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Cappuccino Girls

Cappuccino Girls is coming to Llanelli!

Following a record breaking and award winning run in Swansea in 2011, Mal Pope is not only bringing Cappuccino Girls to the Ffwrnes this summer – he is also playing the lead role!  A fantastic opportunity for those who were lucky enough to see it in 2011 to refresh their memories and enjoy the show one more time.  Those of us unlucky to have missed Cappuccino Girls first time around should make this production a ‘must see event for 2015’ at the Ffwrnes.  This award winning musical follows 3 friends who meet every day at their favourite café but when Eddie the new Brazilian barista walks into their lives things will never be the same again.  Slowly but surely their perfect lives start to unravel.  Will their friendship be strong enough to make sure the Cappuccino Girls survive?

You will not be disappointed!  Make it a must and come prepared to party! 


An Evening of the Wit & Songs of Noel Coward

Pianist and entertainer, Peter Gill presents a tribute to the wit and song-writing skill of that most English of Englishmen, Noel Coward, who said of himself ‘I am an enormously talented man and there is no point in denying it’. Peter will remind us of his dazzling wit and perform such gems as A Bar on The Piccola Marina, Don’t Let’s Be Beastly To The Germans, Mrs Worthington, There Are Bad Times Just Around The Corner and Mad Dogs & Englishmen.


Last of the Summer Wine - Treading the Boards


Treading the Boards is the story of two men, father and son, who made comedy television history. ‘Last of the Summer Wine’ was the world’s longest running television comedy series. Bill Owen charmed audiences with his characterisation of ‘Compo’ in the series for 27 years, upon his passing, his son Tom joined the series and subsequently made history. Tom today tells the story of two careers, his own and his father’s in a memorable evening of anecdotes, songs and film clips with many references to and scenes from the staple of gentle comedies that can only be ‘Last of the Summer Wine’.


Romeo & Juliet


“The which if you with patient ears attend,
What here shall miss, our toil shall strive to mend.”

Set amongst the mid 1960’s; while the Mods and Rockers waged war on each other; this classic tale of ‘Boy meets Girl’ is brought to life in ways that will make you happy, make you sad, and remind you what it’s like to be young and in love.


Pan Oedd Y Byd Yn Fach

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Winter 1984, and the Miners’ Strike is raging. Money is tight and tensions are high.

In a quiet spot far from the fury of the picket line, a group of boys get together early one morning to show their support. But not everyone is welcome, and one violent and shocking act is about to change their lives forever.

A new play by Sian Summers about betrayal, loyalty and becoming a man.


The Ffwrnes

Phone No : 0845 2263510
Email : theatres@sirgar.gov.uk
Address : Park Street, Llanelli
Post Code: SA15 3YE

The Lyric

Phone No : 0845 2263510
Email : theatres@sirgar.gov.uk
Address : King Street, Carmarthen
Post Code: SA31 1BD

The Miners'

Phone No : 0845 2263510
Email : theatres@sirgar.gov.uk
Address : Wind Street, Ammanford
Post Code: SA18 3DN