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Martin Dodd for UK Productions in association with Swansea Grand Theatre presents

At the Grand

The Perfect Gift

At the Grand

Wed 15th Dec 2010 - Sun 16th Jan 2011 Various times

Footlights Café Bar

Swansea Grand Theatre Vouchers Stuck for a present for that special occasion, Christmas or birthday? Well, look no further. Treat your loved ones to a unique evening of high class entertainment at Swansea Grand Theatre. Swansea Grand Theatre Gift Vouchers are the perfect solution for any occasion as the vouchers can be credited against any Swansea Grand Theatre production of your choice. Vouchers are valid for one year and are available in any denomination. New this season are vouchers for our restaurant. This is the perfect package for an evening out. National Theatre Tokens are also available at Swansea Grand Theatre’s Box Office to exchange for theatre tickets at over 200 theatres throughout Britain, the West End and, of course, Swansea!

Pre-show suppers, lunches and drinks are all on offer on show days. The perfect place to relax and meet friends. Full bar service is available pre-show, interval and postperformance (30 minutes following ‘curtain down’). For reservations, please call Footlights on 01792 478593. Bookings advisable. Swansea Grand Theatre and its Arts Wing are available for weddings, functions and conferences. Please contact Carol Rowden on 01792 478586 or e-mail

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all? This year’s cast stars top teen soap Hollyoaks heart-throb Kevin Sacre, who has played colourful character Jake Dean for over six years. He will be playing our hunky Prince. Everyone’s favourite mum, Melanie Walters, from the hit show Gavin and Stacey will be turned into a Wicked Queen for the season. (“Anyone for an omelette?”). Boogie Pete, aka Peter Hillier, from CBeebies will be playing ‘Muddles’ and back by popular demand Kevin Johns will be making his 13th panto appearance at the Grand to ensure that there are laughs a plenty. The title role will be played by the loveable I’d Do Anything, ‘Nancy’ hopeful Sarah Lark and, of course, there will be seven mischievous dwarfs to complete the line-up! Signed performances: Wed 12th Jan, 7.00pm & Thurs 13th Jan, 2.00pm Audio Performance: Sat 8th Jan, 2.00pm

£8.50 - £19.00 Family(4) £65.00 Selected concessions available on selected performances✦

Paul du Fer presents

Fri 21st Jan 7.30pm

Tues 25th Jan 7.30pm


Wed 26th Jan 7.30pm

Thurs 27th Jan 7.30pm

Killer Queen

Precious Little Sleep Starring Wayne Sleep

Killer Queen have been performing their tribute to Queen concert’s since 1993. Their expert musicianship, extraordinary energy and accurate portrayal of the world’s greatest live band have rightfully earned Killer Queen the title of Queen tribute royalty. Thrilling sell-out audiences across the globe from the UK to Moscow, Killer Queen recreates the high energy, powerful phenomenon that was Queen live.

£15.50 & £17.50 Selected concessions available✦

“This guy is not to be missed.” Editor

‘Precious Little Sleep’ starring dance legend Wayne Sleep is a celebration of the life and career of Wayne with dance routines specially choreographed by Wayne himself.

£15.00 - £18.00 Selected concessions available✦

The Johnny Cash Roadshow


Clive John and The Spirit Band present ‘The Johnny Cash Roadshow’, the only Johnny Cash tribute show that matters. Along with his world class band, Clive delivers all the hits including The Ring of Fire, A Boy Named Sue, Folsom Prison Blues, Man In Black, One Piece at a Time, Sunday Morning Coming Down, Jackson, Hurt and many more from throughout Johnny Cash’s long career.

Originally a ‘timber man’ from Lavant Tin Mine, Jethro will be performing armed with nothing more than a microphone, a stand and a small table with his favourite drink to hand. As he paces the stage from side to side, you’ll hear hilarious antics of rural comedy delivered to you in a warm, Cornish accent.

This is so much more than just a tribute to Johnny Cash, this is an audio and visual spectacle.

Selling over four million standup comedy DVDs to date, isn’t it about time you came and experienced some serious nonsensical twaddle?!! Contains Adult Material.

£14.00 & £16.00

£16.50 & £18.50

The Sir Harry Secombe Trust presents


Fri 28th Jan 7.00pm

Sat 29th Jan 7.00pm

Take A Bow Following the success of Billy Elliot and A Chorus Line in 2010, join the members of The Sir Harry Secombe Trust at this musical extravaganza as they take you through a variety of songs ranging from Disney’s Alice in Wonderland to Rodgers & Hammerstein classics from South Pacific, Oklahoma! and Carousel.

£7.00 - £11.00

The Annual Mark Jermin Stage School Awards Night A glittering reflection of the accolades and achievements of the young performing arts students and children from the prestigious Mark Jermin Stage School. A celebrated evening and prize giving ceremony with special appearances from students past and present. Celebrity guests, surprises and lots more. All Mark Jermin students, families and friends, both past and present, are invited to our famous awards night!

£10.50 - £14.50 Aftershow Party Village Hotel, Swansea. Tickets available separately from The Mark Jermin Stage School on 01792 458855.

Tues 1st Feb 8.00pm


Thurs 3rd Feb 7.30pm

Stephen K Amos

Punt & Dennis

The Best Medicine

They Should Get Out More

Fresh from a busy year filming his own BBC2 comedy series ‘The Stephen K Amos Show’, Stephen is back on tour with more melt in the middle, heartfelt humour to warm the very cockles of your heart. Laughter really is the best medicine and the Doctor will see you now!

A brand new show which sees them returning to the live arena after four years. Hugh Dennis’ popularity has catapulted since their last tour, following his role in the awardwinning Outnumbered (BBC1) and his quick-witted quips as a regular panellist on Mock the Week (BBC2). He and Steve Punt also enjoy continued success in the award-winning and acclaimed BBC Radio 4 programme The Now Show.

