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.
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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.
Touring Wales until Fri 26 May, Golygfeydd O’r Pla Du, a Welsh-language play that cleverly integrates English captioning, humor, and satire to offer an alternative narrative to Welsh stereotypes.
CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY musical in Cardiff: a mouthwatering and refreshingly inclusive treat
With stunning set design, enthralling use of technology, heartwarming performances and comically choreographed vignettes, James Brining's modern and inclusive take on Roald Dahl's classic story is the winning ticket.
A heartrending and intimate story of an ageing lesbian couple's enduring love, the award-winning Es & Flo is not to be missed in Cardiff Bay.
Theatrau Sir Gâr’s first in-house production Golygfeydd O’r Pla Du takes a side-swap of a subject not usually ripe for satire: medieval Wales in the time of the Black Death. Hari Berrow finds out more.
If you only see one piece of theatre this year, or even this decade, make it Finding Home: a heartbreaking, thought-provoking show about homelessness in the Welsh capital.
The King and I, the critically acclaimed musical has taken Cardiff by storm. With breathtaking performances, lavish sets and costumes, and a heartwarming story of love that transcends all barriers, this show is not to be missed.
The musical adaptation of The Bodyguard starring Melody Thornton and Ayden Callaghan arrives in Cardiff, full of incredible costumes and plenty of high notes.
“Adapting to survive is something rulers today struggle with” – actor Darren Lee on THE KING AND I’s continued relevance
American actor Darren Lee shares his experience playing the lead role of the King of Siam in Rodgers & Hammerstein's The King and I UK tour.
Thanks to a dynamic and multi-faceted career, Shea Coulee's electrifying performance at Cardiff's Lipstick Ball comes just when this Drag Race royalty is on the cusp of household name status.
Romeo & Juliet gets a contemporary twist in Splott at the Sherman Theatre. Here's what we made of its standout performances and moments.
With live music and mesmerising performances, this breathtaking fusion of contemporary ballet and Tswana dance in Dada Masilo's The Sacrifice at Wales Millennium Centre is not to be missed.
Back in Cardiff once more is the gritty and captivating Tony award-winning Jersey Boys musical, complete with moments of violence and fantastic music. Here's what we thought.
On a milestone anniversary, The Rocky Horror Show remains a genre-defying musical that is still filling theatres after half a century.
A funny and heart-felt blend of physical theatre and circus, The Rest of Our Lives stage show reflects on aging and expectations explored.
If you want to witness Gandalf in an orange gown, pretending to be at Fashion Week singing Right Said Fred’s I’m Too Sexy, you’ll be more than satisfied with Mother Goose at the WMC.
National Theatre Wales’ Joseph K And The Cost Of Living is an avant-garde adaptation of Kafka’s The Trial, exploring economic and socio-political instability in modern times.
Cŵm Rag: Homecoming is a hilarious and important bilingual show at Cabaret, WMC's new inclusive venue, featuring drag, burlesque, comedy, and theatre performances.
“My relationship with the audience is a continual negotiation” – Welsh theatre’s SHÔN DALE-JONES returns with conceptual play STILL FLOATING
Arch conceptualist of contemporary Welsh theatre Shôn Dale-Jones has a new show, Still Floating, which questions its own right to exist.
Tracey Collins' one-woman show, Bingo at Tiffany's, is a riotous blend of celebrity (mis)impersonation and real bingo with intentionally naff prizes.
“It’s queer anarchy and Valleys razzle dazzle!” – CŴM RAG on bringing bilingual cabaret & Welsh culture to London’s drag scene
LGBTQ+ drag performers Cŵm Rag discuss their Welsh roots, bilingual cabaret, and bringing their unique style to London's drag scene.
The Mousetrap, the world's longest-running play, is currently showing at Cardiff's New Theatre. Its strong performances and chilling score make for a compelling evening of theatre.
Welsh National Opera’s latest original work looks at Wales’ deep sense of tradition, with the tale of a south Wales choir on the rise.