What’s not to love about February – there’s National Pizza Day, St Valentine’s Day, Random Acts of Kindness Day and Shrove Tuesday.
What’s more, we have a host of new shows and experiences to share at the Centre. Here’s our top five picks this month.
Starting February 10, Welsh National Opera will be presenting Joachim Herz’s on stage classic, Madam Butterfly. With stunning sets, and a thought provoking story line, it’s no surprise that this much-loved opera has been with us for over three decades.
It’s time to be charmed by Mr Darcy and experience Jane Austen’s classic love story as it’s brought to life on our stage. See Matthew Kelly and Felicity Montagu as Mr and Mrs Bennet and lose yourself in the romance, starting Feb 21.
Danza Contemporánea de Cuba will be making their Welsh debut with us for two nights, starting February 28. Combining Afro Caribbean rhythms, jazzy American modernism and European ballet, the group have become the nation’s flagship contemporary dance troupe. Forget Diversity, this dance troupe is distinctly unique, electrifying and truly worth experiencing.
Half term: Paper Garden
It can always be a little tricky finding something for the little ones to do over the Spring break. If you’re looking for something different, creative and safe from the unpredictable Welsh weather, pop in to see us. Over the course of the week, visitors will be able to create their own floral masterpieces to adorn our paper garden. The best bit? Taking part is completely free. Join us 20 – 25 February, 11am-4pm
Intimate live music returns to the Centre for a second season, starting February 17. The new season includes artists sampled by Drake (Gabriel Garzon-Montano), smooth jazz sounds (Jason Rubello, Julia Biel and Huw V Williams), and cabaret favourites, Hello Cabaret. Check out the full programme and join us for a night of New York meets Soho vibes, plush furnishings and bespoke cocktails.