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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 Apr 21
"The training was that of a poor youth raised in the depression era..." - Adam Somerset looks back on the life and work of one of Wales' most celebrated sculptors, Jonah Jones, in his centenary year.
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Wales Arts Review Apr 21
"Their performance was glittering, churchly, metallic, and with a scope of geographical breadth and spiritual depth." - witnessed a special concert along with two guest conductors: and .
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K. S. Moore Apr 20
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Wales Arts Review Apr 20
| ‘Your Father’s Father Had Eyes Like Yours’ by Phil Jones. Wales Arts Review is pleased to present a new series of . These vignettes will be glimpses into the thinking of the writer and their experiences.
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Wales Arts Review Apr 19
Welcome to the Wales Arts Review podcast episode 1, a brand new format for the best podcast about what's going on in the arts and culture of Wales. In this show, talks to , and , amongst others.
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Wales Arts Review Apr 18
7.08 | New Podcast Series | Emyr Humphreys at 100 | Launch: Wales Arts Review Book Club | Julia Donaldson | Alys Conran | Plus Much More -
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Carolyn Hitt Apr 18
Great idea 👏🏻
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Parthian Books Apr 18
What a cracking idea.
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Rosie Johns Apr 18
Voting is live for the first month's book, choices including , &
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Rosie Johns Apr 18
I'm running this new book club 📚 if you fancy discovering more from Wales then like the page >>
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Wales Arts Review Apr 18
It has always been one of Wales Arts Review’s core aims to celebrate writing from Wales, and we are excited to announce that we are launching a new to do just that. To join in, simply like the page on Facebook.
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Wales Arts Review Apr 13
Wales Arts Review is pleased to present a new series of literary vignettes, next up is 'Hare' by . These 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 Apr 14
"... , arguably the greatest Welsh indie rock album of the decade and, perhaps, of all time..." - In 2019 we are asking what are the greatest albums by Welsh musical artists? Here looks at by .
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Wales Arts Review Apr 15
"Human character is messy, contradictory, endlessly elusive." - Award-Winning writer pays tribute to novelist, poet and author , who turns 100 on April 15th 2019.
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Wales Arts Review Apr 16
"...paints a vivid picture of a child adrift and trying to make sense of a world in which she has to find new bearings." - casts a critical eye over the second novel from , . Available now from .
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Wales Arts Review Apr 17
Julia Donaldson is known throughout the world for her children's books, including and Room on the Broom. Here she talks to Neil Collins about her inspiration for , and her pride in seeing her work adapted for the stage.
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Wales Arts Review Apr 17
Julia Donaldson is known throughout the world for her children's books, including and Room on the Broom. Here she talks to Neil Collins about her inspiration for , and her pride in seeing her work adapted for the stage.
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Wales Arts Review Apr 16
"...paints a vivid picture of a child adrift and trying to make sense of a world in which she has to find new bearings." - casts a critical eye over the second novel from , . Available now from .
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Tristan Hughes Apr 15
Absolutely delighted and honoured to be able to contribute something to help celebrate the remarkable career and achievements of one of Wales's finest ever writers, Emyr Humphreys, who turns 100 today.
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Wales Arts Review Apr 15
"Human character is messy, contradictory, endlessly elusive." - Award-Winning writer pays tribute to novelist, poet and author , who turns 100 on April 15th 2019.
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