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We make magical live and digital productions that entertain and challenge audiences at home and abroad.  

We are focused on making work that has a strong musical element and celebrates the voice and voices. Working with artists, we tell compelling stories that are rooted in Wales, promote talent and connect with people.  

The way we work is as important as what we do. We want to support artists to tell their stories in the ways they want towith ambition and radical care at the heart of of our collaborations.  

Recent productions

Branwen: Dadeni

Our co-production with North Wales- based producers Frân Wen reimagined the classic mythological tale for a contemporary audience. An instant hit with audiences, over 5,500 came to see it across our nationwide tour making it one of the largest Welsh language musicals ever staged.

Es & Flo

Winner of The Popcorn Writing Award (2020) and the Nancy Dean Lesbian Playwriting Award (2022), Es & Flo celebrates the love of an older lesbian relationship, women coming together to fight for what’s right, and the healing power of chosen family. Following its Weston Studio run, the play transferred to the Kiln Theatre in London.

Watch writer Jennifer Lunn talk about the creative process:

The Making of a Monster


"Thrilling ambition."


A grime-theatre mash-up by Connor Allen

For The Making of a Monster, our Weston Studio was transformed into a raw and eclectic space where Connor Allen, the Children’s Laureate Wales, took audiences back to his childhood as a mixed-race kid in danger of spiralling out of control and the one moment that changed his life. 

Incorporating live music, projection, poetry and movement, the show shared the story of a boy from Newport with an absent Black father, ducking the police, working out what it means to be a man. 

Created from grime culture and inspired by Dizzee Rascal, Wiley, Skepta and Kano, the production ran 9–19 November 2022. Find out more.

The Boy With Two Hearts

The Boy with Two Hearts, a story of hope from Afghanistan to Wales, enraptured audiences in Cardiff before transferring to London’s National Theatre to resounding praise.

Watch the writers Hamed and Hessam Amiri discuss their journey into the world of theatre production and getting their family's extraordinary story from page to stage. 

The Making of a Monster

Too black for his white friends, but too white for his Black friends. Growing up mixed race in Newport, Connor fell into a cloud of grey.

Grandmother's Closet

This autobiographical play by first-time writer Luke Hereford examined queer identities.


Anthem was a Welsh language musical-comedy production, performed in our Weston Studio in July 2022.


Our international arts festival, bringing artists and audiences together over four days of incredible live music, thought-provoking performance and inspirational talks.

The Boy With Two Hearts

The Boy With Two Hearts

From Afghanistan to Wales, this extraordinary true story revealed the courage and humanity behind each refugee story.

Illustration of a man with glasses

Ripples Of Kindness

A story of brotherhood, love and positivity, this communal VR experience was created to accompany The Boy With Two Hearts in October 2021.

cate le bon stood in a dark theatre holding a guitar

Gŵyl 2021

Four of Wales’ best-loved festivals – Festival of Voice, FOCUS Wales, Other Voices Cardigan and Aberystwyth Comedy Festival joined forces to create Gŵyl 2021.

Your Voice artwork

Your Voice

Your Voice was our community-led project multimedia arts exhibition with a four-storey crochet tree installation at it's heart.


RED was our 2019 Christmas co-production with award-winning storytellers, Likely Story who delivered a reworking of the classic fairy tale,…

The Beauty Parade

The Beauty Parade

This co-production with pioneering theatre-maker Kaite O’Reilly exposed the story of one of the most unique operations of the Second World War.


Lovecraft (Not the Sex Shop in Cardiff)

On Tour: Carys Eleri's one-woman science/comedy/music show examining the intricacies of love.

The Mirror Crack'd

This thrilling play is based on Agatha Christie's classic murder mystery novel, The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side.

Double Vision

Double Vision

This ambitious co-production with Gagglebabble was part murder mystery, part gig with plenty of twists and turns.

Tiger Bay the Musical

Set in Cardiff Docks in the early 1900s, extreme poverty meets supreme wealth and coal is king.

Tom Mumford as the Centaur

Highway One

This co-production with August 012 follows a surreal journey to Delphi with a grieving woman, mythical Centaur, Italian film maker and mystic.

Only the Brave

A D-Day musical delving into the lives of the men and women who made astonishing sacrifices.

City of the Unexpected

A fantastical live extravaganza through the streets of Cardiff celebrating the life and work of Roald Dahl.

Man to Man

Our first full in-house production, reimagined Manfred Karge’s play about one woman’s survival in Nazi Germany.