Tag - Quench

Books Culture

Guantanámo Kid | Book Review

Words by Christopher Colbourn
Guantánamo Kid tells the story of Mohammed El-Gharani, one of the youngest inmates detained at Guantánamo Bay by the US...

Culture Theatre

Review | Bummer and Lazarus

By Rhiannon Humphreys
Bummer and Lazarus by Jack Harrison is a Fringe show that is at once comedic, existentialist and absurdist in nature. On...


SolidariTee comes to Cardiff

By Rhianna Hurren-Myers

Over the last 5 years we have seen an unprecedented amount of politics and policies
revolving around the issue of refugees. An...


Blackfish. Blackface. What next?

Katherine Waldock
At the end of 2018, Instagram influencers across the world were accused of ‘blackfishing’, a term coined to describe white people...


Busted: Tour Preview + Interview

by Dylan Graham
Anyone growing up in the noughties in the UK will undoubtably know and be a fan of Busted. Their anthemic pop punk tunes such as ‘Crashed the...

Food & Drink

Deaths & Entrances – Review

Cardiff is clearly becoming the place to be for cocktail-lovers, with new bars the Alchemist, Gin & Juice and Rum & Fizz all opening in the past year...

Culture Theatre

Review | The Classic Rock Show

By Sophie Miles
Attention all rock and roll lovers!
If you haven’t been to watch The Classic Rock Show yet, where have you been?
My first...


Veganuary – fad or for life?

By Amberley Steenhagen
When it gets to January, after a month of Christmas overindulgence of food and booze, everyone starts making their New Year’s...