As they face increasing financial struggles and closures across the UK, we spotlight the urgent issues jeopardising grassroots music venues and the innovative solutions shaping their survival.
Utilita Arena Cardiff Presents BIG NIGHTS OUT
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A Brand NEW Learning Experience from Buzz
If you’re 16-30, live in Wales, and want to get ahead in the Creative and Cultural Industries, this could be what you’re looking for.
Two of the creators of Feral Monster, an explosive new musical from National Theatre Wales, tell us what it was like penning the queer and chaotic show.
Ie Ie Ie is an important, well-performed and well-constructed show from Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru that should be taken to every school in Wales.
Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru continues its run of innovative remounts this month with Ie Ie Ie, helmed by one half of Wales’ first non-binary directing team, Juliette Manon.
“What’s the buzz?” Why, it’s Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Jesus Christ Superstar coming to the Millennium Centre in its Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre incarnation.
Mischief Theatre, behind the hugely popular The Play That Goes Wrong, take on J.M. Barrie’s beloved childhood favourite Peter Pan, and turn it into a farce.
Splash Test Dummies at the MEMO Arts Centre
“It’s Baywatch meets the Three Stooges!”
Fresh from international waters, Australian circus-comedy specialists The Dummies are heading to the Memo with splish-splashing circus for half term fun!
Wed 1 Nov 2pm & 5:30pm & Thur 2 Nov 11am
food & Lifestyle
Wales’ speciality coffee scene is booming, with a flurry of fresh coffee shops and roasteries popping up across the country.
ApoteoSurprise is a French marriage proposal company with its heart set on providing an array of extravagancies in lieu of merely popping the proverbial question – including in space.
Full of rustic French charm and an earthy tranquality, The Taste Of Things is a genuinely heart- and soul-warming pick this Valentine’s Day.
For those who wish to enter into the spirit of LGBTQ History Month this February, we highlight some queer-friendly events taking place, as well as groups and spaces for any time of the year.
The appearance of ancient Welsh folkloric icon the Mari Lwyd and her retinue in Cardigan’s pubs instils a mixture of fear and excitement this January.