Step into a world of glamour and resilience with 42nd Street musical revival at the WMC, featuring Steps' Faye Tozer, and Les Dennis.
The best seat in the house for What’s On Stage, tours and events in Wales’ theatre scene…
A high-energy opening and technical mishaps create a mixed experience for drag fans at MODE's sequel show in Cardiff.
Based on true events, Bitcoin Boi is a play that blends fantasy and family drama, exploring crypto, virtual wealth, and the meaning of money.
Embark on a crypto quest with Bitcoin Boi at Newport's Riverfront theatre and uncover the allure and risks of cryptocurrency as two women chase prosperity.
NTW’s KIDSTOWN creators on creating an adult-free world: “a place for children to come after a year of being tested”
NTW, Nigel Barrett and Louise Mari invite you to immerse your children in the Kidstown, a unique theatrical experience where creativity thrives and adults aren't welcome.
Beyond The Border is an experience any other. With the festival a biannual offering, should you make plans to go in 2025? Categorically yes.
Discover how Duke Al, part of the Anti-Racism Storytelling Pathways team, empowers communities through storytelling at the 30th anniversary of Beyond The Border festival.
From rewilding dances to enchanting tales to Whitney Houston and more, here's what's on in the theatre this July across Wales.
In the first of a series of Beyond The Border interviews, Michael Harvey delves into his performance - bringing diverse tales from Wales to Québec - at the 30th anniversary of the literary festival.
Featuring captivating performances, brassy Broadway vibes, and the iconic Miss Hannigan, Annie as as good a musical as ever at the WMC.
As the West End production of Annie prepares to grace Cardiff this month, Amy Wild spoke with Strictly star Craig Revel Horwood about his experience playing its iconic character Miss Hannigan.
For the Welsh National Opera's Candide, it takes an American to truly get this show and the whole musical offering shimmered with bite and glee.
Expect manic, madcap political farce from Tony! [The Tony Blair Rock Opera] – a hilarious saga of ambition, religion, war and power, playing at Cardiff's New Theatre.
“Tony Blair and Macbeth are victims of hubris” – writer STEVE BROWN on his political anti-musical TONY!
The time has come to, as they say, bring back Blair. No, wait! In the form of a song-based theatrical satire. Ahead of Tony! [The Tony Blair Rock Opera]’s run …
Explore the best stage shows in Wales and Bristol this June, from the modern adaptation of Anna Karenina to the immersive 1920s experience of The Great Gatsby.
The vibrant world of Bikini Bottom comes to Cardiff in the form of the The Spongebob Musical. Expect bright colours and a jukebox of pop hits at Wales Millennium Centre.
DRAG RACE UK winner DANNY BEARD: “People want to spout hate and punch down. I’m all about punching up”
Drag Race UK winner Danny Beard on their Cardiff tour date, advocating for drag as an artform and their journey of triumph and talent.
From Drag Race to the West End, Divina de Campo's journey continues taking her to diverse places: including under the sea for the SpongeBob musical in Cardiff Bay.
An enchanting double bill by Welsh National Youth Opera - The Pied Piper of Hamelin and The Crab That Played With The Sea - spotlights talented young voices and captivating performances.
The Ocean at the End of the Lane is a blockbuster stage adaptation of Neil Gaiman's book filled with magic, grief, and unforgettable performances.
Blackeyed Theatre's stage adaptation of Sherlock Holmes: The Valley of Fear is a heavily dialogue-driven play. Does this make it too much of challenge for dedicated fans, or a slow-burn cerebral affair?
Discover the soulful journey of hard-up Irish misfits chasing their dreams in The Commitments on stage in Cardiff Bay, filled with heartfelt music and poignant moments amidst a cost of living crisis.
Stunning performances, a captivating storyline, and star-studded cast will leave you on the edge of your seat in Peter James' Wish You Were Dead, the theatrical crime thriller at New Theatre, Cardiff.
An emotional turmoil of a show, Titanic The Musical left the New Theatre's audience silent as they tuned in to this historical retelling of the widely known tragedy.