The award-winning Cardiff Open Air Theatre Festival will be returning this summer, bringing outdoor theatre back to South Wales.
Andy Howells reviews a new publication commemorating the first 100 years of Newport Operatic Society.
The first ever UK tour of hit musical Dreamgirls, which was due to start in 2020, will now open at the Liverpool Empire Theatre this December before visiting cities right across the country throughout 2022 and into 2023.
Cardiff’s New Theatre have announced a further five on-sale shows for their 2021/22 programme.
Theatr Iolo are to present their first show since the winter lockdown, with performances for families at outdoor venues in South Wales.
Producer Blair Russell (previously known for his work on Slave Play, the immersive Off-Broadway production of Sweeney Todd) has announced a new concept album of the original new bilingual musical For Tonight, with a cast of West End musical theatre actors and a full Welsh ensemble, which will be released via all digital platforms in Summer 2021.
The story of the origins of Newport Operatic Society is the subject of a new book written by a former Society member, David Kenny.
The Dolman Theatre has remained a hub of performing arts and amateur theatre in South Wales for over 50 years.
From award- winning writer Alun Saunders, Deaf & Fabulous Productions and Taking Flight Theatre comes Fow, a heartfelt, funny and entertaining drama rehearsed and recorded especially for online audiences. This trilingual piece by Saunders, (whose previous credits include Pobol Y Cwm and Best Playwright at the Wales Theatre Awards 2016 for A Good Clean Heart)isContinue reading “Fow – A New Trilingual Comedy Drama For Digital Audiences”
Andy Howells reviews The Picture of Dorian Gray based on Oscar Wilde’s original story by Henry Filloux-Bennett and directed by Tamara Harvey.