Newport’s Riverfront Theatre & Arts Centre re-opens on 2nd August to welcome back families and audiences to workshops and live performances.
The award-winning Cardiff Open Air Theatre Festival will be returning this summer, bringing outdoor theatre back to South Wales.
Music and theatre lovers in South Wales will be delighted to hear that producers of Cardiff’s Live Under the Stars have secured new dates for their inaugural live music and theatre attraction at Cardiff Castle this year.
To celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8, Cardiff’s multi-artform contemporary arts venue, Chapter will join the Feminista Film Festival UK Tour 2021 with a virtual screening, in partnership with Modern Films.
Cardiff – based multi-artform contemporary arts venue, Chapter have announced Bringing Africa to Wales Film Festival, presented by Watch-Africa Cymru.
Four of Wales’ best-loved festivals, Festival of Voice, FOCUS Wales, Other Voices Cardigan and Aberystwyth Comedy Festival, have joined forces in lockdown to create Gŵyl 2021; a free, online festival packed with unforgettable music and comedy, embracing diversity and dialogue.
The film 03YB is the winner of the first ever Her Ffilm Fer Hansh Short Film Challenge.
The annual Welsh language festival Tafwyl is to be streamed live on 20 June from Cardiff Castle, the lively and uplifting programme of events will be a very welcome distraction from the current pandemic situation and will offer the established blend of live music, literature, discussions, and activities for children.
Cardiff’s Sherman Theatre are to re-release of all monologues in its celebrated TEN/DEG series and will be uploading all ten short plays for FESTIVAL TEN from 5 – 12 June.
NEW, the Royal Welsh College’s flagship festival of new writing comes to the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama from March 17 – 19 2020.