Friends’ Scheme

Become a Friend of Wales Arts Review today, and you will not only be ensuring our work documenting and debating art and culture in Wales continues and improves, but you will be eligible for special offers and exclusive gifts throughout the year. Joining the Friends Scheme has many benefits, but above all it helps support the running of Wales Arts Review in our mission to make high quality writing about arts and culture in Wales and the world free and accessible to everyone.

Silver – 12 month subscription – £39.95

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Gold – 12 month subscription – £59.95

 

 

 

Silver Members’ benefits include:

  • Free and exclusive e-book on joining
  • Discount on Wales Arts Review products
  • Discount at affiliated events
  • Earlybird booking for affiliated events
  • Quarterly specially designed e-magazine straight to your inbox

Gold Members’ benefits include:

  • Free and exclusive e-book on joining
  • Discount on Wales Arts Review products
  • Discount at affiliated events
  • Earlybird booking for affiliated events
  • Quarterly specially designed e-magazine straight to your inbox
  • PLUS, a one-year’s subscription to the Lonely Crowd Magazine
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The Lonely Crowd – New Home of the Short Story

Close engagement with the arts in Wales has revealed a richness and diversity of creativity that has inspired each one of our contributors. Wales Arts Review has played a significant role in bringing to public attention the world-class arts-makers and writers of Wales. We view our role as supportive of the Welsh arts but that is only meaningful if as critics we are also forthright and incisive. We are creating a national record for the arts in Wales, and for future generations to study. Most importantly, we publish well-written, passionate and informative articles that are a pleasure to read in themselves, and not merely to be quoted on posters.

Founded in March 2012, Wales Arts Review is a new media platform where a new generation of critics and arts lovers can meet to engage in a robust and inclusive discussion about books, theatre, film, music, the visual arts, politics, and the media.

In the years since we started, we have published nearly 2,000 articles by over 250 writers.

We have come a long way in a short time, but we continue to need the support of our readers if we are to maintain and improve our high standards in the years to come. By joining the FRIENDS’ SCHEME, your contribution will ensure that those standards are met, and that we can continue to provide high quality writing on the arts and culture of Wales and the world for free to our readers.