Newport Playgoers Society will be performing three of Alan Bennett''s Plays
Centrestage Cymru present this family favourite.
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WAWWA are proud to reveal their next production of The Full Monty.
The T42 Team present an afternoon with Cathy Barclay giving a talk on Wildlife on Magor Marsh. Refreshments included.
Newport Playgoers Society present an adaptation of Terry Pratchetts Wyrd Sisters
Newport Operatic Society is delighted to present the Newport Premier of a new family musical based on Lewis Carrol's Classic Novel "Alice Through the Looking Glass". Devised by the same team who created the version of "A Christmas Carol", which the Society presented in 2013, this show is full of lively and tuneful melodies, colourful characters and an exciting plot which sees Alice battling with the evil Red Queen and her armoury of Magic, including a monster. An evening of great fairy tale entertainment for children aged 5 to 95. A great curtain raiser to this year's Christmas entertainment season at the Dolman theatre.
Bolstered by the TWG's production of Macbeth, and further encouraged by the musical comedy aboard the SS Farndale Avenue, Mrs Recce presents her latest theatrical endeavour - The Mikado! Her version is bounded by the usual constraints on casting and costume but she is ably assisted by the Rev. Reg who, as well as playing several parts, organises an origami competition during the interval - one of the high spots of the evening.
Devotees and newcomers to the Farndale ladies will thoroughly enjoy this fun-filled romp, their most ambitious project to date, but if you hear the hum of a top it will be Gilbert and Sullivan spinning in their graves!
360 degrees present a Christmas Cabaret. Start the Christmas season with a bang!!
The T42 team present the christmas special with readings and music from New Harmony Singers on the Sunday and Monday performances and U3A on the Tuesday afternoon peformance
Dolman Theatre Works present Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol. Fun for all the family!!
Christmas fun for all the family!!!
Seasonal fun with Centrestage Cymru.
Newport Playgoers Society present this play about an man who thinks he has
an invisible six foot-tall rabbit for a best friend.
Mini Venture Players will be performing this Disney Junior version of Mulan.
Newport Playgoers Society present this comedy classic by Paul Carpenter and Ian Gower
Family fun with Newport Pantomimes' production of Jack and the Beanstalk
Playgoers New Generation present this swashbuckling adaptation of Alexandre Dumas classic story
Newport Playgoers Society presents this sizzling love-story set against the brutal horrors of the Battle of the Sommes...
Centrestage Cymru present this all singing all dancing musical show
1950s London ... Murder ... Glamour ... This play has it all. An absolute classic.
Performed by Newport Playgoers Society.
The great Hollywood comic director, Mack Sennett, reminisces about his career from the sound stage of the studios he once dominated . It is 1938, and the days of the silent film are over, effectively ending Sennett's career.
In a series of flashbacks, Sennett relates the glory days of the Keystone Studios from 1911, when he discovered Mabel Normand, star of dozens of his early "two-reelers", through his invention of the Bathing Beauties and Keystone Cops to Mabel's death from a heroin overdose in 1930.
Pride and a naturally hard, aggressive personality prevent Sennett from ever declaring openly the love he feels for Mabel. Although she is his mistress until 1920, Mabel leaves him for the "serious" director W.D. Taylor, who not only values her acting, but also treats her with kindness and consideration as well. However, when Taylor is murdered in Mabel's presence, the ensuing scandal wrecks her career. In an attempt to help her make a clean start, Sennett agrees to make her the star of a romantic drama, Molly, which he goes on to direct. The odium still attached to Mabel's name means, however, that no one will distribute the film.
Not content with this unhappy ending, Sennett plots a final scene in which he and Mabel marry, happily surrounded by a classic custard pie fight performed by the Keystone Cops
Newport Playgoers Society will be performing this satirical play
Sharon Higgins Musical Theatre Class present this fun musical for all the family,