Each night, a cast of professional actors and team of talented musicians produce a brand-new, hilarious, smash-hit musical inspired by YOUR stories.
A fairy tale adventure bursting with their trademark clowning, absurd jokes, live music and magical illusion.
The classic fantasy, re-imagined for a troubled world. Rebellious and edgy, join one of the great anti-heroes on his adventures in search of home. How long would you wait for a true love?
Tales of the Forest presents a Tree-mendous Community Picnic. Everyone welcome for a feast of making, music and food themed around trees, woodlands and forests. Featuring storytelling, live music, free family workshops and a giant picnic blanket!
A Playful Exploration of Grief Through Physical Theatre and Music.
Invisible Thread is in intimate, multi sensory show for mothers and their pre-crawling babies.
Impermanence Presents… a double bill of exceptional dance artists – Crystal Zillwood & The House of Strays. See Bristol Old Vic website for more info – https://bristololdvic.org.uk/whats-on/impermanence-presents-crystal-zilwood-the-house-of-strays
The Bristol Sessions Youth Choir are looking for new vocalists! We are launching an exciting new project in the heart of the city, and we want budding new vocalists to join our ranks. Work with some of the leading vocalists…
Insane Root’s February Fundraiser celebrating its burgeoning songbook
Three top-rate Bristol performers give a unique evening of poetry, music and festive-themed silliness!
Olivier Award nominated Les Enfants Terribles bring their signature style of visual storytelling to the stage with their First World War epic, The Trench
A guitarist at the very forefront of his generation; a troubadour, balladeer and storyteller cut in the old style
A brilliantly fun interactive storytelling show for ages 3-8 and their families, presented by Katie Storer and Simon Panrucker
Live jazz and blues piano, accompanying wonderful sotrytelling from the pianist to the stars. His tales take him from New Orleans jazz clubs to entertaining Stanley Kubrick. DO NOT MISS THIS
A bi-monthly night of storytelling for grown ups at The Greenbank Pub, Easton. Sit back and listen in or ‘tell a story, sing a song or show your bum!’ * Floor spots from 8.30pm, stories from the Hags and friends…
Storytelling with live music