Unger and Madison are at it again in Neil Simon’s hilarious contemporary comic classic: the female version of The Odd Couple.
Have you ever wanted to take the stage? Have you a story to tell? Burning to tell that joke? Now’s your chance! Apply today to take the stage at Bristol Old Vic to share your talents with the whole city.
One of the acts in 2018’s Best of BE FESTIVAL, juggler, water-bender, and part-time deep thinker Robin Boon Dale presents the full length edition of his award-winning show.
The latest production from from internationally renowned theatre group and charity, Stepping Out Theatre examines what it is to be human.
Join Bristol Musical Theatre for an action packed, hilarious storyline, featuring a fabulous Gershwin score with plenty of well known musical numbers such as ‘I’ve got Rhythm’ and ‘They can’t take that away from me.’ Crazy for You is full…
Mr Maglump – a new musical for people aged 6-60, covering themes of fear, inclusion, self belief and most importantly, shepherd’s pie… Expect lots of bouncy tunes, some teary eyed old ladies and a man with a rather marvellous secret.
Open story sharing.
The award-winning Natural Theatre Company bring their 10-week Performance & Theatre Skills Course to Bristol. This is an opportunity for anyone over the age of 18 to learn theatre and performance skills in a relaxing and fun environment. The evening…
The Stand-Ups perform their sets, interspersed with a new story, drawing inspiration from the jokes and interactions of the standup with the audience.
The award-winning feminist, atheist, polyamorous comedian and writer for Have I Got News For You, puts away all those years of coquettishness and gets off the fence.
What makes us human? Our ancestors hunted and gathered. In the struggle for resources, mates and survival, we continue the long process of evolution in unlikely ways and in the strangest places.
Penultimate present ‘Place#1: Conversations & Confinement’ and we are looking for emerging artists from any background and any discipline to exhibit their work at our first event on April 17th @ The Station, Bristol.
Should we have kids, or not? George and Nir are a real-life same-sex couple trying to answer a question many of us face.
All details including synopsis attached. Shooting to take place throughout March – estimated 4 shoot days (5 maximum) and we can work around actor availability. Actors must have easy access to Bath.
Performers and writers with an inclination for the humorous.
Unique converted warehouse with an urban feel in the centre of Bristol. Large dance space perfect for a range of activities and events.
CASTING CALL for ‘Checkpoint’ to premiere at the Edinburgh Fringe 2019 Set in a time of hard borders and systematic segregation an enigmatic stranger, Roman, attempts to bluff and bribe his way past two incompetent border-guards…