March 6th to 9th at 7.30pm - all tickets £8
The author of Inspector Drake and the Perfekt Crime, David Tristram, turns his attention to marital woes to brilliant comic effect.
Mark and Vicky and Eric and Judith all have one thing in common in this adult-themed comedy and a chance meeting could have ended with a pleasant social evening.
However fate intervenes and before long the insults, innuendos, black eyes and china start flying. It turns out that they each had an affair with the opposite partner and once the secret is out there is no putting the genie back in the bottle.
The classic Panto Aladdin is given the Wells Little Theatre treatment, whisking us all away to ancient China where the evil magician Abanazer is trying to get his hands on the Magic Lamp! Can Aladdin and his friends save the day? Can he win the heart of Princess Jasmine in the process of trying to save his family and all the folk of Old Peking?
One thing is for sure, they can't manage a Happy Ever After without a fantastic audience to keep the panto magic going strong!
This comedy featuring Sir John Falstaff, staying in Windsor and down on his luck, decides to restore his fortunes by seducing the wives of two wealthy citizens.
He sends Mistress Page and Mistress Ford identical love letters, but they discover his double dealing and set about turning the tables, arranging an assignation at Mistress Ford's house.
What will become of Sir John...? Come along and find out.
Bristol Old Vic Theatre School West Country Tour 2018
The Mill on the Floss by George Elliott
Adapted by Helen Edmundson
Directed by Paul Clarkson
'They had entered the thorny wilderness, and the golden gates of their childhood had for ever closed behind them'
The Show runs on Wednesday 6th June 2018, 7.30pm
Tickets £12 & £10 online now or at the box office from 6.45pm on Wednesday 6th June
A love story, crazy dentist and a singing plant. What more could you ask for?
Come and see this outrageous sci-fi horror musical filled with songs you won’t be able to get out of your head by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman.
This is a charming cult musical that is not to be missed.
Just watch out for the plant…..!
Get ready to swash those buckles for traditional panto fun with The Three Musketeers - the Panto! Will the intrepid D'artagnan realise his dream of becoming one of the famed Royal Musketeers, impress his heroes, win the heart of the Lady Constantina and save the King and Queen of France all in two acts? Or will the evil Cardinal Richelieu succeed in his plan to be rid of them all and take over with the help of his evil henchmen and spies!?
Packed with action, sword fighting, comedy and silliness join us on a fun packed laughter filled adventure!
The Crucible: This gripping drama exposes what happens in a small, tight-knit community when personal grievances collide with lust and superstition, fuelling widespread hysteria. Miller’s timeless parable attacks the evils of the terrifying power of lies and false accusations and its depiction of bigotry and deceit is a timely parable of our contemporary society.
Wednesday 27th to Saturday 30th September, 7.30pm
Tickets: Full £11 and Concession £9
The show features the songs from the ska/pop band Madness and was named after one of their popular hit singles. Premiering at the Cambridge Theatre in 2002. Our House was the winner of the 2003 Olivier award for Best New Musical and has since gone on to tour both nationally and internationally to great acclaim. Songs include House of Fun, My Girl, Baggy Trousers, Driving in My Car, Tomorrow’s Just another Day, Embarrassment and It Must be Love. This toe-tapping, two-tone, London love story has plenty for everyone to enjoy.