Cardiff’s first ever multi-artform venue, Chapter Arts Centre celebrates its 50th birthday on Monday April 5, 2021.
From award- winning writer Alun Saunders, Deaf & Fabulous Productions and Taking Flight Theatre comes Fow, a heartfelt, funny and entertaining drama rehearsed and recorded especially for online audiences. This trilingual piece by Saunders, (whose previous credits include Pobol Y Cwm and Best Playwright at the Wales Theatre Awards 2016 for A Good Clean Heart)isContinue reading “Fow – A New Trilingual Comedy Drama For Digital Audiences”
Andy Howells reviews The Picture of Dorian Gray based on Oscar Wilde’s original story by Henry Filloux-Bennett and directed by Tamara Harvey.
Award-winning Welsh Celtic indie-folk band Calan, are set to play a huge international online concert during which the band will transform a theatre stage into a living gallery of home life in Wales.
In March 2020, Chapter was due to host the UK premiere of documentary film Amber and Me, but when the pandemic hit its release was delayed. Chapter are now able to offer the film via their online streaming platform, the Chapter Player. Film Follows Challenges For Down’s Syndrome Girl In Mainstream Education Amber and MeContinue reading “Amber and Me Documentary Film to Premiere for Down’s Syndrome Day”
Welsh singer, John Owen-Jones is to celebrate his 50th Birthday with a special one-off concert to mark this milestone. Featuring some of John’s favourite songs with a 5-piece band.
A special song featuring a collective of established theatre performers has been released via YouTube to raise awareness and funds for Newport’s Dolman Theatre.
Whatever happened to young Frankie Abbott – the daydreaming mummy’s boy of Class 5C from the London Weekend Television comedy classic Please Sir! and later The Fenn Street Gang?
The winners of Theatr Iolo’s Young Playwright’s competition have had their plays read by professional actors and turned into audio plays to be released on March 11. The competition, which took place during summer 2020, was created by Theatr Iolo to provide a creative activity for children and young people whilst theatres were closed.
To celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8, Cardiff’s multi-artform contemporary arts venue, Chapter will join the Feminista Film Festival UK Tour 2021 with a virtual screening, in partnership with Modern Films.