Part satire, part CV, Can I Have A Job Please? is witty, sharp and relevant.
The highlight of Blysh festival, Bourgeois and Maurice dominated a bewildered audience.
‘Beautifully understated but a little directionless’: a review of Mimbre’s Until Now
Cardiff’s veteran theatre company revives a remarkable piece of theatre.
National Theatre Wales’ latest show is a triumph; a magical realist excursion that transcends time and space.
Hannah-Marie Williams dishes up the goods with another gorgeous shoot in a glade, elsewhere.
Young theatre company WLTM good writer for new full-length play.
The star of The Devil Inside Him is an Olivier-award-winning actor with an understated charm and a penchant for playing troubled teens.
“As with any showcase of new writers, there’s a hit-and-miss element to Chapter’s Script Slam.”
Emilie Layla Lovaine takes stunning photos.