Stage Stars Release Song To Raise Awareness and Funds For Newport’s Dolman Theatre

A special song featuring a collective of established theatre performers has been released via YouTube to raise awareness and funds for Newport’s Dolman Theatre.

Newport’s Riverfront Theatre To Present Online Events For International Women’s Day 2021

For 2021, The Riverfront Theatre & Arts Centre in Newport are to present the International Women’s Day (IWD) celebrations online with a programme of events taking place on social media throughout Monday 8th March.

Major Bursary Success for South Wales Artist, Connor Allen

South Wales artist and The Riverfront Theatre and Arts Centre’s Associate Artist, Connor Allen, has successfully received a £20,000 award from the Live Work Fund from Jerwood Arts.

Let’s Rock Around The Christmas Tree with Kim Wilde and 80s Pop Legends

Let’s Rock will be celebrating some of the best music and most loved acts from the 1980s via their Lets Rock Christmas Show with headliners Tony Hadley, Kim Wilde, Go West, Nik Kershaw and T’ Pau.

Flashback Friday: Newport Playgoers’ Entertaining Angels, Dolman Theatre, Newport (May 2013)

his week’s Flashback Friday review spotlights Newport Playgoers presentation of Richard Everett’s Entertaining Angels. The production, directed by Catherine Morgan, ran at Newport’s Dolman Theatre in May 2013.

Flashback Friday: The Glenn Miller Orchestra, The Riverfront, Newport (May 2010)

This week’s Flashback Friday travels back 10 years to the Glenn Miller Orchestra’s appearance at Newport’s Riverfront Theatre in May 2010. Andy Howells was there to take a non-stop music trip of the war-time bandleaders back catalogue performed by the present-day Glenn Miller Orchestra conducted by bandleader Ray McVay. It is apt that on theContinue reading “Flashback Friday: The Glenn Miller Orchestra, The Riverfront, Newport (May 2010)”

Flashback Friday: Dolman Youth Theatre – St Trinians, Dolman Theatre, Newport (December 2011)

In the early noughties, comic strip artist Ronald Searle’s famous creations, The Girls of St Trinians made a surprise return to the big screen with two new films. The film series (inspired by Searle’s cartoon strip) had originally launched in the 1950s and became a regular box office attraction into the next two decades.

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