Kate Griffin visits the Sherman Theatre to review Angel, the legendary story of Rehana who in 2014 remained in in her hometown of Kobane to defend it as a sniper against the onslaught of ISIS.
Andy Howells reviews singer/songwriter, Leo Sayer on his 50th anniversary tour at St David’s Hall, Cardiff.
Rachel Howells reviews Bat Out of Hell, The Award-winning hit musical featuring Jim Steinman & Meat Loaf’s Greatest Hits at Cardiff’s New Theatre.
Andy Howells attends the first show of Newport Playgoers 2022-23 season at Newport’s Dolman Theatre, Clue!
Rachel Howells attends Cardiff’s New Theatre for the opening night of Friendsical.
Andy Howells visits Cardiff New Theatre for the Welsh debut of The Cher Show which tells the true story of one of popular music’s greatest icons.
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.
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.
Andy Howells visits Cardiff Open Air Theatre Festival to witness Everyman Theatre’s stage musical presentation of Little Shop of Horrors.