D.J. Howells enjoys an authentic evocation of 1970s Rhondda in John Geraint’s The Great Welsh Auntie Novel.
On the day of an iconic World Cup quarter final clash in Qatar, Dylan Moore reviews Rhys Richards’ book about another time football was soiled by sportwashing
Glyndwr Cennydd Jones reviews Will Hayward’s book Independent Nation: Should Wales Leave the UK?
Marine Furet reviews Tales of the Brothers Grimm, the Sherman Theatre’s Christmas production.
Marine Furet enjoys the Sherman Theatre’s bilingual production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, adapted by Nia Morais and Mari Izzard.
Dylan Moore says the judges’ – and people’s – choice of The Fortune Men makes for a vital reckoning with history – and with the present
Dylan Moore praises Circle of Fifths, a brand new production from the National Theatre of Wales exploring our experiences of loss and grief.
Merlin Gable reviews Pamela Petro’s The Long Field, a memoir about her connection to Wales and the much discussed notion of ‘hiraeth’.
Marine Furet reviews A Hero of the People, a new adaptation of a play by Henrik Ibsen from the Sherman Theatre.