Andy Howells reviews Tayo Aluko’s one-man show, Call Mr Robeson at Newport’s Riverfront Theatre (from September, 2011)
Newport Playgoers new season commenced on Tuesday evening with Jes Hynes’ directorial debut of John Cleese and Connie Booth’s much loved classic sit-com Fawlty Towers.
It’s “All aboard!” for classic comedy this week at the Dolman Theatre as Newport Playgoers Society take a direct route back to 1952 to revisit the Ealing Comedy Classic, “The Titfield Thunderbolt”. Recalling the early carefree days of the railway; The Titfield Thunderbolt shows how a group of villagers attempt to prevent the Titfield branchContinue reading “Review: Newport Playgoers’ The Titfield Thunderbolt, Dolman Theatre, Newport”
Between 17 May and 21 May 2011, Newport Playgoers staged Alan Ayckbourn¹s drama Role Play at The Dolman Theatre, Newport, South Wales. The directional debut from Judith Lindwall focused on the events of a dinner party from hell and the misconceptions of the characters that attended it. Along with Game Plan and Flat Spin, RoleContinue reading “Review: Newport Playgoers’ – Role Play, Dolman Theatre, Newport”
Andy Howells reviews New Venture Players presentation of The Producers at Newport’s Dolman Theatre
Andy Howells reviews the one-man show, Morecambe starring Bob Golding as Eric Morecambe.
Andy Howells reviews Spike Milligan’s Adolf Hitler – My Part In His Downfall at New Theatre, Cardiff starring Sholto Morgan.
Andy Howells reviews the stage adaptation of the classic 70s sit-com Porridge, this time featuring Shaun Williamson doing time as Fletcher!
Andy Howells reviews Josh Richards one-man show, Playing Burton
Andy Howells reviews Independent Ballet Wales interpretation of Under Milk Wood