Flashback Friday returns with a series of reviews from previous years celebrating the best in live music and theatre. If you remember attending any of the shows please send us your memories.
Seren Howells takes time out to review Hijinx Theatre’s latest presentation, Metamorphosis, presented online via Green Man festivals 2020 event, Field of Streams.
Indie Alt-Americana duo Anana Kaye and Irakli Gabriel have followed up their recent cover of Bob Dylan’s Senor with a duet recorded with friend, singer/songwriter and actress, Rosemary Fossee.
Andy Howells reviews the expanded edition of Laura Branigan’s Self Control released by Cherry Red Records.
Andy Howells checks out Sir Cliff Richard’s Royal Albert Home Session.
Seren Howells reviews Charli XCX new release, How I’m Feeling Now.
Andy Howells reviews expanded editions of Cilla Black’s albums Sweet Inspiration and Images available from Cherry Red.
This weekend YouTube channel, The Shows Must Go On presents the stage version of Hairspray starring Ariana Grande’ as Tracy Turnblad.
This week’s Flashback Friday features five trips to the ballet, a dance medium I have come to appreciate and enjoy as a reviewer over the last two decades. Ballet is a wondrous and beautiful expression of dance. It can be dramatic and powerful as it can be carefree and blissful, but it is always powerful and relevant.
Andy Howells listens in to Series 10 of Curious Under The Stars, the comedy/drama series set in the fantastical Welsh village of Glan Don starring Emma Sidi, Ifan Huw Dafydd and Richard Elis.