Blog posts by year and month September 2013

Posts (50)

  1. Low pressure over the Atlantic will move closer to Ireland pushing fronts and troughs across Wales.

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  2. When Michael McCarthy and Michael Rafferty co-founded Music Theatre Wales 25 years ago, it was a gem of an idea, a glimmer of hope that a company producing contemporary opera could one day become a pioneering international force.

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  3. The village of Glynneath in the western part of Glamorgan is one of many communities in Wales that seem to sit in sleepy and peaceful solemnity.

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  4. This weekend sees the BBC National Orchestra of Wales make its first 2013/14 season journey north, for concerts at St Asaph Cathedral, and also in Newtown.

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  5. Penarth-based company Black Rat Productions has teamed up with the Blackwood Miners' Institute for its next production, which starts a whistle-stop tour of Wales next week.

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  6. I can't explain this volte face. I've clearly been wrong. So wrong. Like a fairy tale emperor Richard Nixon. Of Welsh music.

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  7. December will wear around fast enough, making this an apt time to remind aspiring composers that the Composition: Wales deadline will soon be here.

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  8. We've all felt the pressure cooker effect of a family Christmas, when we're cooped up together for far longer than is decent and old behaviour patterns die hard. Now a new comedy which plays on the tensions and difficulties most families encounter is to tour Wales ahead of the festive season.

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  9. There's a bit of an east/west split today with the west being bright and sunny, with further inland seeing more in the way of cloud.

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