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Sherman Theatre

  • How My Light Is Spent

    How My Light Is Spent – Sherman Theatre

    The Sherman Theatre must be exhausted by its own pace. There must be a magic spell cast over their ability to get co-productions right. How My Light Is Spent by Alan Harris is…

  • Killology at the Sherman Theatre. Photo by Mark Douet

    Killology at the Sherman Theatre – Review

    Gary Owen’ Killology  premieres at the Sherman Theatre, a co-production with the Royal Court, London. In Cardiff it is found in the same space as Iphigenia in Splott. Like Iphigenia it is stark, plain speaking,…

  • The Borrowers at the Sherman - Kirsten Mcternan

    The Borrowers at the Sherman Theatre

    Christmas at the Sherman Theatre has become a family tradition since we moved back to South Wales. With growing popularity for productions creating inner magic for young audiences, last year I learned the…

  • Love, Lies & Taxidermy

    Love, Lies and Taxidermy at the Sherman

    Love, Lies and Taxidermy has been touring the country since July. A co-production between Paines Plough, Sherman Theatre and Theatr Clwyd, finally welcomed to Cardiff. It feels slightly odd to see a…