Cardiff Theatre News and Reviews

Monty Python's Spamalot embarks on new UK tour in 2015
By Editorial Staff · 21 Jul 2014 · Nationwide

The new production is directed by Christopher Luscombe and stars Bonnie Langford, Todd Carty and Joe Pasquale

Fun Palaces festival marks Joan Littlewood's 100th birthday
By Theo Bosanquet · 18 Jul 2014 · International

The festival will see over 100 venues and organisations offering a range of free events celebrating art and science

Country or town - which makes for more radical theatre?
By Natasha Tripney · 17 Jul 2014 · Nationwide

Why rural theatre can be just as innovative as its urban cousin

Guest Blog: Theatres need to wise up to their customers
By Clive Humby · 15 Jul 2014 · Nationwide

Clive Humby, who pioneered the Tesco Clubcard, believes theatre needs to catch up with other industries in order to reach vital new audiences

Stones in His Pockets returns for UK tour
By Editorial Staff · 10 Jul 2014 · Nationwide

The comedy centres on the impact of a Hollywood film crew on a small Irish town

Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf (Bath Theatre Royal)
By Kris Hallett · 27 Jun 2014 · Bath

Who's AfraId Of Virginia Woolf is a bruising masterpiece given thrilling life in Adrian Noble's production by Clare Higgins and Tim Pigott-Smith.

Tonight's The Night (Bristol Hippodrome- Tour)
By Hannah Sweetnam · 25 Jun 2014 · Bristol

Tonight's The Night recovers from a slow start to become a fun evening out at Bristol Hippodrome.

World Cup Final 1966 (Bristol Old Vic)
By Kris Hallett · 22 Jun 2014 · Bristol

World Cup Final 1966 is a fun, playful and deliberately silly show that could do with a more ruthless streak in front of goal to gain all 3 points.

Singin' in the Rain (Tour - Plymouth
By Karen Bussell · 21 Jun 2014 · Plymouth

Karen Bussell finds Singin' in the Rain a truly immersive experience.

The Kindness of Strangers (Theatre Royal, Plymouth)
By Karen Bussell · 20 Jun 2014 · Plymouth

curious directive's The Kindness of Strangers , a play about the changing nature of the NHS is winningly worthy, and with an audience of just five at a time, is clearly not a commercial venture.