Last weekend, Cardiff was transformed into a wonderland in City of the Unexpected – a celebration of Roald Dahl‘s life on what would have been his 100th birthday! When I was a kid, Roald Dahl books formed a huge part of my library and even now, I have nearly a whole shelf dedicated to him. His stories were such a … More Quentin Blake : Inside Stories Review | Art
Behind every creative, there is a story. There is a reason why every dancer dances, every writer writes and every painter paints. I recently chatted to two Swansea-based artists, Graham Parker & Amir A Nejad, who exhibited their work last week in the Oriel Bach Gallery. Their collaborative exhibition, ‘Face to the Sea’, displayed the … More The Artist’s Story with Graham Parker & Amir Nejad | Art
Last Friday, I was invited to a private viewing of a new exhibition at theBLOC art gallery in Swansea. Located on the High Street, theBLOC is part of the Elysium Gallery and is dedicated to displaying the work of Elysium’s artists. The exhibition is an extremely diverse and eclectic mix of mediums and the artists … More theBLOC Art Gallery – A Taster Session | Reviews
Hey lovely people, I recently finished reading a self-help book for the first time ever & it was quite an experience. A friend lent me the book The Right Questions by Debbie Ford a few years ago and I’ve only just got around to reading it.
You could be forgiven for missing the Elysium Gallery completely. Tucked away on a busy Swansea street, the gallery offers a break from the madness and a descent into a calming, tranquil space. Escaping into a different dimension is particularly apt for the current exhibition on display, Dalit Leon’s Time Signatures. Her focus for the … More Dalit Leon’s ‘Time Signatures’ | Reviews
Hey guys, I hope you’re all well! I’ve got a book review for you today & with the Six Nations coming up, I thought it only right that I should review a book centred on rugby – in fact, it’s a Rugby World Cup thriller!
We arrive at the Haymarket Theatre, London and take our seats in the gallery not really knowing what to expect. There’s not much leg room up in the gods so we squeeze ourselves in and wait for the show to begin. It is such a cosy theatre on a bitterly cold night; a cocoon of … More One Man, Two Guv’nors | Reviews