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Spotlight On: Operation Julie
March 25, 2024
IT’S BACK! BOOK NOW! Here is a cast interview to get you all in the mood for this years Operation Julie, we had such amazing feedback from the last Operation Julie tour… so if you missed it last time don’t worry! Last summer’s sell-out success is back to prog-rock the UK, Operation Julie will be here at Theatr B! from the 1st of May -till the 4th of May, don’t miss your change to see this outstanding performance.
Spotlight On: Aled Jones
March 18, 2024
Aled Jones - Full Circle Fri 12th Apr | 7.30pm Prepare to hear Aled Jones as you’ve never heard him before. He was the boy treble who captivated the world with his angelic voice. 

VIP Ticket Holders Receive: Best Seats in the Stalls and Balcony and a Goody Bag 

Meet 'n' Greet Ticket Holders Receive: Pre-Show Meet 'n' Greet with Aled Jones, Best Seats in the Stalls and Balcony, and a Goody Bag
March 11, 2024
In the heart of our community lies Theatr Brycheiniog, a magical building that not only entertains but also weaves the enchantment of the arts into the fabric of our lives.
Spotlight on: National Theatre Wales, Feral Monster
February 19, 2024
Feral Monster follows Jax and her noisy, opinionated brain as they navigate love, identity, class and family. Mashing up grime, R&B, soul, pop and rap, the soundtrack takes us from the high highs to low lows of the hormonal rollercoaster of adolescence.

Spotlight on: National Theatre Wales, Feral Monster

Posted by velvet at 16:12 on 19 Feb 2024


Get ready for a show like no other! 
Here at Theatr B! we love to bring you the VERY best in theatre,  we are super excited about this one! we are also thrilled to have the amazing National Theatre Wales back on our stage once again. 

Get all the info on ...Feral Monster

Thursday 21st March | 7pm

Friday 22nd March | 7pm

Age Guidance: 14+ recommendation.

A banging new musical about an unremarkable teenager.

Expelled from school and not even able to get a job at the chippy, Jax (she/they/whatever) is a cocky, loveable teen living with her Nan in a tiny, boring village.

When Jax meets Ffion, with her smart talk and loud looks, sparks fly. Queer teenage lust brings together this unlikely match in all its messy, clumsy and awesome glory.

Feral Monster follows Jax and her noisy, opinionated brain as they navigate love, identity, class and family.

Mashing up grime, R&B, soul, pop and rap, the soundtrack takes us from the high highs to low lows of the hormonal rollercoaster of adolescence.

Feral Monster is made by an all-LGBT+ creative team. This musical is written by Bethan Marlow and directed by Izzy Rabey, with music by Nicola T. Chang.

The cast features Lily Beau, Carys Eleri, Geraint Rhys Edwards, Rebecca Hayes, Nathaniel Leacock and Leila Navabi.

“We're trying to tell a story that is queer, that is Welsh, that is rural.”

Bethan Marlow

Feral Monster is sponsored by the Principality Building Society and supported by PRS Foundation’s The Open Fund, John Ellerman Foundation, as part of NTWs’ Dramaturg programme, Jack Arts and by the UK Government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund, which is being administered by Cardiff Council.

Running Times: 90 Minutes (No Interval)

Thursday 21st March: Feral Fest pre and post show

LIMITED UNDER 25’S OFFER- Book now for only £7! 

Follow the link below and secure your seat before this offer ends:

Feral Monster is recommended for ages 14+ and contains traces of strong language. 

Images by Kristina Banholzer

Dinner and a Show at Theatr B! Café

Make your theatre experience truly unforgettable with a delectable meal at Theatr B! Café. Join us for dinner and a show, and let your senses be captivated by our culinary delights and captivating performances.

If you're attending the show, we've got you covered with our evening menu, service starts an hour and a half before the curtain goes up. Indulge in a delectable meal while anticipating an incredible performance. For a unique and flavourful experience, we offer Antipasti Platters before shows, featuring a delightful selection of locally sourced meat, cheese, and vegan boards. Please contact our Visitor Experience Team at 01874 611 622 to pre-order. 

Don't forget to visit Theatr B! Bar, which opens an hour before each show. Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere and choose from a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. You can even pre-order your drinks for the show intervals by speaking to a member of our bar team or using our convenient text message service to access our pre-order app.


We are super psyched for the brights lights and banging music, there is really so much that has gone into this production we want as many people to experience it as possible! Trust us you will not be disappointed. Just check out the talented cast and creative team...

Meet the Cast

Lily Beau (she/her)

An actor and singer-songwriter who recently worked on Y Sŵn, the winner of Best Film at the 2023 Welsh BAFTA Awards.

Carys Eleri (she/her)

As an actor she is recently seen as Delyth Fielding on Pobol y Cwm for BBC Wales, Nerys Evans in the feature film Y Sŵn for Cwmni Joio/S4C and as Ceri Jenkins in Save The Cinema for Sky Arts.

Nathaniel Leacock (he/him)

A singer-songwriter who is most well known for supporting Roots Manuva on his latest UK tour.

