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Side By Side By Sondheim The Piano Bar Bristol Hippodrome Review 15th September 2017

   American composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim is one of the most creative and productive of all time, his career spans more than sixty years covering musicals, films, books and rev...





Joseph - Bristol Hippodrome REVIEW by Olivia Scull

Known all around the world by school children, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat marks a pinnacle point in your primary school drama career. Get cast as a brother, one of Potiphar’s ...





Continental Circus Berlin, The Downs, Bristol Review 3rd October 2016

  Wow! Is about the first thing you have to say about the Continental Circus Berlin’s latest exhilarating and breath-taking show with new and thrilling acts, plus all the circus favo...





Scroobius Pip Q and A at Rise 10th August 2016

  On Wednesday night I had the pleasure of attending a Q&A session hosted by musician, writer, podcaster and spoken word extraordinaire Scroobius Pip. The Essex native is currently tour...





Kernow King review 20th June 2016 at the Colston Hall

   Cornish comedian Kernow King ventured out of the Duchy and up to Bristol this past Monday night with his latest show, Minority Rapport. The King’s first show at the Colston Ha...





Preview of Kernow Kings show at the Colston Hall on June 20th

 On June 20th Cornish comedian Kernow King returns to Bristol with his latest show Minority Rapport. He’ll be playing The Lantern at the Colston Hall, his first time as a performer in the ...





Jack and the Beanstalk at the Theatre Royal Bath Review 15th December 2015

  The traditional pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk has been revived with a modern twist to provide great family entertainment at the Theatre Royal in Bath, a theatre that takes pantomime se...





The Life And Times Of Fanny Hill at the Bristol Old Vic

   The Life and Times of Fanny Hill is based John Cleland’s novel written in 1748, a sort of ’50 Shades of Grey’ of its day that went one better and became banned all ...







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