A fiery fusion of folk and classical music from Budapest Cafe Orchestra gripped audiences at Cardigan's Theatr Mwldan.
“There’re so many stereotypes about harp music – people are surprised by mine” – one to watch: CERYS HAFANA
Discover the unique journey of Cerys Hafana - a musical reinventor breaking boundaries, reimagining folk music with the triple harp.
Discover a vibrant lineup of LGBTQ+ Pride events in Wales from June onwards, including Pride Cymru, drag comedy cabaret, nature celebrations, disco parties, and more.
“I wrote this play for the Pijins of Wales, on the edges of society” – playwright BETHAN MARLOW on adapting Welsh YA novel
Hari Berrow talks to playwright Bethan Marlow about adapting cutting YA narrative Pijin ahead of Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru and Theatr Iolo’s co-production this month.
December and January traditionally offer jam-packed stage programmes, and Christmas 2022 going into the 2023 New Year season is no exception.
“It’s very much about men not talking about mental health” – director Gareth John Bale on one-man rugby play, CARWYN
Jamie Rees talks to the director of new play, Carwyn, which tells the unsung story of the coach who masterminded four victories against the All Blacks in the 70s.