Andy Howells chats to actor, writer and broadcaster David Barry
Cardiff’s Sherman Theatre has launched EIGHT, a new digital series of short plays written by youngsters from South Wales. The eight monologues are personal reflections on the experience of 2020 and the situation caused by Covid-19.
Seren Howells takes time out to review Hijinx Theatre’s latest presentation, Metamorphosis, presented online via Green Man festivals 2020 event, Field of Streams.
Video conferencing has become an integral part of our lockdown lives and it is no different for Cardiff theatre company Hijinx.
It has been confirmed that Cardiff New Theatre’s annual Pantomime, a seasonal highlight for over 50,000 people each year and a regular traditional offering during the theatre’s 114 year history will not take place over the 2020/21 season.
Light, Ladd & Emberton’s revolutionary Disgo Distaw Owain Glyndŵr Silent Disco will be reimagined as a live Disgo Zoom Disco – an online lockdown special from home – as part of the Green Man Festival Field of Streams online on 22 August 2020.
Picture Special from the #lightitinred campaign.
Iconic buildings and venues across Wales will light up in red this evening (Tuesday 11th August 2020) as part of a UK-wide day of action highlighting the urgent government help the sector needs during the Covid-19 crisis.
This week’s Throwback Thursday takes a look at Neil Simon’s The Sunshine Boys which played Cardiff’s New Theatre between November 9 -20 1976 and starred Ryan Davies and Bill Owen. Neil Simon’s The Sunshine Boys follows an attempt by a theatrical agent to re-unite his elderly uncle, a former vaudeville star, with his long-time stageContinue reading “Throwback Thursday: The Sunshine Boys, New Theatre, Cardiff (November 1976)”
Kyle Legall, a Welsh artist from Butetown, Cardiff, has created an illustrated, digital graphic novel which brings accounts of the Cardiff race riots to life.