Wales Goes Pop! is an indie-pop weekender which boasts a huge line up of both much loved and newer faces in independent music.
Gareth Ludkin is excited by KL Canolog’s hearty Malaysian food.
22 May 2011, The Gate, Cardiff **** Featuring Joe Coleman, The Gentle Good, Meilir and David Thomas Broughton. I don’t know where the folk the audience were, but at least the glorious folk was there in spades. For some reason the crowd stayed away from the Folk The Owl gig on Sunday, but despite this, and the sloshed, shambolic […]
Legendary punk poet, John Cooper Clark, impresses in Cardiff.
A theatrical representation where characters grow like new branches
A teasing catalogue of all the plays you wish you were watching
The highlight of Blysh festival, Bourgeois and Maurice dominated a bewildered audience.
Jonah Matranga is an eclectic musician so taken with the idea of music as conversation that he makes personalised recordings for fans.
Even the presence of a human paintbrush can’t detract from the fact that this is a lukewarm selection of artworks, writes Susie Wild
I thought 24 hours of poetry performance was endurance enough. Artist Samuel Hasler is about to prove me wrong as he beings his 48 hour performance at Cardiff gallery space, g39 tonight. Viewable from the street from 8pm (Tuesday 4 May) until 8pm Thursday 6 May, the 48-hour continuous performance will involve a large square […]