Ben Woolhead takes a look at a new documentary about Tish Murtha, a Tyneside photographer who honed her craft in Newport before capturing the grit of the 1980s British underclass, and whose legacy is being preserved 10 years after her death thanks to filmmaker Paul Sng.
London band with black metal tendencies and a large amount of prog rock make what I think is their Newport debut, on a tour promoting a re-release of their 2018 …
Following a sold-out summer show for UK death metal big dogs Carcass in this venue, here’s one headlined by Polish genre icons Decapitated. Active since the 90s, they’ve rarely been …
A gloriously light-hearted cheesfest of 80s nostalgia, I Should Be So Lucky will have you dancing in the aisles.
Customer-focused, friendly and good, The Red Lion in Bonvilston has been around for hundreds of years and will doubtless continue.
It’s an evening for all kinds of music fans at the Utilita Arena in Cardiff, as rockers, ravers, punks and crusties turn out for the return of The Prodigy.
The King And I is a living testimony to how great stories can stand the test of time and still have something meaningful to say.
BDRMM aren’t your average static shoegaze mumblers, and this evening they meet the challenge of entertaining a rowdy Saturday crowd.