Black Grape warm up frosty noses and cold-bitten toes in a Cardiff show with fresh energy and real teeth.
Moving into December and January, a roundup of theatre, pantos, concerts, festivals and more taking place in the Yuletide build-up and aftermath.
It’s not all craic and spilled beer with Dundalk folk-rockers The Mary Wallopers… but, in fairness, it mostly is at the Tramshed tonight.
The guys at Steelhouse have hit upon the idea of hosting an away day four months after everyone has come down from the musical and literal high of the 2023 festival.
During their first tour in 40 years, Haircut 100 wow Cardiff’s Tramshed with a clean-cut performance that was like they had never left.
“I’m so proud of our little band” – HAIRCUT 100: Nick Heyward & Les Nemes reflect on 40 years of PELICAN WEST
Haircut 100 blazed into the early 1980s. Now on their first tour in 40 years, Billy Edwards speaks to frontman Nick Heyward and bassist Les Nemes on their revived fortune.
Discover the best of SŴN Festival 2023 in Cardiff with our roundup of live reviews, from Mickey Callisto to Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs.
Baxter Dury is an excellent performer in his own right, and the achievements of his band are no less: there’s no doubt about it, this is a must-see act.
In a world where the appeal of music often hinges on commercialisation and trends, the words of Yuseff Dayes continue to resonate.
Ahead of a mighty rare UK tour, including only their second Welsh show in nearly 40 years, Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls talks about their fanbase, the mainstreaming of queerness and being captured in documentary form.
Tuck into the best Welsh food festivals this August and beyond, from Milford Haven's diverse street food to Aberaeron's beer & cider fest, and more.
With a decent conversation and a few reinventions of fan-favourite tracks, Peter Doherty's 'In Conversation' performance in Cardiff is a show with room to grow.