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Art Across The City 2015 opens onSaturday 21st March with a range of 15 contemporary artworks in public spaces across the city. These include new commissions by David Cushway,Graham Dolphin, Colin Priest, Emily Speed and Michael Stumpf.
Stand up comedians perfrom at Comedy Shed night, The Riverfront.
RWCMD relaxed session in the foyer is the must-be place for jazz fans in Cardiff at Friday teatime. Paula Gardiner presents some of the most exciting young jazz musicians on the scene.
A spectacular exhibition and exciting events programme celebrating the power of flowers in contemporary art.
We're off to see the Wizard…
This half term Orbit Theatre, Wales' no.1 amateur company, is on a journey down the yellow brick road to meet the wonderful Wizard of Oz.
Gypsy Fire’s brand new ‘Acoustic Spectacular’ theatre show, propels you on a fabulous musical journey through style and time.
The outstanding champion of period music, Rachel Podger joins Sinfonia Cymru for a programme that showcases the Baroque period and its many guises.
On display, a combination of dazzling flamboyance and disarming simplicity. Whilst Bach and Vivaldi require little introduction, don’t underestimate the virtuosity and brilliance of their contemporaries Purcell, Fux and Telemann. Audiences back then didn’t!
The Big Splash Festival will return to the centre of Newport on 29 - 31 May 2015.
/ MUSIC / CIRCUS / STREET THEATRE / DANCE / COMEDY / SUNSET SPECTACULAR /
Join Edward Hancock (One Man Two Guvnors) as the effervescent, aristocratic fool Bertie Wooster andJason Thorpe (What the Butler Saw, Primeval) as his dutiful valet Jeeves, with Chris Ryan (The Young Ones,Absolutely Fabulous) as Seppings in this hilarious new production. Layering joy on joy, joke on joke, Jeeves and Wooster is a delightful evening of theatrical absurdity featuring P.G Wodehouse's iconic double act.
The Bodyguard, the award-winning musical based on the blockbuster film, is heading to the Centre, starring three-time Brit nominee and X-Factor winner,Alexandra Burke^ as Rachel Marron.
Lower Machen Festival takes on an international flavour this year with a series of themed concerts celebrating many distinguished composers, soloists and ensembles.
Hijinx Unity Festival 2015 is a celebration of the best inclusive and disability art from around the world, from 1-5 July. For the full festival programme, including details of a Family Weekend of free performances in Cardiff City Centre, see hijinxunity.org.uk.
Carlos Acosta, the world's favourite dancer, returns to the Centre with his most personal work to date, On Before.
As refreshing and thrilling as the day it was written, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! is the original feel-good musical.
Celebrating the vigour of America’s pioneering spirit with classic tunes and boot-stomping dances, we follow rugged cowboy Curly (Ashley Day) and the girl of his dreams, Laurey (Charlotte Wakefield), as they travel down love’s highway on an extremely bumpy surrey ride.
Featuring a live orchestra and overflowing with well known songs like I’m Just a Girl Who Cain’t Say No and the rousing title song, this brand new production from the award-winning producers of The King & I and Fiddler on the Roofbrings its audience romance, excitement and a score filled with sunshine.
With Belinda Lang as Aunt Eller and Gary Wilmot as Ali Hakim.
Music by RICHARD RODGERS
Book and Lyrics by OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II
Based on the play ´Green Grow the Lilacs´ By Lynn Riggs
Original Dances by Agnes de Mille
Presented through special arrangement with R&H Theatricals Europe