A gloriously light-hearted cheesfest of 80s nostalgia, I Should Be So Lucky will have you dancing in the aisles.
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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.
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.
A wreath of plays, pantos and more festive theatre kicks off almost two months in advance of Christmas itself - and we've rounded up the very best!
Hidden beneath the spotlight of their larger equivalents, small Welsh theatres play a vital but often overlooked role in their communities.
Tracy Ann Oberman brings depth to Shakespeare's Shylock in a haunting portrayal of The Merchant of Venice 1936 in 1930s London.
With a new star, Everybody's Talking About Jamie is back in Cardiff Bay, where everyone is indeed still talking about it - especially repeat audiences.
Unmasking the surreal: Manon Steffan Ros & Steffan Donnelly on first Welsh translation of Ionesco’s RHINOCEROS
Discover the surreal world of Rhinoceros as Manon Steffan Ros and Steffan Donnelly share insights into the play's modern relevance and transformation.
A cerebral and entertaining piece of theatre, Quiz gets to the real heart of the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? coughing scandal.
Life Of Pi's superb puppet artistry, incredible performances and stunning sets make if beautiful theatre, whether you believe it's truth or not.
Housemates, a collaboration between the Sherman and inclusive theatre company Hijinx, tells the tale of how one Cardiff student house became the epicentre of a social care revolution.
Primarily aimed at children though it may be, Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain has a deliciously subversive satirical streak disguised behind the silliness.
Al Murray's King Charles II steals the show in The Crown Jewels at New Theatre, a riotous romp through Restoration England.
Explore the vibrant world of Welsh theatre this autumn, from reconstituted classics to quirky originals.
A lavish revival of La Traviata by Welsh National Opera, currently at the WMC, fully use of the grandeur of Verdi's timeless opera.
“If you enjoy a story in this book, tell it” – DANIEL MORDEN on new folklore collection, STRANGE TALES
Strange Tales, the latest collection from Daniel Morden, is made up of stories from folklore across the globe. As he tells Hari Berrow, he hopes they'll something for old and young alike.
Enter the spine-tingling world of The Woman In Black at Cardiff's New Theatre, an eerie stage classic.
A powerful fusion of love, war, and flamenco come to vibrant life in Spanish opera Ainadamar by Welsh National Opera.
The enchanting world of Circo Rum Ba Ba's L’Hotel in Cardigan will make all your running away with the circus dreams come true.
“I feel I need to impress Cardiff – maybe I’ll do a handstand” – RICHARD COLES, from vicar to national trinket
Ahead of his first-ever UK tour, Borderline National Trinket, Richard Coles opens up about sexuality, being mistaken for a member of The Housemartins, and his love for village gossip.
“Fuck me gently with a chainsaw…” Heathers The Musical – based on the cult 1989 film starring Winona Ryder and Christian Slater – is back in Cardiff’s Wales Millennium Centre.
Ttap-dancing magic and Broadway nostalgia come to the WMC in 42nd Street, a dazzling musical journey through dreams and dancing feet.