After an absence of two years there isn’t long to wait now until Newport Live and The Riverfront’s Big Splash festival which returns this weekend! Kick starting the summer holidays with a bang on Saturday 23 & Sunday 24 July the Riverfront has curated a jam-packed FREE programme for all ages to enjoy across 5 city centre locations.
Big Splash festival is renowned for being a family event, but there really is something for everyone and every taste. This year, the Big Splash Busk is based in the centre of the city in Commercial Street, presented by Le Pub and sponsored by Newport NOW bid.
Newport’s Friars Walk will be totally dedicated to the Big Splash festival on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 July, with an incredible line up across two zones. John Frost Square and Usk Plaza will become giant stages for the big, the bonkers and the brilliant over the fun-filled weekend, with many roving acts making surprise appearances, too!
After an absence of two years, Newport Live and The Riverfront’s Big Splash family street theatre festival returns to the city streets on Saturday 23 & Sunday 24 July with a jam-packed programme celebrating favourite acts from past festivals as well as some brand-new surprises, which are being added to all the time.
The Cardiff Open Air Theatre Festival continues at Sophia Gardens this week with Everyman Theatre’s presentation of William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, directed by David Mercatali.
Llais, Wales Millennium Centre’s flagship international arts festival is returning to Cardiff 26-30 October 2022 with a new name and an eclectic line-up of international acts, all kicking off with the iconic Welsh Music Prize ceremony.
A Hot Air Balloon, Some Grumpy Unicorns and a Giant Hippo are all set to appear at The Riverfront Theatre & Arts Centre’s Big Splash Festival this summer!
Andy Howells reviews the opening production of Cardiff Open Air Theatre Festival’s season at Sophia Gardens, a stage adaptation of the classic TV comedy series Blackadder Goes Forth.
The Cardiff Open Air Theatre Festival returns to Sophia Gardens this week for the first time in three years.
Organised by Menter Caerdydd, the family-friendly festival Tafwyl welcomed audiences back to Cardiff Castle over the weekend.