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The Ultimate Guide to What’s on in Wales!
The Royal Welsh College Of Music & Drama in Cardiff are staging a new production of Philip Pullman’s celebrated fairy tale retellings, Grimm Tales.
Heartstoppingly tense, Boiling Point is a brilliantly immersive snapshot of a night in the kitchen at a trendy restaurant.
UK drum’n’bass mainstay Turno makes two Welsh appearences this December: The Attic in Swansea and The Vaults in Cardiff Bay.
“Theatre needs to be de-intellectualised” – XXXMAS CAROL’s Duncan Hallis on his naughty ‘anti-panto’
Big Loop Theatre Director Duncan Hallis discusses fringe theatre in Wales, and new ‘anti-panto’ XXXMas Carol, coming to the WMC in Cardiff.
Watch the brand new music video for You from Cardiff band Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard right here as a Buzz Mag exclusive.
Artists like Steve Attwood-Wright – headliner of Blanket Coverage in Newtown’s Oriel Davies gallery – are reviving Welsh weaving in the 21st century.
Bringing together over 200 of his works for the first time. Exhibition on Screen: Raphael Revealed at the Taliesin brings taste of Rome to Wales.
Bourne out of the South Wales mod scene, expect the sounds of 60s from Fabulous’ Cathays Sports and Social Club gig.
“It’s probably more relevant today than when it was written” – Simon Gordon talks HEATHERS THE MUSICAL
Ahead of Heathers: The Musical opening at the WMC in Cardiff, Sarah Bowdide spoke to leading man Simon Gordon – aka, the iconic JD.
After a year and a half delay, Fam Jam finally gets a long-overdue launch party at Jacob’s Market in Cardiff with headliner Truly Madly.
From witchy black metal in Asenath Blake to Newport’s Spider Kitten, Noel Gardner sifts through notable and new Welsh music.
Intended to bring solace and support to visitors of the Grange Hospital, Ty Cerdd Records’ Cynefin is an album that both does and sounds good.
From coming-of-age comedy Sort Of to a hard-hitting look at America’s opioid epidemic in Dopesick, here’s what’s on TV and streaming this week.
What We Do In Shadows and Dexter: New Blood lead a pack of returning favourites to TV and streaming this week.
On the cusp of panto season, November’s theatre offerings in Wales bring plenty of seasonal treats – as Jamie Rees unpacks.