Swansea Bay and Carmarthen March Events
Kidnapped is on at the Swansea Grand Theatre from 6th to 8th March, a retelling of the Robert Louise Stevenson classic. Great dancing is also on the menu at this theatre during March with the Moscow Ballet – La Classique on the 12th performing the haunting Giselle, the 14th sees Keep Calm and Carry on Dancing, a 40’s themed performance by a local dance company and on 25th March Pasha Kovalev & Katya Virshillas from Strictly Come Dancing headline this lavish production.
Wilfred Owen: The Pity of War at The Dylan Thomas Centre on the 5th is a one-man show by Alex Harries focusing on the poets’ wartime experiences. Further drama on at the centre comes is the rarely performed The Boy Comes Home by A. A. Milnes and a new comedy by Dave Jenkins, The World Premiere is on from 26th to 29th March. The Taliesin Arts Centre showcases Motionhouse, an original and unusual athletic dance show on the 13th and the following day sees a screening of War Horse, live from London’s West End. Another live stream, The Royal Ballet’s signature work The Sleeping Beauty, takes place on the 19th March.
There are a number of fairs going on at the United Counties Showground this month. 1st to 4th March sees a wealth of dealers converge at the Antiques and Collector’s Fair with everything from vintage clothing to toys to sporting memorabilia all under one roof. On the 12th March the Riverlea Spring Show showcases the advances in farm machinery and, with a completely different feel, the County Wedding Fayre is held on the 23rd with more than 100 exhibitors due to attend. Visit the Gower Heritage Centre on the 8th & 9th of March and browse wonderful stalls at the Celtic Craft Fayre. Ffos Las Racecourse is celebrating St Patricks Day with live music after a full afternoon of racing on the 16th March and a further exciting afternoon of seven jump races is planned for the 27th.