With memorable characters, and songs so catchy that we’re all singing along by the second chorus, Beyond The Blizzard is a show that’s a joy to be part of.
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.
Buzz’s west coast correspondent Julia Deli was in Cardigan town centre for this year’s edition of Cymro-Irish crossover event Other Voices.
Explore Llanelli's Local Fires: Joshua Jones' debut story collection weaves vivid tales embracing place, people, and resonant experiences.
Titled Dim Dwywaith (Not Twice), slacker rockers Mellt's new record features accounts of adulthood, Welsh identity and technological development. The band told Emma Way more about it.
One of Bob Marley's many musical sons, the philanthropic Julian Marley answers our trademark Things That Made Me questions ahead of two Welsh live dates.
A fiery fusion of folk and classical music from Budapest Cafe Orchestra gripped audiences at Cardigan's Theatr Mwldan.
Chaotic and beautiful, Islet's Soft Fascination is an album that defies conventions and invites you on an auditory journey.
Edwina Hayes delivers sublime music and heartfelt stories on a sweltering night at the Miners' Theatre, Ammanford.
The enchanting world of Circo Rum Ba Ba's L’Hotel in Cardigan will make all your running away with the circus dreams come true.
“I feel I need to impress Cardiff – maybe I’ll do a handstand” – RICHARD COLES, from vicar to national trinket
Ahead of his first-ever UK tour, Borderline National Trinket, Richard Coles opens up about sexuality, being mistaken for a member of The Housemartins, and his love for village gossip.