Review: School of Rock at Wales Millennium Centre

Katherine PeachCreative, Culture, Events

“Get ready to stick it to the man, Cardiff, because Andrew Lloyd Webber’s West End and Broadway hit musical School of Rock is coming to rock out at Wales Millennium Centre!” We were lucky enough to be invited to watch School of Rock at the Millennium Centre on the 16th May, and as expected we were blown away. This show … Read More

Introducing CATALYST 360º- An Immersive Programme of Installations and Virtual Exhibitions

Katherine PeachCreative, Culture, Events

Introducing CATALYST 360º- a new immersive programme of installations and virtual exhibitions from local, national and international artists. 3 new immersive residencies, 6 online exhibitions and a FREE Interactive Family Day of Discovery on Saturday 14th May, 12:30pm-8pm. CULTVR is the first immersive cross-disciplinary space in Europe and hosts the largest screen here in Wales enabling shared virtual reality experiences … Read More

The Self Help Show

Katherine PeachCreative, Wellbeing

The Self Help Show is a new touring exhibition exploring the idea of self-help through poetry and illustration. Penarth-based artists Chris Glynn and Luca Paci collaborated via mail during lockdown in 2020 and have developed a body of texts and images, video material, book hacks, and other artefacts for exhibition. The Self Help Show asks where to seek help in … Read More

Your Easter Calendar

Katherine PeachCommunity, Creative, Kids

Busy Easter’s are back! As we, finally, come out of lockdown restrictions, we can once again enjoy Easter like we used to (while still keeping ourselves safe). So we’ve put together a calendar of all the upcoming Easter/Spring events for the whole family to enjoy. For our full events calendar, head over to our What’s on Guide Easter Duck Trail … Read More

The Climate Challenge in Art

John DaviesCreative

The climate is one difficult topic for us all to get our heads around, but we must get to grips with it if we are to protect future generations from the effects of climate change. Can art help? And can it help us all to make sense and find an answer to this big question? It’s the biggest question of … Read More

Griffin Books- Our Spring Recommendations

Katherine PeachCreative, Culture

Get 10% off these titles with code: PENARTHVIEW Non-Fiction Taking the Plunge: The Healing Power of Wild Swimming for Mind, Body and Soul By Anna Deacon & Vicky Allan Championed by such famous faces as Miranda Hart and Jo Whiley, this is the perfect beginners’ guide for those considering starting wild swimming. Including handy tips and tricks on what to … Read More

Bedknobs and Broomsticks The Musical: A Review

Katherine PeachCreative, Culture, Events, Featured

“When the three orphaned Rawlins children are reluctantly evacuated from wartime London to live with the mysterious Eglantine Price, they have no idea what adventures lie ahead. Upon discovering Eglantine to be a trainee witch, they join forces to search for a secret spell that will defeat the enemy once and for all.” On Wednesday 3rd February, we were lucky … Read More

A DIY Christmas

Katherine PeachChristmas, Creative

Christmas can be expensive and you spend so much of your time trawling through the hectic shops to find the perfect decorations, gifts, wrapping paper or cards. And sometimes, no matter how hard you look, no matter how much shops you push your way around, you can’t find what you’re looking for. So this Christmas, why not spend that time … Read More