Theatr Brycheiniog Press Releases & interviews
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Maverick Musician, Richard Durrant’s Candlelit Christmas Tour brings a mid winter mix of magical music to Theatre Brycheiniog (Dec 20th) Maverick musician, guitarist and songwriter Richard Durrant’s Candlelit Christmas Concerts have become a family tradition, heralding the start of the festive season. For many, this tour (now in its seventeenth year) captures the true meaning of midwinter.
We are excited to bring you a public performance of Theatr na nÓg’s Butterfly Hunter on Wednesday 29th November. The latest production for schools, in partnership with Theatr Brycheiniog and y Gaer.
Bannau Brycheiniog National Park and Black Mountains College are launching a ground-breaking series of events that tackle the pressing issue of climate justice. These monthly events at Theatr Brycheiniog will encompass a range of thought-provoking talks, engaging film screenings, and interactive workshops.
Pentabus and Thickskin present an intoxicating and mystical new play by award-winning writer Tim Foley in a distinctive physical and cinematic production at Theatr Brycheiniog on Friday 27th October.
Don't miss The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes on October 13th, a hilarious take on the classic stories.
Tickets go on sale tomorrow at 10am Friday the 22nd of September! Aled Jones is hitting the road for a major UK tour, in which he’ll go Full Circle. Fans can prepare to hear him as they’ve never heard him before, during a series of dates the length and breadth of the UK. We are excited to announce that Aled will be here at Theatr B! on the 12th of April.
Earlier this year Theatr Clwyd announced they are producing a world premiere of Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s award-winning comedic play Fleabag, which will be adapted into the Welsh language.
In ‘rockstar’ climber Hazel Findlay’s new show, she’ll walk you through the biggest internal battles she’s faced in her career and how she’s overcome them. Join us at Theatr Brycheiniog on Tuesday 19th September where she will take stories from her most difficult ascents and wild expeditions, to talk about the psychological ‘walls within’ that we all face, such as imposter syndrome, fear of failure, distraction, and motivation.
Staff and volunteers at Brecon’s Theatr Brycheiniog have welcomed Their Majesties The King and Queen on a visit to the town on Thursday 20th July.
Everest / Chomolungma has long captured the imagination of mountaineers and aspiring adventurers as the pinnacle of climbing: simply the highest point on the planet that ‘must be reached’. To celebrate the 70th anniversary of the first successful summit, Kenton Cool – the 16 x summit non-Sherpa world record-holder – has created a new show to take audiences on a fascinating journey through the history and the highs and lows of summit attempts on one of the world’s most magnificent mountains: from its first ‘discovery’ as part of the Great Indian Trigonometric Survey, through to the perceived ‘bucket list adventure’ that it is considered today.
Theatr Brycheiniog’s Young Music Promoters Gig Nights return on Friday 9th June and in a School’s Out Celebration on Wednesday 19th July. Featuring house band Northern Ruins and special guests Sorry Stacy, Dactyl Terra and Mari Mathias.
Every year, National Theatre Connections Festival commissions new plays for young people to perform. Theatr Brycheiniog are proud to welcome and bring together creatives, exciting writers, and the theatre makers of tomorrow for what is guaranteed to be an inspiring, energetic, moving, and transformative weekend for all.
The Theatr Wildcats are back and ready to take to the stage once again with their latest production, ‘How To Be Happy.’ Join them on Wednesday 5th of April at 7pm as they explore the true meaning of happiness and contribution.
Theatr Brycheiniog launches search for new Director.
Priscilla Queen of the Disaster is a heart-wrenching, side-splitting, laugh-and-cry-a-minute, one-woman comedy/ drama show. An incredibly honest and frank true story about the realities of parenting, all told by mother and natural storyteller, Susie.
To support our local community and audiences through the cost-of-living crisis, Theatr Brycheiniog will be running several free events this November and December, along with opening public spaces within the building as a safe and warm space to be.
A 14-year-old boy has been charged with poaching, theft, and murder on the Margam Estate! If found guilty, he will be sentenced to ‘hang from his neck till he is dead’. It rests upon you the jury to prove this young boy’s guilt or innocence. You will hear evidence, witness enactments, and sit in the heart of proceedings. You will be expected to use your reasoning and decide who is lying and who, if anyone, is telling the truth.
Join us for family friendly phenomenal performances that are guaranteed to make you laugh, sing, think and reminisce. There’s something for people of all ages this season at Theatr B!
Angel is the legendary story of Rehana. In 2014 Kurdish families were fleeing Kobane to avoid the inevitable ISIS onslaught; Rehana stayed to fight and defend her town; as a sniper she allegedly killed more than 100 ISIS fighters. When her story came out, she became an internet sensation and a symbol of resistance against Islamic State and dubbed the ‘Angel of Kobane’. Now, this extraordinary story comes to the stage in Henry Naylor’s award-winning play.