Category - Culture

Culture

Review: Blackbird, The Other Room

There are voices, the light comes on; a man and woman stand across from each other in a small dreary lunchroom room – so Blackbird begins. She appears...

Culture

Review: Ghost, New Theatre

Everyone knows Ghost as a classic. The iconic 1990 film not only catapulted Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze even further into the public eye, where they’ve...

Culture

Cardiff- a Creative City

This year Cardiff has witnessed the celebration of 100 years of our favourite children’s author, Roald Dahl. The city has been transformed into a fantastical...

Culture

Review: The Mousetrap, New Theatre

I went into this play not knowing what to expect other than the basics. The Mousetrap is a murder mystery play written by Agatha Christie. It is set in an old...

Culture

No Laughing Matter

As Mrs Brown’s Boys is voted the best sitcom of the 21st Century, I argue the case for the shows it beat- and what this says about the state of British...

Culture

Interview: Josh Widdicombe

Josh Widdicombe has a flourishing TV career. He co-presents the award-winning C4 programme, ‘The Last Leg’, one of the most popular comedy shows on...

Culture

Review: Billy Elliot, WMC

BILLY ELLIOT: THE MUSICAL
Review by Tom Morris
As I went into Billy Elliot at the WMC, I asked my Nan, who I was with, what she thought about the two questions...

Culture

Review: The 39 Steps, New Theatre

Review by Sam Walker
The 39 Steps is an unusual beast. Following the novel written by John Buchan , the story has been adapted for film many times, most...

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