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Crowdfunded art – the new way to connect artists and fans?

I am a huge fan of art, though it is in the 'I may not know art, but I know what I like'  sense and I am therefore not the most cultured (or knowledgeable) in the world. I really enjoy modern,... Continue Reading →

Getting Lost in Stranger Things

This is a spoiler-free post about Stranger Things. Yes I am addicted, if I find a show I like (really like) then I have to watch the whole thing as quickly as possible. Late nights, downloaded box sets, even early mornings... Continue Reading →

The things I flippin’ love about Wales

Today is St David's Day, the one day each year that we wear leeks and daffodils upon our chests with delight, and dress our children in traditional (and maybe a little unusual) Welsh outfits. As a proud Welshman I just wanted... Continue Reading →

Doused in Mud, Soaked in Bleach – we need justice for Kurt

I watched Soaked in Bleach (twice) a couple of days ago - a stunning documentary on the tragic ending of Nirvana's front man Kurt Cobain. I needed some time to gather my thoughts before writing this, so here goes: Kurt... Continue Reading →

David Bowie – an icon for a generation

R.I.P. David Bowie. I discovered the sad news this morning just as I got out of bed thanks to a Sky News app alert. I was so shocked, and immediately told my wife who was also upset, leading to both... Continue Reading →

Star Wars: My Awakening

NEW POST | Star Wars: My Awakening (my first Star Wars movie! No spoilers) @UKBloggers1 @blogsretweet @Bloggerbees @welshbloggers_ #filmblog #lbloggers

Staying at “The Strangest Town in Wales…”

My wife and I spent last weekend at Brown's Hotel in Laugharne. You may have heard of this quiet town in Carmarthenshire already, and if so would probably  know Brown's as being synonymous with the great Welsh poet and writer... Continue Reading →

My favourite poem

I wanted to share my favourite poem with you by Dylan Thomas. Dylan is a Welsh poet who lived a short and eventful life, and is probably Wales' best known literary export. And Death Shall Have No Dominion was written... Continue Reading →

To begin at the beginning…

The film is a colourful representation of what has become Dylan Thomas' most famous work. Set in the fictional town of Llareggub, Under Milkwood has had many incarnations, on the stage and maybe most famously being voiced by one of Wales' other famous exports - Richard Burton.

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