Look back on a month of great music and theatre shows from October 2022 with Entertainment South Wales.
As the days grow shorter, preparations are well underway at Newport’s Riverfront Theatre for the forthcoming panto season. Day by day, the theatre is being transformed into the home of Robin Hood and it’s feeling more magical by the minute. Take a look at what’s changed.
Seren Howells gets back in the habit of watching fun musicals and reviews Sister Act at Wales Millennium Centre.
Andy Howells reviews the UK Tour stage adaptation of The Lavender Hill Mob starring Miles Jupp and Justin Edwards at Cardiff’s New Theatre.
The debut UK Theatre tour based on the classic Ealing Comedy, The Lavender Hill Mob, based on the screenplay by T.E.B. Clarke, adapted for the stage by Phil Porter arrives at Cardiff’s New Theatre this week.
International touring ballet company for Wales, Ballet Cymru, have had a long-lasting relationship with Welsh singer, songwriter, author and broadcaster, Cerys Matthews. Cerys is a Patron of Ballet Cymru and has supported and worked alongside them for many years. Herself and her music have been heavily involved in the work of choreographers Darius James and Amy Doughty.
EastEnders star Charlie Brooks joins the cast of The Ocean at the End of the Lane at Wales Millennium Centre.
Rachel Howells reviews Fisherman’s Friends The Musical which plays Cardiff’s New Theatre until October 25.
Due to popular demand, with many shows already close to selling out, the producers of Santa’s Wish have added sixteen performances, including weekend and school holiday shows – with 49 performances in total being staged over the 2022 festive period.
As the world premiere production of Fisherman’s Friends:The Musical arrives at Cardiff’s New Theatre this week as part of its UK & Ireland tour, director James Grieve promises audiences are in store for “a feel-good, foot-stomping, sea shanty musical telling the astonishing story of the world’s least likely boyband”.