Tag - Wales


Has #MeToo finally reached Bollywood?

by Nidhi Pattni
The #MeToo movement in Hollywood started a wave; it shook the industry and brought justice to survivors who had been secretly battling with the...


Review: The Guilty Feminist

I’m a feminist but…I will not feel guilty
by Molly Govus
he iconic first line of Deborah Frances-White’s podcast The Guilty Feminist never fails to make...


Ford vs Kavanaugh: What You Need to Know

by Rhiannon Humphreys
The discourse on sexual assault has come to a peak in the past couple of years with the birth of the #MeToo movement in 2017. The ongoing...


Fitting Into the Feminist Mould

By Samantha Harford
hat does it mean to be a twenty-something feminist in modern society? Eleven-year-old me thought that being feminist meant undertaking some...


The Bad Feminists

by Lucy Aprahamian
am a proud feminist. However, as I write this, the lady sat at the nearest table in my favourite café pulls a pocket mirror out of her...

Food & Drink

Healthy Wintery Meals ideas.

Now, summer has gone and gone with it is our desire for cold fresh salads. We want warmth, comfort and substance to our meals. But does this mean we should eat...


Review: Footloose, New Theatre

Review by Amy Butler
Footloose is an undeniably classic musical; defined appropriately by its creator Dean Pitchford as a ‘cultural touchstone’, even those...


Welsh Music Prize 2015

For all you English folk who’ve crossed the bridge for university, you have a lot to learn about Welsh music. And we’re not just talking about Catatonia...

Film & TV

Review: Convenience

Billed as ‘a buddy comedy heist movie, Clerks meets Dog Day Afternoon,‘ Convenience is one of the best British comedy films in recent years. Ray...

Video Games

The Wales Game Dev Show 2015

Editor’s Note: This article was published in the September 2015 edition of Quench as part of the Cardiff issue. In the print edition, Phil Terrett of...