Wales

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La Traviata

This David McVicar production of Traviata is nearly ten years old now but has lost none of its narrative force and emotional power. It is not a ground...
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War and Peace

Prokofiev's operatic version of Tolstoy's novel presents a range of challenges for any opera company. David Pountney's production for Welsh National O...
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A Recipe for Sloe Gin

The photogenic Cornish coast, the sound of the flapping sails, a father and daughter’s embittered relationship, and idyllic memories of berry-picking ...
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Fiddler on the Roof

From the first chords of ‘Tradition’ onwards, this production of Fiddler on the Roof gives you a sense of sliding back into the familiar. From the she...
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Detention

Faebian Averies’ first play Detention presents us with two young girls, Olive (played by Averies herself) and Mary (Hari Hodgetts), both pupils in a c...
The MF with the Hat, credit John Johnston
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The Motherf**ker with the Hat

It’s not all good or bad. The last few months have proven to be an anxious time for regional theatres across the UK, with increasingly tight budgets, ...
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La Forza del Destino

This Verdi blockbuster, chosen by Welsh National Opera as part of their ‘Rabble Rousers’ season, deals with the malevolent effect of fate on three peo...
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Tosca

Puccini’s masterpiece Tosca was first performed in Rome in 1900. It is a tale of sedition, torture, rape, and betrayal and it is easy to understand wh...
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Bread

Two women share their last meal while waiting for the world to come to an end. Bread balances a tender portrayal of the duo’s relationship with a stro...
Sherman Theatre The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov A re-imagining by Gary Owen Director Rachel O'Riordan
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The Cherry Orchard

Gary Owen’s new vision of The Cherry Orchard brilliantly translates Chekhov’s portrayal of pre-revolutionary Russia into a bittersweet evocation of in...