If you thought this years Eurovision Song Contest was over – you are wrong!
The annual Welsh language festival Tafwyl is to be streamed live on 20 June from Cardiff Castle, the lively and uplifting programme of events will be a very welcome distraction from the current pandemic situation and will offer the established blend of live music, literature, discussions, and activities for children.
For one night only audiences will be able to watch a full evening programme of dance by National Dance Company Wales as part of the LIVE in Your Living Room event on 19 June 2020 organised by Déda. In partnership with Déda and Derby Theatre, LIVE in Your Living Room will showcase three of NationalContinue reading “An Evening of Dance – Live In Your Living Room”
The first Welshman to have a solo UK Number One hit, Ricky Valance died at the age of 84 on June 12, his agent has confirmed. Andy Howells interviewed the Ynysddu born singer in 2010 and pays tribute to him here.
Welsh National Opera have launched a new podcast with two series; one in English entitled The O Word and another in Welsh entitled Cipolwg.
Wales Millennium Centre has announced that the venue will remain closed until at least January 2021, due to the devastating impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on the theatre industry.
This weeks Throwback Thursday looks at the UK’s most celebrated comedy act, the legendary Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise and their long association with Cardiff’s New Theatre.
Anglo-Scottish duo Snowgoose are to release their new album The Making of You via Glass Modern on June 26. The album is preceded by the singles Hope and Who Will You Choose. The follow-up to their critically acclaimed debut, Harmony Springs, new album The Making Of You sees the songwriting duo of guitarist Jim McCullochContinue reading “Snowgoose To Release New Album, The Making Of You”
Following the success of Llygoden yr Eira, their co-production with Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru, which was available for families to watch on YouTube during April, Theatr Iolo have made a selection of their past work available online, as well as commissioning a number of new pieces made especially for online platforms.
Andy Howells celebrates the work of Welsh writer, Sion Eirian.