“The city’s alive with magic!” National Theatre Wales & Wales Millennium Centre present The City of the Unexpected in celebration of Roald Dahl’s legacy.
Cardiff arts tour
In the lead-up to UK – India 2017, we are bringing you content from some of the most interesting and exciting companies and artists working in the UK today. On this fourth stop on our arts tour we’re in Wales’ magnificent capital Cardiff.
This welcoming city, with its incredible cultural heritage and language, is home to some of the UK’s most recognised arts organisations and companies boasting a diverse arts offer which includes two of the world’s biggest art and film prizes.
Roald Dahl is one of the world’s best-loved British children's writers. Watch a video tour of an exhibition about the work of his illustrator and long-time collaborator, Quentin Blake.
Welsh National Opera's 'In Parenthesis' combines Welsh song with the original text in a haunting evocation of the Battle of the Somme. Follow the production's journey from page to stage.
Artes Mundi presents a programme of international contemporary visual art in Cardiff. Find out more about the biennial exhibition and prize, and this year's shortlisted artists.
Cardiff-based Ffotogallery champions photography and lens-based art and here we've handpicked some of their most innovative recent digital projects.
2016 was a momentous year for Dance in Wales. Find out more in an interview with Cardiff Producer Carole Blade.
The Iris Prize Festival is the largest LGBT short film prize in the world, and takes place every year in Cardiff. The prize now draws film professionals and fans from all over the world.
One of the films selected for this year's Iris Prize is 'Daaravtha' by Indian filmmaker Nishant Roy Bombarde. We caught up with him about the film, and his nomination for the Iris Prize.