Review: The Ocean at The End of The Lane, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff

Andy Howells visits Wales Millennium Centre’s Donald Gordon Theatre for “A unique stage experience” as Neil Gaiman’s The Ocean at The End of The Lane takes to the stage starring Millie Hikasa, Charlie Brooks and Flinty Williams.

Review: Sherlock Holmes – The Valley of Fear, New Theatre, Cardiff

Andy Howells reviews Nick Lane’s adaptation of the Sherlock Holmes story, The Valley of Fear playing Cardiff’s New Theatre until May 26.

“A Role Like Sherlock Holmes is An Absolute Gift!” – Luke Barton Discusses The Valley of Fear at Cardiff’s New Theatre

“it’s been brilliant, this is the third time that I’ve played Sherlock Holmes,” actor Luke Barton tells Andy Howells, as he prepares for the final week of Blackeyed Theatre’s UK tour of The Valley of Fear, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s last Sherlock Holmes novel.

Review: Just Jump, Norwegian Church, Cardiff

Rachel Howells reviews Just Jump, a new theatre production for schools performed at Cardiff’s Norwegian Church during May and June in the mediums of English and Welsh.

Review: Golygfeydd o’r Pla Du, Memo Arts Centre, Barry

Thomas and Rachel Howells travel to Barry’s Memo Arts Centre to review Chris Harris’ touring Welsh comedy, Golygfeydd o’r Pla Du. Our review appears in both Welsh and English.

Eleri & Eädyth Call Out Against Music Industry Sexism with New Single – Good For A Girl

Wales’ country siren ELERI returns with a feisty new single ‘Good for A Girl’ to kick off her summer run of festival dates.

Review: Imrie, Sherman Theatre, Cardiff

Thomas and Rachel Howells visit Cardiff’s Sherman Theatre to review Imrie by Nia Morais. As the play is in the Welsh medium with subtitles, we have provided a Welsh review (with an English translation below).

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