Theatre

Get Lost this weekend at Loco Klub

Bristol's Food And Theatre Company are setting up a secret, blood-thirsty world this weekend in the tunnels under Temple Meads The '​Loco Lost Boys​'...

Five things to do in October

The Bristol Magazine rounds up five must-see things to do in Bristol this month including seeing a chilling, award-winning play at Bristol Old Vic and getting...
The Addams Family

Interview: Carrie Hope Fletcher

Jessica Hope speaks to musical star and internet sensation Carrie Hope Fletcher about playing a grown up Wednesday in The Addams Family musical Described as...
Sister Act

Review: Sister Act at Bristol Hippodrome

Emma Payne heads to Bristol Hippodrome for a blessed evening of ecclesiastical ecstasy and habit-shaking showmanship How could anyone ever forget the '90s...
Jungle Book

Review: Jungle Book at Bristol Old Vic

Metta Theatre have brought their hip-hop street-savvy version of loveable children's story Jungle Book to Bristol Old Vic – Emma Payne swings over there to...
Lynn Farleigh

Interview: Lynn Farleigh

Bristol Old Vic brings together legends of theatre this month as its contemporary production of Shakespeare's famous political drama, Julius Caesar unfolds....
Scott Reid

Interview: Scott Reid

As National Theatre’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time prepares to visit Bristol as part of its national tour, we talk to Scott Reid, cast...
Medea

Review: Medea at
Bristol Old Vic

Emma Payne discovers a fiercely feminist retelling of an ancient Greek tragedy in Bristol Old Vic's Medea The phrase ‘hell hath no fury like a woman...

10 Things We Didn’t Know: Colston Hall

The beloved Bristol landmark is 150 years old this year, and to celebrate, we took a look back through the Colston Hall archives – which make for some fairly...
Funny Girl

Review: Funny Girl

Kelly Jobanputra takes a trip to see Sheridan Smith's latest turn as Fanny Brice in Funny Girl at Bristol Hippodrome The popular musical Funny Girl is...
Escaped Alone

Interview: Linda Bassett, Escaped Alone

Theo Bosanquet talks to one star of Escaped Alone, the thought-provoking Caryl Churchill play arriving at Bristol Old Vic this month When actress Linda...
Junkyard

Review: Junkyard at
Bristol Old Vic

Jenny Hayes takes a trip to the playground with Junkyard, Bristol Old Vic's latest feisty production Plunging your audience into the pitch black and shining...
Hagit Yakira Dance

Interview: Hagit Yakira Dance

Choreographer Hagit Yakira talks dance ahead of her double bill - Free Falling and Air Hunger - at Circomedia on 2 March How did you first get into...

Review: The Snow Queen

Grotty goblins, missing children, and a heart-eating queen – Bristol Old Vic unveils its brave and beautiful Christmas show Words by Jenny Hayes,...
up the antics

New Comedy Group Are Upping The Ante

Bristol-based comedy group The VA have re-emerged as Up The Antics, and are taking the city by storm Characterized by their bizarre take on popular...
grinning man

Review: The Grinning Man

Jenny Hayes enters the macabre and magical world of The Grinning Man at Bristol Old Vic It’s Bristol, but not as we know it. Even before I’ve set foot...