Feature by Megan Dibben The company Too Good To Go has recently become increasingly popular on many social media platforms, marketing itself as an ethical way to enjoy your favourite foods at a cheaper price. By offering ‘Magic Bags,’ which can be reserved the night before, the restaurant of choice will put together a bag […]
OH MY GOD! Comedy Musical Friendsical has come to Cardiff’s New Theatre. The original parody musical, inspired by the classic US Sitcom, is currently embarking on its UK tour. For fans of the show, it is the perfect excuse to indulge in a bit of 90s nostalgia. With a brilliant cast and some catchy songs, […]
By Ale Medellín For all bad mezcal, for all good, also and if there is no remedy, a litre and a half. Is the poor translation of one of Mexico’s proudest proverbs. Mezcal is a traditional Mexican drink which comes from the agave, the same plant that gives us tequila. Mexicans have been drinking mezcal […]
By Ale Saurio The Oscar Nominations have just arrived. People have made several assumptions regarding this year’s nominees. Dune and Tick, Tick… Boom was amongst the most popular ones, however The Power of the Dog has taken a lead on this year’s Nominations. This years Best Picture nominees are: Belfast, written and directed by Kenneth […]
By Callum Webb Spoilers ahead. Matt Reeves makes a statement in this latest incarnation of the legendry Dark Knight to prove there is still plenty of life within the franchise. As soon as the opening credits start, it is immediately clear that this is not like any other movie version of the Batman. Instead of […]
A review of the book ‘The Casual Historian presents The Early Plantagenets’.
A review of Empire Indian Restaurant, Albany Road Cardiff.
by Gareth Rees The iconic Sŵn festival made a welcome return to Cardiff this year and it was legendary. The festival spanned three days, from Friday the 15th of October to Sunday the 17th of October and featured 77 different artists including two secret sets. It was a special weekend in which independent artists and […]
A midwinter disaster in the form of a huge meteorite strike destroys the forest and tumbles Renn, Torak and Wolf into a desolate world.
By Emily Price. This powerfully written debut novel by Hannah Gold follows young April and her father on a journey to the Arctic Circle. Bear Island was once home to polar bears but years of climate change and melting ice caps have stopped the majestic bears from making it to their winter habitation. April’s meteorologist father is tasked with spending six months on the […]
By Emily Price Shortlisted for the Cilip Carnegie Medal 2020, Girl. Boy. Sea will immerse you in a story of survival on an unpredictable and never-ending ocean. Author Chris Vick keeps tension going throughout the book with honest detail as to what it would take to cling to life whilst stranded at sea. This middle grade book will have you racing through the pages at top speed, […]
By Emily Price Released in September 2020, October, October is a beautifully descriptive middle grade novel about a girl who lives a wild and isolated life in the woods with her father. The book envelopes you with its vivid details of the picturesque woodland where October has spent most of her life, cut off from society. October is a heroine full of guts and furious bravery who learns that there is a place for her in the world beyond […]
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