The Muni Arts Centre
The Muni Arts Centre
Saturday 15 March 8.00pm.
"One of Scotland's most adept singers" Mojo
'One of the leading artists of the contemporary folk scene' Maverick
£12.50 in advance, £15.00 on the door.
The greatest love story the world has ever known...
Black RAT Productions bring you their take on Shakespeare's most famous play. Given a modern setting and with some of South Wales' finest emerging young actors alongside established professionals, Romeo & Juliet promises to be a theatrical feast - one not to be missed!
£6.50 School groups including workshop at 10.30am
Friday 28 March 8.00pm.
Featuring a trio of exceptional tribute bands: The Small Fakers, Humble Lie and The Faces Experience, this brilliant tribute celebrates one of the most dynamic and creative periods in British popular culture.
Over two and a half hours, The Faces Story recreates the sights, sounds, energy and excitement of these three amazing bands in one sensational show.
£15.00 in advance, £18.00 on the door.
Wednesday 2 April 8.00pm.
Expect elegant flourishes of language, twisted logic and whimsical storytelling courtesy of one of the most original comics in the UK.
"magical storytelling a rare talent hysterical & accomplished" Time Out
£12.00 . Over 18's Only
Tuesday 8 April 7.30pm.
A comic, anarchic, touching and heroic full mask adventure
Joy is creative, funny, loves to dance, and is losing her memory: her grandson Danny is rebellious, fearless, bright, and always getting into trouble. When out of the blue Danny decides to become Joy's carer, they discover a shared playfulness and a mutual affection. But is that enough to take on the challenges ahead?
UK-based Vamos Theatre creates innovative full mask theatre that brims with visual inventiveness, music, puppetry, dexterity and hilarity.
Suitable for 12 years and upwards
This laugh-out-loud epic is one of Frank's best comedies with misunderstandings and mishaps from start to finish.
Tracey receives some unexpected news, but isn't sure who to share it with, her solid dependable Mam or her hypochondriac Dad? No, best confide in Gran, she'll know just what to do.
Unfortunately Dad, who is too nosey for his own good, overhears the conversation and being totally self-absorbed, thinks the news relates to him, and this is when the mayhem starts!
Frank is hysterical as Gran and never leaves the stage - even during the interval!
£12.00 Concessions £9.00. Two tickets for £14.00in rows A - DD on Tuesday night and at the Wednesday matinee.