Zoe Brigley reviews a new anthology of poetry and prose that reckons with the effects of climate change around the world.
Dylan Moore enjoys A470: Poems for the Road, a bilingual poem collection taking inspiration from the road crossing Wales from North to South.
Marine Furet reviews Petula, a new production combining surreal aesthetics with remarkable absurdist scenes.
Yasmin Begum hails a raw voice of working class resistance to police corruption.
Merlin Gable reviews cardiff cut, and wonders if its portrayal of alternative lifestyles and rebellion still speaks to readers twenty years on.
In this review of Tôpher Mills’ selected poems, Nia Moseley-Roberts reflects on the ebb and flow of a collection brimming with life.
Dylan Moore delights in a ragbag collection of essays celebrating the life of longtime friend of the IWA Nigel Jenkins
Marine Furet reviews The Boy with Two Hearts, the Wales Millenium Centre’s latest production.
Dylan Moore says to improve public discourse, we need to rediscover our moral compass