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TIM WARREN – I HAVE A PLACE IN MIND | ART PREVIEW

TIM WARREN – I HAVE A PLACE IN MIND | ART PREVIEW

Elysium Gallery, Swansea Until Sat 17 Feb The Elysium Gallery in Swansea is hosting a trip down memory lane with Tim Warren’s artistic depictions of the connection between location and memory. Awarded a Beep painting prize in 2016, his works contain significant use of colour and texture, with the aim of being open to visual […]

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MARK THOMAS | COMEDY INTERVIEW

MARK THOMAS | COMEDY INTERVIEW

One of Britain’s most prolific comedians is touring again this February with Showtime from the Frontline, about the difficulties of setting up a comedy club in a Palestinian refugee camp. As Fedor Tot finds out, it’s not easy… Mark Thomas is perhaps too politically furious and polemical to earn much currency in the mainstream of […]

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10 THINGS TO DO THIS WEEK | MON 12 – SUN 18 FEB

10 THINGS TO DO THIS WEEK | MON 12 – SUN 18 FEB

10 things for you to do this week in South Wales! Enjoy! Clara and the Kingdom of Sweets – Mon 12 Feb Based on the ballet classic The Nutcracker, Allegro Dance bring their Clara and the Kingdom of the Sweets to The Riverfront in Newport. The showcase celebrates delicacies from all over the world such […]

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LOUDER IS NOT ALWAYS CLEARER | FEATURE

LOUDER IS NOT ALWAYS CLEARER | FEATURE

Jonny Cotsen, the star of a new play about living as a deaf person in a hearing world, talks to Fedor Tot about the show’s long gestation and how he hopes to avoid being skinned alive. Louder is Not Always Clearer presents a unique challenge to theatrical audiences, asking us the question: what is it like […]

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STEWART LEE | STAGE PREVIEW

STEWART LEE | STAGE PREVIEW

Grand Theatre, Swansea Fri 9 Feb For all of you that get a kick from the painstakingly self-analytical comedy stylings of Stewart Lee (and those that don’t but should), he’s deep into an 18-month tour of Content Provider, his first full-length show since 2012’s award-winning Carpet Remnant World. The unconventional writer, performer and, since the BBC’s […]

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5 OF THE BEST CHRISTMAS MARKETS | FOOD FEATURE

5 OF THE BEST CHRISTMAS MARKETS | FOOD FEATURE

With mulled wine flowing aplenty and the hunt for unique gifts starting anew, Rhonda Lee Reali checks out some of the best Christmas Markets in Wales. NATIONAL BOTANICAL GARDEN OF WALES’ WINTER WONDERLAND If you’re looking for something quirkier from your Christmas fair this festive season, look no further. Combining startling light shows, a wonderful […]

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CHRIS LORENZO | CLUBS PREVIEW

CHRIS LORENZO | CLUBS PREVIEW

Sink @ Sin City, Swansea Sat 9 Dec If you haven’t heard a Chris Lorenzo-produced jam in 2017, where have you been? The prolific Brummie producer’s sound – a hybrid of 4/4 jack, rude garage basslines and mid-range screech that scientists have reportedly found to creates the perfect sonic frequency for a club to ‘go […]

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MILTON JONES | COMEDY INTERVIEW

MILTON JONES | COMEDY INTERVIEW

The one-liner standup speaks to Alec Evans about the nonsense and escapism of his Milton Jones Is Out There tour. His CV features everything from Mock The Week to Live At The Apollo, and it’s fair to say even casual followers of comedy will have seen some of Milton Jones’ material. With his nonsensical one-liner style, reminiscent […]

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GENERATION GAMES | PREVIEW

GENERATION GAMES | PREVIEW

Generation Games, National Waterfront Museum Swansea, Sat 21st Oct-Mar 2018. Free. Video game archiving still has a long way to go, but it seems like the National Waterfront Museum are making some progress by displaying one man’s comprehensive collection of video game consoles. Caerphilly resident Samuel Anstee has been smitten with video games since a […]

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PULLED APART BY HORSES | LIVE PREVIEW

PULLED APART BY HORSES | LIVE PREVIEW

Sin City, Swansea Tue 5 Dec Pulled apart by horses: a gruesome means of torture and dismemberment that can’t have been a barrel of laughs. Pulled Apart By Horses: a riotous quartet who bring a great deal more pleasure than pain, but do still leave you feeling bruised and brutalised (albeit just about in one […]

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