Theatr Clwyd takes to the hills
30 August 2020
Reporter: Sandra Giorgetti
This week saw the first live performances at Theatr Clwyd in five months.
Taking place on top of the hill next to the venue and playing to 'socially distanced', limited-capacity audiences, the programme includes theatre, music, spoken work and family events.
Theatr Clwyd artistic director Tamara Harvey said, “all that we want—all that we’ve been fighting for and working for day after day through all of this—is to bring people back up our hill for moments of hope and laughter, and to share in a collective joy. This outdoor season means more to us than is possible to express in words; and brings us one step closer to the day when we can throw open our doors and tell stories together again.”
Tickets can be booked online for the following:
- Orpheus – a tale of ancient gods and late-night karaoke through spoken word and soaring soul music
- English – a preview of Welsh playwright Tim Price’s brand new comedy
- The Goat Roper Rodeo Band – Welsh trio perform their cosmic ‘Country Blues’
- Welsh of the West End: Live – Steffan Hughes presents an evening of performances by Welsh musical theatre stars
- Three – a musical fairy tale play for children aged 3+ and their families
- Aleighcia Scott – singer-songwriter, Scott, blends soul, R&B and gospel into reggae
- Kidsmoke – the band perform indie-pop
- Tip Top’s Musical Magic – a celebratory night of musical theatre
All tickets are £5.