PLAYARK | EVENT PREVIEW NOW in its fourth year, the playARK Festival takes over the Wales Millennium Centre and […]
I’M WITH THE BAND | STAGE REVIEW The Welfare,Ystradgynlais Tues 17 Sep An English man, a Scottish man, […]
Have you ever sat in a theatre, watching a play, and thought to yourself, ‘I wonder what goes on behind the scenes?’ Well, with Michael Frayn’s Olivier and Evening Standard award-winning play Noises Off, you don’t have to wonder.
Now in its sixth year, Unity Festival is one of Europe’s largest inclusive arts festivals.
As with the book, the movie and now the stage show, Legally Blonde holds a deeper and more meaningful moral message based on the perils of stereotyping individuals based on appearance and social status. But if, like me, you missed that bit, it’s a well crafted, deliciously light piece of escapist entertainment for all ages to enjoy.
With a seasonal menu providing a fresh and exciting range of dishes, Ffresh Restaurant demands a return visit.
Having last seen him perform during the Cardiff Comedy Festival gala back in 2010, where he tested out new material on the audience, I was pleased to see parts had made the cut with some of it forming the basis of the show.
John Peel’s Shed isn’t really about John Peel’s Shed. But the fact of it is that the idol’s garden abode is indirectly responsible for what is, now, a wonderful evening’s entertainment.
We take a look around 1mile² ahead of their free community event this weekend
Its not often that a visit to the plush, welcoming interiors of the Welsh Millennium Centre leaves you feeling like you’ve been mercilessly dragged through a world of murderous gypsy clowns and mysterious magicians…