Andy Howells reviews Iniquity (Camwedd), a new play based on the true story of Dic Penderyn and the Merthyr Uprising of 1831.
It’s 20 years since the Newport Ship was discovered and the Newport Ship Centre on Estuary Road will be celebrating this special event on Saturday 30th July with a Medieval Open Day from 10am-4pm.
Our roving reviewer Kate Griffin reviews An Audience with Milly-Liu starring Francois Pandolfo at Cardiff’s Sherman Theatre ahead of its Edinburgh Fringe premiere!
Andy Howells visits Newport’s Big Splash Festival and captures some of the fun on camera in this Entertainment South Wales photo special.
Andy Howells visits Cardiff Open Air Theatre Festival to witness Everyman Theatre’s stage musical presentation of Little Shop of Horrors.
Rachel Howells visits Wales Millennium Centre to review the new Welsh musical comedy, Anthem written by Llinos Mai.
After an absence of two years there isn’t long to wait now until Newport Live and The Riverfront’s Big Splash festival which returns this weekend! Kick starting the summer holidays with a bang on Saturday 23 & Sunday 24 July the Riverfront has curated a jam-packed FREE programme for all ages to enjoy across 5 city centre locations.
Big Splash festival is renowned for being a family event, but there really is something for everyone and every taste. This year, the Big Splash Busk is based in the centre of the city in Commercial Street, presented by Le Pub and sponsored by Newport NOW bid.
The Cardiff Open Air Theatre Festival continues at Sophia Gardens this week with Everyman Theatre’s presentation of the musical, Little Shop of Horrors directed by Rich Tunley and musical direction by Rob Thorne Jr.
Late-night one-man cat-drag comedy An Audience with Milly-Liu will preview at Cardiff’s Sherman Theatre from July 27-30 before its Edinburgh Fringe run at the Pleasance August 3 – 29.