Newport’s Friars Walk will be totally dedicated to the Big Splash festival on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 July, with an incredible line up across two zones. John Frost Square and Usk Plaza will become giant stages for the big, the bonkers and the brilliant over the fun-filled weekend, with many roving acts making surprise appearances, too!
Wales Millennium Centre’s newest production is Anthem, an original comedy musical that follows the nation’s largest television singing competition.
The surroundings of Abergavenny Castle with its dramatic views is to make an idyllic setting for open air theatre this summer. The Castle, home to MonLife Heritage’s Abergavenny Museum, is playing host to three light-hearted productions from professional touring theatre companies that are great for family audiences.
David Walliams magical creation’ Gangsta Granny arrives at Cardiff’s New Theatre from July 21 and features born and raised South Wales Valleys actor Justin Davies as Ben.
After an absence of two years, Newport Live and The Riverfront’s Big Splash family street theatre festival returns to the city streets on Saturday 23 & Sunday 24 July with a jam-packed programme celebrating favourite acts from past festivals as well as some brand-new surprises, which are being added to all the time.
Thomas Howells reviews the stage adaptation of the Disney classic, The Lion King at Wales Millennium Centre.
Catrin Finch is leading the artistic team for the World Harp Congress which will be staged in Cardiff from 22 – 28 July 2022. The world’s leading harpists will be in Cardiff for a full programme of recitals, concerts, lectures, masterclasses, and workshops – plus, for the first time in the events history, tickets for some of the biggest concerts are also available to the public.
Newport’s Riverfront Theatre & Arts Centre is to host a work-in-progress performance night to support local artists!
This summer, there’s an unusual new way to find independent Cardiff venues serving great wine.
A new show giving an entertaining exploration into Obsessive Compulsive Disorder will be premiered by award-winning theatre company StammerMouth at Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff this month.