£18.50 “If laughter is the best medicine then Amos should be prescribed by the NHS for his formidable healing powers.” Evening Standard

£18.00 & £20.00


Fri 4th Feb 7.30pm

Sat 5th Feb 7.00pm

Mon 7th Feb 7.30pm

Rumours of Fleetwood Mac Greatest Hits World Tour 2011 It’s the ultimate tribute to one of rock and roll’s most truly remarkable stories... From the raw innocence of the innovative, soul-searching blues of the 60s’ Peter Green era, we travel through the band’s reincarnation to record one of the decadedefining albums of the 70s, Rumours, before the band metamorphosed again into one of the 80s rock’s most staggeringly successful super groups. This is a musical journey of quite epic proportions. For well over a decade, and now nearing a million concert tickets sold, Rumours of Fleetwood Mac are among the very elite of tribute acts worldwide.

£18.50 - £22.50

Jimmy Carr Laughter Therapy If you have a sick sense of humour, maybe laughter is the best medicine. Not to be taken if you have a sensitive disposition. Recommended dose: one new show to be taken annually (I said annually).


An Evening with Blake Blake’s incredible journey started in 2007 when four friends reunited on Facebook and quickly took the music world by storm as they blurred the lines between pop and classical singing, creating a unique sound like none before. Since that time they have released 3 award winning albums, have travelled the globe, appeared on over 80 tv shows, sung for Royalty, performed at Wembley, Twickenham & Wimbledon and can count a host of legendary stars amongst their loyal fans. Their live shows continue to wow audiences all around the world, with a rich harmony sound that brings spectacular colour to much loved classical and pop anthems. Blake’s onstage humour and rat-pack mischief make every show unique.

£18.00 - £22.00 Selected concessions available✦

Andre Heller presents

The Original Theatre Company in association with Anvil Arts and South Hill Park Arts Centre presents

Tues 8th Feb 7.30pm

Wed 9th - Sat 12th Feb 7.30pm

Afrika! Afrika!

Dancing at Lughnasa

A sensory discovery of Africa

By Brian Friel

The magical circus adventure from the amazing continent.

Olivier award-winning play.

Afrika! Afrika! gives us a dazzling glimpse of a continent beyond the stereotype of poverty and conflict, one in which a kaleidoscope of artistic and cultural expression exists. Through music and dance, it pays tribute to the extraordinary cultural diversity of Africa, and of our world as a whole. It offers a stage where African artistes and creators can express themselves fully and freely.

£20.00 - £25.00 Selected concessions available✦

Starring Daragh O’Malley (best known as Sgt. Harper in the Sharpe series). Summer 1936. In a cottage in the remote Irish village of Ballybeg, the five Mundy sisters live a simple life in the shadow of the hills of Donegal, with their recently returned brother Jack, a missionary priest, seven-year-old Michael, and a wireless set called ‘Marconi’. Years later, the grown up Michael looks back at that fateful summer when the knockings of change finally caught up with the Mundy family. The play paints a vivid and life-affirming portrait of these brave women following their loss of love and opportunity, played out against the echoes of the twentieth century with a dark humour, raw energy and tenderness.

£10.00 - £16.00 Selected concessions available✦

Mon 14th - Sat 19th Feb 7.30pm, Thurs & Sat Mats 2.00pm

Monty Python’s Spamalot And now for something completely different... Audiences all around the world have been roaring with laughter since Monty Python’s Spamalot, by Eric Idle and John DuPrez, won the Tony Award for Best Musical in 2005. Spamalot tells the legendary tale of King Arthur and the Knights of The Round Table and features a bevy (or possibly a brace) of beautiful show girls, witch burnings (cancelled health and safety) not to mention cows, killer rabbits and French people. The show features the hilarious songs He Is Not Dead Yet, Knights Of The Round Table, Find Your Grail and, of course, the Nation’s Favourite Comedy Song Always Look on The Bright Side of Life. Don’t miss your night with the Knights of The Round Table at the most infectiously funny musical of the millennium.

£17.50 - £32.50 Selected concessions available on selected performances✦

“Truly a Knight to remember.” Daily Telegraph


Mon 21st Feb 1.00pm & 3.30pm

Tues 22nd Feb 2.15pm

Fireman Sam

Circus Hilarious

The hero next door is back, in a brand new show live on stage... Pontypandy Rocks!

Starring father and son Clive Webb & Danny Adams

Join Fireman Sam, and all his friends, as Pontypandy hosts its first ever music festival! This day promises to be one of Fireman Sam’s busiest yet as he’s called to save a festival that promises to rock Pontypandy. Will Sam save the day? Will the show go on? Will Elvis finally get to perform? And will it all happen before Norman finds out who the guest star is and ruins the surprise for everyone? With great new songs, daring new rescues, and more adventure than ever before, you won’t want to miss this brand new live show!

Adult: £10.00 & £13.00 Child: £11.00 Family(4): £44.00

Clive Webb as Ringmaster plays the harassed figure of dignity, constantly reduced to frustration and despair by the inane comedy of his son Danny Adams. They are joined in the spring tour by Cousin Timoni; the stunning Circus Hilarious Dancers featuring the lovely voice of Kristina Castellina; and the return of Professor Mick Potts with Clownforce, the clown rock band like no other, as Danny Adams causes havoc in his attempts to ‘join in’. Hilarious By Name - Hilarious By Nature. We can confidently say that you should be prepared to laugh your socks off!!

Adult: £12.00 Child: £9.50 Family(4): £40.00

Dunvant Male Choir presents

Wed 23rd Feb 7.30pm

Thurs 24th Feb 7.30pm

Fri 25th Feb 7.00pm

Sat 26th Feb 7.30pm

John Beatty’s ‘Wild Vision’ Images and stories from the wilderness John Beatty is widely acclaimed as one of the most exciting and stimulating nature, travel and adventure photographers to have emerged in recent years. With over twenty years of assignments to his name, John’s work has taken him from the peaks of all the Greater Ranges to the American deserts, to the ferocious volcanic eruptions of Iceland and the wonder of the Galapagos Islands. John is a captivating and inspiring storyteller and Wild Vision is a chance to hear about his extraordinary life.

£13.00 Selected concessions available✦

“A superb creative experience.” Sir Chris Bonington

Masters Of The House Sing The Musicals!

The Best is Yet to Come

Back by popular demand, this newly updated musical feast features former stars from Les Misérables and other hit West End musicals, performing in concert.

