Kaja Brown reviews Es and Flo, a production from the Wales Millennium Centre which will soon transfer to the Kiln Theatre in London
Sanctuary – There Must Be Somewhere: Poetry Review
Kaja Brown reviews the collection of poems Sanctuary – There Must Be Somewhere, and looks at how it resonates with today’s society.
Hymnal: An Early Life in Verse
Maisie Allen reviews Julia Bell’s debut poetry collection Hymnal, published in April 2023 by Parthian Books.
Review: The Cost of Living, National Theatre Wales
Marine Furet reviews The Cost of Living, a new production from National Theatre Wales currently at the Swansea Grand Theatre
Claude Cahun: Beneath This Mask
Kaja Brown explores the work of internationally known queer artist Claude Cahun, which is currently exhibited in Penarth.
Review: Criminal Justice in Crisis
Dr Bharat Malkani reviews Richard Wyn Jones and Robert Jones’ book The Welsh Criminal Justice System: On the Jagged Edge
Review: Trouble in Butetown
Maisie Allen enjoys Trouble in Butetown, currently at the Donmar Warehouse in London until 25 March 2023.
Review: There is Nothing Natural About Nature Writing
Saskia McCracken reviews contemporary Welsh essayist Jasmine Donahaye’s new book of nature writing Birdsplaining
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.