Lighthouse Theatre is dedicated to producing character-driven interpretations of classic texts (both novels and plays), screenplays and new writing.




We are touring It's A Wonderful Life - A Live Radio Play this autumn and Christmas....

A new performance-based literary walking tour of Mumbles


This autumn, we will be touring 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 is produced in co-operation with Pontardawe Arts Centre, Arts Council Wales and Tŷ Cerdd.

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.

In 2016 we premiered a stage adaptation of Malcolm Pryce’s cult comedy noir classic Aberystwyth Mon Amour.  An affectionate pastiche of the film noir detective genre, set in an Aberystwyth controlled by a Druid Mafia, this world premiere played to packed houses and delighted audiences up and down the country.
Further details can be found on this site.

We finished the year with Willy Russell’s classic comedy drama Shirley Valentine. This one -woman tour-de-force, which went on to be a much loved film, toured nationally to packed houses and critical acclaim.

2017 saw a major tour of Stephen Jeffreys’ acclaimed adaptation of Charles Dickens Hard Times. Please take a look at the trailer below

Our most recent show, The Kaiser And I toured until the end of May. We have received some great feedback.

‘Superb shows’, ‘The best way to spend two hours after work’, ‘You made me laugh and cry in equal measure’

This is the performance trailer.

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.

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– South Wales Evening Post