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What’s on 23 November – 23 December

Hansel, Gedeon and the Grimms’ Wood

Plays/Shows/ PERFORMANCES Until 22 December

MARGARET AND THE TAPEWORM An uninvited guest lurking at the office buffet brings surprising consequences for love-lorn Margaret and determinedly festive Amber. As this trio collides we discover that, person or parasite, no-one wants to be alone at Christmas. Chapter;

Until 28 December

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD Full of charm, songs and fun, this new version of the classic tale is the perfect Christmas treat for children aged 3 – 6


and their families. Sherman Theatre;

23 November – 29 December

ALICE IN WONDERLAND Follow Alice down the rabbit hole this Christmas to meet all of your favourite characters. Catch up with the White Rabbit (he’s still running late) or join the Mad Hatter for tea; just mind the Queen of Hearts doesn’t see you or it will be “off with your head!” Sherman Theatre;

27 November – 1 December

SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER Whilst paying homage to the 1977

John Travolta classic, this all new stage version promises more drama, more music and is bound to have you jiving in the aisles. Wales Millennium Centre;

28 November – 1 December

SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN Filled with every memorable moment from the film and a downpour of unforgettable songs including Singin’ in the Rain, Good Morning and Fascinating Rhythm. This show will be the perfect pre-Christmas treat for all the family. New Theatre;

28 November – 8 December RAGE Thirty-one scenes based on a series of photos by Joel Goodman, which captured the excitement and the mayhem of New Year's Eve 2015/16

in Manchester city centre. Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama;

28 November – 8 December THE GLASS MENAGERIE Williams’ powerful and moving play about love and bitterness became a defining moment for American theatre. Tom is trapped in a job he hates following his father’s abandonment. His overbearing mother demands that he helps to find a suitor for his fragile sister Laura, who is lost in her imagination. Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama;

29 November – 8 December ROAD 1987. Working class Britain is in despair. Unemployed and

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