Thomas Howells recently put questions to Nathan Palmer, a former player for Newport RFC, about his career in fashion design.
British based fashion designer Nathan Palmer is to launch his latest brand Perverse Demand at The Pavilion (Gallery), Penarth on November 2nd. In Autumn of 2014, Palmer introduced his brand and it’s been growing ever since. Showcasing at venues like Hensol Castle with crews of models including Matt Johnson and Shane Williams, Palmer has escalatedContinue reading “Perverse Demand in Penarth Fashion Launch For Nathan Palmer”
The Concept Players take to the stages of Abergavenny and Penarth this March with their presentation of the comedy musical Betty Blue Eyes.
American singer/songwriter Willy Porter will conclude his UK tour this autumn with a date at Penarth Acoustic Club on November 2.
The inimitable DR JOHN COOPER CLARKE will bring his ‘Luckiest Guy Alive’ Tour to Wales for two intimate shows during April 2019, at Penarth’s Paget Rooms and Monmouth’s Savoy Theatre.
After the success of their first production – Terry Pratchett’s The Truth – in August 2018, Peculiar Productions’ next play goes from fantasy to science with Tom Stoppard’s acclaimed comedy, Arcadia.
One of the leading UK rock bands that made their name in the 1980s, Big Country are set to make a return to South Wales. The Scottish band famed for their classic hits, Fields of Fire, In A Big Country, Chance, Wonderland, Look Away and The Teacher will play Penarth’s Paget Rooms on January 27.TheContinue reading “Big Country To Play Penarth Show”
The female lead of the recent Wales Millennium Centre success Tiger Bay – The Musical, Vikki Bebb, has been confirmed as one of the stars in The Spirit of Christmas concerts which will take place in Church of All Saints, Penarth (16 December), St Peter’s Church, Pentre in the Rhondda (17 December) and St JohnContinue reading “Tiger Bay Star Vikki Joins Spirit Of Christmas Concert Line-Up”
South Wales’ Theatre Company Concept Players, are set to return after the success of Evita and The Importance of Being Earnest to take their audiences back to the swinging 1960s.