This weekend YouTube channel, The Shows Must Go On presents the stage version of Hairspray starring Ariana Grande’ as Tracy Turnblad.
Theatr Iolo have launched a playwriting competition for children and young people across Wales.
Andy Howells pays tribute to actor, Richard Dymond who passed away on May 20, 2020.
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.
A bit of a different Throwback Thursday this week to the enormous world of theatre, music and performance. In this case, I am not quite certain who I’m throwing back to, except that the lady in question appears to have been a stage actress or dancer.
As the pandemic continues, many people across the world have turned to online streaming for their dose of theatrical entertainment, particularly presented in the medium of audio drama.
Since the UK Government restrictions advised theatres to close due to the COVID19 pandemic, Ballet Cymru have remained pro-active with their output offering frequent online ballet tutorials.
Flamingo, a collection of seven monologues looking at how we perceive and project ourselves through the platform of social media is to be presented online by students of Bristol-based Theatre Arts Academy, The Big Act.
Andy Howells checks out Centrestage Cymru’s second locdown Sofa Sing Song
The Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama is delighted to announce Kate Stokes Davies, current Director of Communications and Stakeholder Relations at Qualifications Wales, as the College’s new Director of External Affairs, and Robert Plane, Principal Clarinet of the BBC National Orchestra of Wales as the new Head of Woodwind Performance.