Wales Millennium Centre

Accessible Performances November 2017 – January 2018

Donald Gordon Theatre

Tiger Bay

Audio described and captioned performance Saturday 25th November 2.30pm

Audio described performance Saturday 25th November 7.30pm

Miss Saigon

Captioned performance Tuesday 12th December 7.30pm

Audio described performance Thursday 14th December 2.30pm

BSL interpreted performance Tuesday 2nd January 7.30pm

Weston Studio

Odyssey Group – Second Star to the Right

30th November – 2nd December

Audio described and BSL interpreted performance Friday 1st December 7pm

Box Office – 029 2063 6464

Hijinx Odyssey

Second Star to the Right

 Weston Studio

Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff Bay

30 November 2017 – 2 December 2017 

Price: £9 (under 2’s free)


Dreams aren’t what they used to be in Neverland. With Peter Pan gone, who can save Imagination, Adventure and the Second Star to the Right?

This Christmas join Odyssey, Hijinx’s community theatre group, as they restore hope to Neverland in a sparkling new production written by Llinos Mai. The Second Star to the Right features a vibrant cast of disabled and non-disabled performers from Odyssey, pupils from Woodlands High School and haunting, original music.

Touch tours available 45 minutes before the start of each performance if you call 02920 300 331 at least 24 hours before the tour to book. Audio Description and BSL interpretation (Sami Thorpe) will be provided on Friday 01 December, 7pm, with headsets available for collection from the entrance to the Weston Studio.

To book tickets please visit –

For more information please call 029 2030 0331

Word Ward



A creative writing group for anyone with a long term health condition


Every other Wednesday from Wednesdy 6th September  2017  6pm -7.30pm

at Wales Millenium Centre, Cardiff Bay

(meet and greet in the concourse)

For more information contact

     Rhian – 07476 997670

or Fizzy 0777360794

Wales Millennium Centre

Hunt for Volunteers

Wales Millennium Centre is Wales’ national arts centre – a hub of creativity in the heart of Cardiff Bay.

We are looking for volunteer ushers to immerse themselves in art, culture and creativity in an innovative and rewarding way.

Through our commitment to creating inspirational and life-changing experiences that broadens horizons, we are delighted to announce that we will be welcoming our community to engage further in the arts through participation in a brand new volunteering scheme.

We welcome expressions of interest from anyone who wants to experience what we have to offer. 

In the first instance, we are looking for Volunteer Ushers to help enhance our world-class customer service.

You’ll join our fantastic Customer Experience team, whose main role is to give the public a warm Welsh welcome to the Centre, and ensure that all visitors are able to enjoy the Centre in a safe and welcoming environment.

All of our volunteers receive an induction and full training, together with a uniform and badge. Volunteers will also be able to watch the diverse range of shows as part of our ever increasing artistic programme.

Volunteer Role Description

As a volunteer at the Wales Millennium Centre, you will be at the core of our customer experience. You will act as an usher and ensure health and safety standards are met within venues at the Centre. You’ll also get to watch the diverse range of shows as part of our ever increasing artistic programme.

We’re hoping that our volunteers will do on average 3 shifts per month, but if you’d like to spend more time with us the Centre, you are more than welcome to. Shifts tend to be no longer than 5 hours, and should they be any longer we will let our volunteers know.

Everyone is eligible to apply for a volunteering position, however we prioritise applicants from the Cardiff area.

If successful you will be required to attend an induction.

Please note that you must be available for the induction dates.

For more information visit or email [email protected]

Cosy – 8th to12th March – WMC

Cosy-main“It’s like I’ve disappeared. I walk down the road and throw no shadow.”
“That’s what getting older does for you.”

Rose wants an exit plan that is bold and invigorating, but her three warring daughters have other ideas. We all have to die, but what makes a good death? Everyone seems to have an opinion, Rose’s three daughters, her precocious granddaughter and even the strange woman taking refuge in the garden.

Cosy is a darkly comedic look at the joys and humiliations of getting older and how we shuffle off this mortal coil. Written by award-winning writer Kaite O’Reilly, it tackles head-on our obsession with eternal youth, and asks whose life (or death) is it, anyway?

Click HERE to buy tickets