Articles by: Nadine El-Amami

National Dance Company of Wales: 2015 Spring Programme

National Dance Company of Wales: 2015 Spring Programme

Arts, Events May 29, 2015 at 4:30 pm Comments

LAST month, the Arts Centre was presented with three of the five dances from the National Dance Company Wales’ Spring Season 2015. The varying styles that the choreographers incorporated made for a diverse evening of danceRead More

Let’s get sappy, and throw our glockenspiels out the window, for we’re making a folk record

Let’s get sappy, and throw our glockenspiels out the window, for we’re making a folk record

Arts, Music May 28, 2015 at 2:00 pm Comments

“TO ME, IT’S like walking through a field where you used to hang out with your friends, and there’s no wind, and it’s 3pm, and there’s a horse running in the distance but you can’t hearRead More

New Music Review: Titus Andronicus Return

New Music Review: Titus Andronicus Return

Arts, Music May 27, 2015 at 3:30 pm Comments

FOR MANY, WATCHING David Cameron’s slow drive to Buckingham Palace to establish a majority government was accompanied by an internal funeral march. Before lunchtime on May 8th, Farage, Miliband and Clegg had all faced the music.Read More

Summer Ball: The musical main attractions

Summer Ball: The musical main attractions

Arts, Events, Summer Ball 2015 May 25, 2015 at 2:00 pm Comments

A QUICK run down of the different events and stages at Summer Ball this year. Main Stage In a few short months, the Great Hall in the Arts Centre will be used for graduation ceremonies forRead More

This month’s must-hear record is a concept album about pro wrestling

This month’s must-hear record is a concept album about pro wrestling

Arts, Music May 23, 2015 at 12:00 pm Comments

FOLLOWERS of the US indie scene (not the car one, the one with a lot of guitars and beards) know John Darnielle as one of the 21st century’s most enduring and prolific lyricists. They may also knowRead More

Exploring the art scene in and around Aberystwyth

Exploring the art scene in and around Aberystwyth

Arts, Local May 20, 2015 at 4:30 pm Comments

ABERYSTWYTH Arts Centre and the National Library of Wales are likely the most well-known institutes in the town to host a multitude of art events, and these are always of a very high standard. Current exhibitions atRead More

Summer Ball: The Good, the Bad and the Interesting

Summer Ball: The Good, the Bad and the Interesting

Arts, Editors' Pick, Events, Summer Ball 2015 May 18, 2015 at 4:00 pm Comments

ANOTHER year, another successful Summer Ball. This year’s was a definite mixed bag, but more on the positives. The weather didn’t help at all, but overall, it was an awesome night. If you missed it, here’s aRead More

Five games you will want to play in 2015

Five games you will want to play in 2015

Arts, Games May 14, 2015 at 1:00 pm Comments

2014 was not a brilliant year to be a gamer. Serving as the first year for the newly introduced eighth-generation consoles, there were some high expectations among gamers for a number of releases. Unfortunately the yearRead More

Age of Ultron: The film you didn’t see coming

Age of Ultron: The film you didn’t see coming

Arts, Film April 25, 2015 at 6:00 pm Comments

SO IT’S THAT time of year again, when fans come together, both young and old, new and grizzled, and flock to the cinemas as Earth’s Mightiest Heroes do battle with evil once more. However, with theRead More

Subtle, Witty, Tense – Better Call Saul Picks Up Where We Left Off

Subtle, Witty, Tense – Better Call Saul Picks Up Where We Left Off

Arts, TV April 10, 2015 at 6:00 pm Comments

IN SOME ways, it’s hard to account for the success of Breaking Bad. Was its viewership largely invested in the character drama that built its tension perfectly over its five seasons, supported by the best ensemble castRead More