Last weekend, Saturday 10 October, the Kotatsu Anime Festival came to Aberystwyth Arts Centre. Organised by Cardiff-based Eiko Ishii Meredith, Kotatsu is the only film festival of its kind in Wales. Whilst it was a much smaller affair than its Cardiff counterpart last month, it brought some excellent examples of Japanese storytelling. The Arts Centre […]
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Cinnamon Press Poetry Event at Aberystwyth Arts Centre

Mari Ellis Dunning

PUBLISHED ON: 31/01/17

CATEGORY: Reviews

Following publication in several magazines and journals, as well as a fully fledged poetry pamphlet, Tilt is Ros Hudis’ first complete poetry collecti …

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Surfing the Digital New Wave: Benny and Jolene

Mari Ellis Dunning

PUBLISHED ON: 16/06/14

CATEGORY: Reviews

On a recent warm evening, I found myself surrounded by talent at Cardiff’s Chapter Arts Centre, where writer and director Jamie Adams was premiering h …

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Wingspan

Suzanne Beynon

PUBLISHED ON: 12/05/14

CATEGORY: Reviews

Set across America, Wales and Suffolk, Wingspan is the emotional and ambitious story of a man whose father died in an air crash in World War II. Alter …

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This September Sun

Dom Gilbert

PUBLISHED ON: 15/10/12

CATEGORY: Reviews

Recently, I found myself wondering what my life would have been like if I had stayed in England. I’d probably own a house, receive a pension, go on ho …

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Serious Times

PUBLISHED ON: 29/12/11

CATEGORY: Editorial

Readers of New Welsh Review will not need reminding that these are serious and exceptional times in which we live. That already hackneyed term ‘the cr …

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Less a National Assembly, more a Glamorgan C.C. on stilts

PUBLISHED ON: 29/12/11

CATEGORY: Blog

In the eighteen months since the Welsh electorate delivered that wafer-thin majority of 6,721 in favour of establishing a Welsh Assembly in a poll of …

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