Andy Howells reviews Heathers The Musical, a film version recorded live at The Other Palace and playing UK Cinemas for one night only on March 28.
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Catch West End Hit Show – Heathers The Musical at a Cinema Near You – For One Night Only!
Kaleidoscope Entertainment’s stage recording of the award-winning, West End hit Heathers: The Musical is coming to cinemas nationwide for a one-night-only special event on 28th March.
Welsh Rugby Star Embarks On Tour With Son As The Lion Speaks Tonight!
Rugby legend Scott Quinnell is set to bare all with an evening of hilarious tales, and colourful pictures from his life. The brand-new show entitled The Lion Speaks Tonight which also features songs performed by Scott’s son, Steele will tour venues across Wales and beyond this autumn.
Throwback Thursday: The Sabres Enter Melody Maker Beat Contest and Record For Decca!
Following on from last weeks feature on the early days of South Wales band, The Sabres, Andy Howells continues to look at the Cwmbran bands history with recollections from Rod Thomas. By 1966, The Sabres consisting of Jim Kinnersley, John Hutton, Ian Norman, Rob Bishop, Gareth Moreton and Rod Thomas were already making their markContinue reading “Throwback Thursday: The Sabres Enter Melody Maker Beat Contest and Record For Decca!”
Throwback Thursday: Back To The 1960s With The Sabres
In this weeks Throwback Thursday feature, Andy Howells recalls another 1960s band from South Wales, The Sabres!
Throwback Thursday: Gerry and The Rebels Audition For 1960s Pop Show
Following last week’s Throwback Thursday feature on Cwmbran’s Gerry and The Rebels, today we look at one of the group’s further adventures when they auditioned for the 1960s pop show Discs A Go Go.
Throwback Thursday: Cwmbran’s Gerry and The Rebels (1962-1967)
Andy Howells recalls Cwmbran 1960s band, Gerry and The Rebels.
Theatre Adhoc Launch Virtual New Writing Festival 2020
This week, Theatre Adhoc in partnership with Congress Theatre, Cwmbran launch The Virtual New Writing Festival 2020! At the beginning of lockdown, Theatre Adhoc’s My Mother Said I Never Should was the final live production to play Cwmbran’s Congress Theatre. However, rather than just close the theatre doors the staff came up with the geniusContinue reading “Theatre Adhoc Launch Virtual New Writing Festival 2020”
Picture Special: South Wales Venues Light It In Red Plea To Save Theatre Industry
Picture Special from the #lightitinred campaign.
Flashback Friday: Six Music Stars From The 1960s
This weeks Flashback Friday celebrates six music stars from the 1960s.