Frank Skinner told us that his return to the stand-up stage after a 7 year hiatus would reveal a more sophisticated and mature side, relying less on ‘filth’ than the mid 90’s Midlands lad
The last experience I had with family theatre was the local rugby clubs’ charity panto – written (crudely), directed (badly) and starring my dad and his hung-over rugby pals in drag. As much fun as it was, it was a long way away from the immersive and magical world of Maudie’s Rooms.
I’d come along for a taster session in silver jewellery making. I was going in blind – my only experience being threading beads onto a string and making rings from strands of grass when I was in Junior School.
In preparation for this unique interpretation of Dylan Thomas’ radio play Under Milk Wood I downloaded Richard Burton’s famous version, then continued to not listen to it.
The premiere of the Rite Of Spring, just over a century ago in Paris, famously caused a riot, though it’s never been entirely clear whether it was Stravinsky’s revolutionary modernist score or Nijinsky’s choreography which caused the punters to pummel each other.
Find out what’s going on in South Wales this week With Easter just around the corner, there are a number […]
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