Here at entertainment south wales, we’ve been recalling some of our favourite musicals of the last decade! Rachel Howells checks out her five favourites…
NEW, the Royal Welsh College’s flagship festival of new writing comes to the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama from March 17 – 19 2020.
Music Theatre Wales’ Artistic Director Michael McCarthy Discusses Denis & Katya which premieres at Newport’s Riverfront & Arts Centre in February 2020 before touring in March.
Ahead of the Gurnwah Productions performing The Man Whose Hair Grew Black in Leicester Square Theatre, London on February 1, Andy Howells chats to actor Julian Richards
Ahead of the company performing the show in Leicester Square Theatre, London on February 1, Andy Howells chats to writer, Anthony Bunko.
In a new, occasional series of features, Entertainment South Wales look at new stage shows and plays premiering across the UK…
Following a summer run of highly impressive summer festival appearances, Newport’s Skindred have announced a special one-off show at London’s Roundhouse on Saturday Nov 21st, 2020 to be recorded as the band’s first live album.
Andy Howells recalls the family visit to The Royal Observatory in Greenwich in the latest Beyond South Wales feature.
Andy Howells and his family check out the West End Musical, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie at the Apollo Theatre starring Layton Williams, Rebecca McKinnis, Bill Ward and Rita Simons.
Thomas Howells goes Beyond South Wales to The Peter Harrison Planetarium in Greenwich, London.