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Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs Theatre Royal Bath Review

   The house may be decked with boughs of holly, presents tucked under the tree and lights around the front door twinkle brightly, but Christmas has never begun until you’ve seen ...





Thriller Live Theatre Royal Bath Review 27th November 2017

  Michael Jackson, the undisputed king of rock and pop, left behind a creative legacy of music and performance that is still as vibrant and exciting as the day he first donned the famous jew...





A Judgement In Stone, Theatre Royal, Bath Review 21st November 2017

  The acclaimed Classic Thriller Company couldn’t get a better thriller to perform than this one with more twists than a corkscrew, a fractured family, a creepy house-keeper and of cou...





Ballet Rambert Ghost Dances Theatre Royal, Bath Review 2nd November 2017

  The Ballet Rambert, founded by Marie Rambert in 1926, is famous for its innovative and dynamic approach to dance and choreography. Their productions are always guaranteed to push the boun...





The Best Man Theatre Royal Bath Review 9th October 2017

  Gore Vidal’s controversial take on America’s elective process in the shape of his play, The Best Man, was written in the 60s but the mechanics of the political machinery remain...





How The Other Half Loves, Theatre Royal Bath Review 2nd October 2017

   Alan Ayckbourn’s riotous comedy, How The Other Half Loves, is a stand-alone masterpiece of fun but put together with this star studded cast it gains an extra dimension of hilar...





The Real Thing Theatre Royal Bath Review 19th September 2017

   Tom Stoppard’s play The Real Thing is set in 1982; cue tip-tappy typewriter, vinyl LPs and TV with a cathode ray tube, all set to support the lives of a curmudgeonly playwright...





The Lady In The Van Theatre Royal Bath Review 22nd August 2017

  Alan Bennett’s touching and at times very funny drama concerning an elderly and eccentric lady who lives in a van in the street outside his house, eventually moving into his garden, ...







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