fri 27/05/2022

Owen Richards

Articles By Owen Richards

Catfish and the Bottlemen, Cardiff Motorpoint Arena review - irrepressible arena rock

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CD: Vampire Weekend - Father of the Bride

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Avengers: Endgame review - Marvel save the biggest and best for last

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The Good, the Bad & the Queen, Great Hall, Cardiff review - a jolly big knees-up

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CD: Jessie Buckley - Wild Rose OST

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Director Jason Barker: ‘Trans lives are often portrayed so bleakly’

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Minding the Gap review – profound musings on life

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CD: Karen O and Danger Mouse - Lux Prima

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Derry Girls, Series Two, Channel 4 review - welcome back, gang

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Sleeping with Extremists: The Far Right, Channel 4 review - insightful but flawed documentary

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Director Toby Macdonald: 'Comedy is something people need at the moment'

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Yes is More: Charlotte Church’s Late Night Pop Dungeon, Tramshed - utterly convincing

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Jellyfish review - life on the edge in Margate

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Blue, Chapter Arts Centre review - heartbreak in the family home

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Destroyer review - Kidman shines in middling crime drama

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On Her Shoulders review - half-life of a campaigner

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