Review: Rain Man - funny, poignant, uplifting

Review: Rain Man – funny, poignant, uplifting

If you only know Mathew Horne from his TV roles in Gavin and Stacey or The Catherine Tate show, get to the New Theatre this…

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Review: Mischief Movie Night - 'witty, inventive, and joyously absurd'

Review: Mischief Movie Night – ‘witty, inventive, and joyously absurd’

A Disney movie, set in Pontypandy (the hometown of TV’s Fireman Sam), featuring the impossible love between Princess Margueritte, confined to her tower above the…

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Review: The Final Curtain - an intriguing case to lure Sherlock Holmes out of retirement

Review: The Final Curtain – an intriguing case to lure Sherlock Holmes out of retirement

Some 130 years after the character first appeared in print, you might think there is nothing new to be done with Sherlock Holmes – so…

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Review: Turn of the Screw - a sophisticated adaptation of a gothic horror classic

Review: Turn of the Screw – a sophisticated adaptation of a gothic horror classic

Henry James’ classic ghost story Turn of the Screw has inspired countless haunted house tales over the past 120 years and has itself been adapted…

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Review: Son of a Preacher Man - an uplifting musical to get you dancing

Review: Son of a Preacher Man – an uplifting musical to get you dancing

Take a nostalgic trip back to the swinging ‘60s with new musical Son of a Preacher Man, featuring the soulful music of Dusty Springfield and…

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Review: It's chaos again as the play goes wrong!

Review: It’s chaos again as the play goes wrong!

The Play That Goes Wrong, the West End’s Olivier Award winning box office hit, is back in Cardiff – where the original tour began in…

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Review: Northern Ballet presents Jane Eyre

Review: Northern Ballet presents Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre, a classic of English literature, is brought spectacularly to life in this stunning new production by Northern Ballet, which opened at the New…

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Review: Love From a Stranger, 'a brilliantly staged thriller'

Review: Love From a Stranger, ‘a brilliantly staged thriller’

When prim and proper secretary Cecily dumps her fiance and hastily marries the handsome and charming man she has only just met, she expects a…

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Review: Strangers on a Train - a non-stop thriller of a ride

Review: Strangers on a Train – a non-stop thriller of a ride

When a loudmouth playboy with a flask of whiskey happens to meet an introspective architect reading the works of Plato, on a train through 1950s…

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Review: The Case of The Frightened Lady

Review: The Case of The Frightened Lady

Edgar Wallace may be remembered as the creator of King Kong, but he was also known as the “king of the detective thriller”. The Case…

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