Following a few years as a solo act, Newport's Jack Perrett tells Ewa Pałka he’s joined forces with friends to form new band, Eurekas, poised to take on festival season.
Eve Davies profiles three small food businesses beloved by the communities they serve in Swansea.
While it’s all too easy to pop into one of the umpteen Starbucks or Maccy Ds while you’re out, about and hungry this summer, Dan Edwards is on a mission to persuade you otherwise.
A testament to the power and talent of working-class artists and the ability of theatre to open pathways to healing, Circle Of Fifths is one of the best works to come from National Theatre Wales in recent years.
Following a short run of shows supporting Harry Styles, Nashville’s Mitski headlined to mesmerising effect at Cardiff University.
In an evening bursting with Welsh spirit, Stereophonics headlined their mega-gig at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on Friday & Saturday.
Have you ever been to a theatre production that made you laugh so hard you started crying? If not, then go see Mischief Theatre’s much-loved meta-comedy The Play That Goes Wrong at the Wales Millenium Centre.
After much anticipation and two venue changes, Californian indie group TV Girl made their Welsh debut to a sold-out Tramshed.
Roxanne de Bastion may recall the friendly crowd of 25 in Cardiff as she prepares to play to a sold-out arena of thousands.
Leicester-born R'n'B singer Mahalia exuded positive energy during her showstopping performance at Cardiff’s Tramshed.
Head Noise, a trio from the south Wales Valleys, delivered a dynamic, oddball and theatrical performance on the last Friday of May.
It is clear that the entire cast and crew put their hearts and souls into this film, and so refreshing to see this come from an upcoming Welsh production company.