Category - Culture

Culture

Review: Leviathan, Sherman Theatre

From its humble beginnings in 2004, Òran Mór’s a Play, a Pie & a Pint series has enjoyed massive success the world over, and it’s easy to see why...

Culture

Review: Man To Man, Weston Studio.

A sense of self and individual identity is something that all of us take for granted. But what would happen if this was suddenly taken away? In the fight for...

Culture

Review: GRAV, Sherman Theatre

Minutes before the play began, I walked into the Sherman theatre finding myself in the pleasant surroundings of a few dozen people who, like myself were all...

Culture

Performance in Review: Translations

The Act One production of Translations was hosted at Llanover Hall, Canton, not far from student darling Chapter, in the cold evenings of mid-March. The...

Culture

Centenary Of The Christmas Truce

 
As Winter draws to a close, we look back over the past year which saw some wonderful commemorative events to mark the centenary of WWI. December 2014...

Culture

Theatre Review: Arabian Nights

Unlike the other pantomimes which are dominantly shown this time of year, Arabian Nights offers something different as it is interesting for both children and...

Culture

Book Review: FOREVER BUTT

The first issue of BUTT was published in 2001, but it wasn’t until 2006 when the BUTT BOOK was published and became a bestseller that the magazine solidified...

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Review: Beauty and the Beast

Ballet Cymru’s adaptation of the classic fairy-tale hit Riverfront Theatre, boasted a packed audience and outstanding cast and is a must see for anyone...

Culture

Lord of The Flies

Matthew Bourne’s direction returns to the Cardiff Stage with his adaptation of Lord of the Flies. This adaptation of William Golding’s 1954 classic...

Culture

Looking for a Laugh?

Cardiff is a really funny place, and there are some great comedians coming to visit.
Following an extremely successful career, including a sold out 5 night run...

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Review: Educating Ronnie

White water rafting, volunteering in communities, safaris and travelling thousands of miles for an eye opening experience before adulthood are all on the list...

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Review: Romeo and Juliet

Sherman Cymru’s first production with Rachel O’Riordan at the helm presents a rough and edgy adaptation of a Shakespearean classic.
This October saw the...

Culture

Agent 160- Interview with Lisa Parry

Agent 160 is a writer-led all female theatre company. Taking their name from Aphra Benn, a female playwright/spy (Agent 160 was her codename). We spoke to Lisa...

Culture

Twenty Years of Glee!

The comedy scene in Cardiff is growing in leaps and bounds, and the city‘s got quite a few places to thank for the rise of this new trend. One of them’s...

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