#1 - Milky Peaks
The first of two big musicals on our list, Milky Peaks is a hilarious new show set in Wales. When a shady far-right organisation wants to take over the town (in Snowdonia, of course) then who will save the day? The show is eye-wateringly funny - at moments bizarre, at moments tender and heartwarming – it’s a testament to the incredible ability of its writer, Anglesey’s Sieriol Davies.
1 - 22 Apr | Book Now
#2 - The Famous Five
The second of our big musicals - Enid Blyton’s cult classic book as you’ve never seen it before – sweet, tender and filled with adventure – the show brings together two producing powerhouses – Theatr Clwyd and Chichester Festival Theatre and is directed by the award-winning Tamara Harvey. Tickets are already selling fast for this one by the way…
23 Sep - 15 Oct | Book Now
#3 - The Play That Goes Wrong
The original (and in our humble opinion the best) of the shows from the Gone Wrong gang – it’s a hilarious disaster-filled farce following the efforts of the brilliantly inept Cornley Drama Society to put on their latest production – it sold out when it came to Theatr Clwyd in 2018 – physical comedy at its finest.
26 - 30 Apr | Book Now
#4 - Boeing Boeing
A classic farce, carefully constructed plans turn to comedic chaos for Bernard. Keeping his three fiancées (it is set in the 60s) on separate timetables all is going to plan until his old friend turns up and things start to unravel. Expect comic chaos and a cad getting his comeuppance.
24 - 28 May | Book Now
#5 - Celebrated Virgins
The first of two brand new plays commissioned for 2022. Celebrated Virgins looks into the lives of the famous Ladies of Llangollen, Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby. The ladies set up residence in Llangollen after being forced to leave Ireland. People have been fascinated by their relationship and story, so now they take to the stage to set the record straight.
20 May - 4 Jun | Book Now
#6 - A Pretty Sh*tty Love
Our second world premiere of the season. This new drama is based on real events – a show about desperately wanting to fall in love and then meeting the person you think is “the one”. Or are they? The story of Hayley and Carl, how they find each other, come together and split apart in the heart of the pretty shitty city.
8 - 23 Jul | Book Now
#7 - Robin Hood – The Rock and Roll Panto
It is never too early to plan a trip to the pantomime! If you’ve never been to a Theatr Clwyd Panto get ready for lots of Rock ‘n’ Roll tunes, incredible costumes, water pistols (naturally), puppets (of course) and our dazzling dame Phylip Harries is back! So grab your arrows, pull on your tights, you don’t want to miss Robin Hood!
19 Nov - 14 Jan | Book Now
#8 - Kiri Pritchard-McLean
You’ll have seen Kiri on Live At The Apollo or even hosting Have I Got News For You. This comedy legend will have you howling. She’s back home in Anglesey and is ready to talk about the last two years. Expect brutal honesty, and lots of sequins.
30 Oct | Book Now
#9 - Comedy Club with Tudur Owen
The third of our Anglesey comedy trio (after Sieriol and Kiri) - if laughter is the best medicine, we highly recommend a dose of Tudur Owen and the comedy club gang. Four comedians for just £10, what better way to spend a Sunday night.
1 May | Book Now
#10 - One Another – NDCW
One of the best contemporary dance companies in the UK, National Dance Company Wales return for three amazing new dances in one night giving something for everyone. Be thrown into your childhood, Welsh mining communities and fearless dance. It’s a time to reconnect with theatre, dance and One Another.
10 - 11 May | Book Now
#11 - Dream: Ballet Cymru
…but not as you’ve seen it before! Based on A Midsummer Night’s Dream you’ll know all the usual tomfoolery that tends to go on but add to that Ballet Cymru’s unique style, stunning projection and original music and you’re in for a real treat!
29 May | Book Now
#12 – Lava
London adjusts to life after an unthinkable disaster…(no it’s not what you think!) an asteroid has hit the city! Meanwhile there’s a boy meets girl but with a twist, the boy can’t speak. What happens to those who can’t express themselves? It’s about friendship, grief, loss and finding humour in the most difficult of times.
4 May | Book Now