Winner of the 2015 Olivier Award for Best New Comedy, Mischief Theatre’s smash-hit, The Play That Goes Wrong is currently raising laughs at London’s Duchess Theatre.
Our fourth Performances for Lockdown comes from Newport based actor, dancer and musical theatre student, Seren and her cover of the Vance Joy track, Riptide
Our third Performances for Lockdown comes from actor, Tori Lyons of Run Amok Theatre.
Our second Performances for Lockdown comes from Lenny Sayers, Principal Bass Clarinetist of BBC NOW who is displaying how to social distance while performing the traditional Welsh folk song Sosban Fach.
Our first Performances For Lockdown Comes from the Sharon Higgins Academy of Dance based in Newport, South Wales.
Wales Arts Review will launch a digital arts festival this weekend, Friday 27 March to Sunday 29 March, to raise emergency funds for artists and freelancers who have had their income impacted by efforts to stem the spread of Covid-19.
Although the Coronavirus pandemic has closed the doors of music venues across the UK, many musicians and singers are taking to social media to perform live sets in time of the crisis.
Due to the guidelines on social gathering both in the UK and internationally due to COVID-19, National Dance Company of Wales previously announced KIN tour dates will no longer go ahead.
In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, a South Wales theatre performance arts group is set to lift morale by bringing people together by getting us all singing – online!
With theatres across the United Kingdom now closed following UK Government advice over the Coronavirus pandemic, there are still opportunities to watch theatre – online!