Tim Hibberd has been cast in the role of the Dad in the Number 1 UK Tour of We’re Going on a Bear Hunt from March.
Direct from the WEST END, the smash-hit stage adaptation of Michael Rosen’s We’re Going on a Bear Hunt is coming to Cardiff!
Join us for an unmissable adventure through gigantic swishy swashy grass, the splishy splashy river and the oozy, squelchy mud in search of a bear.
Brought vividly and noisily to life by Sally Cookson’s imaginative direction and Benji Bower’s versatile lively score, this production is the perfect treat for families and groups with children aged 3 and up. Expect catchy songs, interactive scenes and plenty of hands-on adventure!
Rachael Chomer has been cast in a UK Tour of Timpsons the Musical in 2019.
Two warring houses. One ancient grudge. A whole lot of shoes. Can the warring houses of Montashoe and Keypulet be united by a pair of star-crossed lovers? Journey to Victorian London where Monty Montashoe and Keeleigh Keypulet, two young inventors bursting with ambition, strive to break free from their boring lives and follow their dreams! Sponsored by Timpson Ltd themselves, Gigglemug Theatre’s debut musical explaining the origin of Timpson is guaranteed hilarity for all the family.
Shakira Rattray will be performing at That Cabaret at Above the Arts in February
That Cabaret is back showcasing some of the best talent to the London and West End Cabaret scene.
This month is hosted by Stewart Briggs with vocalists Shakira Rattray, Jack Reitman and Kieran Stallard as musical director.
Our performers will be bringing you a variety of the best of Musical Theatre and contemporary songs every month, as well as lesser known tunes.
You can expect fabulous voices, witty performances and all in the comfortable and relaxed setting at Above the Arts Cabaret Club. We look forward to welcoming you.
Mark Garfield has been cast in the role of Pujol in Can Can the Musical being performed at The Union Theatre.
A fun and frivolous new musical featuring the larger than life performers of the Moulin Rouge who scandalised Paris in the 1890s. The newly arranged score features a treasure trove of gorgeous operetta melodies by Offenbach, Lehár and others culminating in the famous Can-Can itself.