Stream War Horse & Julie Via National Theatre at Home

The National Theatre has announced the next two filmed productions that will be added to its new streaming service National Theatre at Home. The iconic and multi-award-winning production of War Horse, based on the novel by Michael Morpugo, will be available on demand for the first time since its premiere 13 years ago alongside the powerful 2018 production Julie with Vanessa Kirby in the title role.

Watch Jacqueline Wilson’s Hetty Feather For Free

The stage presentation of Jacqueline Wilson’s best-selling novel Hetty Feather will be available to watch for free on The Shows Must Go On YouTube channel.

Experience Wales Borderlands – As GaggleBabble Walk, Talk & Remember With Interactive Map

An interactive map is currently live on GaggleBabble’s new website, which includes a series of nine films and seven responses from artists and locals from the England/Wales border.

How Live Entertainment Inspired Variety Girls Book Series – Interview With Tracy Baines

Author of Christmas with The Variety Girls, Tracy Baines talks to Andy Howells about her writing and The Variety Girls books

Watch Online Performance of O Holy Night From WNO Community Chorus & Renewal Choir

Welsh National Opera’s Community Chorus and Renewal Choir have come together for a unique performance of O Holy Night.

Album Reviews: Kelly Jones, Shes Got Spies & Steve n Seagulls

Andy Howells checks out album releases from Kelly Jones, Shes Got Spies & Steve n Seagulls

New Book Recalls TV Classics, Please Sir! & The Fenn Street Gang – David Barry Interview – Part 2

In the second part of an interview with Entertainment South Wales, David Barry ecalls the Please Sir! spin-off series The Fenn Street Gang as well as working on the Please Sir! film with Andy Howells.

Throwback Thursday: Celebrating Cardiff New Theatre Pantomimes Through The Years

Cardiff’s New Theatre celebrated its 114th birthday on December 10th and as a belated celebration, Entertainment South Wales thought it would be good to look back on some of the wonderful pantomimes the New Theatre has hosted over the last five decades.

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