Green Man 2017, reviewed
Emily Hartless went to Green Man to report for CCQ. She took our faithful festival photographer, Eric Aydin Barberini...
Coal Tree Salt Sea - Sarah Rhys - in Abergavenny Museum
In the book Coal Tree Salt Sea, Sarah Rhys describes the custom of the sin-eaters of the Amman Valley, societal...
The Lab: Art and Regeneration, Haverfordwest
Over the last 18 months Tangwen Roberts has been working with the Confluence partnership to run The Lab: a programme...
I survived the brilliant Supernormal, just
Taking place in a beautiful and secluded field and small woodland, house and gardens, Supernormal reaches depths and...
Supersupernormal
Weekend after next, 4-6 August, brings once again to Braziers Park in Oxfordshire that fiercely independent and...
Kelly Best at Oriel Davies Gallery, Newtown
As Kelly Best's solo show Vanishing Point, at Oriel Davies, Newtown, Powys, draws to a close, Trevor H Smith sends us...
A Meditation on Connection and Mobility, Elysium Gallery
At the end of last month Joanna Bond completed a performance walk which revolved around the concept of human connection...
These Rotten Words, Chapter Arts Centre
These Rotten Words, Chapter Gallery, 2017. Pictured from left: Rebecca Ackroyd, Everyone's Gone Now Nothing Works 2,...
Y Tŵr at The Sherman Theatre
A brand new opera in the Welsh language will receive its world premiere at Cardiff’s Sherman Theatre on 19 May....
Sharon Leahy-Clark: Not Afraid of the Dark, Manchester
Sharon Leahy-Clark invites viewers to enter the unknown in her new exhibition, Not Afraid of the Dark, at PAPER...
Justin Mortimer returns to Parafin, London
Regarded as arguably one the UK’s foremost painters working today, Justin Mortimer returns to Parafin with his new...
Green Man brings ‘Courtyard’ to London’s King's Cross
This May Bank Holiday weekend, Green Man Festival is taking a little piece of Wales to London’s King’s Cross. Held in...

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