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TESTING GROUND: EXPERIMENTS IN DANCE is back. Now in it’s ninth year, it is a chance for dancers and choreographers to test out their exciting new ideas in front of an audience.

Oh look, 2016 Fringe First Award winners Sh!t Theatre again. What is it this time? Oh, is it unemployment? Is there a crisis? Did the government do something wrong again? No, it’s a show about Dolly Parton, we fucking love her – presented by Show And Tell

Weekend of Wonders returns to Weston with a veritable Plethora of dare devil artistes and jaw dropping feats this April with another line up of internationally renowned street performers to bring a sense of magic and wonder to the every day

The Unscripted Players in association with The Bristol Improv Theatre present BIG APRIL SHOW. A showcase of new comedic work produced and performed by Bristol amateur improvisers, featuring two new improvised comedy plays and directorial debuts from Alexios Venieris and Graham Johnson.

Dorian Gray is a beautiful man. This, along with his callousness, is what defines him. When Basil Hallward paints his likeness, Dorian becomes infatuated with how he looks in all his youth and glory – so much so that he forges a sinister pact to retain his looks in exchange for his soul.

The best in improvised comedy – welcome to an evening of songs, gags and general silliness – all of it based around audience suggestions. Good ones receive flying packets of custard; the best of the evening gets a bottle of wine!

With a breathtaking explosion of dance, fire and illusion, Company of Dreams transports you to the exotic, dangerous and magical world of the Arabian Nights. In this brand new production of one of the greatest stories of the ancient world, Scheherazade and her magical tales of genies, ghouls and faeries, of Sinbad, Aladdin and Ali Baba, are retold in Company of Dreams’ thrilling blend of jazz, bellydance and Latin dance.

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 until 9.30pm, pizza until 9pm and pints all night. *This is a metaphor, no actual bums please!

Sundays at The Wardrobe Theatre: Stimulate your Sunday brain by coming down to Sharp Teeth’s monthly night of many genres

What if you woke up one morning as the opposite gender? What if that was the day you were born and you had to wait 25 years before anyone believed you?

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