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Circus of Horrors at Wookey Hole Caves

The new Circus of Horrors show will be a celebration of the 25 years and will include an amazing amalgamation of acts, driven by a rock n roll sound scape, a show that will have you sat on the edge of...

From 18 Oct 2019 To 19 Oct 2019
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Halloween Party at Wookey Hole Caves

Join us for an evening of Halloween family fun, where the Wookey Hole Witch will host the night and cast some spells along with a very Special Guest!

From 26 Oct 2019 To 26 Oct 2019
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The Life I Lead - Theatre Royal Bath

Best remembered for his performance as Mr Banks in Disney’s classic Mary Poppins, David Tomlinson was renowned for paying the classic English gent, forthright,proper, and a loveable fool. His me...

From 27 Aug 2019 To 31 Aug 2019
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The Man in The White Suit - Theatre Royal Bath

Stephen Mangan and Kara Tointon play Bath prior to the West End, in the world premiere of the classic Ealing comedy The Man in the White Suit.

From 06 Sep 2019 To 21 Sep 2019
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Disney’s My Son Pinocchio - Geppetto’s Tale

Multi-award-winning Zenith Youth Theatre Company present this classic Disney tale of toymaker Geppetto’s little wooden puppet when he is given a lease of new life (

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THE POWER OF COMPASSION CONCERT WITH THE TASHI LHUNPO MONKS

Eight Tibetan monks bring a moving and inspirational insight into the world of sacred music and monastic dance from the contemplative, mesmerising chant of Buddhist texts and mantras to the majestic b...

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Enjoy at the Theatre Royal

Enjoy - Theatre Royal - Bath’Enjoy’, Alan Bennett’s play starring the redoubtable Alison Steadman and David Troughton, was written almost thirty years ago and is a witty and sometime...

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Shout - Theatre Royal - Bath

Shout, Theatre Royal, BathBeing fully paid up members of the 60s (despite the famous adage that if you can remember them you can’t have been there!) we were looking forward to a good trip, hey m...

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Stomp, Theatre Royal Bath

Stomp, Theatre Royal BathRaw energy, wild enthusiasm, compelling tribal rhythms, these are about the least phrases that you can use to describe Stomp.  We saw the show a couple of years ago in Lo...

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The Circle -Theatre Royal Bath

The Circle, Theatre Royal BathSomerset Maughan’s The Circle is a witty and gentle satire about love and marriage in the upper classes set in Dorset in 1921.  The story centres on Lady Kitty...

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The House Of The Baskervilles - Theatre Royal

The House Of The Baskervilles - Theatre Royal, BathThe Hound of the Baskervilles, Conan Doyle’s most famous detective meets ghost story, has been interpreted for the stage many times but never i...

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Life And Beth : Theatre Royal Bath

Life And Beth : Theatre Royal BathAlan Ayckbourn is no stranger to writing plays containing a haunting and a body or two and Life and Beth tackles the subject of widowhood, the strains of family life ...

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Boeing Boeing Theatre Royal Bath

Boeing Boeing, Theatre Royal, BathPlaying to a packed house and enthusiastic audience on a Monday night shows the draw of a good old fashioned comedy farce.  This one has everything, multiple mis...

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Oliver at the Theatre Royal, Bath

Oliver at the Theatre Royal, BathWhat a rare treat the Bath Operatic and Dramatic Society’s production of the enduring musical, Oliver is, from its opening scene at the workhouse with the boys&#...

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Quadrophenia, Theatre Royal, Bath

The first night of the new production of The Who’s classic rock opera Quadrophenia at the Theatre Royal, Bath, was heralded outside the theatre by dozens of bona fide scooter owners from the Rad...

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Balmoral, Theatre Royal, Bath

   Balmoral, Theatre Royal, BathBalmoral, written by David Frayn, is an anarchic comedy stretching the boundaries of the wildest imagination. The revolution of 1917 didn’t happen...

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Shakers, Theatre Royal, Bath

Shakers is the 1985 baby of the Hull Truck Theatre company written by John Godber and Jane Thornton and as a play still very relevant today. The play casts four young girls who play the waitress...

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Mrs Warren’s Profession, Theatre Royal, Bath

    A packed audience at the Theatre Royal, Bath, were treated to a glorious performance of Shaw’s controversial play, Mrs Warren’s Profession, starring Felicity Kendal...

