Mar 21 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm Capel Y Tabernacl
Credit: Dan Green / National Theatre Wales STORM.2: THINGS COME APART National Theatre Wales THE STORM CYCLE Created by Mike Pearson & Mike Brookes A series of six productions conceived, designed and directed by Pearson and[...]
Mar 22 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm Capel Y Tabernacl
Credit: Dan Green / National Theatre Wales STORM.2: THINGS COME APART National Theatre Wales THE STORM CYCLE Created by Mike Pearson & Mike Brookes A series of six productions conceived, designed and directed by Pearson and[...]
Mar 23 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm Capel Y Tabernacl
Credit: Dan Green / National Theatre Wales STORM.2: THINGS COME APART National Theatre Wales THE STORM CYCLE Created by Mike Pearson & Mike Brookes A series of six productions conceived, designed and directed by Pearson and[...]
Mar 24 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm Capel Y Tabernacl
Credit: Dan Green / National Theatre Wales STORM.2: THINGS COME APART National Theatre Wales THE STORM CYCLE Created by Mike Pearson & Mike Brookes A series of six productions conceived, designed and directed by Pearson and[...]
Apr 4 – Apr 8 all-day Chepstow Tourist Information Centre
Chepstow Walking Festival 2018 Walks for all the family Join this popular walking festival which explores the heritage and landscape of the beautiful Lower Wye Valley. All walks led by experienced walk leaders to give[...]

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Credit: Dan Green / National Theatre Wales STORM.1: NOTHING REMAINS THE SAME National Theatre Wales THE STORM CYCLE Created by Mike Pearson & Mike Brookes A series of six productions conceived, designed and directed by[...]
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Mar 21 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm Capel Y Tabernacl
Credit: Dan Green / National Theatre Wales STORM.2: THINGS COME APART National Theatre Wales THE STORM CYCLE Created by Mike Pearson & Mike Brookes A series of six productions conceived, designed and directed by Pearson and[...]
Mar 22 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm Capel Y Tabernacl
Credit: Dan Green / National Theatre Wales STORM.2: THINGS COME APART National Theatre Wales THE STORM CYCLE Created by Mike Pearson & Mike Brookes A series of six productions conceived, designed and directed by Pearson and[...]
Mar 23 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm Capel Y Tabernacl
Credit: Dan Green / National Theatre Wales STORM.2: THINGS COME APART National Theatre Wales THE STORM CYCLE Created by Mike Pearson & Mike Brookes A series of six productions conceived, designed and directed by Pearson and[...]
Mar 24 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm Capel Y Tabernacl
Credit: Dan Green / National Theatre Wales STORM.2: THINGS COME APART National Theatre Wales THE STORM CYCLE Created by Mike Pearson & Mike Brookes A series of six productions conceived, designed and directed by Pearson and[...]
Apr 4 – Apr 8 all-day Chepstow Tourist Information Centre
Chepstow Walking Festival 2018 Walks for all the family Join this popular walking festival which explores the heritage and landscape of the beautiful Lower Wye Valley. All walks led by experienced walk leaders to give[...]

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Mar
21
Wed
2018
STORM.2 – Things Come Apart @ Capel Y Tabernacl
Mar 21 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Storm.2

Credit: Dan Green / National Theatre Wales

STORM.2: THINGS COME APART

National Theatre Wales

THE STORM CYCLE
Created by Mike Pearson & Mike Brookes

A series of six productions conceived, designed and directed by Pearson and Brookes, creators of some of the company’s most critically-acclaimed work to date (The PersiansCoriolan/us, Iliad). These multimedia works will be performed at different locations across Wales, at a variety of scales and sizes, exploring two key themes; truth and testimony. They will culminate in 2020 with the creation of a major, new, large-scale production for our 10th anniversary programme.

