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What's on in theatres this summer

Book your tickets now for this seasons hottest theatre shows.

(Six/Wales Millennium Centre)

3-8 July Annie Wales Millennium Centre The smash-hit production of Annie comes to Cardiff, direct from London’s West End. This ‘glorious revival’ (The Times) stars Strictly judge Craig Revel Horwood as the tyrannical Miss Hannigan! With its award-winning book and score, including unforgettable songs, you can bet your bottom dollar that you’ll love it! 15 July Lipstick On Your Collar Swansea Grand Theatre Step back in time to the golden era of music where the jukebox roared and feet didn't touch the floor. Get your dancing shoes at the ready, grab yourself a milkshake and relax; you are in for an evening of back to back hits from the 1950s and 60s!

(What's Love Got To With It?/Wales Millennium Centre)

29 July What’s Love Got To Do With It? Wales Millennium Centre An exciting live show celebrating the amazing music of Tina Turner. Expect a night of high energy with feel-good rock-and-roll featuring Tina's greatest hits performed by the amazing vocal talent of Holly Bannis supported by a full 10-piece live band. 2 August Lunchtime Theatre: Lodging a Complaint Grand Pavilion Porthcawl Dave and his sister share a flat, their relationship is a little tetchy at the best of times, but when their new lodger arrives, ripples turn to tidal waves. A brilliant new comedy by Kate Bowman that will have you guessing to the end.

8-12 August Six Wales Millennium Centre The crowning glory of Broadway, the West End and beyond, the international smash hit musical Six makes its royal return to Cardiff, following its previous sell-out success! From Tudor Queens to Pop Princesses, the six wives of Henry VIII take to the mic to tell their tales, remixing five hundred years of historical heartbreak into an 80-minute celebration of 21st century girl power. These Queens may have green sleeves but their lipstick is rebellious red.

(The Revlon Girl/Swansea Grand Theatre)

17-18 August The Revlon Girl Swansea Grand Theatre An Olivier nominated play by Neil Anthony Docking. The story is set eight months after the Aberfan Disaster of 1966, in which 144 people were killed (116 of them children), a group of bereaved mothers meet weekly above a local hotel to talk, cry and even laugh without feeling guilty. At one of their previous meetings, the women looked at each other and admitted how much they felt they'd let themselves go. Afraid that people will think them frivolous, they've secretly arranged for a representative from Revlon to come and give them a talk on beauty tips. The action takes place on a rainy Tuesday night in a room above the Aberfan Hotel.


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