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Catherine McCormack as Mrs Robinson in The Graduate

Classic tale of seduction with The Graduate

Based on the Charles Webb’s novel, The Graduate sees an educated young man swept into an illicit encounter with an older married woman, setting them both on a thrillingly destructive course. This is the play’s first revival since its West End run at the Gielgud in 2000 and is on a strictly limited tour, playing Leeds, Leicester, Malvern and finally in Cardiff.

Rachel Newton Picture: Somhairle MacDonald

Singer’s early influences and folk sound

Since the release of her album Here's My Heart Come Take It in April 2016, singer and harpist Rachel Newton has been awarded both the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards Musician of the Year and the Scots Trad Music Awards Instrumentalist of the Year.


Rock band’s first album in four years

Paramore will be heading out on tour in June in support of their fifth album, After Laughter, their first new recording in over four years. Featuring the new single, Hard Times, After Laughter was recorded at Nashiville’s RCA studio’s and marked first for the band as it was also the first time they had recorded in their home town.

SHOW: Sounds of Simon play Cwmbran’s Congress Theatre

Tribute act deliver songs from 60s legends

Simon and Garfunkel tribute act, The Sounds of Simon visit Cwmbran’s Congress Theatre on June 24 with their new show From The Sounds of Silence to The Rhythm of the Saints.

Beverley Knight

Singer’s inspirational trip to city of blues to record

“The whole experience was brilliant for me, it was a joy from start to finish” Beverley Knight tells Andy Howells as the pair discuss her latest album Soulsville of which she will perform songs from live at St David’s Hall next week.

The Bohemians

Greatest hits from Queen in show

Fans of rock act Queen can get ready for A Night of Queen when The Bohemians take to the stage of Blaenavon Workman’s hall on June 23.