As the lights went down on venues across the UK, Theatre Adhoc played a theatrical swansong with its performance of Charlotte Keatley’s My Mother Said I Never Should at the Congress Theatre, Cwmbran.
In response to the Prime Minister’s statement on Monday evening, advising the UK public to avoid unnecessary social contact due to the coronavirus pandemic, including in theatres, Abergavenny Borough Theatre have suspended their presentations with immediate effect until at least April 30th.
Following government advice to combat the spread of coronavirus, many theatres and venues across the United Kingdom are closing this week in order to protect the welfare of customers and staff during the outbreak.
EVER wanted to hear opera classics like Carmen, Aida, Samson and Delilah, La Bohème and more all in one place? Well, now you can as Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra continue their 2019/20 season in style with Opera Spectacular on Friday 20 March.
Rachel Howells checks out the Stereophonics homecoming show at Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
A show celebrating Madame Clara Novello Davies and her famous son, returns to South Wales on March 20.
Andy Howells chats former Sex Pistol and Professionals founder Paul Cook ahead of The Professionals supporting Stiff Little Fingers on March 13 in Cardiff.
Andy Howells reviews Stephen Daldry’s adaptation of JB Priestley’s An Inspector Calls at Cardiff’s New Theatre from March 10-14 2020.
Andy Howells reviews Beautiful-The Carole King Musical at Wales Millennium Centre starring Daisy Wood-Davis as Carole King.
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.