Blog posts by year and month March 2013

Posts (44)

  1. This March is likely to be the coldest in Wales for over 30 years and a month that some people will remember for a long time!

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  2. Wales are the Six Nations champions for the second year running, and the fourth time in nine seasons. Last weekend, the Wales Sevens team came within a whisker of glory at the Hong Kong Sevens. Welsh rugby fans have rarely had it so good.

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  3. Are you feeling creative just in time for Easter? This year forget those big plastic boxes and calorie heavy chocolate and decorate your own real egg for maximum colour and lasting fun!

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  4. So much is written and thought about the great bard that anyone attempting to write a fresh play about him could be forgiven for feeling daunted by the great weight of the literary canon. But an intriguing new production being staged at the Sherman Cymru next month will attempt to explore the in...

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  5. The final day of the 2013 Spring North Wales Tour dawned surprisingly bright and breezy. Well, it wasn’t raining, and it was very windy.

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  6. Young Welsh company Waking Exploits has enjoyed hits with its recent productions, and next month the company will stage Dennis Kelly's Love and Money, with a 10-night run at the Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff before it goes on tour around Wales.

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  7. The Black Death - the plague or the Great Mortality as it was otherwise known – decimated Europe in the 14th century, killing somewhere in the region of 25 million people in the two years between its first appearance in 1348 and 1350.

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  8. On Saturday we were Wrexham bound, and there was great hope that rehearsal would finish in time for the Wales v England match.

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  9. It's tough for new bands these days. Nicky Wire of the Manic Street Preachers said so at the BBC Introducing Masterclass last Thursday.

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  10. This week the streets of Swansea will once more become a canvas for artists who have created new public works for the city, as Art Across The City returns.

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