Family Friendly Shows at Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama - Summer 2018(1 Post)
Shows for all the family this summer at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama. From puppetry to musical theatre.
Sat 30 June 11am
Sun 1 July 11am, 2.30pm & 5pm
Mon 2 July 10am & 7pm
Tues 3 July 10am & 7pm
The Tragic History of the Troubled Rise and the Terrible Demise of the Greatest Chef the World Has Ever Known
A Faustian tale of fine dining and foolish choices, performed and created by the Royal Welsh College puppeteers. Witness the troubled rise and terrible demise of one of the greatest chefs in the world, in a cautionary tale of greed, pride and devilishly good food!
Tickets £10 adults, £8 children (£5 Schools)
Venue: DEPOT, Construction House, 22 Dumballs Rd, Cardiff, CF10 5FE
BETTY BLUE EYES
Wed 27 June – Wed 4 July 7.30pm
Matinees Sat 30 June and Tues 3 July 2.30pm
No performances Sunday or Monday
Book by RON COWEN & DANIEL LIPMAN
Music by GEORGE STILES
Lyrics by ANTHONY DREWE
Based on the HANDMADE film ‘A PRIVATE FUNCTION’ and the original story by Alan Bennett and Malcolm Mowbray
Adapted from the Screenplay by ALAN BENNETT
Originally produced in London by CAMERON MACKINTOSH
Directed by Graham Gill
It’s 1947 and despite post-war rationing a small community in Yorkshire are determined to celebrate the upcoming wedding of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip in style. Betty the Pig is set to be the star of the banquet but not if illegal meat Inspector Wormold has anything to do with it! Join us this summer for this hilarious and touching British musical, which features a host of eccentric characters and toe tapping songs.
Tickets: £15, £13 concessions (Under 25s £6)
Venue: Richard Burton Theatre - Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama. Castle Grounds, Cathays Park, Cardiff CF10 3ER
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