Back in May, our Throwback Thursday feature paid tribute to music legend Little Richard who supported the Everly Brothers at their Cardiff show on October 6, 1963.
Andy Howells chats to actor, writer and broadcaster David Barry
This week’s Throwback Thursday recalls The Who’s 1966 gig at Coed eva Community College, Cwmbran with support from The Pieces of Mind and The Right of Man.
Thanks go to Alan Smith in Newport for sending an image through of a fabulous poster of a South Wales rock n roll event right at the beginning of the 1960s!
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)”
Andy Howells travels back to June 22 1963.when The Beatles played their only gig at Abergavenny Town Hall with support from The Fabulous Fortunes.
This weeks Throwback Thursday looks at the UK’s most celebrated comedy act, the legendary Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise and their long association with Cardiff’s New Theatre.
This weeks Throwback Thursday is a short time travel to June 4, 2017 when American singer/songwriter Anastacia brought her Ultimate Collection tour to Cardiff’s St David’s Hall with support from British singer/songwriter Chloe Reynolds.
Today’s Throwback Thursday travels back to 2013 and the sixth Abertillery Blues Festival.
A bit of a different Throwback Thursday this week to the enormous world of theatre, music and performance. In this case, I am not quite certain who I’m throwing back to, except that the lady in question appears to have been a stage actress or dancer.