Look back on a month of great music and theatre shows from October 2022 with Entertainment South Wales.
Freyja Elsy is an independent songwriter and composer who produces layered, striking music from her home studio in Cardiff. Incorporating both pop technique and classical influence under her own momentum and direction, she has already released two well received singles – ‘Lungs’ in April 2021 and ‘Requiem’ in May 2022. Her third single ‘Golden Hour’ encapsulates the nervous joy that comes with change and seeking the strength and bravery to take a different path.
Rachel Howells reviews Fisherman’s Friends The Musical which plays Cardiff’s New Theatre until October 25.
Meet The Guilty Rascals! Drawing comparisons to Green Day and Blink-182, the band have been delighting audiences across South Wales with their rock ‘n’ punk vibes for several years.
As the world premiere production of Fisherman’s Friends:The Musical arrives at Cardiff’s New Theatre this week as part of its UK & Ireland tour, director James Grieve promises audiences are in store for “a feel-good, foot-stomping, sea shanty musical telling the astonishing story of the world’s least likely boyband”.
A gala evening of comedy, featuring some of the hottest Welsh comedy talent in existence will take place at Wales Millennium Centre’s Donald Gordon theatre this weekend. Little Wander (founders of Machynlleth & Aberystwyth Comedy Festivals) will present an evening of laughs with some of Wales’ finest comics including Mike Bubbins, Kiri Pritchard-McLean, Tudur Owen,Continue reading “An Evening of Laughter at The Best of Wales Comedy Gala”
Andy Howells reviews the American singer/songwriter’s Vonda Shepard’s Greatest Hits tour at the beautiful St George’s venue in Bristol
Andy Howells reviews the second play of Newport Playgoers Society’s 2022-23 season, Patrick Hamilton’s Gaslight.
Rebecca Royall reviews the stage adaptation of the JB Priestley classic, An Inspector Calls at Cardiff’s New Theatre.
Thomas Howells reviews The Color Purple at Wales Millennium Centre.