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Niamh Jones to play Anne Frank


NEWPORT PLAYGOERS SOCIETY will perform Te Diary of Anne Frank at the Dolman Teatre from 4th - 8th February 2020. Te spirit and resilience of Anne Frank shines through in this powerful dramatisation of her world-famous diaries. Anne’s family were forced into hiding from the Nazis in Amsterdam during the occupation and Holocaust of World War II. Tey were joined by four others and managed to survive in a concealed attic for two years thanks to the bravery of their helpers. Showing incredible wit, determination and strength of character in the face of unbelievable cruelty and horror, Anne’s writing is unfalteringly honest and leaves us with the lasting legacy of the awful truth and tragedy of her situation. Niamh Jones from Newport will be playing the role of Anne in this production. Niamh previously appeared as William in Newport Playgoer’s production of Goodnight Mr Tom and has performed in many plays with Te Dolman Teatre Works. “I feel really honoured to be playing Anne,” says Niamh. “It’s a special privilege as she was a real person and I want to do the best I can in telling her story as truthfully as I can.” Directed by Adele Cordner, this production will include live music composed and arranged by cellist Peter Tewless who recently performed in Pride and Prejudice, and will also be featuring the talented local dancers Katie Francis-Teague and Seren Howells as well as popular actors from Newport Playgoers and some great new performers. Tickets available from the box office by calling 01633 263670 or at Special Offer: Buy two adult tickets and get a child ticket free!!!

SWANSEA: 6-7 FEB. 2020

CARDIFF: 8-9 FEB. 2020

A group of students from St Teilo's C.I.W. High School in Cardiff has been selected to compete at the UK finals of a science and engineering competition aſter their exciting project caught the eye of judges. Te team of Year 12 pupils from the school will now take their place in this year’s Te Big Bang UK Young Scientists & Engineers Competition. Te team, made up of Can Oran, Souza Abdi, Oliver Smith, Ewan Falcon, Yaseen Aldhahi and Kian Cook, has been announced as one of the winners of the regional heats at Te Big Bang Fair South Wales, with the project from the group entitled Production of Brine Water which looked to find more efficient ways to produce the

demineralised water that is used in many different chemical processes and industries. Dr Hilary Leevers, Chief Executive, EngineeringUK said, “Te team from St Teilo's C.I.W. High School really impressed

the judges

with their project and we’re excited to see how they do at the UK finals. It is a huge achievement to progress to this stage of Te Competition and they should be incredibly proud to take up their place and compete at Te Big Bang Fair in March 2020. Going into its twelſth year

in 2020, Te Big

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COLLECTORS FAIR at City Hall, Cardiff Saturday 8th February 2020 10am - 4pm

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Why not come along and have a look? Future date: Saturday 4th April 2020

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young people, providing an amazing opportunity

for young visitors, their teachers and parents to get hands-on with a wide range of activities, workshops

and bring shows,

and engage in meaningful career conversations with professionals, all designed to


learning to life and inspire the next generation.” Te students will be

invited to attend the competition finals, which are taking place at Te Big Bang Fair at Birmingham’s NEC in March 2020. Here, they will vie for top prizes including the coveted title of GSK UK Young Engineer and GSK UK Young Scientist of the Year.

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