At the Dylan Thomas Theatre, we not only show our own Swansea Little Theatre productions, but all other outside productions and events that take place at the theatre. If your production or event is missing, please contact email@example.com.
PLEASE NOTE: Tickets are not posted out, they will be available for collection at the theatre. The theatre will be open one hour before the show.
UPCOMING AUDITIONS. Our August production is ''YES PRIME MINISTER'' from 7 - 10 August.
"Left me crying with laughter ... the piece achieves one of those blissful peaks of great farce when it becomes physically impossible to stop laughing ... a smash hit if ever I saw one" - Charles Spencer, Daily Telegraph.
Audition dates - Friday 10 May, Monday 13 May at 7.30pm and Sunday 19 May at 3.00pm. Cast is six males, one female.
OUR MAY CLUB NIGHT. On Monday 20 May, David Taylor is directing ''Public Eye'' by Peter Shaeffer. 7.00pm for 7.30pm
We can't give the story away, but it is a delightful play, part of a duo with ''Private Ear'' which Dave and Dreena performed (many years ago) with Gwynn Roberts. It's one of those plays you always remember.
UPCOMING AUDITIONS. ''THE GHOST TRAIN'' - Perfomance dates 13 - 16 November 2019. Directed by Owen Staton
Arnold Ridley's classic drama that has been filmed no less than three times. A silly young man strands six passengers at a small Cornish station.Despite warnings, they decide to stay the night in the waiting room. They soon regret their decision - cue ghostly and not so ghostly apparaitions before the true events are revealed.
Audition dates - Thursday 27 June at 7.00pm, Sunday 30 June at 3.00pm, Tuesday 2 July at 7.00pm
Based on the French comedy by Rene Fauchois, this adaptation by Emlyn Williams has all the fun, wit and satire of the original.
An impoverised artist, Christopher Bean, lodged with the Haggett family, none of whom rated the artist's work. Now he is deceased, they are amazed to find Bean has acquired a reputation as a great artist and his work commands a lot of money. The family have some of Bean's work - who owns it and what is it ...
Blue Stockings is the first full-length play by Jessica Swale. It is set at Girton College, Cambridge in 1896. Its title refers to bluestockings, a derogatory term for female intellectuals. The action involves four ver...
Specially written for the National Youth Theatre the play was one of the first stories to capture the phenomenon of football fans and depicts with enormous vigour the story of Harry Philton, a 'football fanatic' and his progress forwards from the end of his schooldays.
Football is in fact only the background to the author's real concern, which is the emptiness and futility facing so many youngsters today when they leave secondary school at fifteen, only to fin...
Honk! is a musical adaptation of the Hans Christian Andersen story 'The Ugly Duckling' incorporating a message of tolerance. The book and lyrics are by Anthony Drewe and music is by George Stiles (of the British songwriting duo Stiles and Drewe). The musical is set in the countryside and features Ugly – a cygnet who is mistaken as an ugly duckling upon falling into his mother's nest and is rejected by everyone but Ida (his mother), a sly tomcat who only befrien...