Congratulations to all involved in the Bath Theatre Matters conference. Such an important & brilliant initiative. Bravo!” – West End Producer In 2013 we asked Does Bath Theatre Matter? In 2014 we Broke Boundaries. This year we want to start Bridging The Gaps. What Can We Do About Equality In
Whilst the title may imply that you need to be a huge rugby fan to enjoy this, it is definitely not a mandatory requirement. However, It is the Rugby World Cup 2015 and three ardent rugby fans find themselves arguing as to which is the greatest moment in the game’s
Ellen Havard presents HURRICANE BOY: Saturday 3rd & Sunday 4th October 2015 “There once was a storm, and in that storm, there was a boy…” One of the country’s most exciting new talents in theatre for young people, Ellen Havard, brings the highly acclaimed Hurricane Boy to the egg next
Using extracts from nearly 30 of Shakespeare’s plays, both serious and funny, this original, entertaining and thought-provoking play shows the inebriated ne’er do well Christopher Sly from The Taming of the Shrew encountering the mysterious Will, who takes him on a journey through the seven ages of man, and asks him to choose between
A new adaptation by Robert Icke and Duncan MacmillanHeadlong, Nottingham Playhouse and Almeida Theatre It is impossible to escape the prophetic nature of 1984, in the light of social media and the internet never has the nature of Big Brother felt so prevalent and terrifying. The cacophony of this
“I am in urgent need of 4 actors for a course on 10th & 11th of Oct 10th Oct – Actor 1 (2hrs) 11th Oct – Actors 1-4 (4hrs) We are running a course on communication for personal trainers and we need some actors to play potential clients with varying
Theatre West’s dark and dazzling new play Kingdom of the Icebear by Martin Malcolm comes to The Rondo Theatre Bath, Tuesday 20th to Saturday 24th October. A November night in a sleepy Somerset town and in a shed a monster stirs. A switch is thrown, a generator thuds and
FILM Nosferatu The Vampyre (Werner Herzog) Friday 13 Nov 2015, 7.30pm Weston Studio, The Edge, University of Bath, Claverton Down, Bath, BA2 7AY £8.50, £6 concs Box Office: 01225 386777 www.icia.org.uk The ultimate arthouse fright-night offering, directed by one of international cinema’s leading and most imaginative filmmakers, and starring
Bristol Old Vic is delighted to welcome a Bristol Ferment success story back to Bristol Old Vic, following a critically acclaimed run at Theatre503, where it has been nominated for six Off West End awards, including Most Promising Playwright. Bea Roberts’ And Then Come The Nightjars was developed through Bristol Old Vic Ferment in
Stanislav Yovanovitch plays Chopin, Liszt and Schumann, “Performances very different from anything and everything I’ve heard before. They make me think of a time before piano playing became an imitative art….they are incandescent, titanic, lyrical and always committed, original,thought provoking and fascinating”. New York critic Radu Lelitui of Fanfare magazine.
Auditions at the Bath Drama Hut on Monday the 5th of October and Wednesday the 7th of October at 7.30pm and on Sunday the 11th of October at 7pm at Picnic Coffee on Burton Street, entrance through Rupert & Buckley. Performances will be at the Rondo Theatre, Larkhall in January 2016.