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Present Laughter, Theatre Royal, Bath

Present Laughter is Noël Coward at his witty and vituperative best; the play is full of acid rejoinders and memorable one liners and the excellent cast make the most of their comedic value by imp...

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Wife After Death, Theatre Royal, Bath

Wife After Death, written by Eric Chappell whose comedy credits include Rising Damp and Duty Free to name but two, is a return to the great tradition of British comedy/farce as only he can do it. I a...

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The Woman In Black, Theatre Royal Bath

Susan Hill wrote the novel and the late Stephen Mallatratt’s adaptation of it brought the most spine chilling and eerie tale off the page and onto the stage. There are all the best ingredients ...

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The Country Girl : Theatre Royal Bath,

Clifford Odets’s play The Country Girl is the second production to take place at the newly and gloriously refurbished Theatre Royal in Bath, playing to a packed house drawn in by two well known ...

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Carrie’s War, Theatre Royal Bath

Carrie’s War is an adaptation of Nina Bawden’s book a poignant and sensitive story of children evacuated to the country, in this case a mining town in Wales, during the Second World War. ...

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Aladdin, Theatre Royal, Bath

Stamping the snow off our boots and walking into the foyer of the Theatre Royal, Bath, which was dominated by a large and beautifully dressed Christmas tree, we both agreed that what could be a better...

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Corrie!, Theatre Royal, Bath

Even if you are not a committed fan of Coronation Street, possibly the longest running soap of all, you can’t fail to enjoy this theatre production of its 50 year history since the first episode...

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Jeffrey Bernard Is Unwell, Theatre Royal, Bath

Jeffrey Bernard was probably more famous for being a witty and eccentric drunk than his journalistic career which, like the rest of his life, seemed to happen to him rather by accident than design! H...

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The Madness Of George Iii, Theatre Royal Bath

Alan Bennett’s play The Madness of George III gives a fascinating insight into the life of the King and the political unrest, greed and intrigue during his reign exacerbated by his incapacitatio...

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An Inspector Calls, Theatre Royal, Bath

Stephen Daldry’s hugely successful revival of J B Priestley’s play, An Inspector Calls has won more awards than you can shake a stick at since it’s first showing in 1992. It’s...

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Moscow City Ballet Swan Lake Theatre Royal Bath

   A night at the ballet is so different from any other theatre experience somehow it has more of a buzz about it, more of a frisson that you are going to witness something very special...

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Seasons Greetings, Theatre Royal, Bath

   What better start to the festive season than a weekend with good friends making the most of a day out in Bath in the crisp winter sunshine, browsing the charming Christmas Market sta...

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Funny Peculiar, Theatre Royal, Bath

  The late Mike Stott’s Funny Peculiar was written in 1973, originally far too shocking for the British stage it had its premier in Germany before taking a couple of years to find a Br...

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Hysteria, Theatre Royal, Bath

   Terry Johnson is a master of the darkly funny and his play Hysteria is on the cusp of farce, slapstick and the deeply disturbing recesses of the mind. Revolving around an imagined me...

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The Woman In Black, Theatre Royal Bath

    Susan Hill wrote the novel and the late Stephen Mallatratt’s adaptation of it brought the most spine chilling and eerie tale off the page and onto the stage. There are a...

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Quartermaine’s Terms, Theatre Royal, Bath

   Simon Gray’s play first seen in 1981 but set in the 60’s takes place in the staff room of a Cambridge language school for foreign students. The plot revolves around sev...

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The Mousetrap, Theatre Royal, Bath

   The Mousetrap, Theatre Royal, Bath Diamond Anniversary TourThe Mousetrap, probably Agatha Christie’s most famous play due to its astonishing longevity, has finally left London after...

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Surprises, Theatre Royal, Bath

  Alan Ayckbourn’s latest play Surprises is indeed a surprise in that he has left behind the cosy world of middle-aged suburbia and forged a trip into the future with time travel no p...

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Midnight Tango Theatre Royal Bath

  High excitement filled the Theatre Royal, Bath, for the performance of Midnight Tango, the show born out of Strictly Come Dancing and starring the beautiful Flavia Cacace and her twinkle-...

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Dracula Theatre Royal Bath Storm On The Lawn At Prior Park College

   Storm on the Lawn at Bath’s Prior Park College is the Theatre Royal’s annual theatre summer school both for aspiring young actors and actresses, and also those whose theatrica...

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Fiddler On The Roof Theatre Royal Bath

   The story of Fiddler on the Roof was adapted from the Jewish tales of Sholem Aleichem, in which the central character Tevye, the dairyman, was based on a real dairyman that he had m...