All proceeds in aid of Help for Heroes.

The Masters of the House are renowned for their superb vocals and entertaining presentation, delivered with panache by some of the leading theatre artistes of today. Indeed, performing in The Masters of the House has now become firmly established as the top option for the cream of West End singers between their theatrical roles.

£15.50 & £16.50

The South Wales Evening Post invites you to see and hear young entertainers, including singers, dancers, comedians, musicians and pop groups, aged 4 - 18 years, presenting their talents on the Grand Theatre stage. Produced, Directed and Compèred by Alex Frith MBE.

£8.00 & £9.00

The Principality Building Society Welsh Musical Theatre Young Singer of the Year Competition Now in its ninth year, the event is aimed at supporting young singers embarking on careers in musical theatre, and featuring last year’s winner, Michael Riseley. Previous winners include David Thaxton (Sondheim’s Passion), Connie Fisher (Sound of Music tour) and Christopher Orton (Producer of new musical My Land’s Shore).

£8.50 - £16.00

Mon 28th Feb 2.00pm


From the producers of the smash hit “Sing-a-long-a Sound of Music”

Tues 1st Mar 7.30pm

Wed 2nd Mar 7.30pm


Thurs 3rd Mar 7.30pm

Pack Up Your Troubles Max Boyce and special guests

Sing-a-Long-a ABBA

Pack Up Your Troubles combines the very best of Music Hall with the great songs of the wartime 40s for a non-stop stream of sing-along favourites, fun and laughter all under the watchful eye of your Chairman! So dust off that feather boa and hurry along and enjoy an afternoon of song and merriment entertainment for all the family - a good old-fashioned sing-along knees-up!

The concert event Abba fans have been waiting for... The Swedish supergroup’s greatest hits performed live with on-screen lyrics so everyone can join in!

The Circus of Horrors has had a major revamp and is back rockin’ and shockin’ with a special brand new show created especially to celebrate 15 bloody years.

Over the years, his BBC TV series have been hugely successful with ‘Max Boyce’s World Cup Journey’ nominated for a Bafta award.

With live singers on stage, a party bag for everyone, fancy dress, Dancing Queen competition, the big screen with lyrics and, of course, some of the best music you’ll ever hear. Sing-a-Long-a ABBA is the perfect night out for all!

Starring Carolyn Allen from New Tricks and Only Fools and Horses.

Don’t miss this concert so you can say “I Was There!”

Fancy dress is not obligatory but highly recommended!


£19.00 & £22.00


The show contains some of the greatest, most bizarre and beautiful circus acts on earth. From daredevil flying trapeze to a vampire crow woman suspended only by her hair, from whirlwind roller skaters to sword swallowers. All this plus pickled and bendy people, voodoo warriors, knife throwers and an almighty cast of 26 of the wildest, weirdest but most of all greatest performers on earth. This is without a doubt a musical masterpiece with the help of the devil-driven Rock ‘n’ Roll of Dr Haze and The Interceptors from Hell.

Selected concessions available✦

Max Boyce is a Welsh icon. His albums have sold in their millions and subsequently he has been awarded six gold discs and an MBE! His album ‘Doctors Papers’ soared to number one in the album charts, the first and only comedy album ever to do so!

The Circus of Horrors The Four Chapters from Hell

£13.00 - £25.00 Selected concessions available✦


Fri 4th Mar 7.30pm

Mon 7th Mar 7.30pm

Kings of Swing

Tues 8th Mar 7.30pm

Count Arthur Strong Command Performance

The Big Ballet The Size Does Matter Tour

“A comedy ballet of weighty elegance and adorable humour” An ensemble of 16 Corps de Ballet dancers, each weighing no less than 16-stone and united in a common cause; not to lose a single pound. From Russia’s Ural mountains, The Big Ballet formed in 1994 and set out to deliberately and, above all, self-confidently challenge accepted social standards in a world where the pursuit of slenderness and beauty seems obsessive. The dancers courageously and imposingly prove that grace, elegance, charisma and nimbleness are not the demesne of the “thin”, proudly presenting their voluptuous yet surprisingly sinuous and flexible figures. These ladies enchant their audiences with different classical and modern ballet pieces in a hilarious comedy show full of fun and astonishing choreography.

£15.00 - £21.00

The ‘Kings of Swing’ is a live concert featuring the ‘Kings of Swing Orchestra’ under the direction of Paul Francis and presenting some of the best ‘swing’ vocalists currently performing throughout Europe. Celebrating the hits of Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Dean Martin, Bobby Darin, Nat King Cole with hits such as: Mr Bojangles, Mack The Knife, Fly Me to The Moon, Everybody Loves Somebody, That’s Amore, I Get A Kick Out Of You, Beyond The Sea, New York New York and many more. If ‘swing is your thing’ then this is the show for you!

Count Arthur Strong’s new show, ‘Command Performance’, is so new, not even he knows he’s doing it yet. Don’t worry about that though, it’s never stopped him before! So get your Maltesers out, roll your trouser legs up and sit back and enjoy this potentially wonderful show (pausing only to glance up from your programme to ask when the interval is). I can guarantee you, you’ll have never seen anything like it, whatever it is. Now, if only we can find him!

£16.00 Selected concessions available✦

£15.50 & £17.50

“A pure, vintage delight pulled off with great aplomb.”

Selected concessions available✦

Theatre Royal, Brighton

Derek Block proudly presents

Wed 9th Mar 7.30pm

Fri 11th Mar 7.30pm


Tues 11th Jan | 7.15pm Mumbles Red Café presents

The Tentmaker Solid Gold Country Legends

Sally Morgan

Now in its ninth year, the award- winning Solid Gold Country Legends has proved popular on both sides of the Atlantic, winning the accreditation of ‘Best Event’ at the British Country Music Awards (BCMA) for 2010.

Fresh from her new TV Series ‘Psychic Sally On The Road’ on LIVING TV, Britain’s best loved celebrity psychic, Sally Morgan returns by overwhelming public demand.

