Marine Furet reviews The Cost of Living, a new production from National Theatre Wales currently at the Swansea Grand Theatre
A New Wave of Welsh Language Music
Owain Elidir Williams delves into the Welsh language music scene and praises its newfound sense of confidence
Claude Cahun: Beneath This Mask
Kaja Brown explores the work of internationally known queer artist Claude Cahun, which is currently exhibited in Penarth.
‘It takes more than just music creation to make a scene’: Showcasing Welsh MOBO
Reporting on a recent event held at Amgueddfa Cymru, Tia-zakura Camilleri reflects on the way institutions are changing to diversify and enhance MOBO presence.
Review: Trouble in Butetown
Maisie Allen enjoys Trouble in Butetown, currently at the Donmar Warehouse in London until 25 March 2023.
TransForm Music: Creating space for transgender and non-binary people in the Welsh music scene
As a new wave of queer Welsh artists arises, Casper James explores the experiences of transgender people in music and how we can support them.
The Welsh Music Industry: A Manifesto for Change
Alexandra Jones explores the music education system in Wales and what changes can be made to improve opportunities for young Welsh music industry professionals.
On Screen, Off Screen: Self-Documentation and Women’s Liberation
Shedding light on the feminist film collectives of the 1980s, Talulah Thomas examines their lasting legacy on feminist activism today.
Review: There is Nothing Natural About Nature Writing
Saskia McCracken reviews contemporary Welsh essayist Jasmine Donahaye’s new book of nature writing Birdsplaining
Of Cigarettes and Scars: Welsh Volunteers’ Voices from the Spanish Civil War
Elaine Canning sheds light on the role and motivations of Welsh volunteers who took up arms in Spain during the Civil War
Review: The Great Welsh Auntie Novel by John Geraint (Cambria Books, 2022)
D.J. Howells enjoys an authentic evocation of 1970s Rhondda in John Geraint’s The Great Welsh Auntie Novel.