Bucking the trend yet again, today (Friday 1st December) will see a fourth grassroots music venue launch in Newport city centre.
The colourful salmon sculpture formerly homed in Newport Centre’s swimming pool has played a central role in a year-long arts and community engagement project titled ‘Protect our Waters’ led by mosaic and visual artist Stephanie Roberts and Newport’s Riverfront Theatre & Arts Centre.
The Riverfront Theatre and Arts Centre’s 2023 pantomime, Beauty and the Beast will launch at the end of this month and joining the previously announced Richard Elis, Aled Pugh, Gareth Tempest, Phoebe Holmes, Alex Parry, Londiwe Mthembu and Elian West will be Hugo Joss Catton playing Prince Hilarion, who’s been cursed with the appearance of a Beast by the Evil witch Hecate.
The Shakespeare Revue came about on the anniversary of Shakespeare’s Birthday, 23rd April 1993, when the Royal Shakespeare Company planned a celebratory service in Stratford’s Holy Trinity Church.
Newport Stanza poetry group is to launch of its first anthology, Wire, Elemental Emergency. The collection is written by poets who meet monthly in Newport to share and workshop their poetry.
Andy Howells reviews Fiona Allen’s stand-up debut, On The Run at The Riverfront Theatre, Newport.
Ballet Cymru and National Youth Dance Wales return to The Riverfront Theatre, Newport with a Triple Bill show showcasing and celebrating young dancers in a sparkling evening of the finest dance.
Comedian Rachel Fairburn’s ‘Showgirl’ is being extended due to popular demand and is heading to Newport’s Riverfront Theatre.
CentreStage Cymru will present Leslie Briccusse’ musical adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, Scrooge at Newport’s Dolman Theatre October 25th – October 28th, 2023.
Gazebo Theatre are set to bring their nationwide tour of Wanted, an innovative, unique, and truly engaging play that brings the remarkable stories of five ordinary women who lived extraordinary lives to Newport’s Riverfront Theatre this October.