The Solid Gold Country Legends show brings you the perfect mix of old and new country hits from the classics of Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Willie Nelson, Tammy Wynette and Garth Brooks to name just a few. Songs featured in this special evening of country music have achieved Gold Disc status for record sales and include Billie Jo Spears’ Blanket On The Ground, Johnny Cash’s Ring Of Fire, Dolly Parton’s Jolene and Kenny Rogers’ Lucille among many others.

£17.00 Selected concessions available✦

Psychic Sally on the Road

Sally has used her gift over the years to help many people, most notably famous for her work with the late Princess Diana. Her reputation has been built from her close relationship with many high profile celebrities. Sally now brings her amazing abilities and her tremendous personality to the stage with a unique theatrical experience, which is both hugely entertaining and enlightening. Theatre demonstrations are to be deemed for entertainment purposes.


£5.00 Funny, passionate, articulate, smart. The Tentmaker is a one-man one-hour show about the most famous tentmaker of all, Paul, the writer of whole chunks of the New Testament. Performed by Dai Woolridge of Cardiff-based Going Public Theatre. Support by the up-and-coming singer songwriter Beth Bullock. Wed 2nd Feb | 7.30pm

Gyles Brandreth The One to One Show

£16.00 They say all political careers end in tears. In Gyles Brandreth’s case it’s tears of laughter as the actor, author, One Show reporter, former MP and government whip turns stand-up. This is Brandreth unleashed on the stars he’s known (one-toone) and the wicked ways of Westminster (no expenses spared). Without hesitation, or repetition, (and just a touch of deviation), Just a Minute regular Gyles delivers a dazzling evening of wit, wordplay and hilarious name-dropping. “Incredibly funny, wildly indiscreet.” Daily Mail

Fri 11th Feb | 7.15pm

Jonathan Davies’ Flowers of Distinction

Steve Williams

Nothing short of Perfection

Stand-Up Story Man


£10.00, £8.00 concessions✦

£8.00, £6.00 concessions✦ Jonathan trained as a florist at Pencoed Horticultural College over 20 years ago. He has gained substantial experience fulfilling requirements for countless weddings and other special occasions, with private clients including Catherine Zeta Jones and Bonnie Tyler. In 2010, Jonathan claimed the top prize at the prestigious Royal Welsh Agricultural Show with Best in Show in the floral art section.

After contributing to the latest series of Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC3), the Chortle Award nominee brings his latest mix of stand-up tales and standout comedy. As seen on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow. Steve never fails to surprise and engage audiences with his hybrid of bizarre stories, larger than life physicality, spontaneous improvisation and skewered view of everyday life. Wed 16th Feb | 7.15pm

Fri 4th Feb | 7.45pm

An Evening with Michael Riseley £8.00, £6.00 concessions✦ Following his successful performance in the theatre’s Summer Entertainment Series, Michael Riseley, winner of the 2010 Welsh Musical Theatre Young Singer of the Year competition, returns to the Grand with a concert of popular songs and musical favourites. From Les Misérables to Michael Bublé, come and enjoy fantastic music sung by an award-winning vocalist. Featuring dancers from the Louise Edwards School of Dance.“An extraordinary performer.” BBC Radio Wales’ Roy Noble

Reminiscences of Childhood Adapted from the works of Dylan Thomas by Adrian Metcalfe, directed by Joe Harmson

£8.00, £6.00 concessions✦ Following its award-winning debut at the Edinburgh Festival, Adrian has performed this one-man show all over the world to considerable critical acclaim. Drawing on Adrian’s own childhood in Swansea, his interpretation of Thomas’ poetry and prose has won international recognition and awards and has played to great acclaim in America, and now begins a tour of venues in Wales, for the ultimate test. Thurs 17th & Fri 18th Feb | 7.15pm

Tues 8th - Thurs 10th Feb | 7.15pm Wed Mat | 2.00pm

Gower College Swansea

Fluellen Theatre Company presents

SA... Nowhere

Lysistrata By Aristophanes, a new translation by Francis Hardy 10+ £8.50, £6.00 concessions✦ The men are fighting an everlasting war. The women are at home and wanting it all to end. What can they do? The answer? Go on a sex strike until the men promise not to fight any more. The perfect response. Or is it? Lysistrata is the world’s first anti-war comedy and still as outrageous as ever after two millennia.

£8.00, £6.00 concessions✦ The play tries to identify some of the characters and voices that are hidden away in our city; characters that are not always seen walking around our streets; people who are hidden; people reluctant to tell their own stories. This production has been created by Performing Arts students from the Gorseinon Campus of the newly formed Gower College Swansea who are following the intensive One Year Acting Diploma offered by the college in collaboration with Swansea Grand Theatre.



Thurs 3rd Feb | 7.15pm

Frapetsus Productions present

Connection Failed By Jack Llewellyn £8.50, £6.00 concessions✦ 16+ Direct from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Swansea-based Frapetsus Productions present the hilarious comedy Connection Failed. The Internet gave us the world of social networking. Whether your social vice be Facebook or Twitter, MySpace or Bebo, our lives are now played out to our invited guests. This new comedy focuses on the lives of young professionals in modern Wales as they attempt to survive the dating game and balance their private and personal life in full view of their ‘friends’.

Thurs 31st Mar & Fri 1st Apr | 7.15pm Bold Productions & Aberystwyth Arts Centre present

Leonardo’s Last Supper & Noonday Demons By Peter Barnes, Directed by Richard Hull £8.50, £6.00 concessions✦ Leonardo’s Last Supper. Da Vinci awakens in a filthy charnel house having been prematurely declared dead. His joy at resurrection, and at the further works of genius he will now be able to leave the world is not shared by the financially driven grotesques who run the mortuary...

Thurs 10th Mar | 8.00pm

Simon Munnery Self-Employed


Noonday Demons. A hellish comedy of organised religion concerning two fourth century anchorites vying with each other for rigorous piety through a bizarre battle of ritual and action, each attempting to prove their devotion to God.

