At present, due to the ongoing CoVid 19 situation, all of our activities on stage and outdoors have been curtailed. We welcome donations to help us continue our work.
To find out more about us, please click here:

FORTHCOMING EVENTS

  • 22Jul2021BOOK Pedal Gower – City By The Sea

    10.00am, The National Waterfront Museum. Free to attend but booking necessary. Approx 2 hours. Donations welcome for BikeAbility Wales and Lighthouse Theatre.

    22Jul2021BOOK Pedal Gower – Splendid Curving Shore

    2.00pm, The National Waterfront Museum. Free to attend but booking necessary. Approx 2 hours. Donations welcome for BikeAbility Wales and Lighthouse Theatre.

  • 23Jul2021BOOK Pedal Gower – Gower Industrial Heritage

    10.00am, BikeAbility Centre in Dunvant Rugby Club. Free to attend but booking necessary. Approx 6 hours. Donations welcome for BikeAbility Wales and Lighthouse Theatre.

    09Aug2021BOOK Pedal Gower – City By The Sea

    10.00am, The National Waterfront Museum. Free to attend but booking necessary. Approx 2 hours. Donations welcome for BikeAbility Wales and Lighthouse Theatre.

  • 10Aug2021BOOK Pedal Gower – Splendid Curving Shore

    10.00am, The National Waterfront Museum. Free to attend but booking necessary. Approx 2 hours. Donations welcome for BikeAbility Wales and Lighthouse Theatre.

    11Aug2021BOOK Pedal Gower – Gower Industrial Heritage

    10.00am, BikeAbility Centre in Dunvant Rugby Club. Free to attend but booking necessary. Approx 6 hours. Donations welcome for BikeAbility Wales and Lighthouse Theatre.

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LATEST NEWS

We are working with The Welfare in Ystradgynlais to 're-stage' our promenade performance on the streets of the town where we meet Josef Herman, sketching his favourite subjects...

Our last performance in front of a live audience was It's A Wonderful Life in December 2019... We are back in July 2021 with a new show created for an audience on bicycles for Pontardawe Arts Centre, Those Were The Days...

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Lighthouse Theatre are a touring company producing classic and contemporary theatre for new and established audiences. The spaces that we visit reflect our commitment to engaging people beyond our mainstream audience with whom we have a reputation for high quality theatre. We tour theatres, pubs, immersive spaces and cycle paths!

As we said, all of our activities on stage and outdoors have been curtailed. However, we have audiobooks of our shows available on https://soundcloud.com/user-465494937 and we have produced several film versions of our performance walking tours which you can see free of charge on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8XpSGZJDhA4&t=181s

In 2019 we toured It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play. This stage version of the classic festive film is presented as if it is a live radio broadcast in a studio in 1940s New York. It was produced in co-operation with Pontardawe Arts Centre, Arts Council Wales and Tŷ Cerdd.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCYCPhMgd9I

Take a glance at the trailer….

We also offer theatre skills’ workshops as an adjunct to touring productions, usually – but not exclusively – based around the text we are performing. Over the last few years we have performed works by Noel Coward, Dylan Thomas, Richard Burton, Daniel Jones, Shakespeare and several new plays.

Take a look around and should you wish to book one of our shows or workshops or if you  just want to get in touch and find out more, please go to our Contacts page.

Lighthouse Theatre aims to tour high quality, entertaining and accessible work throughout Wales, often with a local theme. Strong story-telling, whether classic or original, familiar or unexpected, is at the heart of what we do, and always exploring the possibilities of the performance.

Theatre with heart, in the heart of the community.

Lighthouse…a beacon of quality shining a light on the world of theatre

– South Wales Evening Post