The show must go on at Theatr Felinfach during the autumn and winter

AS the summer draws to a close here’s an opportunity for you to take a glimpse of Theatr Felinfach’s programme for the next few months. Although the days will shorten, culture and imagination will continue.

To start the feast of performances, there will be an evening of revisiting some of Theatr Felinfach’s Welsh Christmas Panto classics in a cabaret evening on 15 September with ‘Mae’r Nadolig yn Nesáu.’ An evening not to be missed reminiscing through songs and tales from the past and there are limited number of tickets available so be quick!

Kicking off October will be a one-man drama ‘Carwyn’ on 10 October presented by Bale and Thomas in association with Torch Theatre, Theatr Felinfach and RCT Theatres. An English language performance based on the life of Carwyn James a man whose career comprised teaching, broadcasting, coaching and even espionage.

On 21 October there will be two different performances to enjoy. In the day, there will be an opportunity to experience a unique performance by Theatr Felinfach’s performing school ‘Porth y Gwir’, a site-specific show based on the themes of global warming and the environment starting from Theatr Felinfach and then to Longwood Community Woodland near Llangybi. In the evening Theatr Bara Caws will return with a performance of ‘Draenen Ddu’, Angharad Tomos’ translation of ‘Blackthorn’ by Charley Miles. There’s also an opportunity to watch ‘Porth y Gwir’ on 22 October.

In November, there will be an opportunity to watch ‘Annie Cwrt Mawr’ on 7 November by the company Mewn Cymeriad. A one woman play based on the inspiring Peace builder Annie Jane Hughes Griffiths. 11 November will bring an evening of lively music with the folk band ‘Ar Log’ and the inimitable Dewi Pws. Bringing November to a close will be an imaginative performance for children ‘Swyn’ with Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru based on Krystal S. Lowe’s book ‘Whimsy’ with performances on 27 and 28 November.

What better way to start the festivities than by watching ‘Theatr Felinfach’s Welsh Christmas Panto’? The annual show will run from Saturday 09 December and then from 11 to 16 December. Join the Dyffryn Aeron crew as they celebrate the National Health Service turning 75 years old.

Did you know that you can become a Friend of Theatr Felinfach? By supporting the Theatr you can save money throughout the year, get early bookings, exclusive evenings and much more.

You can also volunteer during performances by becoming a steward. This is a great opportunity to gain new skills, receive training and be part of the cultural buzz at Theatr Felinfach.

For more information and tickets visit Theatr Felinfach’s website theatrfelinfach.cymru or contact the Box Office on 01570 470697 or theatrfelinfach@ceredigion.gov.uk between 9:30am-4:30pm, Monday to Friday.

You can also keep up to date by following our social media channels: Facebook and YouTube at Theatr Felinfach or X (Twitter) and Instagram @TheatrFelinfach.

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