The Dark Philosophers
National Theatre Wales with Told by an Idiot…Continue
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Thanks to all who came to the two events on Friday night for Theatre Stripped 1.618. Over a 100 people attended.
We raised a very good sum for Caryl Churchills Gaza charity.
We were amazed by the generosity of individuals.
The evening was a huge success and we gathered some excellent feedback sheets so thankyou for all your comments.
Rachel & I have just come back from London and watched Blasted - I was left stunned, traumatised…Continue
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Narrative and Myth in Poetry with Published Poet Ivy Alvarez…Continue
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The Wizard, the Goat and the Man Who Won the War…Continue
Arad Goch's current production is on the last leg of its tour. Audience numbers have been fantastic and reviewers have been kind.
Although it is primarily a Welsh language production, the English language is intertwined throughout, therefore let this not be a barrier to those non Welsh speakers. (See below details for Welsh learner sessions before the show)…Continue
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Hide&Seek is growing fast – we’re inventing new kinds of play with an exciting list of partners including advertising agencies, the cultural sector,…Continue
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The Newport Assembly is this coming Saturday 13 November. It starts at 5pm and will be happening in the Dark Philosophers Shop (was the Dragons' Den and before that was the Officers Club). Next to Iceland, on Upper Dock Street, in Newport town centre.
Come and see what responses Newport has to the…Continue