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South Wales

  • The Borrowers at the Sherman - Kirsten Mcternan
    Theatre

    The Borrowers at the Sherman Theatre

    Christmas at the Sherman Theatre has become a family tradition since we moved back to South Wales. With growing popularity for productions creating inner magic for young audiences, last year I learned the…

  • Story time with Father Christmas at Hamley's
    Review

    Meet Father Christmas at Hamleys Cardiff

    This is something to hold onto. The absolute magic that only Santa Claus can create. Those two little boys are mine. They couldn’t get close enough to the magic. Meeting Father…

  • The signature collection Classic at McDonald's
    Food

    What’s happened to McDonald’s?

    My children love McDonald’s, it’s their idea of a treat. One which they save up for through good behaviour – you can imagine how difficult that might be for five-year old…

  • Some People Talk About Violence
    Theatre

    Some People Talk About Violence at The Other Room

    The penultimate production in The Other Room‘s Autumn/ Winter curated season is Barrel Organ Theatre‘s Some People Talk About Violence. A touring company from the West Midlands welcomed to Cardiff’s pub…

  • Love, Lies & Taxidermy
    Theatre

    Love, Lies and Taxidermy at the Sherman

    Love, Lies and Taxidermy has been touring the country since July. A co-production between Paines Plough, Sherman Theatre and Theatr Clwyd, finally welcomed to Cardiff. It feels slightly odd to see a…

  • Blackbird Credit: Kirsten McTernan
    Review, South Wales, Theatre

    Blackbird at The Other Room

    David Harrower’s Blackbird is hard-hitting. There’s no doubting, regardless of interpretation, that you will leave with more questions focused on the core of your morals and potentially the justice system. Blackbird…

  • Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons
    Review, Theatre

    Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons

    Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons arrived in Cardiff to live up to the hype of being one of the hits of this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The opportunity was eagerly met. Welcomed to…