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Mixed Doubles- The Mission Theatre- Theatre Bath
Wednesday 1st and Thursday 2nd April 7.30pm

 

Mixed Doubles- The Mission Theatre- Theatre BathMixed Doubles

 

Fresh from BBC Radio 4, Mixed Doubles have been making big waves with their nuanced performances, razor sharp writing and killer punchlines. Formed in 2012 the group have performed at the festivals of Leicester, Brighton, Edinburgh and Adelaide, alongside their frequent London shows. Finalists in the Best New Sketch Act of 2013 by Foster’s So You Think You’re Funny, 2013, their awards to date also include Dave’s People’s Choice Comedy Shorts Award 2013 and The Guardian’s Top 5 Edinburgh Festival Showreels 2013.

 

**** Broadway Baby **** Remote Goat **** The Standard

 

Tickets £12 (£10 concs)

Bath Box Office 01225 463362

online at www.bathboxoffice.org.uk

Enjoy a meal before the show: The Green Room is open from 6pm with a full range of delicious vegetarian dishes and desserts. Please call 01225 428600 in advance to book your table.

 

Dick and Daisy- The Mission Theatre- Theatre BathWednesday 8th – Saturday 11th April 7.30pm

Bohemia presents:
Dick and Daisy
(Dramatized from the book, Alias Richard Lee: Pictures of a Chaplin Actor)
by Nanette Ackerman

When young Annie finds an old scrapbook and secret memoirs belonging to her Grandmother, Marguerite, she can scarcely imagine the colourful story hidden within…

As aged Marguerite (Daisy) writes and reads her memoirs, we learn that she was a gentleman’s daughter who married the young actor, Dick, against her family’s wishes in 1906. Following the marriage, Daisy was unprepared for the years of drama that would follow when Dick, after an incident with a gun, fled the country, only to appear later in early Chaplin films. Dick’s unmasking by his grown-up son in San Francisco during the Roaring Twenties, adds a colourful and dramatic twist to the story.

‘Extremely well written by someone who has an excellent knowledge of Edwardian manners.’ (Artistic Director, Barons Court)

‘Lines worthy of Oscar Wilde’ (Redcliffe Press)

£10 (£8 concs)
Call 0117 9710556 or Bath Box Office 01225 463362
online at www.bathboxoffice.org.uk

Enjoy a meal before the show: The Green Room is open from 6pm with a full range of delicious vegetarian dishes and desserts. Please call 01225 428600 in advance to book your table.

 

Johnny Coppin- The Mission Theatre- Theatre BathThursday 30th April 7.30pm

 

singer/songwriter

Johnny Coppin

 

“Eloquent singing that’s both immediately accessible and thoroughly appealing”  – fROOTS magazine

Come and enjoy an evening of beautiful songs by an acclaimed singer/songwriter who returns to Bath armed with his latest album Borderland.  Featuring both guitar and piano, Johnny’s music is essentially English, and always melodic and evocative.

A founder-member of the legendary band Decameron, Johnny has gone on to record many albums including  The Winding Stair, The Gloucestershire Collection,  Edge of Day with writer and poet Laurie Lee, and a duo album with Mike Silver.

 

www.johnnycoppin.co.uk

 

Tickets are £14 (£2 concs)

Bath Box Office 01225 463362

online at www.bathboxoffice.org.uk 

Enjoy a meal before the show: The Green Room is open from 6pm with a full range of delicious vegetarian dishes and desserts. Please call 01225 428600 in advance to book your table.