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the production: “It’s a really exciting, punchy and family-friendly show, and we’ve managed to pull together an excellent creative team to help put it on.

“It’s got amazing music from

Oscar-winner Paul Williams, a book by the TV series’ original creator Garry Marshall, and is sure to have Pembrokeshire rockin’ and rollin’!” The team are now going to be

looking for people to get involved in the show, as well as actors, the company are appealing for volunteers to take on backstage, off-stage and Front of House roles. “The best bits of setting up this

group and putting on this musical will be putting on display the vast array of talent I know there is in the county, and once again getting large audiences into the De Valence Pavilion in Tenby, which is a superb venue,” Ollie said. Auditions for ‘Happy Days, A

New Musical’ will be held at the start of February, with full details now available at Meanwhile, if you wish to get

Ollie Cole: ‘It’s a really exciting, punchy and family-friendly show’ AUDITIONS will be held in


Tenby for a performance of ‘Happy Days, A New Musical’ from a brand-new Pembrokeshire-based theatre group. DO Theatre Productions has

been set up with the aim of putting on amateur theatre productions across west Wales, in order to help individuals to grow, learn, improve and enjoy by being part of that

Auditions for ‘Happy Days, A

New Musical’ will be held at the start of February and it is due to hit the stage at the end of June. DO Theatre’s first production

will be based on the hit Paramount Pictures television series and DO Theatre producer Ollie Cole, formerly a presenter at Radio Pembrokeshire, says he can’t wait to get going with

involved in any way off-stage, DO Theatre Productions can be contacted at, @ DOTheatreProd on Twitter, info@ by email or via the aforementioned website.


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New production company hold auditions Opera broadcast to the Torch

OPERA superstars soprano

Anna Netrebko and French tenor Roberto Alagna play star-crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet in the Met Opera performance of the classic play, being broadcast to the Torch Theatre, Milford Haven next Saturday, January 21. ‘Roméo et Juliette’, conducted

by Plácido Domingo, is an excellent example of French Romanticism, a tradition that values sensuality, and graceful vocal delivery over showy effects. In the opera, there is a slight shift

of focus away from the word games of the original play and a greater focus on the two lovers, who are given four irresistible duets, including a brief final

reunion in the tomb scene that does not appear in the play.


camerawork takes the viewer onstage to witness some of the production’s most memorable images and sultriest moments as never before with music composed by the 19th century French composer Charles Gounod, best known for his ‘Ave Maria’, based on a work by Bach, as well as his opera ‘Faust’. For tickets, which are £19 (£17 for concessions), visit the Torch Theatre’s website at or call 01646 695267. Customers can now print their own tickets at home, so there will be no need to queue at the Box Office.

Haverfordwest to host film series A COLLABORATION between

local organisations Haverfordwest Transition and Confluence will see a series of eco-art films held at various locations in Haverfordwest over a six-week period. Starting next Friday (Jan 20)

with ‘The Economics of Happiness’, screenings will be followed by informal discussions on issues affecting ‘our time and place’.

The Economics of Happiness - 2011 [E]

The Economics of Happiness

explores the idea that corporate-led globalisation is destroying our jobs, environment, and democracy. The film also points to another way for society: localisation. Showing at 7pm next Friday (Jan

20) in The Lab. Garbage Warrior – 2007 [15] Garbage Warrior is shot over three

years in the USA, India and Mexico. A feature-length documentary, the film tells the story of maverick architect Michael Reynolds, his crew of renegade house builders from New Mexico, and their fight to introduce radically different ways of living. Showing at 7pm on January 27 in The Lab (formerly Ocky White’s).

Four Horsemen – 2012 [E] Four Horsemen brings together

23 ‘international thinkers’ who collectively break their silence on how the world really works and

why there is still a possibility of ‘re- establishing a moral and just society’. Showing at 7pm on February 3

at The Creative Common, 11 Goat Street.

Chasing Ice – 2012 [E] Chasing Ice is centred on the

workings of acclaimed photographer James Balog. Once a climate change sceptic, through his Extreme Ice Survey, Balog discovers ‘undeniable evidence of our changing planet’. Showing at 7pm on February 10

at The Coffee Cave, 24 High Street. Samsara – 2012 [U]

Filmed over nearly five years in

25 countries and five continents (and shot on 73mm film), Samsara looks to transport audiences to the varied worlds of sacred grounds, disaster zones, industrial complexes and natural wonders. Showing at 7pm on February 17 at The Pembroke Yeoman, Hill Street.

Exit Through the Gift Shop – 2010 [15]

An inside story of Street Art,

Exit Through the Gift Shop reveals a ‘brutal’ account of what happens when fame, money and vandalism collide. Lauded as ‘one of the most provocative films about art ever made’. Showing at 7pm on February 24

at The Cellar Cafe, SPARK, 44 High Street.

‘One of the most provocative films about art ever made’: Exit Through the Gift Shop to be screened at The Cellar Cafe

Limited places are available for

each showing. Entry for all films will be free; however, donations are welcomed and advance booking is advised. Please email Kevin@idea- to indicate which films you would like to see, and also for any questions regarding access or particular access needs. Certifications indicated as ‘E’

means a film has not been classified in Britain. Parents may use their own discretion; however, for all films, under-18s must be accompanied by an adult. For more information, details

of all the films can be found by visiting www.thelabhaverfordwest. org/2016/12/14/film4change/ or by emailing

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