Having established themselves as a theatre company “committed to good storytelling”, Threedumb Theatre have collaborated with provocative writer Stuart Crowther to bring his new play, I thought I might be Jet Li (but it turns out that I’m not), to The Mission Theatre as part of the Bath Fringe 2017.
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Squeezy Green is coming to Bath for the first time bringing idiotic games to test your skills. Hosted by Squeezy Green and assisted by the unquenchable Finney Haddock, the audience is split into two teams and taken through a series of challenges. Each gameshow is unique with audience
“How do we know what humanity lies hidden under the rags and filth of a mangled life?” On Monday, May 22nd to Wednesday, May 24th, Bath Spa University Theatre Society proudly presents at The Mission Theatre in Bath, ‘Our Country’s Good’ by acclaimed playwright Timberlake Wertenbaker, based on the novel
Novato Theatre Company are proud to present their sixth devised production, “Second Sun’, at The Mission Theatre. Novato Theatre Company was founded in 2012 after the success of their sister company, Novato Dance. Their performances are entirely devised and explore a range of theatre styles including physical, symbolism, expressionism and
Fire Donkey Productions presents: Church of Phil Recruitment Seminar The Mission Theatre, Corn Street, Bath 10th April, 7pm £6/8 The deadly serious Church of Phil Recruitment Seminar targets the Bath Comedy Festival but it’s fine because comedy fans can also join cults. Also, it’s not cult. Definitely not a cult.
Platform 8 Productions present Don’t Dress for Dinner A comedy by Marc Camoletti Adapted by Robin Hawdon After their successful productions of ‘Humble Boy‘ and ‘God of Carnage’ Platform 8 return to the Mission Theatre with this boulevard comedy. Don’t Dress for Dinner is a
A new Bath-based theatre company are embarking on their debut production, ‘Jet Set Go!’, a cabin-crew themed musical comedy landing at The Mission Theatre in October this year. Set up with the intention of performing lesser-known musical theatre works, the new group’s tongue-in-cheek name, ‘Not Another Theatre Company’ highlights
Tuesday 6th – Saturday 10th September 7.30pm Next Stage Theatre Company presents: The River by Jez Butterworth “I may forget who you are. I may bring other women here, to this place, and I may tell them I love them, and make love to them. But they will be imposters.
God of Carnage A Comedy of Manners – Without the Manners by Yasmina Reza Translated by Christopher Hampton When an argument between two young schoolboys results in one of the boys losing his teeth the parents of both children decide to meet to discuss the matter. But what
Suddenly Last Summer is set in the exotic grounds of Violet Venables’ mansion in the Garden District of New Orleans one hot afternoon in late summer. The formidable Violet, has summoned her niece Catharine Holly to the house from the lunatic asylum in which she has been incarcerated. Catharine has
Local actor Matthew Bromwich returns to Bath this summer with new theatre company to make directorial debut with Stephen MacDonald’s Not About Heroes at The Mission Theatre. Before moving to Liverpool to study at drama school, Matthew attended Wellsway School in Keynsham and was involved with many local companies, including Keynsham Youth Theatre, Zenith Youth Theatre
Tuesday 12th – Saturday 16th July 7.30pm MAIN AUDITORIUM Next Stage Theatre Company presents Suddenly Last Summer by Tennessee Williams Suddenly Last Summer tells the dark story of Catharine Holly, a relation of a prominent New Orleans family, who appears to have gone insane after witnessing her cousin Sebastian’s death
Wed 1st – Sat 4th June 7.30pm Matinee Sat 4th 2.30pm MAIN AUDITORIUM Zenith Youth Theatre Company presents Ghetto by Joshua Sobol “He who does not learn from History is doomed to repeat it”. Set in the Jewish Ghetto of Vilna, Lithuania in 1942, and based on diaries written during
“He who does not learn from history is doomed to repeat it…” Set in the Jewish ghetto of Lithuania, in 1942, and based on harrowing diaries written during the darkest day of the holocaust, Ghetto tells of the unlikely flourishing of a theatre at the very time the Nazis
A hilarious series of inter-related plays, Intimate Exchanges is a superb example of Ayckbourn’s brilliant craftsmanship and ability to intrigue and challenge his audience. Trapped in a sterile marriage to abrasive, prep-school Headmaster Toby, Celia seeks solace elsewhere, but would a fling with emotionally-stunted Miles, Chair of the Governors, give
Shakespeare’s Richard III comes to the Mission Theatre, Bath in this spectacular, apocalyptic adaptation. Beyond The Horizon – a new theatre company made up of young professional theatre makers from the South West – are taking on one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays for their debut production, just in time
First up, from Tuesday 10th – Saturday 14th May is resident Next Stage Theatre Company with Alan Ayckbourn’s Intimate Exchanges: A hilarious series of inter-related plays, Intimate Exchanges is a superb example of Ayckbourn’s brilliant craftsmanship and ability to intrigue and challenge his audience. Trapped in a sterile marriage to
Welcome to The Mission Theatre A sparkling summer season here at The Mission Theatre is packed full of thrilling drama, foot-tapping dance, beautiful art, hilarious stand-up, bewitching puppetry, new visitors, and returning companies that have become established favourites. The season sees the re-emergence of The Theatre Upstairs as a popular
Degrees of Error Presents ‘Murder She Didn’t Write’ “One hour to come up with the perfect crime… and then solve it!” Move over, Sherlock! In Degrees of Error’s ‘Murder She Didn’t Write’, YOU become the author and watch your very own Agatha Christie-inspired masterpiece unfold on stage. In “one of
Friday 1st – Tuesday 5th April 8pm MAIN AUDITORIUM Degrees of Error present Murder, She Didn’t Write Move over Sherlock! Murder, She Didn’t Write provides “one of the funniest evenings you’ll have in some time” (Edinburgh Fringe Review), as YOU become the author and watch your very own Agatha