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We offer a limited number of press tickets for most of our productions, giving priority to journalists writing reviews. It’s not always possible to offer a plus one. Sometimes it’s not up to us who can have a ticket – for some events, the decision is made by the venue.
National Theatre Wales is a free-range theatre company that exists to find and tell the most powerful stories of Wales and its people. A mirror and a microscope for all of us.
We’re not tied to a building, which gives us the freedom to approach everything we do creatively, connecting people, places and ideas that spark stories into life.
We were founded in 2011 and our job is to create a nationwide community, welcoming people from all walks of life. TEAM is key to this; it opens up creative opportunities for people who may never have thought of theatre as something for them.
We’re a registered charity (no 1127952) and we rely on the generosity of external donors to help us thrive. Our key funders are Arts Council of Wales and Welsh Government.
Everything starts with a conversation here at NTW and we’re always looking to hear from anyone who may like to get involved in supporting us, financially or otherwise.
Recent press releases
List of press Articles
Feral Monster: a banging new musical celebrating teenagers and queer Wales1 November 2023
Gavin Porter’s acclaimed production Circle of Fifths tours across Wales and to London8 September 2023
Kidstown: centring Welsh children’s voices, imaginations and futures4 July 2023
National Theatre Wales appoint two Co-Chairs to lead the company10 May 2023
New three-part production at Swansea Grand puts two fingers up to the cost of living crisis31 January 2023
A brand-new production created by, with, and for the people of Wrexham3 November 2022
Aiming to spark a shift in how we express grief and loss with immersive new show featuring real life stories20 May 2022
Poet and snake anti-venom factory worker from west Wales, to make big screen debut28 February 2022
Play on: an open call for scripts by playwrights in Wales1 February 2022
National Theatre Wales, Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru and August012 join forces to co-produce the multilingual space odyssey, Petula1 December 2021
National Theatre Wales announces Possible, a timely new show that was going to be about love… and then COVID-19 hit20 May 2021
Creative team, led by National Theatre Wales, selected to represent Wales in the UK-wide festival of creativity in 20221 February 2021