A review of The Importance of Being by Green Curtain Theatre as part of their In the Shadows or the Shelter, Irish in London Festival
A review of Just Above Dogs by Green Curtain Theatre, part of their Irish London Festival at The Lion and The Unicorn.
A brilliantly funny evening full of fabulous musings on the ups (but mainly downs) of McCaffrey's everyday life which engaged with the audience in a natural, conversational way.
Chocked full of pop-culture references, bad jokes and clever puns, Best Boy is a show that somehow manages to be completely ridiculous as well as impressively funny.
The Lonely Island meets Irish freestyle rapping.
The 'told the way it should be' newsreporter performed at Latitude, and guess what… he's still angry!
Do you love writing? Do you love fringe theatre? Then you're in luck! We're looking for a group of talented 13-25 year olds to review shows at Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Craig David, headlining last weekend at Southampton's Common People, was excellent. Seriously, he shut the whole place down.
A one woman show created and performed by Rachael Young
Dark humour playfully dances on the thin line between imagination and reality - Written by Peter Kenny
These two gals combined acrobatics, a goofy sense of humour, and the odd spinning plate to tell the semi-autobiographical story of their creative arts journey.
If you're looking for a show about autism, family issues, chocolate brownies, and worldwide travel, then look no further...
Artist: Anthony Rhys
Oriel Myrddin, Carmarthen 9/1/16 – 12/3/16
Exhibition: Watch my Garden Grow
Artist: Anne-Mie Melis
Oriel Mwldan, Cardigan 17/10/15 – 5/12/15
Sci-fi romance becomes an engaging puzzle game
I review the performance of three bands that I went to watch as part of my Silver Arts Award - it was the showcase I attended to choose the band that I wanted to play at my school.
Marvel may have just solved their stale superhero movie problem
A review of The live theatre show 'The Woman in Black' as part of its UK Tour.