In one-man horror Deadstream, a desperate web influencer goes into a haunted house to do a livestream for sponsors in a bid to make money and save himself from debt.
This summer, Cardiff’s Blackwater Gallery collaborates with the women-led empowerment initiative Her Mark for their latest art exhibition, Far A Day.
Mellow Moon is an effervescent, promising debut from Alfie Templeman, cementing his reputation for making breezy indie-pop songs.
Swansea’s finest glam rockers Bandicoot took to Clwb Ifor Bach in Cardiff for a Saturday sell-out gig after the release of their debut album, Black After Dark.
On new album Covers, Cat Power gets to the heart of the songs she interprets, leaving the listener disinclined to make comparisons with the originals.
Although Phenotypes is not an easy read, its exploration of the ambiguities of racial classification in Brazil is a journey worth taking.
A timely satire with an all star cast, Don't Look Up is a film that feels frighteningly close to reality at times.
Experimental runway drag show MODE at Cardiff's Tramshed pays off in spades - even for a capital city saturated with the artform.
Jane Campion and Benedict Cumberbatch's Netflix cowboy drama The Power of the Dog leaves much to muse upon.
Heathers: The Musical brings 80s-infused fun, f-bombs and flashy colour to the WMC in Cardiff in a cold December.
National Museum Wales' The Rules of Art is a bold and inventive exhibition that de-colonises and flattens all notions of history and hierachy.
Though billed as a comedy, The Tigerface Show at Newport's Riverfront left Lynda Nash feeling far from amused.