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Bangor Cathedral: Stunning setting for Christmas tree festival

A stunning display of Christmas trees will once again bring a seasonal glow to Bangor Cathedral during its Christmas Tree Festival, running this year from December 18 to 27. Local schools, charities, businesses and community...

Joy Review

AFTER letting himself down with American Hustle, David O. Russell re-teams with Jennifer Lawrence for their third collaboration, Joy, an inspiring rags-to-riches story that, though far from a classic, rebuilds trust in the director. Joy...

Launch of new Brwydr y Bandiau competition

C2 Radio Cymru, Maes B and Mentrau Iaith Cymru are looking for Wales’ best new bands to take part in a brand new Brwydr y Bandiau (“Battle of the Bands”) competition jointly launched today...

Clifford Jones Timber in Ruthin

Ruthin timber firm hits the heights Welsh wood products created at Clifford Jones Timber in Ruthin are finding a new lease of life high in the trees of the gardens of the rich and famous. Specially...

Bonfire Night Caernarfon North Wales

Hordes of people turned up for the annual Bonfire Night fireworks display in Caernarfon, organised by the Caernarfon Lions. As usual, it was a fantastic display, much appreciated by the crowds, on a cold. autumnal...

120 BPM (Beats Per Minute) Review by Richard Chester

THE activities of a real-life AIDS-activist group in 1990s Paris are the focus point for 120 BPM (Beats Per Minute), a work as honest as it is hard-hitting which won both the Grand Prix...

Hail, Caesar! Review

THE Coen Brothers have yet to step a foot wrong this decade with their directorial efforts and Hail, Caesar!, an A-list star littered love letter to 1950s Hollywood, continues the general trend for entertainment...

Darkest Hour Review

GARY Oldman has spent over 30 years sealing his position as one of the greatest actors of his generation, if not the best. With a jaw-dropping diverse range of roles, his latest one will make...

Our Little Sister Review

HIROKAZU Koreeda has a deserved reputation for being one of the most reliable directors working in cinema of the Far East thanks to his family dramas, and his latest feature, a lovely work from...

Sicario Review

THE drug wars of Mexico become the centre for Denis Villeneuve’s latest thriller, the Palme d’Or nominee Sicario, an imperfect but nonetheless chillingly intense work building from the work of its talented cast of...

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