Theatr Felinfach hosts the culmination of months of planning, story development, scriptwriting, editing and rehearsals when the Felinfach Actors Company performs Welsh-language pantomime O Dan y Gors a’r Orsedd.

Dwynwen Lloyd Llywelyn, head of Theatr Felinfach said: “Sometimes, I see our work at Theatr Felinfach as a giant jigsaw – the pieces are a programme of professional performances, a wide programme of opportunities for children, young people and adults to engage in creative, cultural, space and purposeful activity, a team of experienced staff, financial support to maintain it all, and most importantly, people. People to get involved, contribute and share.”

And Theatr Felinfach’s biggest jigsaw on an annual basis is the Christmas pantomime, which is now 51 years old and older than the theatre’s own building!

This year’s show will lead the audience to the Cors Caron routes on the eve of one of Wales’ greatest cultural events, the National Eisteddfod, which will visit Tregaron in 2020.

In a pantomime, there must be conflict between the good and the bad, there must be nonsense, singing and plenty of dancing and it must be a feast for the eyes. The cast will ensure that all of those pieces will be in the famous Felinfach panto jigsaw!

O Dan y Gors a’r Orsedd runs from Saturday, 7 December to Saturday, 14 December.

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