|contact person||Derek Webb|
|artistic policy||Narberth Talespinners is based in Pembrokeshire and was formed in 2001. Its first production in April 2002 was ˜Confusions, a series of five one-act plays by Alan Ayckbourn, one of which, Gosforths Fete went on to win for the Talespinners a Best Supporting Role award for Dot Pritchard at the group's first One Act Festival.
Later the same year the group staged the first performance of Bringing Back the Bluestones a comedy based on a campaign by the (fictitious) group Carreg Las that planned to return Stonehenge's bluestones to Pembrokeshire. A premise that won national press coverage, not to say notoriety, for the play.
In 2003, The Talespinners presented another set of One Act comedies two by Frank Vickery and one by David Tristram.
In spring 2004 the group presented three more one-act comedies, including another Alan Ayckbourn play ˜A Cut in the Rates, which was entered in the Pembrokeshire One Act Festival at the Torch Theatre in May and picked up two awards for the Best Newcomer (Maggy Roberts) and Best Presentation.
The group's latest production was Caramba's Revenge by William Norfolk, which was presented at the Queen's Hall Narberth in September 2004