Blodeuwedd

Discontented with conquering his mother’s curse and creating a wife from flowers with the help of magic, Lleu now longs for an heir.  Blodeuwedd is also unhappy, trapped in a human form and lured by the wild nature of the forest.  When young prince Gronw Pebr falls into this trap,

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The Wind in The Willows

The Point Youth Theatre will be taking to the great outdoors this summer with their version of a classic tale. Following the sell-out success of their 2011 production of The Jungle Book, the youth theatre will once more be out in the open to bring Kenneth Grahame’s Wind in the

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The Mikado

Comic operetta with a Japanese theme. Songs such as ‘Three Little Maids from School’, ‘A Wandering Minstrel’, ‘A Most Humane Mikado’ etc. One of Gilbert and Sullivan‘s most popular works. In the town of Titipu, local government has fallen into the hands of two dubious characters: Ko-Ko, in charge of public executions; and

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The Compleat Female Stage Beauty

London, 1661.  The reign of Charles II, the womanising, dashing, Merry Monarch.  After decades of Puritan austerity, crowds flock to playhouses to see the sensation of the age: an actress of exquisite beauty, charm, and talent. Her name is Edward Kynaston. Kynaston  ‘Ned’ reigned supreme as the foremost interpreter of

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Finding Joy

A comic, anarchic, touching and heroic full mask adventure an immensely affirmative joie de vivre Vamos Theatre, in a co-production with The Courtyard, Herefordshire’s Centre for the Arts, is delighted to present its new full mask touring production, Finding Joy. Joy is creative, funny, loves to dance, and is losing her memory:

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Sleeping Beauty

When an evil curse is placed upon a baby Princess, the King and Queen do everything in their power to keep her safe.  But on her sixteenth birthday the Princess pricks her finger on an old spinning wheel and the whole Kingdom falls into a very deep sleep.  If only

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The Snow Queen

The Snow Queen plots to transform the world into a scene of dazzling white where everyone’s hearts are as cold as ice. Will Gerda, with the help of the Goddess of Spring, be able to rescue her brother Kai who is under the evil Queen’s spell and save the world

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Hansel and Gretel

One of the world’s best loved fairy tales comes to stunning life in one of the world’s best loved operas. Hansel and Gretel. Two hungry children driven from their home find themselves alone in the great dark forest where they happen upon a magical house made out of sweets. From

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Romeo and Juliet

The greatest love story of all time confronts each new generation with its passion and force Death, jealousy, revenge and sorrow plague the young lovers as they risk everything to be together and let true love prevail. Without compromising Shakespeare’s original text, this tragic love story is brought vividly to

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Phoenix and the Carpet

The Phoenix and the Carpet is a fantasy novel for children, written in 1904 by E. Nesbit. It is the second in a trilogy of novels that began with Five Children and It (1902), and follows the adventures of five children – Cyril, Anthea, Robert, Jane and the Lamb. The children buy a new

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Peter Pan

This enchanting production followed Wendy, John and Michael Darling as they are led on a magical adventure through Neverland by the mischievous Peter, meeting a gang of Lost Boys, a tribe of pirates, mermaids, crocodiles, Tinker Bell and of course the vicious Captain Hook along the way. The Point Youth

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Much Ado About Nothing

Expectations were set high by Welsh company Mappa Mundi’s self-description of its work: “gloriously irreverent, populist and accessible.” A fun-loving Much Ado is always to be welcomed, and the setting – Britain between the wars, a culture where women have been taking on traditional men’s roles – offered an interesting take on the traditional

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