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We regularly commission our team of experienced writers to write exclusive reviews of Welsh productions and performances by outside companies in Wales for the web site, as well as reproducing items that have appeared in other sources. We also review selected productions in the rest of the UK where they have a relevance to the theatre sector in Wales

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review of Summing It Up ; click here to read the full review

Keen to Receive Different Types of Feedback
Summing It Up
Quality Document with Depth at the Arts Council of Wales
reviewed by Adam Somerset, March 30, 2020
read 27 times

review of Quarterly Critical Round-up ; click here to read the full review

Three Plays that Begin with W
Quarterly Critical Round-up
West, Winners and Wolf reviewed at theatre of Wales First Quarter 2020
reviewed by Adam Somerset, March 27, 2020
read 50 times

review of Summing It Up ; click here to read the full review

History and Comfort Blanket Theatre
Summing It Up
A Lack of Historical Representation at the Culture of Wales
reviewed by Adam Somerset, March 23, 2020
read 71 times

review of Quarterly Critical Round-up ; click here to read the full review

Three from the First Quarter 2020
Quarterly Critical Round-up
Reviewers at Trusting Unicorns, Back to Berlin & Llyfr Glas Nebo
reviewed by Adam Somerset, March 21, 2020
read 60 times

review of Tylwyth ; click here to read the full review

Two Reviewers at Daf James Sequel
Tylwyth
Theatr Genedlaethol & Sherman Theatre at Sherman Theatre
reviewed by Adam Somerset, March 18, 2020
read 34 times

review of Summing It Up ; click here to read the full review

The Necessity of Opposition to Ecology
Summing It Up
The Public Sphere Under Constriction at the Culture of Wales
reviewed by Adam Somerset, March 12, 2020
read 92 times

review of At Mid Wales Opera ; click here to read the full review

Figaro Fizzes
At Mid Wales Opera
Marriage of Figaro at Aberystwyth Arts Centre
reviewed by Adam Somerset, March 12, 2020
read 39 times

review of Beautiful – The Carole King Musical ; click here to read the full review

Beautiful it is and a lot more!
Beautiful – The Carole King Musical
Michael Harrison and Associates at Wales Millennium Centre
reviewed by Michael Kelligan , March 9, 2020
read 40 times

review of Summing It Up ; click here to read the full review

Truth-telling Polemic with a Sizzle
Summing It Up
The Fragility of Criticism at the Culture of Wales
reviewed by Adam Somerset, March 8, 2020
read 104 times

review of Acosta Danza – Evolution  ; click here to read the full review

Startling and Dynamic
Acosta Danza – Evolution
The Dance Consortium at Wales Millennium Centre
reviewed by Michael Kelligan , March 6, 2020
read 52 times

review of Mozart in Italy Talk & Concert 1: The Audition - Mozart in Italy Festival Weekend  ; click here to read the full review

A joyous opening concert celebrating young Mozart in Italy at Cadogan Hall.
Mozart in Italy Talk & Concert 1: The Audition - Mozart in Italy Festival Weekend
The Mozartists, at Cadogan Hall
reviewed by James Ellis, March 6, 2020
read 59 times

review of At Music Theatre Wales ; click here to read the full review

Impact and Prowess from the Digital Front-Line
At Music Theatre Wales
Denis and Katya- Music Theatre Wales at Aberystwyth Arts Centre
reviewed by Adam Somerset, March 5, 2020
read 62 times

review of Music of Today: Xenakis & Reimann/George Benjamin: A Duet and a Dream ; click here to read the full review

Pierre-Laurent Aimard dazzles on piano,
Music of Today: Xenakis & Reimann/George Benjamin: A Duet and a Dream
Philharmonia Orchestra & Voices, at Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, March-5-2020
reviewed by James Ellis, March 5, 2020
read 39 times

review of George Gershwin: A Song Book/BBC Singers at Six: Gerald Barry/Beethoven’s Missa solemnis  ; click here to read the full review

A stirring day of Gershwin, Gerald Barry & Beethoven.
George Gershwin: A Song Book/BBC Singers at Six: Gerald Barry/Beethoven’s Missa solemnis
Patricia Hammond & Matt Redman/BBC SingersBBC Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, at Cripplegate/Barbican,
reviewed by James Ellis, March 4, 2020
read 31 times

review of  Fortieth Anniversary Concert  ; click here to read the full review

A marvellous celebration of music making, from this acclaimed boys choir.
Fortieth Anniversary Concert
Schola Cantorum of the Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School at Cadogan Hall,
reviewed by James Ellis, March 3, 2020
read 124 times

review of At the Sherman ; click here to read the full review

Remembering Why “Llwyth” Mattered
At the Sherman
Daf James, Theatr Genedlaethol & Sherman at Theatre of Wales
reviewed by Adam Somerset, March 2, 2020
read 109 times

review of Summing It Up ; click here to read the full review

More Confidence and Focus on the Arts, Please
Summing It Up
Using the Right Words at the Culture of Wales
reviewed by Adam Somerset, February 29, 2020
read 104 times

review of A Political Diary ; click here to read the full review

“Accountability and responsibility...in Wales it's very opaque”
A Political Diary
Ministers, Opposition & Commentators at Politics of Wales
reviewed by Adam Somerset, February 28, 2020
read 33 times

review of Carmen ; click here to read the full review

Dynamic and exciting production
Carmen
Welsh National Opera at Wales Millennium Centre
reviewed by Michael Kelligan , February 27, 2020
read 107 times

review of Summing It Up ; click here to read the full review

Stick to the Knitting
Summing It Up
The Beneficiary Doctrine at the Culture of Wales
reviewed by Adam Somerset, February 23, 2020
read 110 times

review of What Did Jack Do?  ; click here to read the full review

A twisted, Noir delight from the master of surrealist cinema, now on Netflix.
What Did Jack Do?
Starring: David Lynch, Emily Stofle, Toototabon & the voice of ‘Jack Cruz’. at Netflix
reviewed by James Ellis, February 18, 2020
read 68 times

review of The Marriage of Figaro ; click here to read the full review

Go to the opera and have a good laugh!
The Marriage of Figaro
Welsh National Opera at Wales Millennium Centre
reviewed by Michael Kelligan , February 16, 2020
read 85 times

review of Summing It Up ; click here to read the full review

Arts Council’s Aims Should Reflect Welsh Government Policies
Summing It Up
Nation and State at the Culture of Wales
reviewed by Adam Somerset, February 16, 2020
read 82 times

review of Les Vêpres Siciliennes ; click here to read the full review

Heartfelt performances from everyone.
Les Vêpres Siciliennes
Welsh National Opera at Wales Millennium Centre
reviewed by Michael Kelligan , February 15, 2020
read 53 times

review of Fascinating Aïda  ; click here to read the full review

A joyful night of laughter & tears, from this eternal cabaret trio.
Fascinating Aïda
Fascinating Aïda: Dillie Keane, Adèle Anderson, Liza Pulman & Michael Roulston, at St David’s Hall,
reviewed by James Ellis, February 15, 2020
read 61 times

 

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