Challenging, ambitious and imperfect, much like its titular heroine, you’d be hard-pressed to find Welsh mythology retold with as much vim and viscera as Branwen: Dadeni.
Utilita Arena Cardiff Presents BIG NIGHTS OUT
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Kelly Jones of Stereophonics' newest venture alongside Austin’s Patty Lynn and Dwight Baker of The Wind & The Wave, Far From Saints, is the same partnership which saw the cross-genre band support Tom Jones earlier this year. Also in Venue Cymru, Llandudno, Thurs 16 Nov; Brangwyn Hall, Swansea, Tue 28 Nov.
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A Brand NEW Learning Experience from Buzz
If you’re 16-30, live in Wales, and want to get ahead in the Creative and Cultural Industries, this could be what you’re looking for.
A gloriously light-hearted cheesfest of 80s nostalgia, I Should Be So Lucky will have you dancing in the aisles.
With memorable characters, and songs so catchy that we’re all singing along by the second chorus, Beyond The Blizzard is a show that’s a joy to be part of.
The King And I is a living testimony to how great stories can stand the test of time and still have something meaningful to say.
Watching this exuberant, colourful and warm-hearted musical, adapted from the movie series, is like stepping into the pages of a fairytale.
Hidden beneath the spotlight of their larger equivalents, small Welsh theatres play a vital but often overlooked role in their communities.
Splash Test Dummies at the MEMO Arts Centre
“It’s Baywatch meets the Three Stooges!”
Fresh from international waters, Australian circus-comedy specialists The Dummies are heading to the Memo with splish-splashing circus for half term fun!
Wed 1 Nov 2pm & 5:30pm & Thur 2 Nov 11am
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Moving into December and January, a roundup of theatre, pantos, concerts, festivals and more taking place in the Yuletide build-up and aftermath.
Three Penderyn Distillery staff – master blender Aista Phillips, distiller Bethan Lewis and general manager Laura Davies – discusspuncturing the spirit’s blokey image.
Customer-focused, friendly and good, The Red Lion in Bonvilston has been around for hundreds of years and will doubtless continue.
The Bwcabus debate in mid and west Wales has opened up a can of worms about the funding of public services. Julia Deli reports on the campaign, from the position of an involved party.
Post-pandemic, themed bars back with a vengeance, with two new conceptual venues arriving in Cardiff this month.