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Cardiff-based Shape Records have arranged one of their ‘functions’ in Gwdihw featuring three new up-and-coming artists. Headlining are the foolishly named Flamingods, supported by Hamamama and Please.
The ever innovative Dirty Protest theatre company has teamed up with The Wales International Visual Arts Prize Artes Mundi to bring together an evening of theatre and visual art across seven short plays.
From the first song to the last, Mumford & Sons put on a fantastic show. As someone who began the night sceptical of the performance ahead and unsure quite what the fuss was about, I left with a new respect for the band, and in awe of their incredible talent.
Usko loves to hear stories, to go on adventures, and mess about in the snow. One Christmas carnival, after making snow angels and getting told off by his mother for doing so, he sneaks off to find his own story but he gets lost in the deep, dark forest.
Alex & Flynn’s Film Reviews rounds up the best of last weekend’s Newport International Film Festival.
As Laetitia Sadier acknowledges early on in her trio’s set, this is the first time she’s performed in Cardiff for roughly a decade. The last appearance was upstairs in this venue with Stereolab, the band she sang lead vocals for from 1990 until the proverbial ‘indefinite hiatus’ three years ago.
Recent times have seen us question the many power battles fought between investigative journalism and the government. The Telegraph exposed the expenses scandal and News Of The World resorted to criminality in the ‘line of duty’. But who really holds the power?
It seems to be a rite of passage for most women to have seen the film Dirty Dancing and, to at some point in their life, have wished that they were the character of Baby having a good old session (dancing), with Patrick Swayze’s character of Johnny.
Ever since shoddy sound and a genuine fear of meeting a swampy death scuppered my plans to see The Killers live at Glastonbury 2007, I’ve been keen for another chance to find out if the Las Vegas showboys are as, well, killer live as everybody keeps telling me they are.