Actress, scriptwriter, children’s author and jazz singer, Ada Morghe (aka Alexandra Helmig), releases her second album, Box, on August 14.
Iconic buildings and venues across Wales will light up in red this evening (Tuesday 11th August 2020) as part of a UK-wide day of action highlighting the urgent government help the sector needs during the Covid-19 crisis.
This week we feature singer-songwriter Oz whose debut single Money’ is the first taste of the alt-pop artists debut EP to be released later this year via Truth Records.
Volenté’s latest single Keep Britain Free sees a turning point for the South Wales based singer-songwriter.
Thanks go to Alan Smith in Newport for sending an image through of a fabulous poster of a South Wales rock n roll event right at the beginning of the 1960s!
This week we feature South Wales singer, Millie Rose Davies. Millie Rose released her first single, Something More in 2019 and has regularly performed lockdown sets via her Facebook page during the pandemic.
Singer-songwriter and alt-pop artist Oz has released her debut single ‘Money’ via Truth Records.
This week’s Throwback Thursday takes a look at Neil Simon’s The Sunshine Boys which played Cardiff’s New Theatre between November 9 -20 1976 and starred Ryan Davies and Bill Owen. Neil Simon’s The Sunshine Boys follows an attempt by a theatrical agent to re-unite his elderly uncle, a former vaudeville star, with his long-time stageContinue reading “Throwback Thursday: The Sunshine Boys, New Theatre, Cardiff (November 1976)”
Following the success of their first Robin Morgan & Friends virtual comedy gig, Cardiff’s Chapter Arts Centre have now scheduled a follow-up show.
Kyle Legall, a Welsh artist from Butetown, Cardiff, has created an illustrated, digital graphic novel which brings accounts of the Cardiff race riots to life.