GIVEAWAY: MMA’s Professional Fighters League smacks down in Wales – here’s your chance to go for free
MMA fans are in for a treat this August: the PFL is bringing a double-bill of welterweight and heavyweight playoffs to the UK – starting in Cardiff, and we’ve got a bunch of tickets up for grabs!
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If you’re 18-30, live in Wales, and want to get ahead in the Creative and Cultural Industries, this could be what you’re looking for.
GREEN MAN at 20: “The industry is brutal, but I still love it” – director Fiona Stewart on running Wales’ staple festival
Following up his own look-back at the rise of Green Man since its 2003 debut, Adam England quizzes GM director Fiona Stewart about what makes it tick.
Ahead of a live show at Green Man festival this month, The Breakup Monologues author Rosie Wilby talks with Ewa Pałka about her podcast, book and the science of heartbreaks.
Political, discordant and relentless, Dub War’s return ought to both delight older followers and attract new ones to their message-laden, Welsh-infused take on the genre.
Noise & Flowers is both a brilliant introduction to Young’s music with modern production and a treat for completists.
In Clare Mackintosh’s The Last Party, we find ourselves on the Wales/England border – under Pen y Ddraig mountain – on the morning after a raucous NYE party.
Check out our exclusive first look at Heddlu’s explosive video for new single, Auto-Da-Fé.
August is not the prime month for sitting in a windowless room inside an entertainment complex for two to four hours of film. Which makes it all the more impressive that Keiron Self has found some timely content!
July’s film releases include an Irish drama about an impromptu baby adaption and a cartoon about Superman’s dog.
Our June film selections range from homegrown lo-fidelity horror in All My Friends Hate Me to lurid Elvis hagiography in the eponymous biopic.
Irish folk legend Andy Irvine rolls into Cardiff’s St David’s Hall on Tue 17 May as part of the Roots Unearthed series.
Jonathan Swain nominates a quintet of his personal favourite spicy food restaurants from south Wales for those of you seeking a Scoville-based rush.
Emma Way recommends some fun and unusual experiences to travel around Wales and do – all at a cheap cost for those that are penny-pinching. (All of us, right?)
Fresh off a spate of home and international gigs this year, Mace The Great will be in attendance at Pitch Scotland as part of an innovative Welsh-Scottish musical team-up.
Hannah Collins recommends some dark and creepy spots to explore in Wales that summer goths and lovers of the weird and wonderful will love.
With even mass telly ditching fast fashion brands, is 2022 the year vintage fashion becomes truly mainstream? Joseph Elijah heads to a brand new Newport shop aiming to ride this wave.