30 Years and Still Rockin’ – Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story Returns To Cardiff’s New Theatre

On the back of an incredibly successful 30th year anniversary tour, smash hit rock & roll musical Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story returns to the New Theatre, Cardiff this week from Thursday 14 – Saturday 16 September.

“It is Still My Book, But it is Also Not – and That is Exciting” – Dame Susan Hill Discusses The Woman In Black

The Woman in Black arrives in Cardiff’s New Theatre from Monday 18 to Saturday 23 September as part of its UK Tour.

Temporary Closure of St David’s Hall to Take Place with Immediate Effect – Cardiff Council Statement

Statement from Cardiff Council regarding the temporary closure of St David’s Hall.

A Rip-Roaring Romp with Holmes & Watson as Comic Take on Hound of The Baskervilles Plays Newport’s Dolman Theatre

A three-hander performance of The Hound of The Baskervilles described by its director as “a rip-roaring romp around the Sherlock Holmes classic story” is to open the brand-new Newport Playgoers season on September 13.

Beethoven & Schumann To The Fore as Pianist Melvyn Tan Gives Recital in Abergavenny

Internationally acclaimed musician Melvyn Tan is to perform a classical piano recital at Abergavenny’s Borough Theatre on Tuesday 12 September at 7:30pm.

Q&A Screenings of The Martin Decker Show – Coming To A Venue Near You!

The fall and rise of a South Wales’ social media influencer is documented in a new comedy feature – set to be screened across South Wales (and Manchester) venues in coming weeks.

Dexys’ Bring the Feminine Divine to Cardiff’s St David’s Hall

Following the release of their highly anticipated new album The Feminine Divine, Dexys’ have announced a September 2023 UK and Ireland tour. The Feminine Divine Live! which see Dexys dramatically perform the new album from beginning to finale, followed by a selection of classics and hits (including plenty from Too Rye Ay). The Feminine DivineContinue reading “Dexys’ Bring the Feminine Divine to Cardiff’s St David’s Hall”

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