Newport’s Riverfront Theatre and Arts Centre is co-producing a comedy-theatre piece with Newport-based performer Justin Teddy Cliffe on 21st and 22nd October, their first studio theatre performance and co-production since 2020, with support from Arts Council of Wales. The TigerFace Show is a semi-autobiographical, partly improvised, comedy-performance piece about childhood dreams, adulthood and mental health.Continue reading “The Tigerface Show Reminds Adults ‘What We Want To Be When We Grow Up!’”
Centrestage Cymru return to the stage of Newport’s Dolman Theatre from October 20th – October 23rd, 2021, with their presentation of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s rock musical Jesus Christ Superstar. 50 Years of Jesus Christ Superstar Centrestage Cymru’s presentation coincides with the 50th anniversary of Jesus Christ Superstar’s launching on Broadway on OctoberContinue reading “Centrestage Cymru Bring Jesus Christ Superstar To Newport’s Dolman Theatre”
Newport Playgoers are to return with their first post-lockdown presentation at Newport’s Dolman Theatre on October 12th. In Peter Quilter’s comedy, Glorious: The True Story of Florence Foster Jenkins, audiences will get to meet the worst opera singer in the world.
The true story of soprano Florence Foster Jenkins is set to shake the rafters of the Dolman Theatre when Newport Playgoers new season commences on October 12th.
Newport Crime Fiction writer and Performance Poet Alan Roderick is to discuss his books at a forthcoming fund raiser in aid of Cwtsch Community & Arts Centre on October 1, 2021.
Newport-based musical theatre group Centrestage Cymru are to perform their first live show since lockdowns began at the Dolman Theatre on Friday September 17th.
Following the success of the socially distanced production for babies created in 2020, Baby, Bird & Bee is now set to return to delight more babies in South Wales with performances at Grange Pavilion, Insole Court and Newport’s Riverfront Theatre.
A show celebrating the music of the incredible Tina Turner named after her million selling worldwide hit, What’s Love Got To Do With It? is touring more than 70 theatres and venues across the UK and will play a date at Newport ICC Wales on Saturday October 23.
Newport’s Riverfront Theatre & Arts Centre re-opens on 2nd August to welcome back families and audiences to workshops and live performances.
Musical societies, dance schools and friends of Newport’s Dolman Theatre, have come together to take part in a Performathon streamed live and for free on YouTube.