There is a storm coming…
We live in tempestuous times: an era of climatic and environmental 

uncertainty and of
social and political upheaval. Perhaps it was always so.
But what new forms can theatre develop and adopt: to engage with and to reflect the
temper of our times?
An urgent theatre: fit for purpose, addressing and expressing our present realities
Of living in the eye of the storm

STORM.2: THINGS COME APART
A vivid evocation of the Cardiff riots of June 1919 – as reported in the local press (‘Wild Scenes at Cardiff‘, South Wales Echo, Thursday 12 June 1919)

The Tabernacl Church, The Hayes, Cardiff CF10 1AJ
21-24 March 2018, 8pm (plus 3pm matinee on 24 March)

STORM.2- THINGS COME APART

National Theatre Wales

THE STORM CYCLE
Crëwyd gan Mike Pearson a Mike Brookes

Cyfres o chwe chynhyrchiad wedi’u dyfeisio, eu llunio a’u cyfarwyddo gan Mike Pearson a Mike Brookes, sydd wedi creu peth o waith mwyaf clodwiw National Theatre Wales hyd yn hyn. Bydd y gweithiau amlgyfrwng hyn yn cael eu perfformio mewn gwahanol leoliadau ledled Cymru, mewn amrywiaeth o raddfeydd a meintiau, ac yn archwilio dwy thema allweddol; gwirionedd a thystiolaeth. Byddant yn dod i ben yn 2020 gyda chynhyrchiad pwysig, newydd, ar raddfa fawr ar gyfer rhaglen 10fed pen-blwydd NTW.

There is a storm coming…
We live in tempestuous times: an era of climatic and environmental
uncertainty and of

social and political upheaval. Perhaps it was always so.
But what new forms can theatre develop and adopt: to engage with and to reflect the temper of our times?
An urgent theatre: fit for purpose, addressing and expressing our present realities
Of living in the eye of the storm
STORM.2: THINGS COME APART
Atgof byw o derfysgoedd Caerdydd ym mis Mehefin 1919 – fel y nodwyd yn y wasg leol (‘Wild Scenes at Cardiff‘, South Wales Echo, dydd Iau 12 Mehefin 1919)

Eglwys y Tabernacl, Yr Ais, Caerdydd CF10 1AJ
21-24 Mawrth 2018, 8pm (a matinee 3pm ar 24 Mawrth)

To find out more about the National Theatre Wales follow along on Twitter and also pop over to the Facebook page and give it a Like.

Mar
22
Thu
2018
STORM.2 – Things Come Apart @ Capel Y Tabernacl
Mar 22 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Storm.2

Credit: Dan Green / National Theatre Wales

STORM.2: THINGS COME APART

National Theatre Wales

THE STORM CYCLE
Created by Mike Pearson & Mike Brookes

A series of six productions conceived, designed and directed by Pearson and Brookes, creators of some of the company’s most critically-acclaimed work to date (The PersiansCoriolan/us, Iliad). These multimedia works will be performed at different locations across Wales, at a variety of scales and sizes, exploring two key themes; truth and testimony. They will culminate in 2020 with the creation of a major, new, large-scale production for our 10th anniversary programme.

There is a storm coming…
We live in tempestuous times: an era of climatic and environmental 

uncertainty and of
social and political upheaval. Perhaps it was always so.
But what new forms can theatre develop and adopt: to engage with and to reflect the
temper of our times?
An urgent theatre: fit for purpose, addressing and expressing our present realities
Of living in the eye of the storm

STORM.2: THINGS COME APART
A vivid evocation of the Cardiff riots of June 1919 – as reported in the local press (‘Wild Scenes at Cardiff‘, South Wales Echo, Thursday 12 June 1919)

The Tabernacl Church, The Hayes, Cardiff CF10 1AJ
21-24 March 2018, 8pm (plus 3pm matinee on 24 March)

