Last week, Buffalo Boutique marked the start of the fashion season in Cardiff with a beautiful press preview event showcasing their up-and-coming events and collections.
Leeds, Manchester, Cardiff, Crewe. The Africa Express is pulling into all of the usual train stations – but this time, it isn’t tired-looking businessmen, bored shop workers, or cardboard-featured commuters who are emerging from it, but a lively load of musicians from this little island of Britain and the much larger continent of Africa.
Since June, the BBC New Comedy Award has been searching the UK for the finest new comedy talent to join the likes of previous finalists Sarah Millican and Alan Carr.
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As Llwyth completes its final few nights, we’re giving you and a friend the chance to see one of the concluding performances.
The Proclaimers passionately entertained a full house with real music from rock to folk, soul and lullabies. Their eclectic mix of music had the crowd jumping, swaying and a crying in the quaint old theatre setting of Pontardawe Arts Centre.
Christopher Orton is coming straight home to Wales after the West End run of Monty Python’s Spamalot to see his play performed as part of Michael Kelligan’s On The Edge season.
With the ubiquity of mediocre lunchtime eateries and disappointing takeaway meal deals, it’s nice to find a sandwich shop which delivers on both flavour and variety.
Entrecote Cafe De Paris is the latest addition to the existing six eateries brought to you by BA Brandings the independent chain in Cardiff responsible for Bellinis, Signor Valentino, and Bayside Brasserie, which have been serving the region for the past 15 years.