An Interview with Des George, winner of the Best Promoter, Rural Touring Awards.

Photographic credits Keith Morris www.artswebwales.com Hi Des great to meet you, can you give our readers some background information on yourself please? Hi my name is Des and I am based at Neuadd Dyfi a venue in West Wales. The venue you support is called Neuadd Dyfi and is in West Wales. how is the … Continue reading An Interview with Des George, winner of the Best Promoter, Rural Touring Awards.

Review, The Rest of Our Lives, Jo Fong & George Orange, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, By Hannah Goslin

I’m going to begin this review with a very strong opening. A strong, and 100% deserved opening: If there is one thing you do this year, it’s go and see The Rest of Our Lives. The Rest of Our Lives is a post-pandemic show in some respects but it isn’t about the pandemic. It is … Continue reading Review, The Rest of Our Lives, Jo Fong & George Orange, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, By Hannah Goslin

Review George Fu/MIIN-BODY TO BODY St Martin in the Fields/The Place by James Ellis

George Fu  MIIN-BODY TO BODY In the ever brilliant concerts at St Martin in the Field, pianist George Fu gave a dizzying recital leaving a huge impact on the afternoon audience. His love for Chopin leaked over the entire programme, with Mazurkas, a Ballade and even an encore from the Polish composer. My thoughts on … Continue reading Review George Fu/MIIN-BODY TO BODY St Martin in the Fields/The Place by James Ellis

Review George’s Marvellous Medicine, The New Theatre, Cardiff by Sarah Debnam

This year marks the 100th Birthday of the literary legend Roald Dahl but I’m sure you knew that already? If you live anywhere near Cardiff you would have seen the spectacular celebrations across the City Centre from National Theatre Wales and if not there would have been something nearby to mark the event no doubt. … Continue reading Review George’s Marvellous Medicine, The New Theatre, Cardiff by Sarah Debnam

An Interview with Sam Pullan Nominee for Young Person of the Year, National Rural Touring Awards 2019.

Hi Sam great to meet you, can you give our readers some background information on yourself please? I am a 15-year-old who is very interested in the technical side of theatre. I do a lot in the hall which is closest to me which is Neuadd Dyfi in Aberdyfi . I help out with all … Continue reading An Interview with Sam Pullan Nominee for Young Person of the Year, National Rural Touring Awards 2019.

Dance and Audiences at Neuadd Dyfi with Sarah Verity

Hi Sarah great to meet you, can you give our readers some background information on yourself please? I have been dancing since the age of 3 and have trained in many dance styles such as ballet, modern, jazz, street dance, freestyle and Cheerleading. I completed the IDTA Dance Teaching Diploma in Freestyle and Modern Jazz with Distinction … Continue reading Dance and Audiences at Neuadd Dyfi with Sarah Verity

“I truly believe it is an exciting time of positive change.” An Interview with Rebecca Jade Hamond.

In our latest Playwright interview Director of Get The Chance Guy O’Donnell chats to Welsh Playwright and Director of Chippy Lane Productions Ltd, Rebecca Jade Hammond. Rebecca discusses her career to date, her latest play Right Where We Left Us and her thoughts on opportunities for Playwrights in Wales. Hi Rebecca, great to meet you, … Continue reading “I truly believe it is an exciting time of positive change.” An Interview with Rebecca Jade Hamond.

Review, Peppa Pig: My First Concert, London Coliseum by Hannah Goslin

I cannot help but think how lucky some children are to experience theatre like the work that is put on currently across the UK. While independent and fringe theatre is also fantastical and amazing, something about changing a well loved children’s classic and adapting into something new just adds to the wonderful experiences that children … Continue reading Review, Peppa Pig: My First Concert, London Coliseum by Hannah Goslin

REVIEW Northern Ballet: The Great Gatsby, New Theatre by Barbara Hughes-Moore

Hailed as ‘The Great American Novel’, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby is an iconic tale of decadence, death and desire. It epitomized the feel of the Roaring Twenties like nothing else: an era of flappers, libertines and bright young things, where ‘anything goes’ wasn’t just a phrase but a state of mind. The story … Continue reading REVIEW Northern Ballet: The Great Gatsby, New Theatre by Barbara Hughes-Moore

PREVIEW Northern Ballet: The Great Gatsby at the New Theatre, Cardiff

You are cordially invited to the most fabulous party in town. Northern Ballet, the UK’s widest touring ballet company, is renowned for its innovative, iconic reimaginings of classic tales – Cleopatra, Beauty and the Beast, and Jane Eyre to name but a few – and now their sensational production of The Great Gatsby, which opens … Continue reading PREVIEW Northern Ballet: The Great Gatsby at the New Theatre, Cardiff