Wales - The Theatre

Wales Millenium Centre - Cardiff
Welsh Theatre Locations
Wales has two national theatres: Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru (The Welsh Language Theatre of Wales) and the National Theatre Wales (The English Language National Theatre Company of Wales) 
Most professional theatre is funded by the Arts Council, a government body.  
Live theatre productions are usually performed at one of the following venues:
  •  Venue Cymru – Llandudno.  Theatre, Film, Musicals and Comedy
  • Wales Millenium Centre – Cardiff, Multi productions
  • Dora Stoutzker Concert Hall – Cardiff
  • Richard Burton Theatre – Bute Park in Cardiff
  • Pavilion Mid Wales – Llandrindod Wells
  • The Queens Hall – Narberth
  • Coliseum Theatre – Aberdare, 1930’s Art Deco
  • Theatr Clwyd – Mold
  • Theatr Brycheiniog – Brecon
  • Acapela Studio – Cardiff, live music
  • Grand Pavilion – Porthcawl
  • National Theatre Wales – Cardiff, Performing Arts
  • The Riverfront – Newport
  • Princess Royal Theatre – Port Talbot, Modern lights and sound, also cafe and conference cener
  • Theatre Colwyn – Colwyn Bay
  • New Theatre – Cardiff, Victorian variety, short-run dramas, musicals, plays and shows
  • Pavilion Theatre Rhyl – Rhyl
  • The Blake Theatre – Monmouth School
  • Memo Arts Centre/Memorial Hall Theatre – Barry
Welsh Dramatists and Playwrights. Wikipedia lists the following, along with links, which you can follow to see their biographies and works:
Welsh Actors from 20th and 21st Centuries – Performers born in the 20th century will appear twice if still living at time of preparation of this Wiki list. A list of Welsh Actresses follows:
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