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Peter Pan Theatre Royal Bath

  Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without that irrepressible duo, Chris Harris and Jon Monie, giving us some good old fashioned festive fun with the panto of their choice! This time ...

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The Play That Goes Wrong - Theatre Royal Bath

   Well, so it’s the next morning after seeing this and I’m still tittering over breakfast, my ribs ache and to be honest I’d quite like to go back a second time to se...

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Roundelay Theatre Royal Bath

   Alan Ayckbourn’s Roundelay is a collection of five short plays, all loosely connected (the same characters feature in some of them) and the order in which they are performed is...

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Daphne Du Mauriers Rebecca Theatre Royal Bath

   This really is an amazing production of Rebecca, fleshing out the slightly grim story with lustily sung sea-shanties, live music, dancing, puppetry, and a very atmospheric set which ...

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Oh What A Lovely War Theatre Royal Bath

  Back in 1963, Joan Littlewood conceived the satirical musical, Oh What a Lovely War, with her Theatre Workshop; charting the progress of the First World War with all its attendant horrors...

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A Mad World My Masters Theatre Royal Bath Review 7th April 2015

  The English Touring Theatre presents the RSC’s production of Thomas Middleton’s Jacobean comedy updated to the sleazy streets of Soho in the 1950s and in the process none of i...

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The Importance Of Being Earnest Theatre Royal Bath 15th June 2015

  How marvellous it is when an old favourite which you know and love and has been dusted down, given a new slant and proves to even more entertaining than before! Adrian Noble has given us...

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She Stoops To Conquer Review Theatre Royal Bath 10th July 2015

  Lindsay Posner has taken liberties with Oliver Goldsmith’s Restoration comedy and set it in the roaring twenties but how well it sits in its new timeframe. The dialogue is slick, w...

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Mrs Henderson Presents - Revew 25 August Theatre Royal - Bath

    Mrs Henderson Presents is based on the film of the same name telling the story of the eccentric and wealthy widow, Mrs Henderson, who in the autumn of her life on a whim bough...

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1984 - Theatre Royal, Bath Review - 29th September 2015

   George Orwell’s novel 1984 could never be described as easy light reading describing a grim dystopian future for the world with the human race being reduced to nothing more than rob...

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Before The Party Theatre Royal Bath Review

  Rodney Ackland’s play Before the Party was based on a short story by W. Somerset Maugham and set in the late 1940s, when post-war rationing was still in force and people were beginn...

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Jack and the Beanstalk Theatre Royal Bath Review 13th December 2015

  It’s the festive season and there can be nothing more festive than a visit to a really good Panto, with all the usual suspects, silly jokes, horrible villain, beautiful princess, ha...

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Let It Be - Theatre Royal Bath- Review 1st February 2016

  Let it Be is billed as a celebration of the music of the Beatles but it turned out to be so much more! A historic trip down memory lane, aided by archive film footage of the 60’s a...

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Alan Ayckbourn Confusions Theatre Royal Bath Review 15th February 2016

  Alan Ayckbourn’s play Confusions is a very clever meld of five short plays set in the 70s (when it was written) and they are still deliciously hilarious today. The first revolves a...

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Hobson’s Choice Theatre Royal Bath Review 1st March 2016

   Jonathan Church’s production of the classic comedy Hobson’s Choice really couldn’t fail to please with its cast including the inestimable Martin Shaw, Christopher Timoth...

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West Side Story Theatre Royal Bath Review 22nd March 2016

  Bath Operatic and Dramatic Society presents West Side StoryWhat a treat for us; BODS reprise the musical West Side Story performed as it should be with a full orchestra. This adds so muc...

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Rehearsal For Murder, Theatre Royal, Bath Review 29th March 2016

  Rehearsal for Murder, written by the prolific writers Richard Levinson and William Link, most famous for creating Murder She Wrote and the long running detective series, Columbo, have come...

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Goodnight Mister Tom Theatre Royal Bath Review 26th April 2016

    Michelle Magorian’s emotive story of a young evacuee during the Second World War who is sent out into the English countryside from a harsh and poor environment in London is be...

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Brideshead Revisited Theatre Royal Bath Review 3rd May 2016

Television viewers and theatregoers alike, it would seem we all can’t get enough of period dramas and classic stories from times gone by. Evelyn Waugh’s novel Brideshead Revisited has be...

