Andy Howells reviews a new compilation celebrating a unique musical partnership: Cliff Richard and The Shadows: The Best of The Rock ‘n’ Roll Pioneers on Parlophone Records.
In the dark days of December as Christmas festivities launch with lights and feasting, in the dark streets and countryside of Wales another figure appears, the Mari Lwyd or Grey Mare. This strange and haunting custom has become the focus of artistic inspiration and a new exhibition of artworks can now be seen at ChepstowContinue reading “Artwork Inspired By The Mari Lwyd Tradition At Chepstow Museum”
WITH the festive season fast approaching, there’s no better way to get in the Christmas spirit than by enjoying a Russian ballet at St David’s Hall. Here are 10 reasons why they are unmissable!
Andy Howells reviews Lighthouse Theatre and Pontardawe Arts Centre’s presentation of It’s a Wonderful Life at Newport’s Riverfront Theatre.
Jackie Davies reviews 2019’s Cardiff New Theatre pantomime, Cinderella starring Gok Wan, Rob Wilshaw, Teleri Hughes, Mike Doyle and Ceri Dupree.
BROOKE BENTHAM will be releasing her debut album Everyday Nothing on AllPoints on February 28, 2020. Brooke recently released a second single,
Lighthouse Theatre are bringing a festive radio play to Newport’s Riverfront Studio on Wednesday 11 and Thursday 12 December at 7.30 pm
Andy Howells reviews the 15th Riverfront pantomime, Cinderella starring Richard Elis, Keiron Self, Laura Meaton, and Gareth Tempest
Rachel & Seren Howells review Les Misérables which runs at Wales Millennium Centre until January 4, 2020.
The Riverfront Theatre & Arts Centre’s festive family treat Cinderella opened this week. Full of big song and dance routines, spectacular scenery, dazzling costumes and lots of jokes, the pantomime sees Cinders attempts to outwit her evil stepsisters with the help of her devoted best friend Buttons and magical Fairy Godmother. The cast feature someContinue reading “Picture Special: Cinderella Pantomime at Newport’s Riverfront Theatre”