£10.00, £8.00 concessions

Fri 8th & Sat 9th Apr | 7.00pm Many consider the British Comedy Award nominated, Sony Radio award-winning, star of BBC2’s Attention Scum a comic genius. Come see why. He’ll wear a suit. Munnery presents a hugely rewarding and inventive mix of stand-up and sketch. One of Great Britain’s Official National Treasures of The Year. “The most exciting and important comedian of the moment.” The Times Fri 18th & Sat 19th Mar | 7.15pm

Mark Jermin Stage School £10.50 & £8.50 Wales’ prestigious stage school arrives at the Arts Wing for another show-stopping performance. Two nights showcasing top new talent in south Wales. Want to keep up with all the latest news and events at the theatre? Join Swansea Grand Theatre on Facebook, Twitter and MySpace.

Wiseman Stage School in conjunction with ‘Just a Note’ music tuition presents

Songs from the Shows £8.50 & £10.50 An evening of breathtaking entertainment and talent showcasing our pupils between 5 - 23 years of age, singing and dancing along to all your favourite show tunes. Wed 13th & Thurs 14th Apr | 7.15pm

Twinkle Little Star £8.00, £6.00 concessions✦


Harold Thropp is an old-school pantomime dame, slowly watching his career dwindle as the era of the grande dame has receded, and the cult of TV celebrity has risen. Now, in this dark comedy starring Douglas Mounce, he reflects both on his prospects in a world where his kind of entertainment no longer draws a crowd, and on his tempestuous personal life.



Mon 7th - Wed 9th Mar | 7.15pm


Comedy Club £7.50


White Room

Laughing since 1999. See the comic stars of the future, today, at Swansea’s Comedy Club. Come and experience some of the best acts from the UK and International comedy circuits. Two acts and one compère. If easily offended please stay away!

Sat 29th Jan, Sat 26th Feb, Sat 26th Mar, Sat 30th Apr | 12.30pm Fluellen Theatre Company, in association with Swansea Grand Theatre, presents

Winner of One Year On New Designers 2010

Lunchtime Theatre

Sat 15th - Fri 28th Jan

£5.50, £4.00 concessions✦

Ffynone House School

Take a short rest from your weekend shopping and make sure you give yourself an entertaining lunch break in the heart of Swansea. The plays will feature new work by writers based in Wales. They will have a maximum one hour running time and food and refreshments are available. For full details check out

Thurs 24th & Fri 25th Feb, Thurs 28th & Fri 29th Apr | 2.00pm - 4.00pm

Swansea City Circus Workshops with Jimmy Juggle

Hannah Davies, Surface Pattern Design specialist, draws on her love of nature for inspiration, producing intricate work rich in texture and colour. Combining illustration and pattern design, “I use my imaginative and detailed hand-drawing as a starting point. I then develop this using my own vibrant watercolours and collage techniques creating quirky stories.”

White Room An exhibition of art in various media from painting to animation created by pupils aged 15-18. Pupils interpret individual themes through to create an interesting and diverse approach. This year’s themes include crime, identity, marriage, home and rage.

£4.00 - £6.00 Sat 5th - Fri 18th Feb Whether a complete beginner, developer or professional, Jimmy Juggle will move you on in any circus discipline. Skills covered will include juggling, diablo, spinning plate, devilstick, pois, object balance, staff, acro balance, corde de lisse, trapeze, silks and general performance techniques and choreography. With classes aimed at all ages including adults, come and discover the benefits circus training can bring you. Swansea Grand Theatre and its Arts Wing are available for weddings, functions and conferences. Please contact events co-ordinator Carol Rowden on 01792 478586, alternatively e-mail

Gower College Levels 1 & 2 A Level Art and Design Students will exhibit work that covers a range of disciplines, including Photography, Textile Design, Graphic Communication and Fine Art. Work on display will be the result of original and creative investigations.


Hannah Davies

Image by Jocasta Napier.


Wed 15th Dec - Mon 3rd Jan Wed 26th Jan, Wed 23rd Feb, Wed 30th Mar, Wed 27th Apr | 8.00pm


Tues 8th - Fri 18th Mar

Swansea City Opera presents

Art on Dialysis White Room

Thurs 10th Mar 7.00pm

An exhibition of work produced by patients whilst undergoing dialysis in the Renal Annexe at Morriston Hospital. It coincides with World Kidney Day on March 11th. The project is funded by the Renal Patients Trust Fund and led by Art Therapist Sarah Griffin. Tues 5th - Tues 26th Apr

Charlotte Leadbeater White Room

The Barber of Seville Rossini Charlotte Leadbeater, former Director of Swansea’s Ballet Russe, returned to St Petersburg to draw and paint the ballet subjects she loves, and was privileged to work in the Vaganova Academy where dancer Rudolf Nureyev trained and danced with Irina Kolpakova and Natalia Dudinskaya. The exhibition will display some of her drawings done in the Mariinsky Theatre from the Kirov Ballet rehearsals.

Collector plan is an interest-free credit service to help you buy contemporary art and craft in Wales. It was set up in 1983 by the Arts Council of Wales. Collector Plan is available at Swansea Grand Theatre. For further information please contact the duty manager.

Swansea City Opera make a welcome return with a production of Rossini’s ever-popular and most famous comic opera, The Barber of Seville. SCO are known for their sparkling performances of comic opera and the Barber will be no exception. Set in Seville in the late eighteenth century, a young Spanish nobleman, Count Almaviva, is in love with the beautiful and rich Rosina, ward of the lecherous Doctor Bartolo, who plans his own marriage to her. Along comes the meddling Figaro, the town barber, and suddenly we have all the ingredients for confusion and mayhem... but will there be a happy ending? Beautifully staged in English with charming traditional eighteenth-century costume and performed by some of the finest singers and orchestral players in the country.

