A NATURALS THEATRICAL WALKING TOUR Come and enjoy the sights, sounds and tastes of Bath on The Naturals’ hilariously entertaining performance journeys around Bath. The theatrical walks are laced with fabulous performances and are a joyous way to see the city. Funny, fascinating and fulfilling. Throughout the Autumn, the Naturals
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The Rose Bowl Awards are the annual amateur oscar awards, celebrating the best of amateur theatre in the South West. We’ll be keeping this blog updated as the winning entries come in. Good luck to all our local companies! Congratulations to all our local winners! ROSE BOWL
Many years ago, in January 2004, Curtain Up Theatre School opened its doors for the first time. Now Bath’s leading independent Theatre School, it has become formed a way of life for many families in Bath, in particular, the Robertson family. Brothers, Tom and Andrew Robertson were part of
There is one month left for local arts organisations to apply to the Theatre Royal Bath’s CREATIVE FUND, a unique and innovative arts funding programme for the South West. The Theatre Royal Bath’s CREATIVE FUND is running for a second year, offering grants totalling £50,000 support projects in ALL forms
Beyond the Stage A Photography Exhibition by Ken Abbott For the last two years Ken Abbott has been working with various theatre companies across Bath documenting what the audience never sees. The raw talent, dedication and hard work that goes on behind the scenes. And the project focused not just on the
The Freckles Effect is an exuberant family musical that ‘spreads infectious joy’ (Bath Chronicle) with an exceptional youth cast. The cast includes past leads from Matilda, the 2015 Junior World Tap Dancing Champion and winner of the Musical Theatre 2015 Rose Bowl. Set in 1930s South Devon, Freckles revolves
Exit Stage Left’s youth section haven’t done a full length musical for many years as they have been fundraising for new radio mics. After a fundraising show at the Rondo last autumn the youngsters performed songs from the Broadway hit, 13 : The musical, and they then begged their director
We have 18 nominations for B&NES based companies this year! What an amazing achievement. We’ve highlighted the local companies in the list below. Theatre Bath would like to congratulate all local companies for their nominations. The South West’s amateur theatre “Oscar” awards night will this year take place at a
Zenith Youth Theatre have pledged a staggering £1000 towards the Theatre Bath Bus.
The Argyle Players will present Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic thriller ‘The Hound of the Baskervilles’ as their Summer production, with performances running from Wednesday 24th to Saturday 27th August 2016 at The Tovey Hall Theatre, Central United Reformed Church, in Grove Street, Bath. Adapted and dramatised by Tim
The Natural Theatre Company is set to thrill Jane Austen Festival goers again this year with a return of their hilarious Austen Undone! tours. Taking place on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th September 2016, these improvised theatrical walks explore the literary life and ‘lost’ creative ideas of Jane Austen…with a bit of a surprise and a lot of humour.
Look out for some exciting productions coming to the Space in Keynsham… SATURDAY 30 JULY – 7:30pm Pure (Chocolate) Mikron Theatre Company Presents The Business of Chocolate Writer : Richard Vergette Composer & Musical Director : Rebekah Hughes Designer : Kate Morton Director : Stefan Escreet Kreation Foods are
All aboard the Theatre Bath Bus – a unique venue which will benefit the entire arts community in Bath and the surrounding areas. DONATE: Imagine being able to take a performance anywhere – anywhere with 13 meters of parking space. Impossible? Not anymore, thanks to the Bath Theatre Bus! The Theatre
Return to the Forbidden Planet by Bob Charlton, Kingswood Theatre, Bath Weds 20th July – Saturday 23rd July 2016 Join Captain Tempest and his fearless crew on their journey into hyperspace and beyond! This winner of the 1990 Olivier Award for Best Musical bursts with red hot rock
This Thursday, Show of Strength Theatre Company will bring its nightly theatrical walks to the streets of Bath, following in the footsteps of Mary Shelley as she wrote the iconic Frankenstein, opening on what is forecast to be a thundery night reminiscent of the one which inspired the book 200
Dying to Please You is a dark comedy about cancer, death and dying, inspired by a true storyIn May 2013 Vid Warren, 23, was diagnosed with brain cancer. We were told his chances were about as slim as a peanut on a railway track, and so began the 20 month
After its success at the Rondo Theatre in March… Dog Show is back in Bath! And this time it’s raising money for Bath Cats and Dogs Home! Coiffed and teased to perfection, clipped and trimmed in all the right places Sylvia Hunt’s Dog Show is a fabulous 60 minutes
THE ILLUMINATING TIMES OF THE DARKLING SOCIETY A PLAY. OUTSIDE. AFTER DARK. For four nights this June audiences in Bath have an opportunity to be part of a theatre performance which combines story-telling, live music and the magic of the great outdoors. Bath-based Kilter’s new production, The Illuminating Times of
Next month Bath G&S Society presents a new production of Princess Ida or Castle Adamant, one of Gilbert and Sullivan’s lesser known comic operas. The opera was last performed by the group in 2005 and has been presented by the group on three previous occasions since 1986. Dave Key-Pugh’s fully-staged
Bath Light Operatic Group return to the Roper Theatre, West Wing, Hayesfield School, Bath this year with their annual Songs from the Shows concert. This year the theme is celebrating 60 years of performing at the Theatre Royal Bath and the audience will be taken on a journey ‘Around the