Australasian rock giants Crowded House famed for such legendary hits Don’t Dream It’s Over and Weather With You will play Cardiff Castle on Thursday June 20.
Glam Rock royalty Sweet are back, and you’re not going to want to miss out this December as they go Full Circle as Cardiff’s Tramshed. Guitarist/vocalist Andy Scott, the sole surviving original member at the heart of the band and the golden thread linking Sweet’s proud past to the present, is still fiercely protective ofContinue reading “Sweet Will go Full Circle with Hits at Cardiff’s Tramshed”
The producers of Cardiff Christmas Festival (formerly Cardiff Castle Christmas Festival), which is staged inside a beautiful heated 550-seat Spiegeltent in Cardiff’s Sophia Gardens, have announced more details about this year’s event.
Shrek the Musical returns to Wales Millennium Centre from 20 – 25 November 2024. Based on the Oscar winning DreamWorks film, the Broadway and West End smash hit Shrek the Musical is a fun filled and hilarious musical comedy with a cast of vibrant characters and a ‘shrektackular’ score.
Andy Howells reviews The Merchant of Venice 1936 starring Tracy-Ann Oberman as Shylock.
Stand-up star Jake Lambert is going on his first national tour in 2024. Described as “A joke machine” by The Telegraph…
The incredible cast has been announced for the UK tour of award-winning musical Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World. This empowering pop musical, from one of the producers of the worldwide sensation SIX, is based on the popular book by Suffragette relative Kate Pankhurst.
Coming to Cardiff’s New Theatre in May 2024, is Unfortunate: The Untold Story of Ursula The Sea Witch.
There’s not long to wait now for I Should Be So Lucky: The Stock Aitken Waterman Musical comes to the Wales Millennium Centre from 27 November – 2 December and we’re “so lucky” to be the second venue on the National tour for the show coming shortly after the World premiere in Manchester.
Andy Howells reviews the 2023 presentation of John Mortimer’s autobiographical play starring Rupert Everett, Jack Bardoe, Allegra Marland, Julian Wadham and Eleanor David.