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What’s on at RCT Theatres

Check out what’s coming up at Park & Dare Theatre and Coliseum Theatre.

Shirley Valentine – Park & Dare

A new Welsh language translation by Manon Eames

  • Directed by Geinor Styles
  • Design by Jacob Hughes
  • Lighting Design by Cara Hood
  • Starring Shelley Rees

The hit comedy by the writer of Blood Brothers and Educating Rita is back. And this time it’s in Welsh.

Cool Cymru has landed in Merthyr and for the youngsters life has never been so good; it’s Stereophonics, Catatonia and alcopops all the way for them.

Not for our Shirl. Shirley’s a girl who thinks her best days might be behind her, the years of drudgery and chips and egg have taken their toll. But Shirley’s about to take a leap into the unknown that will rock her world. Join her as she leaves her home for a fun-filled fortnight in Greece that will change her life forever.

Sing 2 (U)

Park and Dare: 25th March 2022

Coliseum: 26th March 2022

Can-do koala Buster Moon and his all-star cast of animal performers prepare to launch their most dazzling stage extravaganza yet… in the glittering entertainment capital of the world.

The Ultimate Classic Rock Show – Coliseum

Saturday 2nd April 2022

Dust off your air guitars for a tub-thumping night of classic rock anthems.

Join us on a roller coaster journey of classic rock nostalgia: hit after hit, anthem after anthem, performed with stunning accuracy and high energy, accompanied by an incredible light and projection show.

Over two hours of classic rock riffs from legends including Eric Clapton, Led Zeppelin, Queen, Pink Floyd, Deep Purple, Free, The Eagles and Jimi Hendrix, we guarantee you’ll be on your feet all night!

Jesus Christ Superstar – Coliseum

6 – 9th April 2022

Presented by Showcase/Sioe Gerdd Performing Arts Society.

This iconic rock opera tells the story of the last seven days in the life of Jesus through an extraordinary score featuring the legendary songs I Don’t Know How to Love Him, Everything’s Alright, Gethsemane and Superstar.

An Evening with Shane Williams – Park & Dare

21st April 2022

Legendary Welsh rugby player Shane Williams will share the extraordinary secrets of his illustrious career when he takes to the stage for this intimate and revealing evening.

Shane Williams was a Welsh Rugby Union player most famous for his long and successful tenure as a wing for the Ospreys and the Wales national team.

This is great evening for fans of Welsh rugby and a chance to get up close and personal with Shane, as he lifts the lid on life on and off the pitch. It also includes a Q & A, session – so if you have a burning question to put to Shane, now is your chance!

I Spy with My Little Eye – Coliseum

22nd April 2022

Presented by The People’s Theatre Company

Molly and Bingo the puppy are having a birthday party and, best of all, you’re invited!

There’ll be a terrific treasure hunt, sensational sing-along songs and lots of fantastic games to play, including Molly’s favourite game, I Spy With My Little Eye!

So put on your party clothes and come join us for what promises to be a magical day of fun and laughter – it’s going to be the best party ever!

An Evening with Eddie the Eagle – Coliseum

7th May 2022

Presented by Ad Lib (Cymru), Supported by Arts Council of Wales with Ieuan Rhys and Phyl Harries

Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards is that most unexpected of sporting heroes, who went from plasterer to ski jumper at the 1988 Calgary Winter Olympics, making him Great Britain’s first Olympic Ski Jumper.

His fascinating and awe-inspiring story has recently been portrayed on the big screen in the film “Eddie the Eagle”. Michael (Eddie the Eagle) Edwards shares his entertaining, witty and inspirational life story, charting his incredible journey into an unlikely ski-jump legend.

An Evening with James Hook – Coliseum

Thursday 26th May 2022

Former Wales International rugby player James Hook will share the incredible story of his career when he takes to the stage to chat all things rugby.

James has won 81 caps for Wales and played professional rugby at the highest level for Neath, Ospreys, Gloucester and Perpignan in France.

This is great evening for fans of Welsh rugby as James shares the experiences that have shaped his life and career.

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