Way back in 1991, and frustrated with a lack of information of what’s on, where to go, and where things were happening in Cardiff, Buzz Magazine was born. After a few months of plotting, planning, name changing, knocking on doors, drumming up support, and of course, a few halves of cider and black, it quickly became the must-have what’s on guide for anyone wanting to know what’s going on in the city, and it has kept growing ever since.
Over the decades, Buzz has held firm and innovated in an ever-changing landscape. It’s now regarded as the go-to publication for coverage of art, clubs, music, theatre, comedy, sport, books, events, food & drink, the environment, well-being and lifestyle and all manner of other nooks, crannies and curiosities all across Wales. From a humble local what’s on guide, Buzz has flourished into a vibrant cross media platform full of reviews, interviews, features, columns and commentary, cosmopolitan in outlook, but always with a Welsh focus.
OUR WORK WITH YOUNG PEOPLE
Supporting young people is very important to us and throughout our history we have provided work experience opportunities and bespoke community workshops. However, in 2020 and in light of the impact COVID 19 has had on our creative community, we decided to refocus our efforts and launched BUZZ CULTURE, our brand new learning experience for young people from less advantaged and underrepresented backgrounds.