Stifyn Parri brings his outrageous show SHUT YOUR MOUTH to the Torch Theatre!

Entertainer and impresario Stifyn Parri will be bringing his outspoken and outrageous one man show Shut Your Mouth to Torch Theatre in English on Thursday 15 March.

Former Brookside and Les Miserables star, Stifyn Parri, has previously delighted audiences with Shut Your Mouth in Wales and London, but this is the first time he has also performed it in Milford Haven. The show is a cheeky and charming eclectic mix of comic and poignant anecdotes of Stifyn’s showbiz life including West End backstage drama, Hollywood royalty, real Royalty, coming out, behind the camera TV secrets, glorious and embarrassing moments and plenty of celebrity gossip that he should probably keep to himself!

As an entrepreneur and entertainer Stifyn has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry. This is his story, in his words, on his terms. Imagine a stand-up, an autobiography and a gossip magazine, all rolled into one! Stifyn, who hit the news headlines with the first gay kiss on British TV back in the 80s, comments: “For the past year I have had a documentary film crew following my every move on my One Man Show journey, for a programme recently broadcast on S4C.Being bilingual means I am happy to perform this show in two different languages, and I’m thrilled that my first Welsh show in South Wales will be at Chapter, with my English version the following night. I have been lucky enough to have lead an incredibly colourful life packed with celebrities, show-biz weddings, royalty, tantrums, backstage dramas, good times and bad times and I cannot wait to be able to share these stories with the audience.”

The show is produced by Stifyn’s company MR PRODUCER whose previous credits include the opening weekend celebrations of Wales Millennium Centre and the Welcome 2 Wales Ryder Cup Concert at Millennium Stadium and ceremony at Celtic Manor.

Stifyn Parri’s Shut Your Mouth will be on at Torch Theatre on Thursday 15 March at 7.30pm. Tickets: £13.00. For more information and to book tickets visit or call the Box Office on 01646 695267.