The Sherman put on a theatre-in-the-round production of the critically acclaimed dark comedy by Mamet.
Police in Cardiff continue their search for Ben Thompson, rugby fan from Haverfordwest
The New Theatre's adaptation of David Esbjorbornson's critically acclaimed play set in the deep South of America exploring human relationships and racial tension.
An insight into the dental scene in Cardiff, with a map on NHS dentists still taking on patients in the area
Tucked away on Womanby street the new venture by the people behind Buffalo Bar, 10 Feet Tall and Undertone offers premium beer and lots of meat.
Prime Minister says people should not need to use foodbanks, while Cardiff foodbanks see increase in customers
With Shrove Tuesday next week, here is a complete guide to making delcious pancakes.
A new collection of poems celebrating 50 years of the Beatles was read aloud at Chapter arts centre in Cardiff set to the bands most famous tunes.
A Cardiff arts-collective hope to invite artists and art lovers into their studio space with their open door policy.
Following the Francis report and increasing media attention, how are nurses coping with the growing pressure?
A closer look at Zero Degrees and the drinks on offer.
The Cardiffian takes the new Mazda 6 out for a spin and we give our verdict.
The Cardiffian meets the cast members and director of the all-female Hamlet by RWCMD and comments on their interpretation of Shakepeare's play.
A review of the latest folk night to be held at cafe/bar Gwdihw
After the second vote on the equal marriage bill is passed in Parliament, religious groups in Cardiff offer their views on same-sex relationships.
How Cardiffians from across the city are seeing in the year of the snake.
The Cardiff MPs are split over the vote for equal marriage.
A Cardiff school held an internet safety day to help protect children from online criminals.
Cardiff Council have proposed a plan to expand the Jasmine Enterprise Centre in Ely, to bring more services under one roof.
The recent Cardiff Council cuts mean that the Welsh language festival held at Cardiff castle could be under threat.
Friends of Insole Court are celebrating after receiving funding to restore the Victorian mansion to its former glory.
Welsh Water are set to increase the average water bill for 2013/14.
Residents campaigned outside Splott Pool last night to try to keep the community facility open in the face of Cardiff Council cuts.
Residents continue to rally against Viridor incinerator plans despite Prosiect Gwyrdd selecting Cardiff as the preferred bidder.
The council budget proposes schools to take on the extra costs to run The Music Fund Project.