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Pukka Productions Youth Theatre Week Learn theatre skills with professional teachers and put together a show in a week. See below for performance details. “Wizard of Oz” for younger children and “Chicago” for older age group. £30 per child for the week, and £50 for 2 siblings. Spaces limited. To book places contact Sarah on 07917 881220. Sponsored by Barry Town Council.


Pukka Play – “Confusions” a classic comedy piece by Alan Ayckbourn performed by Barry theatre group Pukka Productions. “Confusions” is a series of five interconnected one-act plays performed by a small ensemble. The scenes are all loosely linked by characters or locations, but more subtly through the common underlying themes of obsession, isolation and human desire for companionship.


3D was born in the Summer of 2003 to three friends who shared the same interest and passion for one thing – the theatre. Past productions include Abigail’s Party, Epa yn y
Parlwr Cefn, Zufall and Don’t Dress for Dinner. For BAF 13 Cwmni 3D premieres their Welsh-medium play set in purgatory.

Greta Isaac is a seventeen year old singer songwriter, heavily influenced by legendary folk artists such as James Taylor and Joni Mitchell. Singing and playing with her are sister Miriam and guitarist Gildas, making close harmony of incredible sweetness and warmth. Having appeared many times on S4C, Greta has also been featured on Radio Wales and on Radio 1.


Augustus, Gwen and Nina : “Augustus, Gwen and Nina” is a new play by Tony Curtis which premieres at this year’s Barry Arts Festival. It presents the lives and loves of three Welsh painters – Augustus John, Gwen John and Nina Hamnett – from Pembrokeshire to Paris, through two world wars and from the reign of Queen Victoria to the birth of rock and roll. Directed by Hilary Fifer. Age: 16+.


Pukka Productions present their Youth Theatre Week performances of “Wizard of Oz” and “Chicago”.

Sponsored by Barry Town Council

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