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50 Shêds o Santa Clôs
Father Christmas invites you along to sing, dance and be merry to some of Xmas’s biggest tunes, in styles and live mash ups you’ve never heard before. From Lionel Ritchie to Gustav Holst, from Ben E. King to The Pogues, from Sinatra to Disney and from Bruno Mars to Caryl Parry Jones. Formed in Cardiff in 2018, featuring the award winning vocal artists Ffion Emyr and Gwydion Griffiths, the critically acclaimed 8 piece band ’50 Shêds o Lleucu Llwyd’ is ready to blow your baubles off and put the funk back into your stockings. Bring your Santa hats, tinsel and Jingle Bells! Ho ho ho! 14 December, Wales Millennium Centre, Bute Place, Cardiff Bay, CF10 5AL
Jac and the Beanstalk
Follow Jac, and climb a beanstalk of gigantic proportions to cloudland in the spectacular family pantomime Jac and the Beanstalk. Lesley Joseph will lead the cast in this year’s GIANT family pantomime as The Spirit of the Beans. Alongside Lesley will be panto Dame extraordinaire Mike Doyle as Dame Trot, leading comedian and impressionist Aaron James as Silly Simon, sensational vocalist Denquar Chupak as the Princess, the ultimate panto villain Steve Arnott as Fleshcreep and musical theatre star Adam Bailey as Jac. 9 December - 7 January. New Theatre, Park Place, Cardiff, CF10 3LN
Handel’s Messiah
Cardiff Polyphonic Choir and the Welsh National Opera Orchestra join forces under the baton of Thomas Blunt to present a special and unforgettable performance of Handel’s masterpiece. The narrative will be brought to life by four world-class soloists: Jessica Cale (soprano), James Laing (countertenor), Andrew Tortise (tenor), and Gareth Brynmor John (baritone). Immerse yourself in an evening alive with the themes of hope, joy, and redemption as you indulge in the uplifting and jubilant melodies of this iconic musical masterpiece. 9 December. St David’s Hall, The Hayes, Cardiff CF10 1AH
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