The Winter's Tale tour of Wales

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The Winter's Tale tour of Wales

Time: June 11, 2015 at 6:30pm to July 26, 2015 at 9:30pm
Location: Across Wales- opening in Thompson's Park Cardiff
Street: Romilly Road
City/Town: Cardiff
Website or Map:…
Phone: 02920 304400
Event Type: outdoor, theatre, tour
Organized By: Taking Flight Theatre
Latest Activity: Jun 5, 2015

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Event Description

Shakespeare’s romantic tragi comedy is a story of loss, repentance love and reconciliation and is brought to you this summer in true Taking Flight style…. Join the party at a lively jazz club where toe- tapping music might even get you dancing- then watch as jealousy destroys this vibrant world, leaving it devoid of promise and in a state of eternal winter. Don’t despair; you’ll be whisked over the sea to a place where music, love and plenty of laughter can heal these tragic wounds.


Funded by The Arts Council of Wales and The millennium Stadium Charitable Trust

Directed by Elise Davison

BSL Translation by Daryl Jackson,  Sami Thorpe and Stephen Collins

Every performance in relaxed and is supported with BSL/ SSE and audio description. Touch tours upon request- pls call or text Alastair on 07932 601859

All are welcome- from babes in arms to grandparents and beyond!

June- 11-18    Thompson’s Park Cardiff

June 20 Parc Cwm Darran Caerphilly

June 21-23 Hilton Court, Haverfordwest

June 25-28 Denbigh Castle


July 1 Cyfarthfa Castle Merthyr Tydfil

July 3-4 Unity Festival Cardiff

July 5 National Botanical Garden of Wales Carmarthen

July 8-9 Rhuddlan Castle

July 10 Caernarfon Castle  

July 11-12 Loggerheads Country Park Mold  

July 16-18 Stackpole Centre Pembroke

July 19 Kidwelly Castle

July 21-22 Tintern Abbey Chepstow

July 23-24 Valle Crucis Llangollen

July 25-26 Blaise Castle Estate Diary Farm Bristol

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