Pint‐Sized Plays

The Venues

The Tavern Bar & Kitchen, Tenby

An 'olde worlde' pub and restaurant right in the heart of the old walled town. Log fires, delicious food and good beer make this venue perfect for a cosy evening at the 'theatre'.

The Hope and Anchor, Tenby

The Hope and Anchor is a pleasant pub with a small beer garden on St Julian Street, offering a wide range of guest beers and a good selction of bar meals.

The Buccaneer, Tenby

Just off Tudor Square, this lively pub is always busy and full of young locals and visitors. Pembrokeshire products form the base of first class pub food and a wide variety of beers complete the picture.

The C0ve, Tenby

Large, plrasant pub right in the centre of town in High Street.

The Crown, Tenby

A true 'local' pub located at the bottom end of the famous Frog Street close to the sea. Good food and drinks with a friendly staff.

Tenby Sailing Club, Tenby

A lovely venue down by the Harbour.

The Mariners Hotel, Haverforwest

The Mariners is in the centre of Haverfordwest. The bar offers real ales and bar snacks or a more substantial menu with homemade and local produce.

Haverfordwest Golf Club

New for 2018, the Golf club just on the outskirts of Haverfordwest is a lovely venue for the last of our 'pub performances, before the plays go on to the Script Slam.

Theatr Gwaun

A Community theatre in Fishguard, seating 180 people. With a varied programme of film and live entertainment, including jazz, folk, rock, classical, and world music, dance, professional, amateur and youth drama.


The first performance will be during Tenby Arts Festival, September 24th and 25th September 2017. Up to four plays will be performed in three pubs one evening and more plays in three other pubs the next evening. A selection of these plays will then be taken forward to other pubs in Pembrokeshire. For more infomation on the performances click here

Then on September the 29th the winning plays will be taken to a grand 'Script Slam' in Fishguard's Theatr Gwaun theatre (subject to confirmation) to decide the 'Pint-sized champion'!