Theatr Clwyd’s Artistic Director Tamara Harvey recently took time out to discuss the forthcoming production of The Picture of Dorian Gray with Andy Howells.
Its over 30 years since The Brand New Heavies’ debut album first strutted its way into the public eye with a winning funky formula that would go on to earn them 16 Top 40 hits and three million worldwide album sales, not to mention two UK Platinum album.
Casting has been confirmed for the highly anticipated online concert streaming of Treason, the exciting new musical drama based on the notorious gunpowder plot of 1605.
Fionn Whitehead, star of Dunkirk and Black Mirror, will take the title role in a new online adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s classic play The Picture of Dorian Gray, directed by Theatr Clwyd’s Artistic Director Tamara Harvey.
Drama training and performance relies so much on being together and responding to each other in a physical space – so how do we do that and share students’ work with our audiences when we can’t yet open our doors to the public?
Mike Peters of legendary Welsh rock band The Alarm’ Love Hope Strength Foundation (LHS) has announced their Love Hope Strength Big Night In, an evening of entertainment on February 4th, World Cancer Day.
If you want to combat lock down blues with laughter, Chapter Arts Centre have an antidote on offer with a stellar line-up for their next virtual comedy gig, hosted by Welsh comedian Robin Morgan.
A new series of online one-off concerts featuring top stars from the world of musical theatre has been announced by Lambert Jackson Productions. The Leave a Light On series commences this week and two of South Wales’ best musical theatre performers, Lauren Drew and Lucie Jones will be headlining their own performances.
MonLife Heritage Museums’ new Introduction to Art History course commences online on Monday January 18th at 7pm with tutor, Eleanor Bird MA (Oxon) for a series of ten art appreciation classes at 7pm for a one-hour lecture on Zoom. Participants do not have to be local to sign up – you can join in from wherever you are in the world from the comfort of your own home.
The National Theatre has announced the next two filmed productions that will be added to its new streaming service National Theatre at Home. The iconic and multi-award-winning production of War Horse, based on the novel by Michael Morpugo, will be available on demand for the first time since its premiere 13 years ago alongside the powerful 2018 production Julie with Vanessa Kirby in the title role.