buzz stage review
Welsh National Opera’s first large-scale new production after the pandemic has triggered debate. Directed by Lindy Hume, Buzz's James Ellis finds some interesting takes, yet fairly traditional at hear.
Priscilla is an all-out guffaw-fest, full of quips, one-liners and singalong/shake-your-ass numbers.
Wales’ leading opera company return with a safe-bet, classic production of The Barber Of Seville from 1986, writes James Ellis.
Cardiff Castle Events is doing all it can to bring live music and theatre back to the capital this summer, and Black RAT Productions opened proceedings with four performances of Pinocchio.
Sarah Bowdidge reviews a new animated online opera created during lockdown with the help of Royal Welsh College graduates.
The curtain-raiser to Wales Millennium Centre’s Cabaret season, if anyone could win over a tough sellout crowd it was Matt Tedford, playing Margaret Thatcher in this outstanding show.
This one-man show, by Shôn Dale-Jones and the latest production from National Theatre Wales, is wilfully strange in some ways but transmits simple messages: hope, joy, living in the moment, boldly making decisions without the worry of regretting them later on.
WELSH NATIONAL OPERA: ALICE’S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND | STAGE REVIEW Dyffryn Gardens, Vale Of Glamorgan , Fri 25 June A welcome return to live performance in Wales: how I’ve missed …