Tours, Talks and Workshops
Add value to your Theatre visit! Available to both schools and individual customers, shows displaying this symbol will offer either workshops, pre/after show talks, book signings and more and are often free of charge to those with a ticket for the performance. Contact our Box Office for further details on how to book. This is what's coming up - other events will be added as the season progresses so it's worth checking back from time to time. Subscribers to our e-newsletter will be informed automatically.
Ychwanegwch werth at eich ymweliad i’r theatr! Ar gael i ysgolion a chwsmeriaid unigol, bydd sioeau sy’n arddangos y symbol hwn naill ai’n cynnig trafodaethau cyn/ar ôl y sioe - fel arfer yn rhad ac am ddim i bobl â chanddynt docyn i’r sioe. Ffoniwch ein Swyddfa Docynnau i gadw eich lle neu ewch at y tudalennau sioe ar ein gwefan am fanylion pellach a’r pobl i gysylltu â nhw.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream Workshops and Performances for Schools
We are offering free workshops to participating schools who book to see a performance! These workshops will look at the themes thrown up in the text and are designed to show how actors and directors approach their work. Shakespeare's plays were primarily written to be performed, not read. Therefore with this in mind, the workshops aim to be practical and relevant. To suit all secondary age groups. Please call our Box Office staff direct to enquire about matinees and workshops.
Alvin Sputnik: Deep Sea Explorer Wednesday 10 October Tim Watts, the man (and hands) behind Alvin Sputnik, will be holding a Q & A session with the audience after the performance. Free to ticket holders.
Dance Shorts Friday 12 October 7.00pm: Theatre Foyer The fabulous free and feisty Dance Shorts returns with 10 minutes of fresh and exciting dance from emergent dance artists. This is a free event and no booking is required - just come along and enjoy!
Dance Shorts is an exciting initiative made possible with a grant from the Arts Council of Wales. A partnership between venues and artists, it aims to increase accessfor audiences to see quality Welsh talent and to provide opportunities for Welsh dance artists to show their work in unusual places.
Mid Wales Opera - ‘Director’s Cut’ Tuesday 6 November 6.30 – 6.50pm: Joanna Field Gallery Hear more about Mozart and Don Giovanni in a short pre-performance talk in which Andrew Griffiths, the talented young Conductor of this show, will attempt to unmask one of the greatest opera characters ever created. Free to ticket holders. Call our Box Office to reserve your seat.
Scarecrow Thursday 14 February 2013: Studio Theatre ajtc Theatre Company invite you to join them after the show to chat with the performers, toot the hooter and learn more about the scarecrow environment. You will also have the chance to meet the puppets and say goodbye to them. Free to ticket holders.
The Elephant Bridesmaid – Book Signing Saturday 30 March 2013: Theatre Foyer Popular children’s author Steven Lee will be available to sign copies of his book, How The Koala Learnt to Hug And Other Australian Fairytales, which will be on sale at a specially reduced rate after the show.
This is just a taste of what’s available. Other events will be added to the website as the season progresses and subscribers to our e-newsletter will be automatically informed. The Torch Theatre is also available to lead workshops in schools, take you on a backstage tour, talk to you about our work, and in some cases offer work experience.
We welcome enquiries from individuals, schools and community groups, so don’t be afraid to ask. We’d also love to hear from you with ideas for projects you have in mind. However, we are not a training organisation or advice centre, so we cannot always respond to requests for careers advice. If we think we can help you, then of course we will.
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