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Enjoy great shows and concerts for less...

Aged 16-25? You could enjoy shows and concerts at both St David's Hall and New Theatre for only £5/£7/£10.

Just join our free music and drama club exclusively for 16-25 year olds. Each show / concert has a limited number of seats at this special "REACT" price.

To join REACT, please complete the attached application form and email to: ntmailings@cardiff.gov.uk 

Once joined, to claim your react discounted tickets (not available online) just call into the Box Office.  The staff will confirm your discount by checking your address details - it's as easy as that.

Please note, our popular REACT tickets are subject to limited availability so don't delay book your tickets today.

Currently, you can enjoy the following shows / concerts at St David's Hall.

Tuesday 4 June, 8pm
Level 3 Lounge | Tickets £10

Blair Dunlop, the award-winning British singer, songwriter and guitarist, has now released 3 albums 2 ep’s and toured widely around the globe. All of this in a short 4-year career is astounding alone but what sets Blair apart from his peers is the lyrical and musical maturity with which he writes. His third album ‘Gilded’ was released in May 2016 on his own label – Gilded Wings – and was widely acclaimed gaining BBC Radio 2 Playlist status for the two single releases (‘The Egoist’ and ‘356’) both of which were remixed by Ed Harcourt. 


Tuesday 9 July, 8pm
Level 3 Lounge | Tickets £10

Lleuwen Steffan was brought up to the sound of words and music, being the daughter of singer-composer Steve Eaves, and she sang on some of his recordings as a young girl. She also gained valuable experience at Ysgol Glanaethwy, the school at Bangor renowned for its choirs, but Lleuwen was always keen to broaden her musical horizons and develop her own unique voice. This she did with the jazz group Acoustique and her first solo albums Duw A Ŵyr and Penmon, all of which were critically acclaimed.

She moved to Brittany, where she became engrossed in the musical traditions of that Celtic country, and learnt the Breton language. She worked with songstress Norwen Korbel, and also with the bassist Vincent Guerin, and together they composed songs and experimented with new sounds which resulted in the album Tân, released simultaneously in Brittany and Wales.


Tuesday 10 September, 8pm
Level 3 Lounge | Tickets £10

The remarkable intimate solo performances Martin gives go from strength to strength – every gig is a masterclass. He travels the length and breadth of the UK and beyond, giving rapt audiences passion, sorrow, love, beauty, tragedy and majesty through his playing.

“What’s it like being the best guitar player in the world…?” Martin’s modesty and grace prevented him from answering this BBC Radio 4 interviewer’s question recently, but the facts speak for themselves.



Tuesday 19 November, 8pm 
Level 3 Lounge | Tickets £10

A singer and fiddle player hailing from Staffordshire, Jackie Oates is a name synonymous with the reinvigoration of English folk music, beguiling audiences with a delicate balance of tradition and reinvention. Her mellifluous voice and imaginatively plaintive fiddle style has won her several BBC Folk Awards during a 10-year recording career that began as a member of the nascent Unthanks and has continued with six acclaimed solo albums. A member of the Imagined Village collective she has also collaborated with Alasdair Roberts, Belinda O’Hooley and her brother Jim Moray on material ranging from traditional ballads to eerie lullabies and rich contemporary songs, earning her a fan base beyond the folk scene she grew up in.



To see what our sister venue New Theatre has to offer REACT members, please click here.

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