The sun’s in the sky and that instinctual British urge to take off all your clothes at a whopping 18°C takes over. But wait! You spent the winter gorging yourself silly on shepherd’s pie and now when you remove your clothes people are violently ill. Too late to stun the public with your summer bod? […]
Douglas Board (Lightning Books) This book is dedicated to the memory of the murdered MP Jo Cox and, despite the fact it’s been a year since her death as well as the myriad political issues we’re currently facing, there couldn’t be a more appropriate time to read this book. Douglas Board manages to create a riveting satire […]
Ffotogallery, Penarth Until Sat 22 July This exhibition is a sort of postscript to the Ffotogalery-organised Diffusion festival, which ran throughout May at various venues; it’s also part of a scheme called Dreamtigers, a Cymro-Indian cultural exchange with the Delhi Photo Festival being the corresponding organisation. Aiming to shed light on the evolution of both […]
Stephen Springate travels to Flat Holm Island to find out more about its history with the help of a theatrical troupe to bring it all to life. As everyone begins to gather on the pontoon at Mermaid Quay for the white-knuckle RIB boat trip over to Flat Holm, the drama seems to already have started. […]
RIME *** Tequila Works, PC, Switch, PS4, Xbox One On the surface, Rime is absolutely stunning, decorated with astonishing Wind Waker-esque animation and a beautiful score by David García Díaz. Its story is originally intriguing; a young man washes up on a paradise island and with the help of a magical fox sets out after a […]
Theatr Brychieniog, Brecon Wed 19-Fri 21 July Although The Last Supper was first performed in 2004, and has ventured as far away as Sydney since, this is its first time at this venue. A maximum of 39 spectators are seated at three tables of 13 and given wine and food: the latter being the same final […]
With Alan Taylor.
Angela Gray’s Cookery School. Info: 01443 222716 / www.angelagray.co.uk.