Tag Archives: Llwyd Owen

Cultural Capital

Cardiff has never been handed the title European Capital of Culture but it hardly needs it. Take the city’s most striking landmark. Cardiff Bay might not be to everyone’s taste yet the poetry on the Wales Millennium Centre can’t fail … Continue reading

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‘The Last Hit’

There are certain images of Wales that are hard to shake: male voice choirs, coal miners, rugby, sheep, women in strange costumes playing the harp, the seriously-suited chapel-goer. None of these appear in ‘The Last Hit’ by Llwyd Owen, a … Continue reading

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