“I would die if my album didn’t come out in 12 months” – MAHALIA talks new EP & future plans before Cardiff debut
Ahead of her more-than-overdue debut in Cardiff, Carl Marsh speaks to Midlands soul siren Mahalia Burkmar (but just her first name’ll do, cheers) about her plans for ’22.
New at The Wales Millennium Centre in May
This May sees School of Rock and Six grace the Donald Gordon Theatre stage at WMC
A Brand NEW Learning Experience from Buzz
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.
Puppy’s no-frills headline performance at Clwb Ifor Bach was a reminder that, at the end of the day, the music should always take centre stage.
Ffoto Newport is not merely somewhere to call in on when you find yourself in town, but a platform for those following in David Hurn’s footsteps.
Malicious Intent is a giant of an album and represents a massive step on the upward curve that Malevolence find themselves on.
Sandi Toksvig’s post-lockdown tour Next Slide, Please is named after Chris Whitty’s catchphrase from the daily COVID briefings. However, Sandi’s slides were full of joy, silliness and fun.
With Goodsheds delivering both quality and variety, Barry is fast gaining a reputation for more than just fish and chips.
Irish folk legend Andy Irvine rolls into Cardiff’s St David’s Hall on Tue 17 May as part of the Roots Unearthed series.
From Doctor Strange to Top Gun: Maverick to Men, Keiron Self takes a look at what’s on offer at the cinema this May.
Joseph And The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat’s current tour brings rising West End star Jac Yarrow back to his old stomping ground at the New Theatre this month.
As Wales’ first crime writers’ festival Gwyl Crime Cymru returns this month, Billie Ingram Sofokleous found out what to expect from the cloak and dagger lovers’ event.
Hot Club Of Cowtown will be dropping into Cardiff’s St David’s Hall on Tue 26 Apr as part of the ongoing Roots Unearthed series. Miss them at your peril.
With festival season now underway in Wales, Buzz presents our comprehensive guide to the array of weekenders, all-dayers and general rave-ups across Wales in 2022.
With Stranger Things and Obi-Wan Kenobi releasing on the same day, it’s battle of the streamers this May in TV world. Hannah Collins reports from the frontlines.
Laura Fedeli speaks to the people who’ve kept small Welsh venues running, through the good and bad times, and finds out how they did it as restrictions took over.
Ahead of the Welsh Masters, Hannah Collins spoke to Esports Wales’ Founder John Jackson about the tournament, as well as the future of competitive gaming in Wales.
From Gary Oldman’s espionage series Slow Horses to the hotly-awaited second season of Russian Doll, here’s the best in TV and streaming for April.