On Friday 15th November 2019, former W.B.O. cruiserweight world champion, Johnny Nelson gave a talk and Q & A to delighted boxing fans in Merthyr Tydfil, a town renowned for its boxing heritage and producing great boxers such as Johnny Owen and Howard Winstone.
Chepstow Museum is bringing a show specially created for very young audiences by the team at the Sherman Theatre to the Drill Hall, Chepstow on Friday 22 and Saturday 23rd November.
Rachel Howells reviews Movie Mixtape at Wales Millennium Centre on November 17.
Four brand new, short films made by pupils from four schools in South Wales will be screened at an event in Wales Millennium Centre on Wednesday 20th November.
Ahead of Centrestage Cymru’s presentation of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, we present 12 fun facts about the musical!
Sherman Theatre has announced Joe Murphy’s first full year as Artistic Director. The 2020 season offers Cardiff audiences a year of compelling theatre made at the heart of the city. This ambitious programme sees the Sherman cement its position at the forefront of Welsh new writing.
Andy Howells witnesses an evening of riotous comedy from Gunwah Productions presentation of The Man Whos Hair Grew Black performed at Cardiff & Vale College from November 15-16, 2019.
The highly acclaimed ‘NATIVITY! THE MUSICAL’ is back for a third year on UK tour and the producers of the smash-hit show are thrilled to announce Dani Dyer returns for a second year to play Polly Parker at Wales Millennium Centre from 19-23 November 2019.
Loyalty, love, and London Gin! Mrs Peachum’s Guide to Love and Marriage has it all, plus the opportunity to grab a ticket for a single penny, only at Blackwood Miners’ Institute on Thursday November 21st!
Andy Howells reviews the thriller, The Girl on The train, which plays Cardiff’s New Theatre until November 16, 2019