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Wales Arts Review
Online hub for Welsh arts and culture. Covering literature, theatre, music, cinema, visual arts and cultural events.
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Wales Arts Review 2h
Live | travelled to to witness a performance from flautist Emma Coulthard (), in which she presents a concert of Irish music in partnership with .
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immerses audiences with in a multi-sensory story of discovery. We caught up with 's co-Artistic Director and performer Lucy Garland ().
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Wales Arts Review Mar 20
Traditional publisher, self-publishing or a hybrid approach? Adam Somerset tuned into 's to listen to a discussion concerning the economics of being a writer.
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Wales Arts Review Mar 19
"So, it is explosive, surprising, dense and absurd. Above all it is an ode to resistance and perseverance." - Director Mathilde Lopez explores the impulses and ambitions behind her re-imagining of Victor Hugo's French classic .
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Wales Arts Review Mar 18
"Y Brain/ Kargalar offers a unique duplicity of theatrical experience..." on the new show from
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Gary Raymond Mar 16
is already blowing people away before it hits the ground running in Newport next week . Here’s a quick chat I had with me old mucka and playwright .
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Wales Arts Review Mar 16
The second in our new series of is by . These vignettes will be glimpses into the thinking of the writer and their experiences; from the day-to-day to the extraordinary.
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Wales Arts Review Mar 16
"I felt a huge sense of pressure not to let Newport and the people in it down." - Award-winning playwright, , chats to the morning after the opening night of her new play, , with .
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Nigel Jarrett Mar 15
As we continue to thrash about in the muddy waters of Brexit, the book of essays on the subject, Unfinished Business, by Geraint Talfan Davies, is still timely reading. Here's my review of it in the Wales Arts Review
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Dr Emily Garside Mar 15
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Wales Arts Review Mar 15
"Gareth Wood’s Cardiff Bay Overture reflects the history of that iconic part of the capital city..." - Neil Collins chats to Conductor, Michael Bell MBE about this powerful programme.
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Wales Arts Review Mar 15
"...funny, intelligent, honest..." on 's latest,
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Wales Arts Review Mar 14
Culture spokesperson for makes an impassioned argument for Wales’ place in the cultural communities of Europe as Brexit looms.
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Wales Arts Review Mar 14
"Intersectionality has rarely been explored on Welsh stages [...] so O’Reilly’s matter-of-fact approach to the subject matter is certainly impactful." - considers , the latest production from and .
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Wales Arts Review Mar 12
Live | attended Hoddinott Hall for BBC National Orchestra of Wales' () celebration of of Augusta Holmès, Clara Schumann, Joan Tower and Florence B. Price for their International Women’s Day Concert.
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Wales Arts Review Mar 12
"There is, however, more at stake here than mere catharsis for the artists." - Grace Patrick takes in the latest Welsh offering, , from the in London.
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Wales Arts Review Mar 10
"Fiction is a way to explore those less ordinary and less commonplace perspectives..." - Award-winning author Hayley Long takes time out of her busy schedule to talk to Dr Ben Screech about her work, influences and the wider young adult genre.
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Wales Arts Review Mar 9
Wales Arts Review is pleased to present a new series of literary vignettes, first up is by . These vignettes will be glimpses into the thinking of the writer and their experiences; from the day-to-day to the extraordinary.
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Aber Writing Fest Mar 8
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Rebecca Gould Mar 8
Thanks for including me . Amazing company to be in.
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