Porter's Cardiff

Porter's Cardiff
Bute Terrace, Cardiff, CF10 2FE

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Bsl Signed Performance: Escape The Scaffold & "tor Presents…" Post-Show Discussion

We're not friends. We used to be friends. We were only friends because we were in the same place at the same time. Three best friends reunite in their old student house. Before it was roast chicken and high hopes for the future. Now people are being hunted outside. A love triangle turns to betrayal as real life…

Bsl Signed Performance: Play 2 & "tor Presents…" Post-Show Discussion

Seanmhair: feminine: Scots Gaelic: Grandmother Pronounciation: ˈʃɛ.nə.vɛrʲ: Shen•a•var *Pebbles would crack against my window in the pitch of the night * *I’d lean out and say –
* *What do you want Tommy MacLeish, you black eyed monster? * *And he’d say…
* Y ou. A chance meeting between two children…

Bsl Signed Performance: Play 3 & "tor Presents…" Post-Show Discussion

I saw it so clearly - you and I in this house, dressed ready to depart. Framed beautifully in this mirror. It was like a freeze frame, stuck. Then the image shatters and you crumple with the glass. Escape the Scaffold is a dark and dangerous psychological thriller set against the background of a rapidly changing world.

Escape The Scaffold, A New Play By Titas Halder

We're not friends. We used to be friends. We were only friends because we were in the same place at the same time. Three best friends reunite in their old student house. Before it was roast chicken and high hopes for the future. Now people are being hunted outside. A love triangle turns to betrayal as real life…

…and 10 more dates until 6 May

Leeway Productions - 10 Minute Musicals Showing

Love Musical Theatre? Love new writing? Join Leeway Productions for a fun and relaxed sharing of brand new ideas for musicals. Our 10 minute musicals project aims to inspire creatives to try their hand at writing a musical and to provoke an open discussion about the future of musical theatre in Wales. January…

Play 2

Seanmhair: feminine: Scots Gaelic: Grandmother Pronounciation: ˈʃɛ.nə.vɛrʲ: Shen•a•var *Pebbles would crack against my window in the pitch of the night * *I’d lean out and say –
* *What do you want Tommy MacLeish, you black eyed monster? * *And he’d say…
* You. A chance meeting between two children on…

Fri 24 Mar

£5–£12 / 029 2125 0666

Sat 25 Mar

Mon 27 Mar

£5–£12 / 029 2125 0666

…and 5 more dates until 1 Apr

Play 3

*I saw it so clearly - you and I in this house, dressed ready to depart. Framed beautifully in this mirror. It was like a freeze frame, stuck. Then the image shatters and you crumple with the glass. * Escape the Scaffold is a dark and dangerous psychological thriller set against the background of a rapidly changing…

Fri 21 Apr

£5–£12 / 029 2125 0666

Sat 22 Apr

Mon 24 Apr

£5–£12 / 029 2125 0666

…and 4 more dates until 29 Apr

Pwyc Preview: Escape The Scaffold, A New Play By Titas Halder

We're not friends. We used to be friends. We were only friends because we were in the same place at the same time. Three best friends reunite in their old student house. Before it was roast chicken and high hopes for the future. Now people are being hunted outside. A love triangle turns to betrayal as real life…

Pwyc Preview: Play 3

*I saw it so clearly - you and I in this house, dressed ready to depart. Framed beautifully in this mirror. It was like a freeze frame, stuck. Then the image shatters and you crumple with the glass. * Escape the Scaffold is a dark and dangerous psychological thriller set against the background of a rapidly changing…

Wed 19 Apr

Seanmhair

Hywel John's tale of love, violence and fury following a chance meeting between two children on the streets of Edinburgh, which leads to a terrible reckoning. Kate Wasserberg directs.

Thu 23 Mar

£12 (£10; £5) / 029 2125 0666

Fri 24 Mar

£12 (£10; £5) / 029 2125 0666

Sat 25 Mar

£12 (£10; £5) / 029 2125 0666

…and 6 more dates until 1 Apr

Seanmhair, A New Play By Hywel John

a new production from The Other Room. Seanmhair: feminine: Scots Gaelic: Grandmother Pronounciation: ˈʃɛ.nə.vɛrʲ: Shen•a•var *Pebbles would crack against my window in the pitch of the night * *I’d lean out and say –
* *What do you want Tommy MacLeish, you black eyed monster? * *And he’d say…
* You.

Fri 24 Mar

Mon 27 Mar

…and 5 more dates until 1 Apr

Seanmhair By Hywel John, A New Production From The Other Room

Seanmhair: feminine: Scots Gaelic: Grandmother Pronounciation: ˈʃɛ.nə.vɛrʲ: Shen•a•var *Pebbles would crack against my window in the pitch of the night * *I’d lean out and say –
* *What do you want Tommy MacLeish, you black eyed monster? * *And he’d say…
* You. A chance meeting between two children on…

…and 5 more dates until 1 Apr

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