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Breakfast At Tiffany’s, Theatre Royal Bath, Review 17th May 2016

   Based on Truman Capote’s classic New York story of Holly Golightly, a goodtime girl with an enviable social life who eventually falls in love with her penniless neighbour, Brea...

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After Miss Julie Theatre Royal Bath Review 26th May 2016

 After Miss Julie is based on August Strindberg’s 1888 classic, Miss Julie, but brings the story forward in time from midsummer’s eve on the estate of a Count in Sweden to 1945 and t...

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Present Laughter, Theatre Royal, Bath Review 28th June 2016

 Noël Coward almost never disappoints and Present Laughter, his comedy written around the exciting and glamorous world of show business as he knew it, can’t fail especially with its s...

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While The Sun Shines Theatre Royal Bath Review 19th July 2016

  If you want to laugh until you cry look no further than a visit to the Theatre Royal Bath, and the production of Terence Rattigan’s comedy While the Sun Shines. So rarely does the p...

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A Midsummer Night’S Dream, Theatre Royal, Bath Review, 9th August 2016

  As befits the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, the Theatre Royal, Bath, has included one of his best-loved plays in their summer season. If you are a fan of Shakespeare, y...

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La Calisto, English Touring Opera, Theatre Royal, Bath Review 24th October 2016

  The English Touring Opera company do a magnificent job of bringing opera to a wider audience throughout the country, and gathering new converts to this sometimes neglected genre of musical...

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The Rocky Horror Show Theatre Royal, Bath Review 14th November 2016

   Find those fishnet tights, squeeze into that spangled corset (and this is just the men) and get ready to be part of the wild party that is the audience when the Rocky Horror Show com...

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Relatively Speaking The Theatre Royal Bath Review 28th November 2016

  Alan Ayckbourn’s wonderfully funny play, Relatively Speaking, set in the 1960s has certainly stood the test of time. No matter how many social changes have occurred down through so...

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Aladdin, Theatre Royal, Bath Review 9th December 2016

  For us nothing starts off the festive season better than a visit to the panto, and there could be a no more glittering, colourful and entertaining start than this year’s production ...

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The Miser, Theatre Royal, Bath Review 15th February 2017

  If you think you have seen Molière’s comedy The Miser before, think again because for sure you will never have seen it like this. The Theatre Royal Bath played the lucky host ...

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What The Butler Saw, Theatre Royal, Bath Review 27th March 2017

  What the Butler Saw is the last play written by Joe Orton before his untimely death aged 34; sadly he never saw it performed which is a great pity as it is rather marvellous. Written in ...

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The Addams Family, Theatre Royal, Bath Review 13th June 2017

  The Addams Family, originally a cartoon by the eponymous Charles Addams, then a TV series, now the musical! The TV show, originally shown in the early 60s was revived in the 90s but my h...

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Racing Demon, Theatre Royal, Bath Review 27th June 2017

  Sir David Hare’s thought provoking play, Racing Demon, written some twenty-five years ago focuses on four clergymen struggling with their inner-city London parishes, dwindling worsh...

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North By NorthwestTheatre Royal Bath Review 2nd August 2017

  The UK premiere of the new stage production of North by Northwest is spectacular in all respects, superb acting, sensational special effects, and a pretty faithful recreation of Hitchcock...

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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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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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 ...

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Blood Brothers, Theatre Royal, Bath Review 17th January 2018

  Blood Brothers, Willy Russell’s timeless musical with the powerful storyline, never runs out of steam. In this production, Lyn Paul returns in the role of Mrs Johnstone in which cap...

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St Petersburg Classic Ballet The Nutcracker Theatre Royal Bath Review 8th February 2018

  Tchaikovsky’s delightful ballet, The Nutcracker, deserves to be seen not just at Christmas but any time in the year and for me it much brightened a cold and dreary February evening. ...

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The Play That Goes Wrong Theatre Royal Bath Review 12th February 2018

  The Play that Goes Wrong, can certainly do no wrong; the acclaimed Mischief Theatre’s creation it’s won every award going and continues to inject unsuspecting audiences up and ...

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This House Review at the Theatre Royal Bath

  If there’s one thing that James Graham’s lively political drama, This House, confirms is that nothing changes. It’s set in the mid-70s when the General Election resulted...

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Quartet Theatre Royal Bath Review 16th April 2018

  Quartet is a play about growing old gracefully (or disgracefully) and accepting your limitations. It revolves around four residents of a retirement home for theatricals, particularly singe...

