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The Three half Pints in The three Musketeers

Three Half Pints in Three musketeersThe seventeenth century has never been so silly! Chaos, mayhem and stupidity reign supreme as children’s comedy trio the Three Half Pints swish their swords, buff their boots and flourish their feathers in their most ridiculous adventure yet!
Will they defeat the dastardly evil-doers? Will they save the damsel in distress? Will they actually read the book before writing the show?
Fresh from Justin’s House and Spot Bots, join the CBeebies’ favourites in a hilarious new slapstick adventure of chivalry, swordplay and suddenly falling over. “high jinks come thick and fast .. hilarity to the point of exhaustion” The Stage “exuberant slapstick silliness and great fun for the whole family” – MumsnetMost suitable for ages 5 and over
ABOUT THE PERFORMER
The Three Half Pints are a family friendly slapstick comedy group. Hobgoblin Co,edgy Award finalists and stars of a major new CBeebies series the Three Half Pints are fast rising stars in the comedy world. Laugh like never before as you come with them whilst they slip trip and tumble their way through a miss mash of misadventure suitable for anyone ages 5-105! *****- Three Weeks "The Three Half Pints...this show is sure to captivate you" ****- Broadway Baby "The Three Half Pints never miss a beat...your cheeks will hurt from smiling so much" ****- EdFringe Review "The Three Half Pints put the slap back in Slapstick... kids and grown ups alike will laugh at the physical humour" Karen Kidman, Creative Arts East "These three performers are masters of their craft" Liz Moran- Artistic Director of the Gulbenkian "It is very rare to be able to programme exceptionally funny comedy that has an equal appeal to all ages, the Three Half Pints achieve just that. They are highly skilled physical performers and are quite simply brilliant! I cannot recommend them highly enough."

Performance time 7pm doors open 6.15 Seats first come first served Tickets £6 bring a crowd and save buy 4 or more at £5 each

 

Allan Yn Y Fan In Concert

An AYYF concert is an uplifting experience - a mixture of some of the gems from the storehouse of Welsh traditional music and song coupled with original compositions. A multi-instrumental and vocal sextet, Allan Yn Y Fan has been recording and touring internationally since 2003. “Probably the best Celtic band to come out of Wales in the 21st Century” according to Maverick magazine, whilst The Living Tradition acknowledges the band’s role in “establishing the rightful importance and place of Wales within Celtic music and helping to put it well and truly on the musical map.....”

Full Ticket Price £8.00
Children under 15
£4.00

A touch of Mrs Robinson


A touch of Mrs Robinson
Fiona Coffey
Is it wrong to behave badly? Can you be sexy without disgracing yourself? Could a touch of Mrs Robinson change your life? A touch of Mrs Robinson is a new musical cabaret inspired by the woman who seduced The Graduate and became a legend in her own leopard print. With a stylish selection of jazz numbers and Sixties pop songs from artists such as Cilla Black, Dusty Springfield, Burt Bacharach and the Kinks, Fiona Coffey invites audiences to explore Mrs Robinson’s journey from college girl, to embittered 50s housewife, to suburban swinger. What made Mrs Robinson seduce a boy half her age? Was she bored? Depraved? Lusty by nature? Or, did the affair with Benjamin kick-start a desperate bid for freedom?
Full Ticket Price £9.00
Students /Children£5.00

A View from the edge

A View from the Edge
'Owdyado Theatre Company

The Show Private eye and troubled sleeper Charlie Daniels is hired by the seductive Elise Hillerman to investigate the disappearance of her husband – a prominent gallery owner. Meanwhile, writers Charlotte and Dan struggle to write the script of their new noir-inspired theatre show about an art forgery ring. As scenes spin, fragment and entangle with each other, one question arises: whose reality is real? A View from the Edge is a slick and surprising show where the search for the truth provokes a mind-bending journey through the world of dreams, imagination and real life. With its sharp wit, quick pace and a heavy dose of noir style; from the classic to the neo, A View from the Edge also takes influence from cult filmmakers Charlie Kaufman and David Lynch. A View from the Edge is a highly original show that will not only delight and intrigue but will keep you guessing until the end. Pay attention now. Its about to get weird...
Full Ticket Price £10.00
Students £6.00

The Bear Mid Wales Opera Canolbarth Cymru


The Bear
Mid Wales Opera Canolbarth Cymru
Mid Wales Opera presents THE BEAR A comedy in one act Play by Anton Chekov Music by William Walton Libretto by Paul Dehn MWO Small-Stages presents a micro-chamber version of this twentieth century one-act comedy classic – William Walton’s The Bear. Composed in 1967 and based on Anton Chekov’s play of the same name, it tells the tale of the widow, Mme Popova, unendingly mourning the death of her husband until the arrival of the rough-hewn yet charismatic land agent, Smirnov (the “bear” of the title) demanding payment of debts. Passions run high and their sparring culminates in a duel during which the two appear to have fallen unexpectedly in love. Full of entertainment, comedy, parody and great tunes, this pilot ‘Small-Stages’ tour by MWO delivers a whole new concept in opera. Directed and designed by MWO’s Artistic Director Richard Studer, The Bear is performed by three singers and five musicians with no conductor, in a new performing edition by MWO’s Music Director Jonathan Lyness. The opera lasts one hour and is sung in English. The performance concludes with a potpourri of popular operatic excerpts performed by both musicians and singers, tailor-made for each venue, with refreshments and the opportunity for informal discussion and chat with the performers. A brilliant introduction for audiences new to opera and a fabulous opportunity for all music lovers to hear Walton’s classic comedy in its fiftieth anniversary year, this intimate production is designed to have the widest possible appeal and to fulfil MWO’s mission for keeping opera live and local across rural Wales. “They make it work, they deliver with punchy, impactful theatre, and they cast with strength” Opera Now “And above all, it was just what opera should be doing: serving the community” Independent on Sunday
Full Ticket Price £8.00
Students Children £4.00