You might already know how much we adored Flowers, so I was really excited to catch Flours at Chapter Arts. With a huge focus on the female form and turmoil, I was very excited to see what may or may not evolve… Review: Flours at Chapter Arts I attended the performance with Nanny Kim, writer at Brummie Gal in Cardiff and I have to say from the off, we aren’t huge fans of the new…

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Despite my horrid cold last night we managed to get ourselves down to New Theatre to review Cirque Berserk. Circus is a part of George and Molly’s lives as they’ve been attending regular classes at NoFitState for nearly 2 years. Review: Cirque Berserk at New Theatre, Cardiff We first saw them last year at Wales Millennium Centre, so I was keen for us to catch them again and see what changes they’d made to their…

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Last night Warren and I were invited to review War Horse at Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay. I have been intrigued by this stage adaptation for a very long time, Nanny Kim is a massive fan, so it was about time we joined the club! War Horse at Wales Millennium Centre Review War Horse focuses on the relationship between Joey, a spirited horse, and Albert, a young boy growing up on a farm with…

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On Saturday Cardiff Open Air Theatre presented Sing-a-Long The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Warren and I were so excited, we love Rocky Horror so we were geared up to have a good sing-song. The night was hosted by a very funny compère. We literally didn’t stop laughing, each time she came on stage she was quick witted and extremely engaging with the audience. There was a lovely fancy dress segment where we were able to check…

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  Last week Festival of Voice Wales  kicked off in Cardiff and it was an honour to have been invited to their opening night celebrations at Wales Millennium Centre on Thursday. I attended with a lovely friend and we had a really pleasant evening listening to several speeches and watching performances… Festival of Voice: Week 1 The opening night was really joyous, and I managed to learn a lot about the ever evolving Festival of…

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Today we were invited to review The Snail and the Whale live on stage at Sherman Theatre. Tall Stories are renowned for their gorgeous productions, and The Snail and the Whale is no exception. This particular Julia Donaldson’s book is one of my favourites, and we all know and love Axel Scheffler’s beautiful illustrations. The poetry within this book is magical, and it’s a joy to read to my children at bedtime. Tall Stories have taken this…

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This weekend sees Tickledom come to Wales, thanks to an overwhelming response to their previous tour in 2002. The tour begins in my favourite place in the world, Aberystwyth, and continues on until it arrives at Wales Millennium Centre on Sunday 30th July 2017.  The family-friendly story, written by Matthew Brind and John Manders, follows the plants and flowers of the Kingdom of Tickledom. They’ve put together quite a cast, including Emma Warren from Michael…

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