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The Willow Way at Willow Globe Theatre


Llandrindod Wells

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Tel: 01597 811487
Small delights and tiny treasures await as you wander through the orchard, dip for minnows in Y Nant Perlan, make a den in the woods, hang your wish on the wishing tree, cast a spell in the witches' cavern, tell tales beneath the spreading chestnut tree, and follow the seasons through the snowdrop woods, banks of wild spring bluebells and ox-eye daisies in the drowsy summer hay meadow...............

The Willow Way hosts a range of workshops on Shakespeare's text, poetry, art, nature and much more. Alternatively you can view the trail by appointment.

The trail is supported by the open-air Living Willow Theatre which offers performance, festivals and workshops as well as providing a bar and BBQ on events days. Penlanole Organic Farm also offers camping in this stunningly beautiful part of the upper-Wye Valley. For further information visit:


The Willow Globe is off the A470, four miles south of Rhayader. Take the B road signposted ‘Nant Glas’ and ‘Nantmel’. You will find directions for the Theatre 200 yards up that lane. On performance days there will be a sandwich board on the A470.

By Bus: The nearest bus stop is Argoed Mill (15 minutes walk away) on the A470 serviced by the X47 bus between Llandrindod Wells and Llanidloes.

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NotesThe season at the Mid Wales Shakespeare Centre runs from April to September and guided walks around the nature trail on performance days, for special nature day events and by appointment only at other times. Contact Willow Theatre for visits from schools, community and interest groups