News

News

Christmas 2022 – Miracle on 34th Street

We are delighted to announce that we will be back in the Radio Studio Theatre this Christmas with a new version of Miracle on 34th Street - A Live Radio Play! The WBFR Playhouse will be back in theatres all over Wales. With our partners Pontardawe Arts Centre and Arts Council Wales we will start a twenty-three venue tour on November 13th. For those of you that remember It's A Wonderful Life...we can't wait!

The Many Lives of Amy Dillwyn on tour – Spring 2022

After almost two years, we have completed our first tour post-Covid! The Many Lives of Amy Dillwyn tells the story of Swansea's great suffragist, novelist and industrialist in her own words. After eighteen months of devising and development, we brought her story to theatres all over Wales. A co-production with The Welfare, Ystradgynlais, and Arts Council Wales. "A phenomenal performance," Elen, Pwllheli - "a warm absorbing performance by Sonia Beck." Theatre Wales website

Cardiff Harbour Authority Project and Arts and Business Cymru

We are delighted to announce that we have been commissioned by the Cardiff Harbour Authority and Arts and Business Cymru to produce a pair of shows, one on bicycles and one on foot, to tell the story of the Bay....We will be performing in May and June 2022.... Watch this space!

Erasmus Project – The Face Behind The Mask

We are delighted to announce that we are part of the last ever Erasmus Project to be run in Wales! The Face Behind The Mask project will run until the middle of 2023 and will take us from Wales to Italy, Spain and Ireland.

Joe Bach in Ystradgynlais

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...

First Live Performances for over 18 months….

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...

Covid Recovery Grant – White Lies available online…

We are delighted to say that Arts Council wales have given us a Covid Recovery Grant to continue our work during the lockdown period. We have already produced new audio comedy versions of Aberystwyth Mon Amour, O Little Town of Aberystwyth and Ivor the Engine - Our latest offering, 'White Lies' by Robert Shearman is out now.

See Swansea with Pedal Gower in 2021

We have designed a number of cycling tours over Lockdown and we will be running several over in the upcoming months. Our first outings of the year are planned for the end of March. We are working in conjunction with BikeAbility Wales and Heritage Lottery Wales. Just email to see if we are free and we will take you on a trip through the region and open your eyes!

Lockdown News – O Little Town of Aberystwyth. Out this Christmas…

We have great news. Our show for Christmas 2020 is a live recorded version of Malcolm Pryce's O Little Town of Aberystwyth.... Louie Knight, Calamity, Myfanwy Montez and the Queen of Denmark - what could possibly go wrong? This has been made possible thanks to a Covid Recovery Grant from Arts Council Wales.