Recently I watched a run through of The Utah Bride.
I was really struck at first by the stage design and how authentic it all looked... I felt like I’d stepped back in time into a traditional Welsh home.
You can check out my pictures below for an exclusive look at the production.
It was moving to see the story unfold, as Alice suddenly returns home one night, four years after running away to live the American dream. The relationship between mother…Continue
Posted on November 11, 2012 at 23:23 — 1 Comment
Yesterday I was lucky enough to get a look behind the scenes of new show The Utah Bride!
I got a sneak peek of rehearsals which was exciting. I saw the lovely Utah Bride team at work, including the director Louise Osborn, then Sharon Morgan and Sara Lloyd-Gregory performed a gripping part of the play for me.
You can take a look at my pics from rehearsals below...
The show tours Wales in November, so watch this space for more…Continue
Posted on October 31, 2012 at 20:30 — 2 Comments
L.O.V.E (Volcano theatre)
Sherman Cymru (30.10.12)
What comes to mind when you think of Shakespeare’s Sonnets: Boredom? Sentimental romance? Or English lessons at school?
None of the above could be applied to L.O.V.E, the passionate production recreated by Volcano for the company’s 25th anniversary, based on the bard’s collection of classical poetry.
A winner of the 1993 Time Out…Continue
Posted on October 30, 2012 at 23:30
By Teifi Emerald
WiLD, local performer Teifi Emerald’s first solo show, is a magical and surreal blend of a child’s imagination and adult’s fears.
It is a whimsical journey to unknown lands battling the monsters within, ranging from dragons to murderous duvets. To tell her story, Teifi uses an eclectic mix of…Continue
Posted on October 5, 2012 at 12:47