Andy Howells witnesses American singer/songwriter and Byrds legend, Roger McGuinn solo show at Cardiff’s Glee Club.
Andy Howells reviews Sixties Gold at St David’s Hall, Cardiff As I was born in 1968, the music of the 1960s has always been close to me and for that matter has had a particular part to play in forming my own life’s soundtrack. As new styles come,become stale or boring, the endless genres ofContinue reading “Review: Sixties Gold, St David’s Hall, Cardiff”
Andy Howells reviews Daniel Llewelyn-Williams one-man play A Regular Little Houdini performed at Newport’s Riverfront Theatre during the theatre’s 10th anniversary week in October 2013.
Morecambe and Wise were the funniest comedy double act on television during the 1960s and 70s and even though their partnership ended when Eric Morecambe died of a heart attack in 1984 their popularity has endured. Ian Ashpitel and Jonty Stephens stage presentation Eric and Little Ern (Newport Riverfront, October 8) is therefore most welcome.Continue reading “Review: Eric and Little Ern, Newport Riverfront”
Ewan Wardrop’s much praised tribute show to entertainer George Formby played the final date of its current tour at Newport Riverfront on Friday evening. From the very young to the most senior in years, the show raised smiles from the offset as actor/ dancer/ comedian Ewan Wardrop delivered a charismatically choreographed one-man show performance ofContinue reading “Review: Formby, The Riverfront, Newport”
Andy Howells chats to Ewan Wardrop who brings his one-man show Formby to Newport Riverfront next week.
Rachel Howells reviews Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at Bristol Hippodrome
Andy Howells reviews Playgoers New Generation presentation of Around The World in 80 Days at Dolman Theatre, Newport.
Andy Howells reviews Newport Playgoers stage presentation of three classic episodes of Dad’s Army written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft.
Rachel Howells reviews American Idiot at Wales Millennium Centre