“No day but today”: live life for each other and love like there’s no tomorrow.

Celebrating 20 years since it was first produced, Bath Operatic and Dramatic Society (BODS) are delighted to bring this sexy, sassy and vibrant show to The Mission Theatre, Corn Street, Bath, from November 5th.

Jonathan Larson’s iconic show charts a year in the lives of a group of young artists and musicians struggling to create under the spectre of HIV and AIDS in New York’s Lower East Side. This modern day love story is a rush of emotional extremes: rock anthems and love ballads sit side by side in an epic score that transcends the decades and will have you enthralled.

Fresh from their success at the Rose Bowl Awards (Best opera/operetta for The Mikado), BODS has brought together a talented young cast, buzzing to present this fast paced production, with Mark Sellick as Roger, Andy Siddall as Mark, and Jenny Lavender as Mimi, directed by Petra Schofield with Musical Director, Peter Blackwood.

Petra Schofield said, “It is so good to bring this extraordinary show into the intimate and exciting space at The Mission Theatre. It is a must see”

Contains adult themes of sexuality and love, 12+ is recommended.

Tickets are selling fast: call Bath Box Office Tel 01225 463362 or got to www.bathboxoffice.org

Tickets £12, concessions £10

5 – 9th November 7.30, Sat matinee 2.30

Rent goes up prior to BODS’ regional premiere of The Witches of Eastwick at the Theatre Royal Bath, April 8 – 12th 2014.