Rhys Edwards presents La mamma morta, a new short film from Welsh National Opera aiming to tackle HIV stigma in Wales.
Rebecca Wilson reflects on why Mrs Roberts Dre failed to cast her, a real Jew, as Mary in Ysgol Cwm-y-Glo’s nativity play.
Joe Rossiter, the IWA’s Policy and External Affairs Manager, reflects ahead of COP28 on the state of climate and inequality
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.
Senedd reform can be part of a suite of measures to reinvigorate our stagnant democracy, and we must meet the scale of change, writes Joe Rossiter
The inadequate childcare offer in Wales has devastating effects for children and their parents, writes Sarah Rees, Head of Oxfam Cymru.
Marine Furet enjoys a new production rooted in Cardiffian history at the Sherman Theatre.
Her colleagues celebrate the memory of Professor Dame Terry Rees, who led on pioneering research promoting gender equality.
David Rees MS, Chair of the Reform Bill Committee, examines how better representation and scrutiny can lead to a healthier democracy in Wales