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Online hub for Welsh arts and culture. Covering literature, theatre, music, cinema, visual arts and cultural events.
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Dave Bryant Jan 20
Absolutely one of my favourite albums of all time, which I'm sure I've probably said before and will say again.
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Eamonn Sheehy Jan 20
Reading: GREAT WELSH ALBUMS: GENERATION TERRORISTS BY MANIC STREET PREACHERS via
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Wales Arts Review Jan 20
"Admittedly the story does hit most of the same beats as the original but it hits them well..." - takes a spoonful of sugar as she reviews .
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Wales Arts Review Jan 20
In a new series, we will be asking what are the greatest albums ever produced by Welsh musical artists? A wide selection of writers will be examining their favourites. In this entry, pens a love letter to 's .
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Gary Raymond Jan 19
From an inspiring field, Betty Campbell is a modern, progressive, inclusive, internationalist choice and helps put some distance between Wales's misguided leave vote and the white English nationalism of Brexit. My piece for
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Wales Arts Review Jan 19
"These two programmes came quietly into the schedules. It goes without saying that the main media of Wales showed no interest." - Adam Somerset listens to two radio productions that have Welsh history at their centre; and .
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Debanjan Chakrabarti Jan 18
It was a privilege to unveil the leg of the programme this afternoon. A feast of literature, theatre, creativity and education in partnership with
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Wales Arts Review Jan 18
" may well give rise to a new kind of individualism within entertainment..." - takes a look at , the latest episode of many are citing as a watershed moment in television history.
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Wales Arts Review Jan 18
Wales and Innovative Poetry In Part 2 of this extract from 'The Edge of Necessary: Wales and Innovative Poetry', editors and trace the emergence of the modern poetry scene in Wales.
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Wales Arts Review Jan 16
"Though the poetic voice hails from a place of privilege [...] closes with a glimpse of those who travel nowadays out of dire necessity." - takes time to digest 's latest poetry collection, .
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Wales Arts Review Jan 15
Meme and Meme Again: A Generational Thing? asks if we have missed an opportunity to have a serious open discussion about what is appropriate and what is not in the meme culture of public debate.
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Wales Arts Review Jan 11
"Modernism was a distraction, and Welsh poetry, in both languages, was held to be innately conservative." - and introduce a ground-breaking new anthology of Welsh poetry that showcases a strong tradition of experimentalism.
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Ewan Smith Jan 11
Oooh, where are those book tokens I got at Christmas...
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Wales Arts Review Jan 11
"Modernism was a distraction, and Welsh poetry, in both languages, was held to be innately conservative." - and introduce a ground-breaking new anthology of Welsh poetry that showcases a strong tradition of experimentalism.
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Wales Arts Review Jan 10
7.01 | Wales Arts Review Person of the Year | Vote in Welsh Hidden Heroines | Sandi Toksvig | Bird Box | Wales and Innovative Poetry | Plus Much More -
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Wales Arts Review Jan 10
"Will anything [SONY] do with Spider-Man that’s not in conjunction with the MCU just be a rehashing of what’s come before, only not as good?" - Carolyn Percy asks if is just another movie.
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Wales Haiku Journal Jan 8
We are delighted to receive our copy of Barking Mad, a beautiful collection of dog-themed haiku edited by Corine Timmer. Proceeds from sales of the book will go towards helping street dogs in Faro, Portugal. A great cause and some great haiku too!
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Wales Arts Review Jan 6
Vote ~ Hidden Heroines: Who Will Be Your Vote for the Welsh Hidden Heroines? Vote to decide who will be immortalised as the first public statue of a historical Welsh woman in Wales.
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Wales Arts Review Jan 8
From the Archive | Zulu "'Zulu' is a formidable film-making achievement; yet it is this very excellence that should compel us to examine its ideological flaws." We look back at 's 2013 exploration of the art of .
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