A founder member of The Birthday Party with Nick Cave, Mick Harvey's latest venture is a duets album with Mexican singer, Amanda Acevedo. Now, the duo are taking it on the road, including a Cardiff date.
“Folklore’s woven through our songs”: Welsh/English band SISTER WIVES on folk horror, playing GREEN MAN
After their dreamy Walled Garden set at Green Man, Sister Wives vocalist Donna Lee reveals the band’s love for folk horror and the festival’s ancient consciousness.
“The biggest audience we’ve ever played to!” – GREEN MAN RISING winner EVE APPLETON on christening her fave festival
We speak to Bristol-based folk-rocker Eve Appleton, who beat some 3,500 other acts to become this year's Green Man Rising contest winner.
“I was a child, trying to figure it out”: after rocking GREEN MAN, SNAIL MAIL reflects on teen indie success
Catching her breath backstage after playing Green Man Festival’s Far Out tent, Snail Mail’s Lindsey Jordan reveals her plans for a third album.
“There’re so many stereotypes about harp music – people are surprised by mine” – one to watch: CERYS HAFANA
Discover the unique journey of Cerys Hafana - a musical reinventor breaking boundaries, reimagining folk music with the triple harp.
Ahead of a mighty rare UK tour, including only their second Welsh show in nearly 40 years, Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls talks about their fanbase, the mainstreaming of queerness and being captured in documentary form.
Newport rapper Lemfreck discusses his journey so far in music ahead of powerful new album Blood, Sweat & Fears, and his latest gig in Cardiff.
40 years after the band's formation, Charlie Reid from The Proclaimers looks back their iconic harmonies, songwriting process, and forwards to their upcoming Swansea Arena gig.
Discover how Alex Wharton, the incoming Children's Laureate Wales, is inspiring the next generation through poetry and literature.
Get to know the fascinating world of Cardiff University's television personality Dr. Rhys Jones, from anchoring Wildlife Patrol to his sci-fi guilty pleasures.
Explore Jack Moyse's emotionally charged self-portraits depicting muscular dystrophy, challenging perceptions and promoting empathy, in a month-long exhibition.
"Work fast. Do everything live. There's really nothing to it." Get to know Bad Shout, the fierce punk rockers from Cardiff whose new EP II is turning all the right heads.
Embark on a crypto quest with Bitcoin Boi at Newport's Riverfront theatre and uncover the allure and risks of cryptocurrency as two women chase prosperity.
NTW’s KIDSTOWN creators on creating an adult-free world: “a place for children to come after a year of being tested”
NTW, Nigel Barrett and Louise Mari invite you to immerse your children in the Kidstown, a unique theatrical experience where creativity thrives and adults aren't welcome.
“We never expected to be here 40 years on” – MADNESS frontman SUGGS reflects on music, life and loss
Suggs from Madness discusses their upcoming show at Singleton Park, their new album, and reflects on the band's legendary 45-year journey.
Comedian-turned-novelist ANDI OSHO opens up about blended families and tough love in hilarious new book, TOUGH CROWD
Eve Davies speaks to comedian-turned-novelist Andi Osho about her latest book, Tough Crowd, which delves into the world of blended families, challenging relationships, and stand-up comedy.
Bala-based author Clare Mackintosh she delves into the world of reality TV manipulation in her latest crime thriller, A Game Of Lies. We spoke to her inspiration, the influence of her police background, and her love for Wales.
Manon Steffan Ros, the Yoto Carnegie medal winner, discusses her award-winning novel, The Blue Book Of Nebo. Discover the significance of hope, the power of language, and the bond between mother and son in a post-apocalyptic world.
“We need community in order to survive” – RACHEL DAWSON on her debut novel NEON ROSES, finding strength in unity
Rachel Dawson's Neon Roses explores themes of identity, activism, and family dynamics amidst the backdrop of the miners' strike in 1980s Wales, uncovering strength in unity and the power of community.
Learn about the remarkable journey of Dutch writer Bas Steman as he uncovers his supernatural connection to Wales in documentary film, The Incredible Story of Private Morgan.
Explore the personal side of renowned harpist Catrin Finch as she reveals her favourite films, guilty pleasures, dream outfit, and more.
Discover how Duke Al, part of the Anti-Racism Storytelling Pathways team, empowers communities through storytelling at the 30th anniversary of Beyond The Border festival.
In the first of a series of Beyond The Border interviews, Michael Harvey delves into his performance - bringing diverse tales from Wales to Québec - at the 30th anniversary of the literary festival.
As the West End production of Annie prepares to grace Cardiff this month, Amy Wild spoke with Strictly star Craig Revel Horwood about his experience playing its iconic character Miss Hannigan.