STORM.2- THINGS COME APART

National Theatre Wales

THE STORM CYCLE
Crëwyd gan Mike Pearson a Mike Brookes

Cyfres o chwe chynhyrchiad wedi’u dyfeisio, eu llunio a’u cyfarwyddo gan Mike Pearson a Mike Brookes, sydd wedi creu peth o waith mwyaf clodwiw National Theatre Wales hyd yn hyn. Bydd y gweithiau amlgyfrwng hyn yn cael eu perfformio mewn gwahanol leoliadau ledled Cymru, mewn amrywiaeth o raddfeydd a meintiau, ac yn archwilio dwy thema allweddol; gwirionedd a thystiolaeth. Byddant yn dod i ben yn 2020 gyda chynhyrchiad pwysig, newydd, ar raddfa fawr ar gyfer rhaglen 10fed pen-blwydd NTW.

There is a storm coming…
We live in tempestuous times: an era of climatic and environmental
uncertainty and of

social and political upheaval. Perhaps it was always so.
But what new forms can theatre develop and adopt: to engage with and to reflect the temper of our times?
An urgent theatre: fit for purpose, addressing and expressing our present realities
Of living in the eye of the storm
STORM.2: THINGS COME APART
Atgof byw o derfysgoedd Caerdydd ym mis Mehefin 1919 – fel y nodwyd yn y wasg leol (‘Wild Scenes at Cardiff‘, South Wales Echo, dydd Iau 12 Mehefin 1919)

Eglwys y Tabernacl, Yr Ais, Caerdydd CF10 1AJ
21-24 Mawrth 2018, 8pm (a matinee 3pm ar 24 Mawrth)

To find out more about the National Theatre Wales follow along on Twitter and also pop over to the Facebook page and give it a Like.

Mar
23
Fri
2018
STORM.2 – Things Come Apart @ Capel Y Tabernacl
Mar 23 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Storm.2

Credit: Dan Green / National Theatre Wales

STORM.2: THINGS COME APART

National Theatre Wales

THE STORM CYCLE
Created by Mike Pearson & Mike Brookes

A series of six productions conceived, designed and directed by Pearson and Brookes, creators of some of the company’s most critically-acclaimed work to date (The PersiansCoriolan/us, Iliad). These multimedia works will be performed at different locations across Wales, at a variety of scales and sizes, exploring two key themes; truth and testimony. They will culminate in 2020 with the creation of a major, new, large-scale production for our 10th anniversary programme.

There is a storm coming…
We live in tempestuous times: an era of climatic and environmental 

uncertainty and of
social and political upheaval. Perhaps it was always so.
But what new forms can theatre develop and adopt: to engage with and to reflect the
temper of our times?
An urgent theatre: fit for purpose, addressing and expressing our present realities
Of living in the eye of the storm

STORM.2: THINGS COME APART
A vivid evocation of the Cardiff riots of June 1919 – as reported in the local press (‘Wild Scenes at Cardiff‘, South Wales Echo, Thursday 12 June 1919)

The Tabernacl Church, The Hayes, Cardiff CF10 1AJ
21-24 March 2018, 8pm (plus 3pm matinee on 24 March)

STORM.2- THINGS COME APART

National Theatre Wales

THE STORM CYCLE
Crëwyd gan Mike Pearson a Mike Brookes

Cyfres o chwe chynhyrchiad wedi’u dyfeisio, eu llunio a’u cyfarwyddo gan Mike Pearson a Mike Brookes, sydd wedi creu peth o waith mwyaf clodwiw National Theatre Wales hyd yn hyn. Bydd y gweithiau amlgyfrwng hyn yn cael eu perfformio mewn gwahanol leoliadau ledled Cymru, mewn amrywiaeth o raddfeydd a meintiau, ac yn archwilio dwy thema allweddol; gwirionedd a thystiolaeth. Byddant yn dod i ben yn 2020 gyda chynhyrchiad pwysig, newydd, ar raddfa fawr ar gyfer rhaglen 10fed pen-blwydd NTW.

