Review: Wish You Were Dead, New Theatre, Cardiff

Kate Griffin heads to Cardiff’s New Theatre to review the latest Peter James’ crime thriller, Wish You Were Dead starring George Rainsford, Katie McGlynn and Clive Mantle.

True Story of “The Welsh Cinderella” On Stage In A Beautiful Rhythm of Life and Death at Chapter Arts Centre

Gary Raymond’s play in three acts based on the life of Welsh writer, Dorothy Edwards , A Beautiful Rhythm of Life and Death takes centre stage at Cardiff’s Chapter Arts Centre later this month.

Touring Welsh Comedy – Golygfeydd o’r Pla Du – Will Be An “Outrageous Experience”

Theatrau Sir Gâr’s (Carmarthenshire Theatres) first ever production is touring until May 26. Golygfeydd o’r Pla Du by Chris Harris is a dark and mischievous black (death) comedy about crisis and corruption set in the forgotten and lawless village of Pentreufargirec, 1348.

Review: Lucie Jones and The Fulltone Orchestra, St David’s Hall, Cardiff

Andy Howells reviews Welsh stage and music star Lucie Jones concert with The Fulltone Orchestra at Cardiff’s St David’s Hall.

“A Trip Down Memory Lane” As Clare Returns To Spanish Lies at Newport’s Dolman Theatre

30 years ago, teacher Clare Jacob performed Girl Lorna in Frank Vickery’s Spanish Lies at The Congress Theatre, Cwmbran. This May, now retired from her work in primary education, she is performing Woman Regietta in the same play for Newport Playgoers Society at the Dolman Theatre.

“Truth is a Better Story Than Fiction” – Titanic The Musical Docks At Cardiff’s New Theatre

Matt Wolf chats to Titanic The Musical Directors, Thom Sutherland & Danielle Tarento, ahead of the show’s arrival at New Theatre, Cardiff this week.