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Don’t. Breathe. A word. A stage adaptation of an iconic horror story is Wales Millennium Centre’s newest production – arriving just in time for Halloween. PONTYPOOL is based on the cult horror story by Tony Burgess that turned the zombie genre on its head. Set originally in the Pontypool of Ontario, Canada, this new adaptation by Welsh writer Hefin […]

Aladdin, presented by Act 1 Theatre Group, transcended the boundaries of a typical theatrical performance to become a vibrant celebration of community spirit. The production skilfully blended musical genres, creating an engaging auditory experience by seamlessly weaving the magic of popular musicals with the familiarity of pop hits. Led by the talented Adrian Evans as […]

I’ve never laughed so much in a theatre: “Peter Pan Goes Wrong” From the very start, the Cornely Drama Society’s production of “Peter Pan Goes Wrong” whisked the audience away on a whimsical journey, leaving everyone in stitches. The pre-show antics, with an extension lead resembling a spaghetti bowl and a mysteriously missing hammer, set […]

★ FRIDAY 26TH JANUARY ★ NO.4 BAND NIGHT Featuring the bands… ★ Cripplecreek – An eclectic mix of influences ★ Mahouts – Some sort of voodoo Hard Rock ★ Bedface – An acoustic take on their indie sound Doors: 7pm £5 ADV / £7 OTD (Entry is 14+ with an adult) Tickets: ★ SATURDAY […]

Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World transcends the conventional bounds of a school trip, weaving a narrative tapestry that celebrates the resilience and achievements of extraordinary women throughout history. The protagonist, Jade Douglas (Played by swing Rachel Seirian) becomes a conduit for exploring the multifaceted experiences of adolescence, guided by iconic figures like Emmeline […]

This coming Friday at JACS in Aberdare, Puzzle Tree are playing with support from The Joker and The Situation. Puzzle Tree are a five-piece rock band with big riffs and bigger choruses! Specialising in a brand of rock that manages to mix a whole host of genres ranging from Prog, Symphonic and Alternative rock and metal that […]

The organisers of the prestigious LGBTQ+ short film festival based in Cardiff are pleased to announce today (15 January 2024) that submissions are open for the 18th edition of the Iris Prize LGBTQ+ Film Festival to be held Tuesday 8 October to Sunday 13 October 2024. The Iris Prize LGBTQ+ Film Festival is looking for excellent […]

The National Theatre and Wales Millennium Centre today announce the full cast for Nye as the company begins rehearsals.  The new play by Welsh playwright and screenwriter Tim Price (The Internet is Serious Business) is directed by Rufus Norris (London Road), and charts the life of Aneurin ‘Nye’ Bevan and his battle to create the […]

A Welsh insurance broker from Talbot Green who survived a near-death experience is among the contestants taking part in the new series of The Traitors which returns to BBC One Wednesday night with host Claudia Winkleman greeting 22 strangers at a castle in the Scottish Highlands, where they will hope to win £120,000. Among them […]

What better way to celebrate the 65th anniversary of the iconic Nos Galan Road Races than with not one, but TWO, Welsh sporting legends! Rugby’s Gareth Thomas and football’s Laura McAllister are the celebrity mystery runners for the 2023 event! The pair, among some of the most influential sporting and social figures in Welsh culture, will […]

🎭✨ WIN 2 TICKETS TO ‘PETER PAN GOES WRONG’! ✨🎭 Get ready for an evening of uproarious laughter and theatrical mayhem! We’re giving you the chance to win 2 tickets to see the hilarious West End smash hit, ‘Peter Pan Goes Wrong,’ presented by the creators of ‘The Play That Goes Wrong’ and ‘The Goes […]

Casting has been announced for Fantastically Great WomenWho Changed The World, which will be visiting Wales Millennium Centre from 17 – 21 January 2024 as part of a UK tour. Tickets for Fantastically Great Women Who Changesd TheWorld are on sale now: Remarkable – and often forgotten – women from history are lifted from […]

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