Ie Ie Ie is an important, well-performed and well-constructed show from Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru that should be taken to every school in Wales.
“Storytellling changes minds, not debates” – SCREEN DEEP explores film & TV’s world-changing possibilities
Ellen E. Jones’ Screen Deep: How Film And TV Can Solve Racism And Save The World seeks to explore how popular media can shape our view of minority ethnic groups.
Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru continues its run of innovative remounts this month with Ie Ie Ie, helmed by one half of Wales' first non-binary directing team, Juliette Manon.
If you’re looking for a rewarding read for the start of 2024, look no further than Confrontations by Simone Atangana Bekono.
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.
A Christmas Carol – As Told By Jacob Marley (Deceased) is a one-man show and fairly straight retelling of the novel, with Marley as its ghostly narrator.
Mineko's Night Market is a charming indie game blending crafting, mystery, and Japanese culture.
Hidden beneath the spotlight of their larger equivalents, small Welsh theatres play a vital but often overlooked role in their communities.
Embark on a magical journey with Pig Boy as Michael Harvey's debut novel brings Welsh mythology to life.
Delyth Badder and Mark Norman offer fascinating insights into Welsh encounters with spirits in their latest book, The Folklore Of Wales: Ghosts.
Dive into the heart of Welsh mythology with Miranda Aldhouse-Green's Enchanted Wales and uncover ancient tales and their cultural significance.