Autumn 2017 Accessible Performances
Gods and Kings
Performed by Robert Bowman
6 – 9 Sept 7.30pm
Matinee 8 Sept 2.30pm
Friday 8 September 2.30pm Dementia Friendly
Saturday 9 September 7.30pm Captioned
Concessions: £2 off
Under 25s half price
A man leaves a consultation room facing a choice. It should be a pretty straightforward choice. Take the pill and live. Don’t take the pill and die. But the decision proves to be more difficult; does he risk losing his life or risk no longer being the person he has been all of his life?
Challenging perceptions of what it is to live with mental illness, Gods & Kings is a bracingly honest and often hugely funny real-life story.
The Cherry Orchard
By Anton Chekhov
A re-imagining by Gary Owen
Director Rachel O’Riordan
13 – 28 October
Audio Described Performance 20 October 7:30pm
Captioned Performance 27 October 7:30pm
Dementia Friendly Performance 28 October 2pm
£16 – £26
Under 25 half price
Concessions £2 off
Pembrokeshire, 1982. Things are going to change.
One of the most powerful partnerships in European theatre, Gary Owen and Rachel O’Riordan, team-up once again following the success of Killology and Iphigenia in Splott. This autumn, as part of the Russia 17 series, they take on Chekhov’s masterpiece. This radical reworking places the action in early 80s Wales, at the dawn of another revolution – the Thatcher regime. This regime swept away the post-war consensus and created the country we live in today.
Those who have seen The Cherry Orchard before will be able to experience the play as if for the first time. Those who are new to the play will encounter a powerful version of one of the greatest of all plays. If you missed Killology, book as early as you can to secure your seats for what promises to be a major theatrical event.
The Wind in the Willows
1 – 30 December
Dementia Friendly Performance: 15 December 7.00pm
Captioned: 16 December 2.00pm
Touch Tour: 23 December 1.00pm & 6.00pm
Audio Description: 23 December 2.00pm & 7.00pm
Relaxed Performance: 29 December 2.00pm
£26 – £16
£2 off for Concessions
ALL UNDER 25s HALF PRICE
Schools Earlybird £7.50 (before 30 September)
Schools price: £8 (1 teacher per 10 pupils goes free)
Meet Mole, Rat, Badger and Toad and join them on an adventure of a lifetime. Based on Kenneth Grahame’s classic book, The Wind In The Willows offers delightful Christmas entertainment packed with live music for all of the family.
Over the years, Sherman’s main house Christmas show has become one of Cardiff’s essential seasonal treats and this year’s offering will be no exception.
The Magic Porridge Pot / Hud y Crochan Uwd
By The Brothers Grimm
A new version by Alun Saunders
Director Elgan Rhys
3-4 Nov / 25 Nov – 30 Dec
BSL 16 December 11.00am
Relaxed performance 28 December 11.00am
Ages 3 – 6
When a girl does a good deed, she is rewarded with a magic pot which makes tasty porridge on demand – just what her hungry family needs. But one day her mother can’t make the pot stop and soon the whole town begins to fill up with porridge. Who can stop the pot?
The Magic Porridge Pot / Hud y Crochan Uwd, full of songs and live music, offers fantastic fun for under 7s and their families.
Performance dates, times, and language of shows vary. Please contact venue for further details:
Sengennydd Road, Cathays, Cardiff CF24 4YE
Tel: 02920 646900
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