This spring Newport’s Riverfront Theatre & Arts Centre has developed the Arts Hub, an online listing platform to help people find further information about arts and creative activities across Newport.
MonLife Heritage Museums’ new Introduction to Art History course commences online on Monday January 18th at 7pm with tutor, Eleanor Bird MA (Oxon) for a series of ten art appreciation classes at 7pm for a one-hour lecture on Zoom. Participants do not have to be local to sign up – you can join in from wherever you are in the world from the comfort of your own home.
Ballet Cymru is taking the annual Wales Summer Dance 2020 online, offering fantastic creative and ballet courses from the company’s studio at their Newport, South Wales home base. Wales Summer Dance 2020 Each course is designed to accommodate a range of levels and experience in ballet, from grade work standard right up to professional level.Continue reading “Ballet Cymru Step Into Summer With Online Dance Events”
Visitors to wales Millennium Centre may have noticed the epic installation of planet earth, floating majestically in the Centre’s foyer during the summer.
Loyalty, love, and London Gin! Mrs Peachum’s Guide to Love and Marriage has it all, plus the opportunity to grab a ticket for a single penny, only at Blackwood Miners’ Institute on Thursday November 21st!
Andy Howells reviews Ballet Cymru’s presentation Three Works which premiered at Newport’s Riverfront theatre on November 8, 2019.
Critics’ Circle Award winning company, Ballet Cymru are to present three new works, featuring some of the most exciting female artists working in dance at Newport’s Riverfront Theatre this autumn.
BBC National Orchestra of Wales (BBC NOW) has announced the appointment of Ryan Bancroft as its new Principal Conductor from September 2020.
National Dance Company Wales has launched its first Laboratori, a two-week experimental initiative to develop new ideas without the pressure of a performance commission.
Neil Collins discusses St David’s Hall’s Family Prom with hosts, BBC Wales’ own Weather experts Derek Brockway & Behnaz Akghar