RachelWilliams

A DOLL’S HOUSE | STAGE REVIEW

Inspired by a real event, A Doll’s House is the same powerhouse classic as it was in 1879.

 RachelWilliams

SALOME | STAGE REVIEW

It’s not difficult to see why silent films have undergone something of a revival in recent times…

 RachelWilliams

CLYTEMNESTRA | STAGE PREVIEW

A highly controversial character in Greek mythology, Clytemnestra is at once a wronged wife and victim, an adulteress, distraught mother and murderer.

 RachelWilliams

WASTED | STAGE REVIEW

Wasted is the debut play by Kate Tempest, writer and performance poet currently taking hip-hop and performance poetry scenes by storm.

 RachelWilliams

BARFLIES | STAGE REVIEW

Is it possible to live a fulfilled, spiritual life sitting blind drunk on a bar stool? Based on three short stories by American writer Charles Bukowski, Barflies offers a poetic and sometimes magical look at the tragic lives of those at the bottom of the barrel.

 RachelWilliams

A PROVINCIAL LIFE | STAGE REVIEW

A Provincial Life sees the return of National Theatre Wales for their latest round of productions. Staged in the newly refurbished Sherman Cymru, it is written and directed by acclaimed director Peter Gill, who returns to his native city after a glittering career spanning half a century.