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The Sherman Theatre is full of bold, thrilling work; classic plays and new plays. From the dark brilliance of award winning The Weir by Conor McPherson, to the much loved warmth of The Borrowers, the Sherman Theatre has something for all.

 

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Gwedd newydd
Tymor Newydd

Mae Theatr y Sherman yn llawn gwaith beiddgar a chyffrous; dramau clasurol a dramau newydd. O athrylith tywyll drama wobrwyol Conor McPherson, The Weir, i gynhesrwydd oesol The Borrowers, mae gan Theatr y Sherman rywbeth at ddant pawb.

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The Weir

07 Oct 16 - 22 Oct 16

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The Borrowers

25 Nov 16 - 31 Dec 16

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The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Family

30 Sep - 01 Oct

Join writer-performer and UK poetry slam champion Ben Norris as he battles the country's most notorious...

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Sherman Theatre

BOX OFFICE MANAGER

We are looking for a FT Box Office Manager to join the team. Application closes Mon 3 October.

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Sherman 5

Sherman 5 is designed to give people who have never attended a performance at the Sherman Theatre the chance to do...

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Sherman Youth Theatre

Passionate about performing? Throughout the year you will work on various individual and team work exercises, voice and...

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The Weir

21/09/2016

Tobacco Factory Theatres and The Sherman Theatre are delighted to be embarking on a new co-producing partnership and are thrilled to make the link between their two...

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Sherman

JMK Assistant Director Opportunity for Sherman Christmas Productions

02/09/2016

The Sherman Theatre is proud to offer two opportunities for trainee Assistant Directors to support our hugely successful Christmas productions in 2016.

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