On November 17, the red carpet will be rolled out at Wales Millennium Centre for Movie MixTape: Songs from The Silver Screen, featuring the most iconic songs made famous by films. Hollywood blockbuster songs and Oscar-winning melodies of the silver screen from Disney to Moulin Rouge, Dirty Dancing to The Greatest Showman and many moreContinue reading “Talking Music: Stage Star, Noel Sullivan Discusses Movie MixTape at Wales Millennium Centre”
Newport Playgoers season continues this week at Newport’s Dolman Theatre with Ladies in Lavender, an evocative, heart-warming story of unfulfilled dreams and unrequited love.
Andy Howells reviews Ballet Cymru’s presentation Three Works which premiered at Newport’s Riverfront theatre on November 8, 2019.
If it’s non-stop laughter you’re after, then book your seats for Aladdin, this years’ fun-packed pantomime at The Met, Abertillery from 22nd November to 1st December!
Andy Howells talks to author Lars Lampheter (Dr Peter Marshall) about his new book, The Great Memory Show of 1943.
Andy Howells reviews Black Rat Productions presentation of ART at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama’s Richard Burton Theatre starring Richard Tunley, Gareth J Bale & Keiron Self.
Singer/songwriter and former Stranglers front man Hugh Cornwell brings his Electric The Monster Tour to Swansea on November 30.
The celebrated, writer, broadcaster and BBC 6 Music ‘Poet in Residence’ broadcaster Murray Lachlan Young is bringing his hilarious family show The Mystery of the Raddlesham Mumps to Abergavenny’s Borough Theatre on Saturday 9 November.
To coincide with Remembrance Sunday, singer and actress Rosamund Shelley along with piano accompanist Gavin Roberts will be presenting a recital of War Songs at Chepstow’s Drill Hall on November 10 at 7.30pm
Rachel Howells reviews Mischief Theatre’s latest slapstick stage tour, Peter Pan Goes Wrong.