Thomas Howells reviews Ross Salvage’s play, Drawing The Line performed by Newport Playgoers Society as part of their One-Act Play season.
Thomas Howells reviews Alice Lynch one-act play Windows, performed by Newport Playgoers Society as part of their one-act play festival.
Wales’ two national theatre companies, National Theatre Wales and Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru, have combined talents to tour Wales with a new production of Fabrice Melquiot’s play, Petula, currently playing Cardiff’s Sherman Theatre.
Newport actor Daniel Llewelyn Williams returns to the Riverfront Theatre this week in Horse Country, a play directed by Mark Bell, known for his work on The Play That Goes Wrong and Cluedo. The presentation will be co-produced by Flying Bridge Theatre Company with Rive Productions.
London-based trio Dream Wife, made up of vocalist Rakel Mjöll, guitarist Alice Go, bassist Bella Podpadec, are hitting the UK live circuit again and will shortly play Cardiff’s Clwb Ifor Bach.
Newport’s Riverfront Theatre and Arts Centre are to support local performer Krystal S Lowe as she debuts her new piece There’s Room for Me Too at The Riverfront on Saturday 12 March.
Rebecca Loebe is many things: an award-winning songwriter living in Austin, a celebrated vocalist and, occasionally, a liar.
Thomas Howells visits Cardiff’s New Theatre to review the all-star presentation of Catch Me if You Can featuring Patrick Duffy, Linda Purl and Gray O Brien.
Cardiff-born singer/songwriter Jamie Miller has released his latest single“I Lost Myself In Loving You” – via Atlantic Records and Geaux Uptown Records.
Beans on Toast will be returning to the road for a run of UK shows backed by the praised Jack Flanagan of Mystery Jets and Kitty Liv as he brings the songs from his new album, ‘Survival of the Friendliest.’