For those who wish to enter into the spirit of LGBTQ History Month this February, we highlight some queer-friendly events taking place, as well as groups and spaces for any time of the year.
The appearance of ancient Welsh folkloric icon the Mari Lwyd and her retinue in Cardigan's pubs instils a mixture of fear and excitement this January.
Florence Sutcliffe-Braithwaite and Natalie Thomlinson, authors of Women And The Miners’ Strike 1984–1985, suggest the strike's political, social and cultural impact has been overstated, especially concerning women.
With the season of giving in mind and the cost of living crisis, here are six appeals across Wales to donate to during the holidays.
Moving into December and January, a roundup of theatre, pantos, concerts, festivals and more taking place in the Yuletide build-up and aftermath.
The Bwcabus debate in mid and west Wales has opened up a can of worms about the funding of public services. Julia Deli reports on the campaign, from the position of an involved party.
New to Tonypandy, Rhondda Escape Rooms' Stranger Things Experience makes for a thrilling adventure in the heart of the town.
Ahead of its anniversary celebrations, find out about the journey of Riverside Farmers' Market, Cardiff's pioneer in sustainable, fresh produce and community spirit.
Discover 20 diverse and family-friendly activities for summer fun in Wales. From fairy festivals to theatre shows and science talks, keep young minds entertained while they learn.
“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.
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.
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.
Wales' specific history with hip-hop culture goes deeper than you may think, and is being told with the help of community theatre company Avant Cymru.
Discover a vibrant lineup of LGBTQ+ Pride events in Wales from June onwards, including Pride Cymru, drag comedy cabaret, nature celebrations, disco parties, and more.
If you're after some Easter things to do, check out our roundup of fun-filled activities, including egg hunts, cabaret shows, and workshops.
To celebrate LGBTQ+ History Month, we've got some dates, places and people where you can observe the past, present and future of the LGBTQ+ movement this February.
‘Tis the season of giving and while these charitable organisations will appreciate your help all year round, unfortunately, the need to do so is greater than ever this Christmas.
From churches to TV to tours to a country wellness retreat, there’s nowhere Charlotte Church can’t call home – even if ‘home’ is ever-changing.
Deri Reed is an established figure on the Welsh food scene, and with his latest venture Cegin Hedyn, he's putting the local community first.
If you or your younger offspring are looking to get into the world's greatest role-playing game, there have never been more avenues for you to do so, both online and in-person.
“Forget Loose Women, we’re the Loose Grannies!” – 4 Cardiff nans take over BBC Radio Wales with NANI HACKS
New radio series Nani Hacks offers advice and shared experiences about growing up and growing old. John Evans speaks to the four funny and lovable Nanis about generational divides and celebrating older women.
“We are different and that’s something to be celebrated” – Hay’s first Pride organisers bring queer colour to town
Hay Pride founders Helen and Graham discuss the importance and challenges that come with creating LGBT+ events in less urban areas.
Get those Union Jack flags waving and enjoy the long bank holiday weekend with these dozen displays of domestic deference in Wales.
Laura Fedeli speaks to the people who’ve kept small Welsh venues running, through the good and bad times, and finds out how they did it as restrictions took over.