Irish singer-songwriter Hozier delivers a charming live performance at Cardiff Castle that feels both intimate and grand when needed.
Immerse yourself in Wales' vibrant cultural scene this July. With Cardiff Food and Drink Festival, Glastonbarry, Tafwyl, Tom Jones, and more, there's plenty of Welsh culture to sample in the summer.
S4C's Chief Executive Sian Doyle announced at Wales Screen Summit that the broadcaster is committing to producing one Welsh film a year.
Speaking at the Wales Screen Summit, Luke Evans revealed his casting in Michael Sheen's directorial debut The Way, and more about his upcoming film project with Billy Porter.
Since opening Ultracomida in 2001 as a small Aberystwyth deli, importing directly from producers, Paul Grimwood and Shumana Palit have built an impressive business.
As a fan of Friends I had high expectations that this musical parody would be good, and I’m pleased to say it exceeded them hugely.
“Nothing compares to wrestling – it keeps me well-fed, creatively” – Mark Andrews: Cardiff’s high-flying superstar
Wrestling-adjacent comic creator Josh Hicks speaks to WWE alum Mark Andrews about professional wrestling, Welsh pride and… hot tubs?
Riot Act isn’t just an important piece of theatre because it’s 50 years since the first Pride in the UK; it’s an important piece of theatre at any time.
This summer, Cardiff’s Blackwater Gallery collaborates with the women-led empowerment initiative Her Mark for their latest art exhibition, Far A Day.
Three days of muggy heat and glum clouds finally broke and framed the Cardiff Castle grounds against a candy-pink sunset for Primal Scream.
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.
Billed as Wales’ first media innovation event, ClwstwrVerse touches down in Cardiff, Mon 4 July, featuring workshops from Universal Pictures, Ffilm Cymru, BBC and more.