Andy Howells samples a rare presentation of a Shakespeare classic at Cardiff Open Air Theatre Festival.
English folk rock band, Fairport Convention are returning to the Borough Theatre Abergavenny on Wednesday 19 July at 7:30pm.
Throughout June, the artistic works of over 100 secondary school pupils from south-east Wales are on display at Cardiff’s Pierhead Building – after the pupils took part in a pioneering memorial project, led by Swansea University and Imperial War Museums, with artist Siôn Tomos Owen.
Andy Howells reviews the second headlining show of Everyman Theatre’s Cardiff Open Air Theatre Festival – Calendar Girls!
THE Welsh Proms are back Saturday 8 – Friday 14 July, and this time there is more reason to celebrate as it’s the 40th anniversary of St David’s Hall!
From July 4 to 9, Llandaff Festival has an outstanding and varied cultural programme, centred on the Cathedral. Only in its second year, the festival welcomes all of Cardiff for a celebration of culture, music and heritage and showcases the continuous work the Cathedral puts into achieving musical excellence and building a stronger community.
Seren Howells heads to Wales Millennium Centre to catch up with family favourite Annie the Musical featuring Craig Revel Horwood as Miss Hannigan.
Chepstow Racecourse was Paradise for music fans as George Ezra brought an incredible weekend of international live music to a close on Sunday night (July 2).
Three actors from Cardiff Open Air Theatre Festival’s upcoming production of Calendar Girls by Tim Firth will be running in Cardiff Race For Life on Sunday 9 July. Everyman Theatre actors Pam Chappell Wiener, Lawrence Clarke and Toby Harris from Calendar Girls are all taking part to raise funds for cancer research in an act that is life imitating art.
‘Do You Believe in Ghosts’ creator James Taylor guarantees “a haunting night at the theatre” when the show plays The Riverfront Theatre in July 12.