Newport’s Riverfront Theatre & Arts Centre are to host The Romani Cultural & Arts Company (RCAC) continued project Gypsy Maker 5 this September.
BBC New Comedy Awards 2022 are looking for comedy fans to be in the audience for the TV recordings of the six regional heats which will be transmitted on BBC Three this autumn.
“It’s A Real Showstopper!” Says The Cher Show Star Millie O’Connell as Hit Musical Makes Cardiff Debut
Andy Howells chats to West End star Millie O Connell who is currently starring alongside Debbie Kurrup and Danielle Steers in the UK tour of The Cher Show.
Andy Howells checks out the first Maindee Music Festival featuring Genevieve, Araby, Ruby Kelly and Russ & Roll.
Former Blue Peter star, Peter Duncan, will play John Blondel with Daniel Rainford, who recently completed a UK tour of Michael Morpurgo’s Private Peaceful, as The Speaker in the upcoming ghost story, When Darkness Falls.
Following West End runs and a UK tour, Death Drop is back! The drag murder mystery sensation returns with a brand-new show: Death Drop: Back In The Habit.
Leicester’s Curve theatre and Birmingham Hippodrome have announced the cast of their co-production of the acclaimed musical The Color Purple, which will visit Wales Millennium Centre this October while on tour for the first time.
If you you a young person aged 11-25 that would like to get involved in some creative fun this summer, then Cardiff Theatre Company Fio want to hear from you!
After a successful championship in 2019 and following a break in the racing calendar due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Newport will once again host the British Cycling Youth and Junior Track Championships at the Geraint Thomas National Velodrome of Wales.
Rebecca Royall reviews Odyssey Theatre Company’s presentation of Adele Cordner’s play My Favourite Dog based on a book by Val Ormrod and performed at Newport’s Barnabas Arts House.
Classical crossover singer Natasha Hardy discusses her music inspirations with Andy Howells
The 75th Edinburgh Fringe Festival takes place over three weeks in August and features no less than 4 shows reviewed by our EntsSouthWales team. While Grav and Iniquity (Camwedd) focus on real-life drama, Grandmother’s Closet and An Audience With Milly-Liu combine topical issues with comedy and colour!
Andy Howells reviews Iniquity (Camwedd), a new play based on the true story of Dic Penderyn and the Merthyr Uprising of 1831.
Saturday morning saw the launch of Operasonic’s Sonic Singalong at Newport’s Belle Vue Park led by children’s performer Frantastic in the bandstand situated outside the Belle-Vue tearooms.
It’s 20 years since the Newport Ship was discovered and the Newport Ship Centre on Estuary Road will be celebrating this special event on Saturday 30th July with a Medieval Open Day from 10am-4pm.
Our roving reviewer Kate Griffin reviews An Audience with Milly-Liu starring Francois Pandolfo at Cardiff’s Sherman Theatre ahead of its Edinburgh Fringe premiere!
With the world gradually emerging from a two-year hiatus, Leo Sayer will be celebrating the milestone of 50 years as a recording artist the only way he knows how – via a huge UK tour set to run between September – November 2022 including a date at Cardiff’s St David’s Hall on September 30.
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