A weekly round-up of Wales' thriving arts scene introduced by Nicola Heywood Thomas. Includes reviews, reports and analysis from the worlds of Welsh theatre, dance, music, art, literature, cinema and film. Broadcast every Wednesday at 7pm.
Wed, 12 Mar 14
26 days remaining
On the day that West End and Broadway musical , Wicked , opens in Cardiff , Nicola Heywood Thomas gets a sneak preview of what’s involved as last minute preparations are made at the Wales Millennium Centre.
Wed, 5 Mar 14
19 days remaining
Nicola Heywood Thomas gets a sneak preview of a new production of the sixties classic – The Killing of Sister George. Mark Eager, conductor of the Welsh Sinfonia explains why he's running marathons to support the next generation of musicians. The Welsh Sinfonia will be performing on 22nd March in Gwyn Hall, Neath and 5th April in Dora Stoutzker Hall, Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Cardiff. A girl with a book is a one man play inspired by the story of Pakistani school girl Malala Yousafzai and Ruth McLees explains how art and science can work in harmony.
Thu, 20 Feb 14
6 days remaining
Nicola Heywood Thomas meets actor Kit Orten and Director Geinor Styles of "Tom - the story of Tom Jones"; a play which maps the early years of the singing legend. Welsh National opera's Fallen Women season is explored and there's live music from an Australian Soprano, whose grandfather was a cricketing legend
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