Finding Our Common Wealth

At the start of 2024, Common Wealth began a new venture, employing a Performance Collective, a group of young, working-class creatives who are paid two […]

Language, Class and Cywilydd

By @DiffwysCriafol Thank you to Peter Davies for the insightful editing of this piece. Thank you also to Rhiannon White & Ffion Wyn for creating […]


Llanrumney (Welsh: Llanrhymni) is a suburb in east Cardiff. Isms – A distinctive practice, system, or philosophy, typically a political ideology or an artistic movement. […]

The Posh Club

I was in the office, at my part-time arts marketing job, when I checked my phone. I saw a flash of images. Rows of empty […]

Schools, Squirrels, and Some Sort of Success

Epic Fail was a starting point. It was the first time Common Wealth worked with Glan-Yr-Afon Primary School in Llanrumney, a school known for campaigning […]

A Year at Common Space

A Year at Common Space   In 2021, there has been lots going on at Common Wealth Theatre, but one thing we would like to […]

New Chapters

Some news from us, Company Manager Tracy Basu is leaving Common Wealth for pastures new to take up the role as Executive Director at Eden […]

Common Wealth Podcast: Rent Party

We’ve created a series of podcasts to explore all things Common Wealth, chatting to the people we make work with, the people who inspire us […]

Place, Stories and Making Connections

Hello/Shwmae! My name is Callum Lloyd, I’m an actor and writer from Rumney, Cardiff. I recently participated in Common Wealth’s two-day exploration of Cardiff East […]