Theatre in Wales

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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 A Political Diary ; click here to read the full review

A Fantastic Vision
A Political Diary
Election Notes: A Manifesto at 2021 Senedd Election
reviewed by Adam Somerset, April 23, 2021
read 94 times

review of Theatre in Wales: Comment ; click here to read the full review

Looking at the Gap
Theatre in Wales: Comment
Othneil Smith Recalled at Diversity in Theatre of Wales
reviewed by Adam Somerset, April 16, 2021
read 286 times

review of Theatre in Wales: Comment ; click here to read the full review

"Theatre is Carnal, Corporeal”
Theatre in Wales: Comment
Human Presence at Public Arts
reviewed by Adam Somerset, April 7, 2021
read 226 times

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

Looking Back
A Political Diary
Politics & Politicians at Wales & United Kingdom
reviewed by Adam Somerset, March 30, 2021
read 34 times

review of Theatre in Wales: Comment ; click here to read the full review

"Digital Theatre” & the Sensory Deficit
Theatre in Wales: Comment
One Year Anniversary at No Live Events
reviewed by Adam Somerset, March 23, 2021
read 311 times

review of A Writer Remembered ; click here to read the full review

Writers That Mattered for Our Time
A Writer Remembered
Writers on Art, Film, Politics, War, Mortality at Culture of Modernity
reviewed by Adam Somerset, March 19, 2021
read 30 times

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

“Devolution since 1999 has delivered a series of disasters...”
A Political Diary
Simon Brooks- Why Wales Never Was at University of Wales Press
reviewed by Adam Somerset, March 10, 2021
read 25 times

review of Theatre in Wales: Comment ; click here to read the full review

Voices Looking to the Future
Theatre in Wales: Comment
Diversity, Intent, Future at Return of Theatre of Wales
reviewed by Adam Somerset, March 2, 2021
read 355 times

review of On Criticism & Critics ; click here to read the full review

A Culture Low in Confidence
On Criticism & Critics
Critical Courage & Candour Lacking at Theatre of Wales
reviewed by Adam Somerset, February 24, 2021
read 293 times

review of Literary Event ; click here to read the full review

Historians, scientists, novelists, travel writers & a theologian
Literary Event
Books, talks, conversations at Rhosygilwen, Dynevor, Aberystwyth, Machynlleth, Swansea, Hay
reviewed by Adam Somerset, February 17, 2021
read 36 times

review of National Theatre: Comment ; click here to read the full review

A Look at Corporate Culture
National Theatre: Comment
National Institutions at Culture of Wales
reviewed by Adam Somerset, February 10, 2021
read 342 times

review of Theatre of Scotland ; click here to read the full review

Wales and Scotland: Looking at the Gap
Theatre of Scotland
The Value of Benchmarking at Culture of Wales
reviewed by Adam Somerset, February 3, 2021
read 259 times

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

Looking at the Gap
Summing It Up
Things In Short Supply at Culture of Wales
reviewed by Adam Somerset, January 29, 2021
read 230 times

review of Public Event ; click here to read the full review

Remembering a bigger world
Public Event
Conferences, celebrations, exhibitions, sculpture at Wales north, south, west
reviewed by Adam Somerset, January 21, 2021
read 40 times

review of In Memory ; click here to read the full review

Remembering Those Who Made Theatre
In Memory
Dramatists, writers, directors, actors, critics at Theatre of Wales & England
reviewed by Adam Somerset, January 14, 2021
read 46 times

review of Radio Arts Feature ; click here to read the full review

Last Words for Theatre in 2020
Radio Arts Feature
Nicholas Hytner Plain Speaking at Epitaph for a Year Without Performance
reviewed by Adam Somerset, January 7, 2021
read 302 times

review of My Year of Theatre ; click here to read the full review

“All that work is in the bin”
My Year of Theatre
Closure at Theatre of United Kingdom
reviewed by Adam Somerset, January 2, 2021
read 300 times

review of My Year of Theatre ; click here to read the full review

The Comfortless Tragedy of Isolated Hearts
My Year of Theatre
Closure at Theatre of Wales and England
reviewed by Adam Somerset, January 1, 2021
read 253 times

review of Places ; click here to read the full review

Books that Travel in a Time with No Travel
Places
Travels and travellers at Mainly Wales
reviewed by Adam Somerset, December 30, 2020
read 111 times

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


Quarterly Critical Round-ups
at Mainly Wales
reviewed by Adam Somerset, December 30, 2020
read 30 times

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

Rural Views
A Political Diary
Media & Comment at Planning and Ecology in Wales
reviewed by Adam Somerset, December 28, 2020
read 104 times

review of In Memory ; click here to read the full review

A Poignant Best of the Year Choice
In Memory
The Beauty Parade at Wales Millennium Centre
reviewed by Adam Somerset, December 23, 2020
read 248 times

review of On Criticism & Critics ; click here to read the full review

Welsh Writer's Unfitness for Award Panel
On Criticism & Critics
Literature Wales at Wales Book of the Year Award
reviewed by Adam Somerset, December 20, 2020
read 113 times

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

Plain Speaking on Wales' Numbers
A Political Diary
Commentators at Economy of Wales
reviewed by Adam Somerset, December 20, 2020
read 123 times

review of Messiah ; click here to read the full review

A Messiah of our time, from the Academy of Ancient Music, both proud and resplendent.
Messiah
The Academy of Ancient Music at Barbican Centre, London,
reviewed by James Ellis, December 19, 2020
read 184 times

 

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