What’s On

There’s loads going on across our area – if we’re missing something why not add it to the site?

So what’s been happening since our last anti-Brexit revue in May 2019? Not much really … unless you count another Prime Minister, another cabinet, another deal, another general election…

Box

BOX is a humorous and uplifting tale about sibling connection and rivalry, featuring impressive hand-balancing, acrobatics and a mysterious box of tricks.

Bristol  Old Vic Theatre School theatre in education production. Performed in under an hour, this fast paced, playful, and accessible production provides the ideal introduction to one of Shakespeare’s best-loved tragedies, as well as a thrilling revisiting for all those who already know and love the play. Suitable for everyone over the age of five.

The 3rd Brexit themed show by Remania Productions, a successful and popular Bristol-based theatre company who are passionate Europeans, staging satirical, musical revues that reflect the absurdities of the current political situation.

It’s a new year! 2020 is landing, and with that – it’s the return of the Ferment Fortnight and all sorts of excellent ideas from a new collection of South West theatremakers. Come and join us as we prise open the rehearsal room doors and throw some of the finest talent in the West Country onto the Weston Studio stage with a festival that celebrates 10 years of Bristol Ferment – a decade of supporting brilliant South West artists and companies develop and present brilliant work here, in the region, around the country & around the world. Often, it all starts with a sharing in the Ferment Fortnight.

Part improv performance, part hidden camera show, part social experiment.  

Theatre Orchard and Living Spit have teamed up to make the smallest, snappiest ballet ever performed.

RIOT is a true story set in a lamp-lit flat-pack universe bursting with violence, chaos and more characters than you can throw a meatball at. Hammered together with physical theatre and music, The Wardrobe Ensemble tear up the instructions and disregard the diagrams to construct a comedic tragedy of a thoroughly modern kind.

How To Beat Up Your Dad is the tale of one young mans journey through manhood. From a meek teenager to becoming a young man stealing Yakults, searching for happiness and finally standing up to his own dad.

Scratchpad is the Bristol Improv Theatre’s new scratch night – carving out stage time for fledgling ideas, emerging groups and the shooting sprouts of talent.

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