A weekly round-up of Wales' thriving arts scene introduced by Nicola Heywood Thomas. Includes reviews, reports and analysis from the worlds of Welsh theatre, dance, music, art, literature, cinema and film. Broadcast every Wednesday at 7pm.
Wed, 30 Jul 14
29 days remaining
Visual artist Bedwyr Williams talks about his LIGHTS OUT commission, Traw, to mark the centenary of the First World War. At Penarth Pier, there's the personal collection of the First Director of the Welsh Arts Council. The Contemporary Art Society for Wales on showing their work to the public and the Welsh premiere of the "Great Animal Orchestra" at Aber MusicFest.
Thu, 17 Jul 14
15 days remaining
A feast of music in the form of Soprano Angharad Morgan, members of the BBC National Chorus of Wales who are taking part in this year’s First Night of the Proms, and Cape Town Opera on their production of Show Boat.
Wed, 9 Jul 14
8 days remaining
Nicola examines some of the offerings during summer festival season, from the first ever Chamber Music Festival on Penarth Pier, to the Llangollen International Music Eisteddfod with Status Quo. Blysh, a relative newcomer to the festival scene, is already part of Cardiff's cultural calendar.
Wed, 2 Jul 14
1 day remaining
Nicola Heywood Thomas talks to the founder of the Welsh Proms , Owain Arwel Hughes , about some of the highlights of this year’s festival.
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