Leila Navabi (she/they)

Leila is a comedian, actor, presenter and writer from South Wales, who most recently met critical acclaim with her sell-out Edinburgh Fringe comedy show Composition, as well as being a writer on hit shows such as Bad Education and Never Mind The Buzzcocks.

Rebecca Hayes (they/them)

Rebecca is an actor who has recently finished their run as Mayella in Bartlett Shers' multi-award-winning To Kill A Mockingbird in the West End, and has just originated the role of Trixie in the world premiere of The Invincibles.

Geraint Rhys Edwards (he/him)

Geraint Rhys is an actor and actor-musician whose notable work includes Hansh, Cymry Feiral and Brassed Off at Aberystwyth Arts Centre and Riverfront Theatre Pantomimes and the role of ‘Keith’ on Hollyoaks.

Find out more about National Theatre Wales here


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Creative team

  • Director - Izzy Rabey  

Watch interview 

Izzy Rabey is a queer theatre/film director, facilitator and music maker from Mid Wales.

She was the first Welsh Trainee Director at The Royal Court Theatre (2020-2021) and an Associate Artist at Pentabus Theatre Company (2021-2022).

In 2023 they won Selar Award for Contributions to Welsh Arts and Cultural Activism. Izzy has directed work for The Royal Court, English Touring Theatre Company, Paines Plough, Theatr Clwyd, The Pleasance, National Theatre Wales, Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru, Underbelly Edinburgh and Sherman Theatre.

She is a Welsh language rapper, singer and lyricist. Izzy is also a columnist for Welsh arts magazine Golwg, and continues to facilitate projects on intersectionality and Welsh identity in Wales and London.

  • Writer - Bethan Marlow

Watch interview 

Bethan Marlow is an award-winning writer from North Wales.

Her highly acclaimed theatre credits include PIGEON (Theatr Iolo/Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru), MOLD RIOTS (Theatr Clwyd) and NYRSYS (Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru). Bethan’s current theatre commissions are with Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru and Welsh National Opera.

Bethan is currently developing original TV drama series for Five Acts, World Productions and Film Nation. She is also working on two feel-good queer feature films: MADISON with the BFI and IEIE Productions and QUEER AS FOLK DANCING with Ffilm Cymru and Ardimages UK.

Bethan was recently selected for the Wscripted Cannes Screenplay List and BAFTA x BFI Flare mentoring scheme.

  • Dramaturg - Jennifer Lunn

A playwright and producer whose award-winning play Es & Flo recently ran at Wales Millenium Centre and The Kiln, London and who produced the award-nominated Sorter for a Grand Ambition.

  • Composer - Nicola T. Chang

Nicola T. Chang is a composer/sound designer who has recently worked on For Black Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When the Hue Gets Too Heavy (West End/Royal Court/New Diorama) and My Neighbour Totoro (RSC/Barbican).

  • Movement Director - Osian Meilir

Osian Meilir is a performer, movement artist and choreographer who has recently created a new work on the National Dance Company Wales as part of their 4x10 project this summer and has also been touring his choreographic creation, QWERIN, in festivals and venues across the UK and internationally.

  • Performing Musical Director - Alex Comana

Alexander Comana is a sound artist and performer who has recently scored and co-written SCRAPER, a 6-part film for KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin and composed the soundtrack for National Theatre Wales’ The Cost Of Living.

  • Set and Costume Designer - Cara Evans

A set and costume designer who has recently worked on Sleepova at Bush Theatre and Body Show at Soho Theatre.

  • Lighting Designer - Marty Langthorne

A lighting designer and artist who works within the queer and experimental worlds of theatre, dance, live art and installation. Currently working on Zoetrope, National Dance Company of Wales with Lea Anderson and recently on Dickie Beau's Showmanism (Theatre Royal Bath) & Remember Me (Hampstead Theatre).

  • Casting Director - Hannah Marie Williams

Casting Director whose work spans theatre, TV, film and commercials, with recent Wales-based theatre work including GALWAD (NTW) and Branwen: Dadeni (Frân Wen).

See! we told you, what an amazing group of creative people, with a cast and crew like that you just know that the show will be worth seeing, so don’t get FOMO, trust us you do not want to be gutted that this has passed without you getting to take in the music and fun.


Being a volunteer at Theatr B! comes with some great perks including watching shows for free when working, discount in our delicious café, free parking and more!  

Theatr B! offer a wide and varied range of performances and events for everyone, all of which are stewarded by volunteers.  

If you would like to join our team of volunteers and you are over 18 years old, we would love to hear from you!  

Please email us on or call 01874 611 622 for an application form.  

As a registered charity working to serve the community, the Theatr is always in need of extra support, whether for improvements to the building or to support community projects. Please visit our Support Us page to see how you can help.  

Want to support us? you can donate by text, simply text THEATRB followed by your donation amount to 70450 to give that amount. Texts will cost the donation amount plus one standard network rate message. Thank you for your support.

For further information on all of our upcoming performances and events, and to book tickets, please contact our Box Office on 01874 611 622   

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