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  • Matthew Bourne’s The Red Shoes

    A gifted ballerina is torn between lurve and her passion for the dance in this exhilarating production by Matthew Bourne's New Adventures dance company

  • Beautiful – The Carole King Musical

    Like a rainbow on a rainy day, Beautiful – now on at the Bristol Hippodrome – delights with the music of extraordinary songwriting talent Carole King.

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    Blithe Spirit

    A classic comedy with Jennifer Saunders in one of the leads was always going to be popular and tickets are selling fast for Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit in Bath

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    Romantics Anonymous

    This soft-centred confection about a pair of shy chocolate makers, at the Bristol Old Vic, brings some Gallic warmth

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    The Book of Mormon

    Despite its South Park credentials, it's tamer than expected but The Book of Mormon, now on at the Bristol Hippodrome, is a first class musical with great gags – and, of course, rude words aplenty.

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    Review: A Christmas Carol

    A new Scrooge, some heart-warming tunes and spooky puppets add up to a classy Christmas Present for all the family at the Bristol Old Vic

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    Review: Snow White

    The Tobacco Factory Theatre's imaginative and uplifting reworking of Snow White is the perfect antidote to the trad panto

  • Review: Peter Pan Goes Wrong

    The guys behind the celebrated The Play That Goes Wrong are back with this disaster-filled seasonal comedy

  • Review: Cyrano

    A welcome return to the Bristol Old Vic for Tristan Sturrock as the swashbuckling poet with a tongue as sharp as his sword and a notorious nose for love

  • Review: Reasons to Stay Alive

    A play about depression might not sound much fun, but there’s lots to enjoy in this theatrically inventive adaptation of the number one bestseller at Bristol Old Vic...

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