There’s always an exciting line-up of shows at Swansea Grand Theatre and the Brangwyn Hall and the upcoming season is no exception with something for the whole family.
September sees Swansea Grand Theatre and Theatr na nÓg coming together for an exciting joint venture. Theatr na nÓg’s award-winning Eye of the Storm is at the Grand from 24 – 28 September. This new musical play is set against a backdrop of the Welsh Valleys, with an original soundtrack by Grammy Award winner Amy Wadge.
The extremely popular, That’ll Be the Day, returns on 3 September and The King is Back on 5 September is for Elvis lovers everywhere. Hello Again – the Story of Neil Diamond is on 18 September
Horrible Histories (30 Oct – 2 Nov), with ground-breaking 3D special effects, will thrill you and your children as the Terrible Tudors and Awful Egyptians come alive on stage and hover at your fingertips.
It’s never too early to book for panto and this year’s ever popular Peter Pan, starring Tristan Gemmill (Robert Preston in Coronation Street), Ricky K (Britain’s Got Talent) and the grand dame of Swansea’s pantos, Kev Johns, will be a swash buckling sensation from 13 December to 12 January.
If you want to glide gracefully around the beautiful Brangwyn dance floor there’s a Tea Dance on 7 August and the Swansea Beer and Cider Festival is back on 22 – 24 August.
Pop, folk, new wave and punk collide when The Proclaimers play the Brangwyn Hall on 1 September. With the help of special guests from the Souvenir Programme, John Finnemore will be performing brand new sketches and some old favourites on 26 September.
It’s time to start planning your Christmas party – see our round-up of the Best Christmas Parties for 2019.