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
Andy Howells reviews Newport Playgoers September 2007 presentation of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.