There is a storm coming…
We live in tempestuous times: an era of climatic and environmental
uncertainty and of

social and political upheaval. Perhaps it was always so.
But what new forms can theatre develop and adopt: to engage with and to reflect the temper of our times?
An urgent theatre: fit for purpose, addressing and expressing our present realities
Of living in the eye of the storm
STORM.2: THINGS COME APART
Atgof byw o derfysgoedd Caerdydd ym mis Mehefin 1919 – fel y nodwyd yn y wasg leol (‘Wild Scenes at Cardiff‘, South Wales Echo, dydd Iau 12 Mehefin 1919)

Eglwys y Tabernacl, Yr Ais, Caerdydd CF10 1AJ
21-24 Mawrth 2018, 8pm (a matinee 3pm ar 24 Mawrth)

To find out more about the National Theatre Wales follow along on Twitter and also pop over to the Facebook page and give it a Like.

Mar
24
Sat
2018
STORM.2 – Things Come Apart @ Capel Y Tabernacl
Mar 24 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Storm.2

Credit: Dan Green / National Theatre Wales

STORM.2: THINGS COME APART

National Theatre Wales

THE STORM CYCLE
Created by Mike Pearson & Mike Brookes

A series of six productions conceived, designed and directed by Pearson and Brookes, creators of some of the company’s most critically-acclaimed work to date (The PersiansCoriolan/us, Iliad). These multimedia works will be performed at different locations across Wales, at a variety of scales and sizes, exploring two key themes; truth and testimony. They will culminate in 2020 with the creation of a major, new, large-scale production for our 10th anniversary programme.

There is a storm coming…
We live in tempestuous times: an era of climatic and environmental 

uncertainty and of
social and political upheaval. Perhaps it was always so.
But what new forms can theatre develop and adopt: to engage with and to reflect the
temper of our times?
An urgent theatre: fit for purpose, addressing and expressing our present realities
Of living in the eye of the storm

STORM.2: THINGS COME APART
A vivid evocation of the Cardiff riots of June 1919 – as reported in the local press (‘Wild Scenes at Cardiff‘, South Wales Echo, Thursday 12 June 1919)

The Tabernacl Church, The Hayes, Cardiff CF10 1AJ
21-24 March 2018, 8pm (plus 3pm matinee on 24 March)

STORM.2- THINGS COME APART

National Theatre Wales

THE STORM CYCLE
Crëwyd gan Mike Pearson a Mike Brookes

Cyfres o chwe chynhyrchiad wedi’u dyfeisio, eu llunio a’u cyfarwyddo gan Mike Pearson a Mike Brookes, sydd wedi creu peth o waith mwyaf clodwiw National Theatre Wales hyd yn hyn. Bydd y gweithiau amlgyfrwng hyn yn cael eu perfformio mewn gwahanol leoliadau ledled Cymru, mewn amrywiaeth o raddfeydd a meintiau, ac yn archwilio dwy thema allweddol; gwirionedd a thystiolaeth. Byddant yn dod i ben yn 2020 gyda chynhyrchiad pwysig, newydd, ar raddfa fawr ar gyfer rhaglen 10fed pen-blwydd NTW.

There is a storm coming…
We live in tempestuous times: an era of climatic and environmental
uncertainty and of

social and political upheaval. Perhaps it was always so.
But what new forms can theatre develop and adopt: to engage with and to reflect the temper of our times?
An urgent theatre: fit for purpose, addressing and expressing our present realities
Of living in the eye of the storm
STORM.2: THINGS COME APART
Atgof byw o derfysgoedd Caerdydd ym mis Mehefin 1919 – fel y nodwyd yn y wasg leol (‘Wild Scenes at Cardiff‘, South Wales Echo, dydd Iau 12 Mehefin 1919)

Eglwys y Tabernacl, Yr Ais, Caerdydd CF10 1AJ
21-24 Mawrth 2018, 8pm (a matinee 3pm ar 24 Mawrth)

To find out more about the National Theatre Wales follow along on Twitter and also pop over to the Facebook page and give it a Like.

