Category: Film & Theatre

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Much Ado about Much Ado

There was Much Ado About Shakespeare at the Boulevard Showbar in Milford Haven last week when the Vision Theatre Company took its first crack at the Bard. This group is one of the newest...

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A Dream of a Ballet

  Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream is getting a sparkling reinterpretation courtesy of Ballet Cymru On 2 July Ballet Cymru returns to the Torch Theatre, Milford Haven, with its production of Dream, an new adaptation...

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A Visit from Ivor Novello’s Mum

The Torch Theatre in Milford Haven is staging a brand-new play, Novello & Son, written by Pembrokeshire’s Arnold Evans. It’s about Madame Clara Novello Davies (1861-1943), mother of Ivor Novello, the Welsh actor, singer...

The Bard Goes to Benidorm

    Vision Theatre Company is set to tackle Shakespeare this month – but, it says, Shakespeare as you’ve never seen it before. This innovative group has transplanted the Bard’s Much Ado About Nothing...

Three Great Plays in One Night

  I am so pleased that the Clarbeston Road Players are back in harness. I am not sure that this is the correct way to describe the return of a theatre company after the...

From Pembrokeshire to the West End

  Angharad Sanders, who runs Pembrokeshire-based Limelight School for Performing Arts, heads to the West End this week as guest musical director for two performances at critically acclaimed The Other Palace, current home of...

The Silent Star of Scam Takes a Bow

From the private premiere of Scam, a new film by local director Nick Swannell… There were deafening roars of approval from the capacity crowd at Theatr Gwaun last Saturday.  There’s something surreal about watching...

Tragedy of Judy Garland

  The word legend is frequently used to describe stars and celebrities – but few deserve the accolade more than Judy Garland. Vision Theatre Company is bringing the legend to life in Judy – The...

On This Night of a Thousand Stars…

Vision Arts’ production of Evita at Queens’s Hall, Narberth Vision Arts’ vision is to “bring the West End to Wales” and from the first beautifully executed chorus of Evita, it was clear that the...