• Gareth Griffith

    Gareth Griffith: A Studio Visit

    Ahead of Gareth Griffith’s Trelar, Trailer exhibition, which opens at the Aberystwyth Arts Centre this month before going on to Ty Pawb, Wrexham in September, and Oriel Davies in January […]

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    Theatre | Much Ado About Nothing (Everyman)

    Thomas Tyrrell attends Everyman Theatre’s traditional but enjoyable open-air production of Much Ado About Nothing. Everyman Theatre’s Shakespeare productions are becoming an annual ritual for me: over the past couple […]

  • Books: The South Westerlies by Jane Fraser

    Books: The South Westerlies by Jane Fraser

    Kathryn Tann reviews the debut short story collection from Jane Fraser, the Gower-inspired cycle, The South Westerlies. The South Westerlies, Jane Fraser’s debut short story collection, moves with the wind […]

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    Books: Leading To Texas-2 by Aled Smith

    Sion Tomos Owen reviews the debut novel from Aled Smith, the macabre black comedy of Leading to Texas-2. With any new contemporary valleys-based novel, I find myself piecing together locations, descriptions and […]

  • Gwen

    Cinema: Gwen

    Gary Raymond reviews, Gwen, the debut feature from writer/director William McGregor starring Maxine Peake and Eleanor Worthington-Cox. It’s grim ooop north. Words you can imagine Maxine Peake saying in her […]

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