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Play, Wed 11 - Thu 12 Jul 2018, £10-£15


National Theatre Wales: A Love Letter to The NHS; part of the NHS70 Festival. The third of five new, solo shows by five writers, performed the length and breadth of Wales. These monologues will be intimate, heartfelt love letters to an institution with which all of us have had – or will have – a relationship, at some stage of our lives.

In The Stick-Maker Tales, a Mid-Wales hill farmer nearing retirement reflects on a lifetime’s work on the farm, and his memories of life before the Service came to being. It is written by Peter Cox, and directed by Kully Thiarai.

Book now to catch this account of one man’s rural life, and the extraordinary stories he has to share.

Age guidance: 14+

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Dates Times
Wed 11 - Thu 12 Jul 2018 20:00


Ticket prices: £15.00, Concessions £10.00.

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02920 371689


Spa Road,
Llandrindod Wells,



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Map reference: SO 059610  Lat: 52.23911 Long: -3.37946

The Pavilion is within a few hundred yards of Llandrindod Wells town centre. Llandrindod Wells is on the A483 trunk road, seven miles north of Builth Wells. or via the Heart of Wales Railway Shrewsbury from North and Swansea from the Sout.

Car Parking:
85 On site Car Parking Spaces
Free offsite parking close to The Pavilion. Pay and Display car park for 100+ within 15 minutes walk of Pavilion

Parking: free


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