YOUR NEXT 48 hours CARDIFF HOT LIST.
FILM The Hustle (12A) In a remake of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, two women from very different walks of life (Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson) compete to take down a young tech billionaire and con him out of his fortune. But as the 'loser leaves town' contest goes on, it soon becomes apparent to the women that they have more in common than either initially thought. Tonight, 5pm and tomorrow, 7pm, Memo Arts Centre, Barry. 01446 738622 MUSIC Whitechapel American deathcore outfit Whitechapel release a new album 'Our Endless War' in March, there is no stopping the juggernaut that is Whitechapel.
Tonight, 7.30pm, Clwb Ifor Bach. 029 2023 2199 THEATRE Avenue Q Fantasies come true - the hilarious multi-award winning Avenue Q is back! Following smash-hit runs in 2012 and 2016, the fur-lariously laugh-out-loud musical is back by popular demand. Catch-up with all your favourite (and unforgettable) characters on a downtown New York street trying to make sense of life's burning issues - like what do you do with a BA in English? How do you find your purpose? And is the internet really just fornever mind.
Tonight and tomorrow, 7.30pm, New Theatre. 029 2087 8889 MASTERCLASS BBC Cardiff Singer of the World 2019 - Masterclass with Malcolm Martineau One of the distinguished jury members takes emerging artists through their paces. Malcolm Martineau shares his experience and expertise with talented young pianists in the art of accompaniment, in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.
Tomorrow, 3.30pm, St David's Hall. 029 2087 8444 THEATRE Y Brain/Kargalar After years of repression and censorship writer Meltem Arikan moved to Wales where she feels a deep sense of belonging. In a state of personal crisis, her Turkish-speaking, repressed, rigid self Mel meets her Welsh-speaking, adventurous, nature-loving self Tem for the first time. Written by Meltem Arikan, with Welsh-language parts by Sharon Morgan, Be Aware's new play is an exploration of belonging, identity and language. All shows will be accessible for English speakers. Tomorrow and Wednesday, 8pm, Chapter Arts Centre. 029 2030 4400