Wales Millennium Centre
7th – 17th June
Captioned performances: Thurs 14 June 6pm + Sat 16 June 3pm
Part murder mystery, part gig, and a whole lot of fun; Double Vision is a brand-new thriller from Wales Millennium Centre and award-winning theatre company Gagglebabble.
A thrilling ride through the darkness of the human psyche, inspired by Alfred Hitchcock and Ernest Lehman’s unfinished script, ‘The Blind Man’. A story about friendship, perception and betrayal.
Cast includes UCAN’s Mared Jarman.
Lovecraft (Not the sex shop in Cardiff)
Ffresh, Wales Millennium Centre
5th – 16th June
BSL Interpreted performances: (Interpreter: Sami Thorpe) Fri 8 June 8pm + Thurs 14 June 10pm
Created and performed by Welsh actress and singer Carys Eleri. Lovecraft (Not the Sex Shop in Cardiff) is a brutally honest and witty show about the neuroscience of love and loneliness.
Drawing from her own experiences, Carys combines smart and ludicrously funny songs with heartfelt tales, taking you on a journey to discover how love works, why it makes us do crazy things and why hugging is the answer.
Dance House, Wales Millennium Centre
14th – 24th June
Age Guidance 14+
BSL interpreted performances, Saturday 16 June 7pm + Saturday 23 June 2pm (Interpreter: Tony Evans)
National Theatre Wales’ and Quarantine’s extraordinary new show invites its audience into a conversation about language with performer Jonny Cotsen – a performance built out of a fascination with what happens when we try to talk about how to live together.
It’s inspired by the theatricality of language lessons, and discussions with migrants who learn English for all kinds of reasons. For business, for pleasure, for survival, to take part, to pass the test…
Dr Sally Austen in conversation with Bella Bathurst: Sound
Jacob’s Antique Market
BSL interpreted performance, Sunday 10 June 4pm (Interpreter: Lianne Lusty)
Sound draws on this extraordinary experience, exploring what it is like to lose your hearing and – as Bella eventually did – to get it back, and what that teaches you about listening and silence, music and noise. She investigates the science behind deafness, hearing loss among musicians, soldiers and factory workers, sign language, and what Deaf people know about these subjects that hearing people do not.
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