Andrew Cecil considers the opportunities and practical challenges that would face a national Welsh cricket team.
Marine Furet reviews Ie Ie Ie, a new production from Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru.
Gwilym Hubbard reviews Cymru and I, a collection of essays exploring the many narratives that inform Wales today.
Kaja Brown enjoys The First XXXmas – A very naughty-tivity, the third in the Wales Millennium Centre’s XXXmas trilogy.
Rhys Edwards presents La mamma morta, a new short film from Welsh National Opera aiming to tackle HIV stigma in Wales.
Marine Furet reviews Peter Pan, the Sherman Theatre’s Christmas production in partnership with Theatr Iolo.
With Mike Jenkins’ Igh Sheriff o Merthyr, Caitlin Jones enjoys a collection that grounds itself in the familiar to offer a scathing critique of the powers that rule our everyday.
Tom Kemp enjoys the musical of Branwen: Dadeni based on the Mabinogion from the Wales Millennium Centre.
Tom Kemp reviews Gwawr Loader’s Y Fenyw Mewn Du, the Welsh language adaptation of Stephen Malatratt and Susan Hill’s classic ghost story, The Woman in Black.
As Doctor Who returns to our screens, Emily Garside shares her thoughts on the career and cultural significance of Welsh screenwriter, Russell T Davies
Matthaus Bridge reviews Manon Steffan Ros’ Welsh language production of Eugène Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at the Sherman Theatre.