Theatr Clwyd has announced its exciting Summer and Autumn lineup
Theatr Clwyd has announced its exciting Summer and Autumn lineup with a range of performances including dance, music, comedy, family fun, and festivals.
One of the most highly anticipated productions is the world premiere of Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s award-winning comedic play Fleabag, which has been adapted into the Welsh language and will be performed across Wales.
Adapted by renowned Welsh writer Branwen Davies, the play is set in Liverpool and North Wales and will tour around the country before ending its run at Theatr Clwyd in Mold.
Other notable productions include Truth Or Dare, a collection of ten new pieces of writing, and The Great Gatsby, an interactive performance that invites the audience to experience the 1920s first-hand.
The annual rock ‘n’ roll pantomime Sleeping Beauty will also return, this time taking place in a big top circus tent.
Theatr Mix will be home to several exciting dramas including Faith Healer, a play about a healer who loses his power, and How To Be Well In A World That Is Sick, a story about healing deep trauma from sexual and domestic violence.
The classical season stretches across Theatr Clwyd and its sister venue, William Aston Hall, and will feature performances from several musicians and ensembles.
Theatre lovers can also look forward to a Welsh language play called Imrie, as well as performances by 440 Theatre and The Importance of Being…Earnest?
Families can enjoy Roald Dahl and The Imagination Seekers, a production that explores the stories of Roald Dahl when words start to go missing.
Other family-friendly performances include Remarkable Rhythm and The Little Red Hen.
Theatr Clwyd’s Family Arts Festival will also return this summer, going on tour to Wepre Park in Connah’s Quay.
To book tickets for any of these performances or to learn more about exclusive membership benefits, visit Theatr Clwyd’s website or call 01352 344101. Members can access priority booking from April 4th, with public sale starting from April 11th. Events are also taking place at Theatr Clwyd’s sister venue, William Aston Hall. Spotted something? Got a story? Send a Facebook Message | A direct message on Twitter | Email: News@Deeside.com