What started as a group to get Muslim and people from Asian backgrounds outdoors has blossomed into an international community. Elouise Hobbs speaks to the man behind the Active Inclusion Network, Haroon Mota.
Discover the work of rising Welsh painter Caitlin Flood-Molyneux in her recent solo exhibition, Suspended In Time, which ruminates on trauma, loss, and love.
We spoke to author Tony Curtis about his debut novel, Darkness In The City Of Light, shortlisted for the Paul Torday Prize. Uncover the hidden truths of occupied France and a chilling pursuit of a notorious serial killer.
Things that made me: RHYS from GOLDIE LOOKIN CHAIN opens up on classical music, weird dreams & tracksuits
Discover the lesser-known aspects of Rhys from GLC's life and career, from tear-jerking films to secret upcoming projects, and some surprising musical picks.
Malgola Gulczynska, a musician from Poland now based in Cardiff, shares her authentic, unapologetic approach to songwriting, her foray into chiptune music, and her passion for challenging herself creatively.
South Walian indie-pop artist Hana Lili reflects on her unforgettable experience supporting Coldplay at Cardiff's Principality Stadium.
Kelly Jones of Stereophonics speaks to Elliot Oakley about his new cross-Atlantic bluesy sideproject, Far From Saints.
“I wanted to make the new album while I was still alive” – THE ALARM’s MIKE PETERS on living with cancer and the future
Mike Peters, frontman of The Alarm, talks about how the recording process of new album Forwards was shaped by his cancer treatment.
Glitterbox creative manager Amanda Hamilton shares insights on their success, inclusive atmosphere, and what to expect at one of their events.
“Tony Blair and Macbeth are victims of hubris” – writer STEVE BROWN on his political anti-musical TONY!
The time has come to, as they say, bring back Blair. No, wait! In the form of a song-based theatrical satire. Ahead of Tony! [The Tony Blair Rock Opera]’s run …
Get to know Slate, the four-piece band taking Cardiff by storm with their debut single Tabernacl. Find out about their poetic songwriting, musical influences and how they sound live.
DRAG RACE UK winner DANNY BEARD: “People want to spout hate and punch down. I’m all about punching up”
Drag Race UK winner Danny Beard on their Cardiff tour date, advocating for drag as an artform and their journey of triumph and talent.
Meet Haitham Shamsan, the ambitious designer behind Double Crossed Clothing, who bridges cultures through unique, stylish fashion.
From Drag Race to the West End, Divina de Campo's journey continues taking her to diverse places: including under the sea for the SpongeBob musical in Cardiff Bay.
Discover how Dream State, the post-hardcore band, made a comeback with a new EP and a sold-out tour. Aled Evans and Jake Bowen discuss the pressures of changing their name and what's kept Dream State alive.
“Music should be about shocking people” – LEFTFIELD’s Neil Barnes on making music that defies conformity & ignites dancefloors
Neil Barnes of Leftfield discusses the duo's commitment to staying unique in the dance music scene, as well as their progressive ideas that link music and psychotherapy.
Rising indie rock band Eurekas talk to us about their upcoming single Made You Look, its unique sound, and political themes; plus, their upcoming plans and future gigs.
Welsh music icon, Shakin' Stevens reveals his most recent film that made him cry, his guilty pleasure TV show, and his thoughts on forming queues at boarding gates.
Riot Grrrl-influenced Dream Wife are still hot property, three albums in - but just don't call them a girl band. Learn how they formed and what inspires their unique sound.
Theatrau Sir Gâr’s first in-house production Golygfeydd O’r Pla Du takes a side-swap of a subject not usually ripe for satire: medieval Wales in the time of the Black Death. Hari Berrow finds out more.
Get to know Ted Lasso's Nick Mohammed and his hilarious character, Mr. Swallow ahead of his theatre tour, The Very Best And Worst Of Mr. Swallow.
“The stories are a vehicle for me to explore and unpack trauma” – JOSHUA JONES on his debut story collection
With a debut fiction collection, a community art space, and a music project on the go, learn how tireless artist Joshua Jones manages multiple creative projects in Wales, and what inspires him.
“I was carried through the crowd in a coffin” – One to watch: synthpop Welsh wrestling legacy TARA BANDITO
With a self-titled album out and a bunch of gigs coming up, it's time you got to know Tara Bandito, the rising synthpop artist with a family history of wrestling.
“It ain’t about the fucking money” – Pepper Keenan of CORROSION OF CONFORMITY talks sludge metal band’s evolution
Pepper Keenan shares his thoughts on Corrosion of Conformity's evolution, the pandemic's impact on the band, and what fans can expect from their new music.