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Bridget Christie: Because You Demanded It
Acute social and political humour from the award-winning stand-up, who repeatedly pokes fun at her own righteous anger, this time taking to task Britain's departure from the EU.
My Country - A Work In Progress
- Directed by: Rufus Norris
- Written by: Carol Ann Duffy
Rufus Norris, Director of the National Theatre, collaborates with Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy on a provocative performance, which uses the exact words of interviews taken in the days after the EU referendum with people around the country. Starring Seema Bowri, Cavan Clarke, Adam Ewan and Laura Elphinstone.
Thu 4 May
National Dance Company Wales: Folk
Three works from major European choreographers.
Fri 28 Apr
Panti: High Heels in Low Places
A riotous stand-up from Ireland's outspoken national treasure, accidental activist and figurehead of the country's recently successful Yes Equality campaign.
A Play, A Pie And A Pint: World Domination
Lesley Hart's comedy-drama surrounding two estranged sisters facing financial meltdown who team up to survive by running a dominatrix agency.
Ruby Wax: Frazzled
Ruby Wax discusses her new book, Frazzled, which is a guide to mindfulness.
Swansea City Opera: Lakmé
Swansea City Opera presents Delibes's opera about love during the Raj.
Theatr Bara Caws: Yfory
A Welsh language production starring Alex Bidder, Rhodri Evan, Caryl Morgan and Dewi Rhys Williams, surrounding new political leader Gwyn and his partner Ellie and their plans for Welsh politics.
Music Theatre Wales & Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru * * Y Tŵr Gwenlyn Parry’s disturbing and provocative play from 1978 finds a new voice as chamber opera. Y Tŵr explores life’s all too brief struggle, from youth to old-age, from love to despair, from desire to disillusionment. Another intense and searching…
Zero For The Young Dudes!: Sherman Youth Theatre
A contemporary tale about the inmates at a bizarre summer camp as a violent future looms large on the horizon. Written by Alistair McDowall and directed by Anna Poole.