£5.00 - £22.50 Selected concessions available✦

Sat 12 Mar 2.00pm - Ynys Môn (C); Maldwyn / Montgomery (C); Ceredigion (C). 7.30pm - Sir Benfro / Pembrokeshire (E); Maesyfed / Radnor (E); Brycheiniog / Brecknock (E)

Entertainment Feast Let the YFC members entertain you

Gwledd o Adloniant Gadewch i’r CFfI eich diddanu Professional half-hour performances on the Grand stage by YFC members. Wales YFC is the leading rural youth movement in Wales and provides members with various opportunities through the year. Perfformiadau hanner awr o hyd proffesiynol a lliwgar gan aelodau’r CFfI. CFfI Cymru yw’r mudiad blaenllaw i ieuenctid yng nghefn gwlad Cymru ac mae’n darparu amryw o gyfleoedd i aelodau drwy gydol y flwyddyn. (C) Perfformiadau Cymraeg Welsh Performances (E) English Performances Perfformiadau Saesneg

Per Session: £10.00 Day Ticket: £16.00 Gala Ticket: £30.00

Sun13 Mar 12.00pm - Gwent (E); Sir Gâr / Carmarthenshire (E); Morgannwg / Glamorgan (E). 5.00pm - Sir Benfro / Pembrokeshire (C); Sir Gâr / Carmarthenshire (C); Maldwyn / Montgomery (E); Canlyniadau / Results

Clwyd Theatr Cymru, The New Wolsey Theatre and Salisbury Playhouse presents

Swansea Amateurs presents

Tues 15th - Sat 19th Mar 7.30pm, Thurs & Sat Mats 2.00pm

Tues 22nd - Sat 26th Mar 7.15pm, Sat Mat 2.30pm

Guys and Dolls

Children of Eden

Based on a story and characters by Damon Runyon. Book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows. Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser.

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. Based on a book by John Caird.

The setting is the hustle and bustle of New York in 1952. Sky Masterson hits town and falls for a bet with Nathan Detroit, a small-time gambler, that he can take any girl he wants to Havana. When Nathan names Sarah Brown, a beautiful leader of the salvationists at the Save-a-Soul Mission, as the girl he must win, sparks begin to fly...

Award-winning company Swansea Amateurs return with Wicked and Godspell composer Stephen Schwartz’s enlightening musical Children of Eden, which is based on the Book of Genesis.

An enthralling show featuring a cast of memorable characters, dazzling dance routines and some of the best songs in musical theatre - Guys and Dolls, Luck be a Lady and Sit Down, You’re Rocking the Boat - make Guys and Dolls an unforgettable theatrical experience not to be missed! This production is presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd. London on behalf of Music Theatre International of New York.

£10.50 - £20.50 Selected concessions available✦

Audio & Captioned Performance: Sat 9th Mar, 2.00pm

Directed and choreographed by Martyn Knight. Musical Director Christopher Pike. By arrangement with Jospeh Weinberger Ltd on behalf of Music Theatre International of New York. Affiliated to the National Operatic and Dramatic Association.

£9.50 - £14.50 Selected concessions available✦


Mon 28th Mar - Sat 2nd Apr 7.30pm, Thurs & Sat Mats 2.00pm

Shakespeare 4 Kidz presents

Mon 4th Apr 10.30am & 1.00pm


Tues 5th Apr 7.30pm

Stand Up... and be Counted! By Jim Davidson Stand Up... and be counted! A hysterical and hard hitting look at the world of stand-up comedy. Bigoted comic Eddie Pierce faces his critics and peers in a concert that no-one could imagine, with an outcome that no-one could predict. Old School Eddie (Jim Davidson) faces up to the cream of new comedians, including Earl T Richards (Matt Blaize) who is politically correct, brilliant... and black! Stand Up... and be counted! gives us a ringside seat as gay icon Billy Simpson (Lloyd Hollett) and TV’s newest talent Ellie Jayne (Rachael Barrington) share a dressing room with Britain’s most controversial comedian Eddie Pierce. This ‘pull no punches’ play is full of drama and comedy and provides us with a look inside the minds of these troubled entertainers.

£16.00 - £27.50 Selected concessions available on selected performances✦

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Busting Out!

Fairies and fun, royalty and romance, magic and misunderstandings: A Midsummer Night’s Dream has them all. The Bard’s comedy gets a musical transformation from Shakespeare 4 Kidz, whose dazzling version has proved a huge hit every time it has toured.

The babes with the bangers are back! Join our bosom buddies as they star in their own laugh-out-loud and totally liberating show which is part stand-up, part musical and all laughter.

Who can resist the story of a Duke marrying his Amazonian queen, two sets of lovers who elope into the woods where the audience finds Bottom and his funny friends rehearsing a play, feuding fairies and a naughty sprite called Puck, whose mismanaged magic causes no end of merriment. Simply a dream come true.

Adult: £10.00 Student/Child: £6.00 Teacher goes free with every ten children.

Busting Out! has been embraced by audiences across the globe, with sell-out seasons in Australia, New Zealand and the UK. No matter what your age, gender, shape or (cup) size, Busting Out! is an uplifting celebration of bouncy songs, wobbly jokes, knicker-wetting sketches and practical demonstrations of how to have bags of fun with your fun bags!

£16.50 - £18.50 Selected concessions available✦

Warning: Contains nude parts


Wed 6th Apr 7.30pm

Thurs 7th Apr 7.30pm

Fri 8th Apr 7.30pm

Sat 9th Apr 7.30pm


Lenny Henry

Hot Runnin’ Soul

Cradle To Rave 10cc, one of the most successful groups of the 70s, embark on a nationwide tour to coincide with the release of their album, ‘The Greatest Hits and More’ on Universal. Join 10cc as they perform hit after hit with over 10 top ten hits including three No 1s: Rubber Bullets, I’m Not In Love, Dreadlock Holiday, Donna, Art For Art’s Sake, Good Morning Judge, The Things We Do For Love, I’m Mandy Fly Me, Life Is A Minestrone, The Dean And I, The Wall Street Shuffle. 10cc are Graham Gouldman, Rick Fenn, Paul Burgess, Mick Wilson and Mike Stevens.

£20.00 - £25.00

Soul & blues legend

Lenny Henry returns to his musical roots in his new oneman comedy show. Music has always been a huge part of Lenny’s life and it was impersonating Stevie Wonder that first catapulted him into the entertainment industry in 1975. Lenny won the New Faces talent show at 16 years old and has been a comedian ever since.

Geno Washington and Jimmy James with The Ram Jam Band plus special guests The Ukaye Ukes.

An accomplished comedian, actor, writer, TV presenter and fund-raiser, Lenny still cites his first love as music. Cradle To Rave which Lenny co-wrote with Jon Carter, will take audiences on a voyage through the decades exploring the exact role music has played in his life and continues to play. It is a touching journey but, in true Lenny style there are plenty of laughs and lots of funky tunes.

