World War I is marked in high quality new drama, The Wood, whilst the incredible mask work in A Brave Face continues to explore war as a theme. Folk music boundary pusher, ex-Bellowhead Jon Boden rouses the soul, and dance fans can enjoy NDCWales’ Terra Firma as well as the spring show from the renowned Ballet Central.
The theatre is nestled at the basin of the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal, and in addition to the stunning setting, the venue prides itself on welcoming everyone. From the success of the Friends and Patrons’ Scheme evolves the Corporate Support Club, which sees the theatre eager to reach out to local businesses.
Family activity is at the heart of theatre life, from National Dance Company Wales’ Discover Dance Matinee and the free Family Dance Festival, to weekly babies’ and toddlers’ session, Bookworm Boogie, and the stage production classic children’s tale, There Was an Old Lady who Swallowed a Fly.
Our completely accessible venue also holds weekly dementia friendly Drumming Together sessions, and a host of regular events, including lunchtime classical music recitals with Brecon Bites, and fascinating talks from University of the Third Age and The Arts Society Brecknock. There is free live music every Saturday 1-3pm with Live @ The Waterfront, monthly art exhibitions, and a vibrant Youth Theatre for Reception age all the way to 25. With its varied, high quality programme, Theatr Brycheiniog is one of the leading arts venues in Mid-Wales.