Hot New Year tickets at Swansea Grand

Kick off the New Year in style with the sparkling new season of shows at Swansea Grand Theatre and Brangwyn Hall.

The Band, a new musical with a beautiful story is for anyone who grew up with a boyband. The Band features the music of Take That, Britain’s most successful boyband of all time, whose songs include Never Forget, Back for Good and Shine (29 Jan – 2 Feb).

There’s more musical magic with the Our House, the musical with the Madness soundtrack (14 to 16 Feb) and Dirty Dancing is back from 19 to 23 Feb. Be transported back to the 80s with Fame the Musical from 1 – 6 April. Thriller Live dances back onto the stage from 29 April to 4 May.

Treat the little ones with a trip to see Ben and Holly on 6 & 7 Feb and The Sooty Show on 15 April. The Little Mix Experience returns on 18 April.

Charlotte Keatley’s award-winning play, My Mother Said I Never Should is the most widely performed work by a female playwright worldwide and graces our stage from 28 – 30 March. Octopus Soup, a brand new British farce, runs from 23 to 27 April.

There’s a whole host of other sensational shows to see, including Variety Night Live with your Welsh favourites: Mike Doyle, Ceri Dupree, Kev Johns and more on 26 Jan and ‘The History Guy’, Dan Snow, makes his first appearance at the theatre on 9 Feb. Peter Andre is on 5 March and The Sensational 60s Experience is back on 16 March.

The BBC Now programme continues at The Brangwyn Hall with Stephen Hough plays Beethoven on 19 Jan and Bolero: Viva Espaṅa is on 8 Feb. In March you can listen to Elgar’s Enigma Variations (3 March) and Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No.2 is on 12 April.

Also at the Brangwyn Hall, Here Come the Girls on 29 March, with Dianne Buswell and Amy Dowden who established themselves on the hit BBC show Strictly Come Dancing and joined by Chloe Hewitt. An Audience with Anfield Legends is on 2 April and Swansea Philharmonic Choir is on 13 April and country music giant, Charlie Landsborough, brings his final tour to Swansea on 26 April.

For more information or to book tickets call 01792 475 715 or visit