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The Man


Ben is self-employed. The time has come. He must tackle the dreaded self-assessment form.  He is forced to revisit events of the past year; some bafflingly comical, others heart-breaking. The Man is beautifully written and teeming with honesty. It's unique structure ensures no performance is ever the same. Each audience member is offered a varying insight into a year in the life of Ben, in this charming, endearing and this truly relatable production.

2015 Wales Theatre Awards nominated production

‘Rising Stars of Arts ‘ Exeter University Alumni Magazine

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Mrs Reynolds a'r Cena Bach

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When Mrs Reynolds’ lovingly tended garden is vandalised. Jay, the guilty and troubled youth is sent back by the authorities to help her fix it. Two generations locked in battle; little old Mrs Reynolds with her traditional values and "nice little life" vs. the textbook hoodie demanding respect but offering little in return. Just as they think they have the measure of each other, something is revealed and they are both shocked by what they find out.

This contemporary play by one of Wales’ most audacious playwrights - the award-winning Gary Owen - explores human nature and friendship alongside the social climate of modern Wales, giving a warm, funny and insightful glimpse into the way we live now.

Cast includes Siw Hughes and Siôn Emyr

Take advantage of Sibrwd — a smartphone app guiding non-Welsh speakers and Welsh-learners through the performance. Download from App Store and Google Play.

Ages 12+

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A Clockwork Orange



Anthony Burgess’ play with music, based on his own provocative 1962 novella of the same name, was first published in 1987.  A Clockwork Orange was made into a film classic by Stanley Kubrick, and was dramatised by the RSC in 1990. 

Age restriction 14 +

Contains scenes of drugs, violence and of a sexual nature

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Forbidden Nights


As seen on Britain’s Got Talent, join us for an evening of entertainment with a classy new all male variety show.They can sing, they can dance and they are VERY easy on the eye! Featuring a vocalist, aerial artist, pole performer and fire act all delivered with an element of naughtiness but not so naughty that you can’t bring your Granny! 

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Mr Bulkeley o'r Brynddu


A dramatic picture of life in 18th Century Wales through the words and music of William Bulkeley’s diaries in English with easily understood linking Welsh dialogue. Perfect for Welsh learners. 

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The Ffwrnes

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Address : King Street, Carmarthen
Post Code: SA31 1BD

The Miners'

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Address : Wind Street, Ammanford
Post Code: SA18 3DN