Featuring all the hits - Geno’s Michael, Que Sera Sera, She Shot a Hole in My Soul and Jimmy’s I’ll Go Where the Music Takes Me, Red Red Wine, A Man Like Me plus many more.


PP Arnold

Get ready for a fantastic evening of hand-clapping, foot-stomping Soul with Geno Washington and Jimmy James. Two top Soul singers together again on the same bill with the fabulous Ram Jam Band.

£15.00 - £18.00

PP Arnold began her career as an Ikette with Ike and Tina Turner. Her first single The First Cut Is The Deepest penned by Cat Stevens is a Soul classic along with the Chip Taylor classic tune Angel of The Morning. Her unique voice is one of the most powerful and influential of our time. PP Arnold will be performing many of her classic songs as well as some great new material which will be released this year.

£16.00 & £18.00 “PP’s voice is captivating throughout: emotive, passionate, puissant.” Mojo

Guvnor Management presents


Mon 11th Apr 7.30pm

Miles Productions presents

Tues 12th Apr 7.30pm

The Welsh National Comedy Treasures Tour


With Colin Price, Bryn Phillips and Rod Woodward.

Winner of ‘Best International Artist’ at Hollywood Fringe.

Regulars on Granada TV’s, The Comedians, Welsh comedy legends Colin Price and Bryn Phillips perform their own classic style of stand-up comedy. Before the days of ‘PC’ and ‘isms’!, join them for an evening of good old belly laughs! See them before they become extinct!

Following its recent Grand sellout in the Arts Wing and direct from Hollywood, Burton vividly presents the life of the great Welsh actor in his own words from humble beginnings to Hollywood mega stardom. Beautiful women (not least Liz Taylor), alcohol, wealth, stage and screen are the threads woven into this sad, happy, exuberant, often hilarious one-man show.

Joining them is Wales’ own Rod Woodward, one of Britain’s fastest rising comics. This great show will be complemented with live music from Frank Webb & The Champagne Charlies.

£10.00 - £14.00

Thurs 14th Apr 7.30pm

By Gwynne Edwards

Magic of the Dance

Directed by Hugh Thomas. Performed by Rhodri Miles.

They tap on tables, jump over boxes, and stomp the ground until their shoes catch fire. Magic of the Dance is a fast-paced, energetic show where sparks really do fly in this spectacular dance celebrating the history of Ireland in one exciting dance production. This high-octane show has innovative choreography by eight times World Champion John Carey and haunting narrative by Hollywood idol Christopher Lee. Enchanting music, breathtaking pyrotechnics and technologically advanced lighting all combine with the world’s greatest Irish dancers to make sure Magic of the Dance is still the hottest ticket in town!


£15.50 - £19.50

Selected concessions available✦

“Welsh actor Rhodri Miles delivers a brilliant and gripping portrait.”★★★★★ GO’ LA Weekly

Selected concessions available✦

“At a time when dance has never been hotter, this is as hot as it gets!” Evening Post

Fri 15th Apr 7.30pm

Sat 16th Apr 2.30pm

Chas & Dave

The Chuckle Brothers

Together Again: The Final Tour

Barry Potty & His Full Blood Brother Paul in The Ghostly Shadows

Dave has decided to come out of retirement for one final tour. The show will be the whole history of Chas & Dave. The first half will consist of Chas & Dave’s pub set ending with Gertcha in 1979. The second half will feature all their hits since then. Chas & Dave are great musicians and know how to give an audience a good time. They have gained a cult audience of both young and old and due to public demand they are about to be seen together on stage once more.

£22.50 Selected concessions available✦

Barry Potty and his best friend, brother Paul accidentally arrive at Pigsnorts School of Magic. Strange things start to happen with magical illusions and a story that could be an episode of ChuckleVision.

Mon 18th Apr 2.00pm

Memories Are Made of This. Bless ‘em All

High School Rocks!

With Mr Stan Stennett.

A high energy, foot-stomping, totally interactive production featuring all the very best hits from High School Musical 1, 2, & 3, Hannah Montana, Camp Rock and Glee!

More than two hours of great fun and nostalgia awaits when one of Wales’ favourite entertainers, Stan Stennett, and his gang take to the Grand Theatre stage.

£10.00 Selected concessions available✦

Don’t miss this new full scale show with full supporting cast. A big Chuckle Brother’s show to remember!


Thurs 21st Apr 2.00pm

“Veteran entertainer Stan Stennett has been keeping audiences happy for nearly five decades with his distinctive brand of traditional comedy, music and showmanship all combined with a homespun charm.” South Wales Evening Post

The High School Musical phenomenon which has smashed box office records, together with Miley Cyrus from Hannah Montana - The Movie, the hugely successful film Camp Rock with The Jonas Brothers and the Glee Club, are all paid tribute to in this amazing show. Join the superb cast for a rollercoaster ride of fun, as they invite you to the ultimate party to celebrate all of these awesome teen sensations in one fantastic concert.



Wed 20th Apr 7.30pm

Tues 26th - Fri 29th Apr 7.30pm & Wed Mat 2.30pm

Phoenix Dance Theatre



Works by Ben Duke and Raquel Meseguer, Philip Taylor, Sharon Watson and Richard Wherlock. Internationally renowned contemporary dance company Phoenix Dance Theatre visit Swansea for the first time under new Artistic Director Sharon Watson with Reflected. Since her appointment in 2009 Watson has revitalised Phoenix, taking the company back to what it does best - compelling, entertaining and diverse mixed programmes - and reintroducing classic pieces from Phoenix’s rich history. As Phoenix celebrates its 30th birthday, Reflected offers the perfect opportunity to get reacquainted with this exciting company. The bill features two new dance works, a UK Premiere and the return of audience favourite Pave Up Paradise.

Starring Rikki Loney (X Factor), Nikitta Angus (X Factor), Andy Scott Lee (Pop Idol), Emma Beard (Pop Stars - The Rivals), Shaun Smith (Britain’s Got Talent), Stacey McClean (X Factor), Anthony Kavanagh (Grease Is The Word), Kimberley Southwick (X Factor), Aaron Bayley (Pop Idol) and Trevor Francis (Last Choir Standing). Ten of the biggest stars from The X Factor, Britain’s Got Talent, Pop Idol, Pop Stars - The Rivals, Grease Is The Word and Last Choir Standing have been brought together to create reality TV’s Ultimate Pop Group for a spectacular concert of songs inspired by the smash TV hit phenomenon GLEE.

