sat 16/11/2019

Owen Richards

Articles By Owen Richards

After the Wedding review - a high-tension gut punch

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Rob Beckett, St David's Hall, Cardiff review - a mixed bag of observations

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Russell Howard, Cardiff Motorpoint Arena review - a return with bite

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The Shock of the Future review - for the music nerds

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CD: Metronomy - Metronomy Forever

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The Shiny Shrimps review - worth the plunge

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CD: Whitney - Forever Turned Around

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A Faithful Man review - an atypical romance

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Kathy Burke's All Woman, Channel 4 review - warts and all

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Keeping Faith, Episode 4 Series 2, BBC One review - murders aplenty

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Liam Gallagher, Valletta, Malta review - underperformed but rapturously received

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Lights, Camera, Malta!, BBC Concert Orchestra, Malta review – a spectacular celebration of film history

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CD: The Flaming Lips – King’s Mouth

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Armstrong review - the man behind the leap

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Public Service Broadcasting, Caerphilly Castle review - rising to the occasion

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Stranger Things 3, Netflix review - bigger, dumber, better

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