Annual new music jamboree returns to the fray and compels hundreds of (mostly, probably) young people to bounce back and forth between a series of tightly-situated locations, shout a bit, climb on each other’s shoulders and generally get up close and personal.
Rising star of the British folk scene Kitty Macfarlane, a songwriter and guitarist from Somerset, writes music rich with visual imagery and an eco-eye. She appears at Cardiff St David's Hall on Tue 12 Oct.
Experimental indie from Denmark's Efterklang, Arabic avant-garde from Montreal's Jerusalem In My Heart, gritpop from Tyneside's Sam Fender and two compilations of trad Irish folk and Italian horror scores.
The Ultimate Kiss is the first full-scale UKexhibition for remarkable Dutch artist Jacqueline de Jong, representing each segment of her six-decade career.
With its sister event in Aberystwyth having fallen victim to the pandemic last year, it’s a relief to see the return of the Northern Eye Photography Festival to Colwyn Bay – and with a stellar lineup of speakers.
Company Of Sirens present Twelve Cabins Twelve Vacancies and Souvenirs Of A Killing, two Hitchcock-influenced plays by Chris Durnall.
As Mid Wales Opera return to touring with a bang - Puccini's Il tabarro - Hannah Collins got a sneak peek at the new production in an unusual location.
Gregory Parsons, primary curator at Ruthin Craft Centre in Denbighshire, has with Rhythm, Renewal & Reinvention brought together work by around three dozen contemporary basket makers.
For its 15th festival Iris is back on the big screen, bringing audiences the best in LGBT+ storytelling from around the world at Premiere Cinema and Chapter Arts. For those unable to join us here in Cardiff, you can still enjoy our programme of short films and feature films online.