Looking for something to do?
The Ultimate Guide to What’s on in Wales!
At times an uncomfortable read, the unique format of In The Seeing Hands of Others – Nat Ogle’s debut novel – provides a fresh and hopeful outlook on life.
Taking place across one weekend in Feburary in the RWCMD, the Benedetti Sessions will hit Wales for the first time – but you’ll need to get your application in quick.
“Some of the songs were real gambles” – Ones to watch: SYWEL NYW on releasing new music every month in 2021
Already known as a member of north Wales’ Yr Eira, Sywel Nyw has found Lewys Wyn releasing a song a month throughout 2021, each with a different Welsh vocalist.
Elvis Costello & The Imposters’ sleek stylings on new album The Boy Named If are at an irresistible peak of excellence.
Blowing her previous releases out of the water in sheer power, Live at Montreux Jazz Festival cements Anna Von Hausswolff as an intimidatingly strong presence.
Save the Cinema, releasing tomorrow, brings the true story of one woman’s mission to save her local cinema to Sky and independent venues across Wales.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the award-winning musical The Curious Incident of the Dog In The Night-Time comes to Cardiff this month.
2021 in the theatre world sometimes felt like a tragedy and a farce rolled up into one, but Jamie Rees looks to 2022 with more optimism.
London DJ Harry McCanna is headed to Hippos club night in Swansea for a Boxing Day bash that promises some tasty beats.
With December marking 40 years of Dare, The Human League are celebrating with a Cardiff Motorpoint Arena date.
An Iron Age hillfort has been well and truly ‘hidden’ from Cardiff for a decade – but the CAER Heritage project aims to change that.
This week in TV + streaming: TOAST goes to Tinseltown and the beginning of the end for A DISCOVERY OF WITCHES
Toast of Tinseltown and the final season of A Discovery of Witches kick off our inaugural 2022 TV and streaming guide.
From the year’s big movers and shakers to the ones that got away, these our are picks for the best albums of 2021.
Stephen King, Mark Lanegan, Bernadine Evaristo and more make up our author picks for the best books we read and loved in 2021.
From theatre to comedy to dance to musicals, we’ve rounded up our favourite stage shows in Wales over 2021.