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Cardiff Open Air Theatre Festival: Everyman 21

Where: Grounds
When: July 6-18, 2021

There are no age restrictions to the festival productions, but we recommend that shows are 8 and over due to the length of the performances.

Tickets must be booked in advance via our website ( or by calling Ticketsource directly on 0333 666 3366.

Due to COVID restrictions, tickets are limited.

Performances (except for Rose and Crown) are outdoors, please make sure to bring your own seats, and prepare for all weathers!

We are able to stage this year’s Festival thanks to your ongoing support and thanks to funding by the Third Sector Resilience Fund for Wales Phase 2 Scheme, administered by the WCVA.

E Nesbit’s The Railway Children adapted for the stage by Mike Kenny
Directed by Simon H West
Insole Court 6th July – 9th July, 12th July – 17th July at 6pm

When Bobbie, Peter and Phyllis move to rural Yorkshire with their mother following the imprisonment of their father, they leave a comfortable, safe existence to discover a world that is insecure and hard, but one filled with love, resilience and humanity. And always running through that world is the railway, in particular the 9.15 to London…

Tickets £12 (£10 for children under 11 only)

Richard III by William Shakespeare
Directed by David Mercatali
Insole Court 6th July – 9th July, 12th July – 17th July at 8pm

Shakespeare’s greatest villain is unleased in a story of cunning plot and brutal murder. In his determination to right wrongs and take what is rightfully his, Richard of Gloucester, charms, schemes and murders his way to the throne on his way to becoming one of the most famous kings: Richard III. But who will come out on top in the end: our dastardly king or his many enemies?

Tickets £15 (no concession tickets available)

The Rose and Crown by JB Priestley
Directed by Wayne Vincent
Insole Court 11th and 18th July, 2pm (Billiards Room)

The setting is the public bar of The Rose and Crown. Into the bar comes an assortment of working-class characters who, with one notable exception, are fed up with life. Their conversations are interrupted by the arrival of a Stranger. Suddenly everyone finds they’ve a reason to live.

Set in post war austerity of 1946, the modern day relevance of the Rose and Crown may surprise you. Stranger things have happened.

Tickets £10 (no concession tickets available)

Everyman Youth Theatre present
Henry V by William Shakespeare
Directed by Sarah Bawler
Insole Court Sunday 11 July, 8pm

Tickets £10 (no concession tickets available)

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