In line with new Welsh Government legislation, there is no need to show a covid pass or wear masks during performances in the Theatre.
We will still ask visitors to :
• Use the contactless e-ticket system
• Use sanitizing stations
Welcome to Canaolfan a Theatr Soar
Canolfan Soar, in the heart of Merthyr Tydfil, is managed by Menter Iaith Merthyr Tudful. The organisation is at the heart of the development of the Welsh Language in the area.
Canolfan Soar is home to a number of local Welsh Language organsiations, such as Urdd Gobaith Cymru, Dysgu Cymraeg Morgannwg and Cylch Meithrin Soar. The Canolfan is home also home to two local Welsh language business, Siop Llyfrau’r Enfys and Caffi Soar.
We offer a wide range of activities, workshops, and performances in partnership with many different organisations. Prior to Covid-19, we welcomed around 42,000 people, of every age and background, annually.
At core of our organisation is the aim to provide an environment which builds self-confidence and self-respect, and expands the horizons of our community. Equality and diversity, and the well0being of our community are at the heart of our everyday work.
In celebration of Merthyr Tydfil’s Cultural Diversity
Son Of Chamber Symphony
UPROAR - Wales’ New Music Ensemble returns with its latest project for 17 musicians, championing some of the most exciting voices in Welsh classical music today alongside multi-award-winning international composers.
Stephen Jones, the self-proclaimed rugby prodigy of the small Welsh village Aberfan, has just made the kick of his life. As he boasts to local nurse Angharad, 150,000 tonnes of coal are careening down the hillside, towards Pantglas Junior School. Weaving between Welsh and English, Mr Jones is a brand new piece of drama which incorporates poetry, verbatim and first hand accounts as Stephen and Angharad navigate the infamous 1966 disaster and its irreversible aftermath,
“The casting, the pace, the pauses, the delivery…expertly judged”
~ London Grip
Written by: Liam Holmes
Directed by: Michael Neri
Performed by: Liam Holmes, Tanwen Stokes
Owen Moneys Jukebox Heroes 4th & Final
09.03.24 - 7:30pm
Following the huge success of Owen Money’s
Jukebox Heroes in 2016, and then Owen Money’s
Jukebox Heroes II in 2018; along with the third
succession in 2021. Owen Money is back with
another talent packed live show featuring the music of
his popular weekend Radio shows on BBC Wales;
and of course his unique style of comedy and ‘Welsh
Yes you ve guess it Owen Money’s Jukebox Heroes
IV! However, with the fourth sequel comes the final!
Grŵp Celf Soar
Tuesdays (term time), 1pm - 3pm
A weekly art group lead by artist Gus Payne.
A very special St David’s Day Concert with the astonishing trio ALAW!
They’ll be joined by some very special guests, the excellent trio VRi together with the stunning vocals of Lisa Jên from the contemporary folk group 9Bach.