Review: Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff

Thomas Howells visits Wales Millennium Centre for his first experience of Willy Russell’s classic musical Blood Brothers.

Review: Death Drop: Back In The Habit, New Theatre, Cardiff

Seren Howells gets back in the habit of reviewing some of her favourite drag stars in an utterly fabulous new comedy at Cardiff’s New Theatre.

Christmas at Bute Park Light Trail Shines Brighter For Second Year In Cardiff

Christmas 2022 is officially underway in Wales after its premier festive lights trail opened its doors to the public for a second year, with a host of new sights in tow.

Review: The Nutcracker, Cardiff Castle Christmas Festival, Cardiff

Andy Howells reviews the first presentation of Cardiff Castle Christmas Festival, A welsh twist on the classic ballet, The Nutcracker.

Call The Midwife Star Helen George Makes A Date With The King And I at Cardiff’s New Theatre

Helen George, known to millions for the past decade as Trixie in the hit BBC One series Call The Midwife, will star as Anna Leonowens in a major new UK tour of the beloved Rodgers and Hammerstein musical The King and I. The production will come to Cardiff’s New Theatre in April 2023.

Adult Christmas Cabaret With The Lion, The B!tch and The Wardrobe at Wales Millennium Centre

A salacious queer Christmas cabaret retells a classic tale from the team that created XXXmas Carol at Wales Millennium Centre from December 8-31, 2022.

Where To See Slade In Cardiff During Christmas 2022

70s Glam-rockers Slade will return to Cardiff’s Tramshed this Christmas with their unique blend of perfect pop rock’n’roll, outrageous flamboyance and pure fun, and no less than 23 Top-20 singles of which 6 were No-1 smash hits.

Get Online with Your Cat Pictures As Calan Play Welsh Homecoming Dates

When award-winning Welsh neo-folk band Calan play a series of three Welsh homecoming live shows at Aberystwyth Arts Centre (on 24th November), Ponterdawe Arts Centre (on 25th November) and Cardiff Welsh College of Music & Drama (on 1st December), lead singer Bethan Rhiannon’s pet cat Chelsea will be dancing with her. And you can get in on the action too.

“You Really End Up Caring About The Person You’re Playing” – Jeremy Lloyd on Being Harry Secombe in Spike at Cardiff’s New Theatre

In the second part of our interview with Jeremy, the actor discusses his theatre career and gives further insight into recreating The Goons on stage with Andy Howells.

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