Sherman Theatre makes and curates exciting theatre for audiences and develops meaningful partnerships with the best of UK and international companies.


With a focus on the development and presentation of new writing and classic texts, the Sherman Theatre supports and nurtures emerging artists, and connects with its audiences through a relevant and inspiring Community Engagement programme. It provides opportunities for those who have previously faced barriers to attendance to go to the theatre for the first time, through the Paul Hamlyn Foundation funded project, Sherman 5.


In 2016 the Sherman Theatre became the first Welsh theatre to transfer to the National Theatre with the production of Iphigenia in Splott.  The piece also received the UK Theatre Award for Best New Play 2015, the James Tait Black Prize and was shortlisted in the Evening Standard Awards for Best Actress. 


Sherman Theatre is currently co-producing a new Gary Owen piece, KILLOLOGY with The Royal Court Theatre, directed by Rachel O’Riordan, which will premiere in Cardiff at the Sherman Theatre 24 March – 8 April 2017, before a run in London,May 2017 –24 June 2017.

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