Apr
4
Wed
2018
Chepstow Walking Festival 2018 @ Chepstow Tourist Information Centre
Apr 4 – Apr 8 all-day

Chepstow Walking Festival 2018

chepstow walking festival

Walks for all the family

Join this popular walking festival which explores the heritage and landscape of the beautiful Lower Wye Valley. All walks led by experienced walk leaders to give you the best walking experience. Meet like-minded people, discover a new route, learn about the countryside or stretch your legs to test your fitness. With walks varying from 2- 15 miles there is something for all the family. Tickets include transport for linear walks and free parking in Chesptow if applicable.

We have listed a quick list of the Walks available below please visit our website for more detailed information.

Wednesday 4th April

Walk 1 – ​Monmouthshire Way – Tintern to Monmouth

Walk 2 – ​Gray Hill, Penhein & Medieval Village

Walk 3 – ​Great Barnetts Wood & Dean Farm Trust Sanctuary

Walk 4 – ​Lancaut, Boughspring Circular

Walk 5 – ​Black Rock with Countryside Wardens & Living Levels

Walk 6 – Dog walk around Wentwood

Thursday 5th April

Walk 7 – Monmouthshire Way – Rogiet to Usk​

Walk 8 – ​Shirenewton & Earlswood Places of Worship

Walk 9 – ​Goldcliff to Whitson with the Living Levels Landscape Partnership

Walk 10 – A Little Bit of Offa with the National Trail Officer

Walk 11- St Arvans Roundabout

Walk 12 – Devauden with ice cream and cheese!

Walk 13 – ​Woods, river and waterfalls dog walk

Walk 14 – Walk For Health – Offa’s Dyke, Devils Pulpit & Parsons Allotment

Friday 6th April

Walk 15 – Complete St Tewdrigs Trail

Walk 16 – Trellech Through Time

Walk 17 – Clanna Lake and Woods

Walk 18 – St Arvans, Itton & Oakgrove Stud

Walk 19 – The Two Ales Trail with tours and tastings! (£10 stand-alone ticket)

Walk 20 – Brockweir River Walk & Hudnalls Wood

Walk 21 – Tim’s Town Trail

Workshop – Map Interpretation – Sponsored by Kevin Walker Mountain Activities

Presentation – Kevin’s Antipodean Adventures Sponsored by Kevin Walker Mountain Activities

Saturday 7th April

Walk 22 – Dawn Chorus (Limited places available)

Walk 23 – ​St Briavels to Chepstow Castles – Another Way

Walk 24 – ​​Western Approaches to Chepstow

Walk 25 – ​Fringes of Earlswood & Amazing Alpacas

Walk 26 – ​Llwybr Angidy, Tyndyrn **** FREE WELSH-SPEAKING WALK ****

Walk 27 – ​​The Cot & Fedw Wood

Walk 28 – ​Geological Taster of the Lower Wye Valley

Walk 29 – ​​Chepstow’s Orchard and Wildlife Trail

Sunday 8th April

Walk 30 – ​Gloucestershire Way – Parkend to Chepstow

Walk 31 – ​Trellech Ridge & Wildlife

Walk 32 – ​Woolaston Woods & Hewelsfield

Walk 33 – ​Sunset on the Severn Bridge Tolls

Walk 34 – ​Tidenham Heathlands & Devil’s Pulpit

Walk 35 – ​Secrets of Beachley Peninsula

More information on the different Tickets that are available also ways you are able to book please visit the Booking details page of the Walks in Chepstow website or visit Chepstow Tourist Information Centre, Bridge Street, Chepstow Monmouthshire NP16 5EY

Keep up to date with the latest from Chepstow Walkers are Welcome on Twitter and also you can like the Facebook page for updates

Chepstow Walking Festival 2018