Shows in Partnership

We love working with different organisations and companies across Wales. Take a look at our list of current shows in partnership here!

Betty Campbell - A Journey Through Butetown

Mewn Cymeriad Production, with support from Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru

Who was Betty Campbell? And what's so special about her home, Tiger Bay? Come along and learn about the first Welsh female historical figure to be celebrated with a statue in Wales with theatre company Mewn Cymeriad (In Charater). 

People. Community. Cardiff. Welcome to Tiger Bay!


An Illumine Theatre production, in partnership with Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru and Wales Gene Park.

This podcast drama is presented through the eyes of Harri, a caring teenage boy. Like many young people who have just completed their A-levels, Harri is excited for the future. But his world is turned upside down instantly when his mother is diagnosed with eFAD –  early onset Familial Alzheimer's Disease. In terms of genetics, there is a 50% chance that he and Gwenllian, his younger sister, could also develop the condition in the future. This moving podcast drama explores the impact of this cruel condition on family relationships, financial pressures, everyday life, and hope for the future.

Popeth ar y Ddaear

A co-production by Frân Wen and the National Eisteddfod of Wales

For the first time ever - and for one night only - Maes B will be transformed into a live theatre stage.

The Popeth ar y Ddaear event will invite audiences to step into a future-world where a catastrophic disaster has flooded communities.

Supported by Literature Wales, Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru and the University of South Wales.

Funded by the Arts Council of Wales through the National Lottery.

Golygfeydd o'r Pla Du

A Theatrau Sir Gâr Production, funded by the Arts Council of Wales, and supported by Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru

A mischievous, black (death) comedy of crisis and corruption written and directed by Chris Harris. Welcome to the Black Death – there’s nothing funnier.