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Laura Chamberlain Laura Chamberlain | 15:06 UK time, Wednesday, 14 April 2010

Nicola Heywood Thomas talks to Jonathan Pryce and looks at the latest productions by National Theatre Wales and Mappa Mundi in this week's BBC Radio Wales Arts Show.

Jonathan Pryce

Welsh star of stage and screen Pryce has been starring in the West End as tramp Davies in Harold Pinter's The Caretaker. The show, directed by Christopher Morahan, comes to an end on 17 April after a 14 week run at Trafalgar Studios having previously been staged at the Everyman Theatre in Liverpool.

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This week's show also sees how National Theatre Wales' second production Shelf Life is in full flow. A collaboration between Volcano Theatre and the Welsh National Opera, the theatre company promises a unique multi-sensory experience that takes place in the old Swansea Library in the heart of the city.

And Mappa Mundi Theatre Company are about to set off on a spring tour with Dangerous Liaisons, a new stage adaptation of Pierre Choderlos de Laclos' 1782 novel of lust, greed, deception and romance.

The company are promising their audiences 'seductively decadent fun' with their new production, following the previously successful adaptations of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales and Defoe's Moll Flanders.

The tour begins at the Theatr Mwldan in Cardigan on 22 April, taking in various destinations in Wales and England up until June.

Listen to the Radio Wales Arts Show each Thursday at 6.30pm on BBC Radio Wales.

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