Following the success of the socially distanced production for babies created in 2020, Baby, Bird & Bee is now set to return to delight more babies in South Wales with performances at Grange Pavilion, Insole Court and Newport’s Riverfront Theatre.
Cardiff’s New Theatre have announced three additional stars who will be flying in on a magical carpet for their festive season to headline in this year’s magical family pantomime, Aladdin, from Saturday 4 December 2021 – Sunday 2 January 2022.
Inglorious will release their first ever covers album, Heroine on September 10, 2021 via Frontiers Music Srl. The album sees the band tackling covers by a varied selection of female artists whom they respect and admire. Fans can get their first taste of the album with the release of the single and video for their take on Miley Cyrus’ Midnight Sky.
Hijinx’s critically acclaimed online digital performance, Metamorphosis, is part of Summerhall’s Festival in the Edinburgh Fringe programme and is streaming until Sunday 29 August.
South Wales singer/songwriter KatieLou releases her new single Boys via Newport-based record label Dirty Carrot on August 28.
South Wales based Retro-Pop/Country artist Kaysha Louvain has released her new single, Nobody Does it Like Me. Kaysha learnt her craft over 10 years playing and writing music in various bands while drawing heavily on her Welsh roots. Her latest music has been compared to the likes of Sheryl Crow, Stevie Nicks, and Chrissie Hynde.Continue reading “New Release: Nobody Does It Like Me – Kaysha Louvain”
Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard will be the first Welsh band to play a live show again in Cardiff after the national lockdown.
Swansea’s country starlet Eleri Angharad releases a brand-new EP Nightclub Floor which will feature a brand-new song of the same name and an acoustic version of one of her biggest hits this week.
Wales-based singer/songwriter Volenté returns with her new album, City Lights Part 1. The second album release by the artist this year. City Lights Part 1 presents a real treat for the distinguished listener and those wanting something different.
Rachel Howells look at the musical version of Disney’s Beauty and the beast, shortly coming to Bristol Hippodrome.