Want to know the Industry secrets of the Make-Up Artists of stage and screen? Then look no further… The Theatre Royal Fundraisers and Theatre Bath are hosting an exclusive workshop with Melanie Crump; Founder and Principal of the Bath Academy of Media Makeup. Melanie has a wealth of
Storycycle Theatre Company was set up in April 2015 by actor Richard Holborn and storyteller Rosie Hudson. Cast together in a corporate improvising role engaging with the general public whilst enjoying a day out in Bond Street in central London they soon realised that they had something special to develop.
The evening is hosted by Silky, an amiable, lanky Liverpudlian who doesn’t like the idea of preparing a comedy act in advance – a thing he likens, strangely, to carrying a rucksack onstage and bringing out a polished boulder that never changes. Silky rejects the rucksack, preferring, well, the ragbag.
Redcliffe Caves, Bristol The crushing, oppressive chill of Macbeth’s world is captured magnificently in these red stone, dimly lit caves. The atmosphere is electric the audience are guided through the maze of tunnels and spaces revealing one of the most inspired productions in recent years. Hannah Drake directing has kept
VISUAL ARTS Exhibition: Best of the South West Friday 17 July – Saturday 29 August The Pound presents the best work from graduate arts showcases across the South West. Expect a heady mix of genres from the top up-and-coming artists across the region, specially selected to give you a
20th July 2015 The Pantaloons’ production of Pride and Prejudice breathes new life into this well-known text. Part dramatisation, part send up, this is a lively and funny performance. Five actors contrive to play all the characters in the novel through ingenious multi-roling and narration pushes the plot forward. Dialogue
This stark, hard hitting drama is an account of six women convicted of petty crimes in 1807 and sentenced to a life of hard labour in Britain’s overseas penal colony, Australia, based on true accounts from slave ships of the time. During the six month voyage they are kept
A brand new production of Talking Heads starring Stephanie Cole (Coronation Street, Waiting for God, Tenko), Siobhan Redmond (Dunsinane, Between the Lines, Taggart) and Karl Theobald (Twenty Twelve, Green Wing, Primeval) opens at the Theatre Royal Bath appearing from Wednesday 22nd July to Saturday 8th August as part of the
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is a musical of biblical proportions, not only with its setting, but also the audience’s expectations of this well established, popular Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice classic. Bath Theatre School set themselves a considerable challenge with two casts performing this high octane sung-through
After seventeen highly successful annual productions, Storm on the Lawn – one of Bath’s biggest outdoor summer shows – will be staged for the last time this August. This year’s Summer School starts on Monday 3rd August, when once again a young company of actors and backstage crew will start