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Sherlock Holmes The Final Curtain Theatre Royal Bath Review

   The Theatre Royal Bath proudly hosts the World Premier production of Sherlock Holmes : The Final Curtain starring the much-loved Robert Powell and Liza Goddard, always a great team a...

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The Rat Pack Live From Las Vegas Theatre Royal Bath Review 21st May 2018

   It’s the golden era of the 1950s, musical entertainment is big bands, classy crooners and glamorous performances and there was nowhere more glitzy than Vegas. If you had a tic...

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Thoroughly Modern Millie Theatre Royal Bath Review 29th May 2018

  Having seen and loved the original film starring Julie Andrews and Mary Tyler Moore way back in 1967 and a few incarnations since, I must say this production of Thoroughly Modern Millie is...

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An Ideal Husband Theatre Royal Bath Review 19th July 2018

   To say the cast of An Ideal Husband is star studded is a bit of an understatement; two Foxes, Edward and Freddie, Susan Hampshire, Frances Barber, Nathaniel Parker and Sally Bretton ...

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God Of Carnage, Theatre Royal, Bath Review 10th September 2018

    Yasmina Reza’s sharp comedy God of Carnage illustrates the pitfalls of modern middle-class parenting where two disparate couples are locked in a battle over their respec...

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Shakespeare In Love Theatre Royal Bath Review 9th October 2018

  Shakespeare in Love, based on the screenplay of the film by Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard, and adapted for the stage by Lee Hall, is all at once a comedy, a tragedy and a rollicking good st...

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Vulcan 7 Theatre Royal Bath Review 15th October 2018

   Written by Adrian Edmondson and Nigel Planer, Vulcan 7 is the story of two actors who first knew each other as drama students and forged very different paths in their respective care...

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The Nightingales Theatre Royal Bath Review 6th November 2018

   William Gaminara’s new play The Nightingales is firmly placed in the 21st century and our current obsession with five minutes of fame in the shape of TV talent shows where even...

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English Touring Opera Baroque Triple Bill Review Theatre Royal Bath 13th November 2018

   The English Touring Opera is the master of offering audiences something original and pushing the boundaries of what is performed as conventional opera. No more so than its baroque tr...

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Peter Pan Theatre Royal Bath Review 16th December 2018

   Nothing could make the anticipation of Christmas greater than a trip to the pantomime. The Theatre Royal, Bath, have certainly upped their game this year with the production of Peter...

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The Nutcracker Moscow City Ballet Theatre Royal Bath Review

  The Moscow City Ballet company put on a truly superb performance of the iconic Christmas ballet, The Nutcracker, which couldn’t fail to please anyone who saw it at the Theatre Royal ...

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The Lady Vanishes Theatre Royal Bath Review

   Alfred Hitchcock’s classic thriller The Lady Vanishes is brought to the stage by the estimable Classic Thriller Theatre Company making sure the mysterious story translates to t...

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A Song At Twilight Theatre Royal Bath Review

   In this production of Noël Coward’s acerbic and semi-autobiographical drama A Song at Twilight we’re given a chance to see the legend that is Simon Callow at work, ...

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Rebus, Long Shadows, Theatre Royal, Bath Review 4th March 2019

 Ian Rankin’s highly popular detective novels featuring the taciturn and slightly grumpy Detective Inspector Rebus became a highly successful television series and now takes to the stage in...

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The Girl On The Train, Theatre Royal Bath, Review 8th April 2019

  Adapted for the stage by Rachel Wagstaff and Duncan Abel, from Paula Hawkins’s best-selling thriller The Girl on the Train, this is one of the finest transitions from book (and film)...

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My Mother Said I Never Should Theatre Royal Bath Review

    Written by Charlotte Keatley My Mother Said I Never Should is a thought-provoking play about four generations of mothers and daughters, each handing down a part of themselves a...

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Let It Be, Theatre Royal Bath, Review

   If you loved The Beatles you’ll love Let It Be, a musical walk down memory lane including forty of the Beatles’s greatest hits played back to back from the beginning of t...

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Blithe Spirit, Theatre Royal, Bath Review

     I’ve seen Noel Coward’s deliciously funny play Blithe Spirit many times and I have to say this is the best production by a mile to date. I’m sure if Mr...

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The Argument Theatre Royal Bath

    William Boyd’s dark and insightful comedy, The Argument, is all about how apparently trivial and petty disagreements between couples, mask deeper problems which have a ha...

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