Andy Howells reviews Wales Millennium Centre and Wiltshire Creative’s presentation of Agatha Christie’s The Mirror Crack’d adapted by Rachel Wagstaff , directed by Melly Still and starring Susie Blake as Miss Marple.
Transporter, a piece developed out of conversations with young people in Newport, is to return to the city!
A writer from Newport has pulled off a double publishing feat this month. Phil Mansell has published his first paperback children’s book on Amazon and has also had his latest stage play published.
Ahead of Wales Millennium Centre and Wiltshire Creative’s stage adaptation of The Mirror Crack’d from Side to Side’s run at Cardiff’s New Theatre, Andy Howells chats to actor Joe Dixon about stepping from classical Shakespeare to an Agatha Christie Whodunnit!
THE nation’s favourite historian Dan Snow comes to St David’s Hall on Tuesday 26 March armed with some fascinating facts about the Welsh capital!
Andy Howells reviews Glass Ceiling Theatre’s Spring 2019 presentation of the musical, Chicago, at Newport’s Dolman Theatre.
BE WARNED…Julian Clary is back with his filthiest show yet and he’s coming to St David’s Hall on Wednesday 27 March! Born to Mince is the outrageously camp new tour from the national treasure, bestselling author and beloved TV personality. Julian delivers the usual scandalous stories, murders some well-known songs and is guaranteed to hurlContinue reading “Talking Comedy: Julian Clary Discusses Born To Mince”
Andy Howells reviews Ballet Cymru’s presentation of Made In Wales at Newport’s Riverfront Theatre.
The greatest hits of Tamla Motown will play Wales Millennium Centre latest this month as Motown The Musical takes to the stage.
Andy Howells reviews the Torch Theatre’s presentation of Grav by Owen Thomas and starring Gareth J Bale performed at Newport’s Riverfront Theatre on March 14, 2019