Marine Furet reviews Peter Pan, the Sherman Theatre’s Christmas production in partnership with Theatr Iolo.
Adam Somerset examines ‘Tryweryn: A New Dawn?’, Wyn Thomas’ third instalment of books that explore the cultural and political history of Wales.
Rebecca Wilson speaks to Steffan Donnelly, Artistic Director of Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru, about his role and what’s next for the company.
Gracie Richards speaks to first time filmmakers, writer-director Craig Williams and producer Julien Allen about their debut short film, The
Maisie Allen explores the rise of new independent Welsh record labels and its implications for the future of the Welsh music scene.
Rhys Edwards presents a programme designed by the Welsh National Opera to help people with Long-Covid symptoms.
Dylan Moore flicks through the Hay Festival programme with his highlighter pen
Maisie Allen talks to theatremakers in Wales and beyond to understand the challenges facing creatives working in the industry.
Maisie Allen enjoys Trouble in Butetown, currently at the Donmar Warehouse in London until 25 March 2023.
Adam Johannes argues Welsh Government has not shielded libraries from austerity and urges a Wales Libraries Act to stop future budget cuts
Baroness Kay Andrews OBE looks back at and celebrates at her time as Chair of the Wales Committee of The National Heritage Lottery Fund.