Autumn has arrived, which can mean only one thing: another season of Wales Millennium Centre’s Performances for the Curious is about to begin.
Start your Curious season by dipping your toes into our series of Scratch Nights from 14 to 19 October. Taking their inspiration from self-love, Welsh feminist writing and the surreal worlds of art, language and power, these performances are the perfect opportunity to take a chance on something new. Plus, all Scratch Nights are Pay What You Feel, meaning that you can book for free and pay what you feel the performance is worth on the night.
Next, if you’re a fan of Sŵn’s Asha Jane, Big Joanie and Eädyth, then you’ll probably love Hive City Legacy. Coming to Cardiff this autumn following a 2018 sell-out run at London’s Roundhouse, Hive City Legacy is an explosive mash-up of beatboxing, hip hop, spoken word, and aerial acrobatics. Expect slick satire and sharp humour as the Hive explore the experiences of femmes of colour, confronting issues of race, sexuality and mental health.
Hive City Legacy buzzes into Wales Millennium Centre from 7 – 9 November, and you can Pay What You Feel on opening night.
With lots more to try – from the award-winning Lovecraft (Not The Sex Shop in Cardiff) to plenty of cabaret and comedy – there’s no reason not to dive in to Performances for the Curious this autumn.
See details of all Performances for the Curious shows and book tickets at wmc.org.uk.