At a panel discussion in Port Talbot, first-time director Michael Sheen and other production members talk about the making of BBC drama The Way.
For Valentine’s Day week, Techniquest’s adults-only events get a special V-Day edition, ‘Love On The Brain’, giving date night an edutainment twist.
Two of the creators of Feral Monster, an explosive new musical from National Theatre Wales, tell us what it was like penning the queer and chaotic show.
Full of rustic French charm and an earthy tranquality, The Taste Of Things is a genuinely heart- and soul-warming pick this Valentine’s Day.
Today, with women’s rights and bodies still battlegrounds, the stories in A Darker Shade rip apart gender conventions with a terrible but ingenious vigour.
As we bid adieu to 2023, let’s take a gander back at the music, theatre, film and TV that our writers and editors took a real shine to for our Top 5 of each.
Those who’ve never thought about video games in a critical, introspective light before may never play them the same way again after reading Critical Hits.
To celebrate its 30th anniversary, you’ll be able to see Jurassic Park In Concert this month, which is Hannah Collins’ cue to remind you of the film’s unexpected Welsh connection.
The single-note soundscapes on this debut solo album from the Erasure songwriter and Depeche Mode founder member have a wealth of wordless wonder to offer human ears.
Post-pandemic, themed bars back with a vengeance, with two new conceptual venues arriving in Cardiff this month.
Cardiff’s first Disco Festival is a non-stop party from start to finish, leaving a thirsty audience sated and bathed in sweat and sparkle.