Selected concessions available✦

A high-octane, high-on-life production, brilliant arrangements, and jaw-dropping choreography, bring incredible music from all eras back to life, including Don’t Stop Believin’, Gold Digger, and, of course, mash-ups inspired by the hit TV show.

“The dancers look ready to take on the world.”

£20.00 - £25.00

The Times

Selected concessions available✦

£10.00 - £15.00

Sat 30th Apr 7.30pm



Wed 4th - Fri 6th May 7.30pm

Sat 7th May 2.30pm & 7.30pm

Ha Ha Holmes! The Beast of The Blistervilles

A marvellous comedy thriller in two acts. Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson embark on the most dangerous adventure yet. Throughout history - Blisterville Hall has been embroiled in a dark mystical legend of a supernatural creature that haunts the nearby moors. The Blisterville family are slowly being savaged and eaten. In a race against time, Holmes and Watson try and solve the mystery in this most gripping comedic thriller which promises all the nuts and bolts from the shows you have all grown to love. Book now for a fantastic night out. Bring your friends and family, for this is a sure fire hit! “It’s elementary my dear Watson!”

£10.00 & £14.50 Selected concessions available✦

The Naked Truth

Stepping Out

It’s A Women Thing Real Women, Real Lives.

Based on the play by Richard Harris. Directed by Kathryn Rice. Musical Director James Dummer. Choreography by Rosie Cottle.

Tailor-made for women, The Naked Truth is the hit comedy play from Dave Simpson, the writer of the smash-hit comedy “Girl’s Night Out”, starring Maureen Nolan and Claire King (Emmerdale), Michelle Heaton (Liberty X) and Leanne Jones (Olivier award-winning star of Hairspray). Set in a pole-dancing class (the latest get-fit craze) The Naked Truth is a brilliantly funny comedy about sisterhood. It’s a show for women, about women, that men absolutely must see (if they dare!). “This show is even more uplifting than a Playtex bra!”

Following a sell-out week at The Dylan Thomas Theatre last year, Master Act presents the heart-warming musical Stepping Out on the Grand Theatre stage. Proceeds in aid of David Thomas MBE Bursary for young theatre students. An amateur production. By arrangement with Samuel French Ltd. Book by Richard Harris. Lyrics by Mary StewartDavid. Music by Denis King.



Mon 27th Jun - Sat 2nd Jul 7.30pm, Fri Mat 5.00pm & 8.30pm, Sat 2.00pm

Tues 17th - Sat 21st May 7.30pm, Sat 5.00pm & 8.00pm

Support Swansea Grand Theatre is owned, funded and managed by the City and County of Swansea. Financial support is also provided by the Arts Council of Wales. Cabinet Member for Culture, Recreation and Tourism: Graham Thomas, Director of Regeneration and Housing: Phil Roberts, Head of Culture and Tourism: Iwan Davies. Theatre contacts Tel: 01792 475242 Email: Email:

Spanish Lies By Frank Vickery Following the massive success of Frank’s brand new black comedy Barkin’, he’s back with another comedy classic.

Thriller Live! Celebrating the Undisputed King of Pop Direct from London’s West End, Thriller - Live is a spectacular concert created to celebrate the career of the world’s greatest entertainer. Moonwalking its way around the world, Thriller - Live brings to life the sensational dancing and distinctive sound of Michael and the Jackson 5. With eye-popping multi-media effects and dazzling choreography by the shows award-winning director Gary Lloyd, Thriller - Live marks the first Jacksons dedicated live theatrical experience ever! “A glitzy concert of song and dance. The hits just keep on coming.” Daily Telegraph

What better way for Dougie and Lorna to celebrate 25 years of wedded (sort-of ) bliss than to return to the Majorcan hotel where they honeymooned as excited newlyweds. But it’s more heartbreak hotel than happy holidays for the couple, who find the rain in Spain isn’t the only thing to put a dampener on things. Dougie had been hoping to put the spark back in their flagging relationship but wasn’t expecting the fireworks that the holiday brings! This is classic Frank Vickery farce, packed with laugh-outloud slapstick and one-liners.

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Concessions ✦ Where concessions are offered they may include some of the following: 16 & under, 65 & over Proof of age may be required. Students In full-time education who can produce a current National Union of Student, Overseas Student or similar card. Schools, Under 18 & in full-time education. Party Bookers, People who are booking 10+ tickets for one performance at one time. PTL, Swansea Passport to Leisure Card holders. Theatre Club, On production of a valid membership card. Disabled. The lowest price ticket available for any given performance will be offered to customers with a disability, and their carer/companion (if applicable). Subject to availability. Please note you may be required to produce proof of entitlement for your concession at the time of booking or at entry.

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1. Exchange of tickets will only be considered in cases of emergency and the Management reserves the right to refuse an exchange. Where an exchange occurs, it will be for another performance of the same production. 2. No refunds will be given except for cancelled events. 3. The Management reserves the right to introduce discounts and other price changes without notice. 4. The promoter reserves the right to make any changes to the advertised programme. 5. The use of cameras or recording equipment is strictly forbidden. 6. The Management reserves the right to refuse admission and may, on occasions, have to conduct security searches to ensure the safety of patrons. 7. In exceptional circumstances, the Management reserves the right to offer alternative seats to those specified on the ticket. 8. Please check your ticket - on receipt as mistakes cannot always be rectified. 9. Where a performance has the benefit of English surtitles, patrons should check with the Box Office staff (at the time of booking) as to seat suitability. 10. Concessions ✦. Please check at the time of booking for any available concessions. Not all concessions are available for all performances/events.

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Grand Theatre Brochure Winter Spring 2011  

Swansea Grand Theatre brochure for Winter / Spring 2011

Grand Theatre Brochure Winter Spring 2011  

Swansea Grand Theatre brochure for Winter / Spring 2011