Centrestage Cymru return to the stage of Newport’s Dolman Theatre this spring with Hot Mikado, an updated version of the Gilbert and Sullivan Musical classic. Centrestage Cymru formed in 2012 and in the decade since their formation have presented many sell-out musicals including Whistle Down the Wind, Grease, Singin’ in the Rain, Sister Act, Evita,Continue reading “Centrestage Cymru To Present Hot Mikado at Newport’s Dolman Theatre”
Oti Mabuse discusses her lshow, I Am Here ahead of her opening night at Cardiff’s New Theatre.
Andy Howells reviews Michael Flatley’s Lord of the dance at Cardiff’s New Theatre.
This week, one of the most successful touring productions arrives in Cardiff as Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance steps on to the stage of the New Theatre.
South Wales rockers Feeder are back with a new album and a series of UK dates.
Sherman Theatre is to present presents Brad Birch’s new reimagining of Henrik Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People this May. The Joe Murphy directed A Hero of the People brings together well-known Welsh talent from the worlds of stage and screen. Oliver Ryan from ITV’s The Pembrokeshire Murders will play Mick Powell, while Sherman TheatreContinue reading “Welsh Stage & Screen Stars Line-Up For Sherman Theatre’s A Hero For The People.”
Stand-up star Andy Parson’s previously postponed ‘Healing the Nation’ tour is now back on the road and hits three Welsh venues in the coming week.
Thomas Howells reviews Luke Hereford’s one-man show, Grandmother’s Closet performed at Wales Millennium Centre’s Weston Studio.
Thomas Howells checks out Dreamgirls The Musical, playing Wales Millennium Centre until April 30, 2022.
Rachel Howells steps back to the 1960s as she visits Cardiff’s New Theatre to review Bill Kenwright & Laurie Mansfield’s Dreamboats and Petticoats Bringing on Back the Good Times.