Review: Mags is a melting pot of theatricality
Emily Garside Mags is part of a growing – and welcome – trend among bilingual performance pieces where languages mix…One comment.
Review: The Homeless Heart-throb is incandescently entertaining
Jon Gower It’s not often you imagine people having to buckle up before reading a bunch of short stories but…No comments.
Review: The Accident – what went wrong?
Dylan Wyn Williams On a cold dark October eve, armed with a cuppa and feet up, I was ready…12 comments.
Review: Cofiwch Dryweryn: Cymru’n Deffro / Wales Awakening
Jon Gower Two words, painted white against a red background, seem on the face of it a simple graffito. ‘Cofiwch…16 comments.
Review: Hela demonstrates the creativity of bilingual theatre
Emily Garside Hela by Mari Izzard rounds off The Violence Series at The Other Room. A series of three plays,…No comments.
Review: The Gloves are Off is an entertaining, engaging romp
Jon Gower A loyal try scorer for Bridgend, grounding the ball almost 300 times in his playing career for the…2 comments.
Review: Amanda Palmer’s latest show is a tour de force
Chris Paul For those uninitiated a quick explanation. Amanda Palmer, previously of the respectable punk duo Dresden Dolls, is…No comments.
The top 10 most terrifying ghosts and ghouls in all of Wales
Yes, we all know that ghosts don’t exist, but it’s one thing to believe that and another not to walk…7 comments.
Halloween in Wales: The spine-chilling tale of the Welsh Jack o’-lantern
Mark Rees Nothing quite encapsulates the spirit of Halloween like the flickering face of a finely-carved jack-o’-lantern. Much like the…One comment.