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Culture Theatre

Review | Camp Be Yourself

By Anna Whitfield
Camp be yourself is a short yet sweet play about two women who return to their beloved summer camp ten years later, but this time as camp...

Culture

Review | South Wales Wellness show

By Ilona Cabral
The South Wales Wellness Show united curious Cardiffians, young and old, in a transformational event which celebrated holistic health and...

Culture

On the Move

By Ilona Cabral
Where will I be next year? This is the question on every student’s mind. Disregard this scary thought for second though and I want you to...

Art Culture

Poetry Competition Winner!

The winning entry for our ‘War and Peace’ piece themed poetry competition.
By Satwik Shivoham
A hundred years have passed us by, but not have the...

Culture

Review | Banff Film Festival 2019

By Ilona Cabral
★★★★
February has broken and the outdoor community has re-united to watch another extraordinary group of thrill-seekers push themselves...

Culture Theatre

Review | Rebus Long Shadows

By Max Modell
★★★★
Rebus: Long Shadow offers a gripping addition to Ian Rankin’s Rebus detective novels. While it is a very different beast to the...

Culture Theatre

Review | American Idiot

By Max Modell
★★★
An ambitious musical, the songs rocked but the narrative felt limp and ultimately fell flat.
American Idiot is a jukebox musical...

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...

Culture Theatre

Review | Cinderella

By Hayat Gorraine
★★★★★
Cinderella, you shall go to the ball! And, with the arrival of the Russian State Ballet and Siberian Orchestra in Cardiff, on...

Culture Theatre

Review | The Snow Maiden

As the weather is getting colder, my heart was warmed by The Russian State Ballet Of Siberia’s magical performance of the Snow Maiden. This took the audience...

Culture Theatre

Review | Bullish

By Manavi Mehrotra
★★★★
The Performances for the Curious, now in second season, celebrates contemporary theatre and fascinating music, comedy, and...

Art Culture

Review | The Festival of the Dead

By Sophie Miles and Emily Hattersley
★★★★★
If seductive performers, trippy music and confetti (everywhere) sounds like your idea of a perfect...

Art Culture

Made by Hand

By Ilona Cabral
What’s your favourite part of Christmas? The food? The alcohol? The Presents? Well, this year your favourite part could be the Christmas...

Culture Theatre

Review | Wicked

by Andrea Gaini
★★★★★
Speechless, amazed, astonished, shocked, stunned – in a word: Wicked.
I’ve seen enough musicals to fill my room of...

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