Theatre

Review: Birdsong at
Bristol Old Vic

Jessica Hope reviews the stage adaptation of Sebastian Faulks’ Birdsong, on at Bristol Old Vic until Saturday 14 July Following its release in 1993, Sebastian ...

Review: Miss Saigon at Bristol Hippodrome

Jessica Hope reviews Cameron Mackintosh’s Miss Saigon, on at Bristol Hippodrome until 23 June When Miss Saigon first opened in the West End in 1989, the horror...

Insight Ensemble: a classical gas!

Managing director Anneka Sutcliffe talks to us about the makings of an orchestral collective and Insight Ensemble's next show in The Loco Klub Tunnels… How d...

Review: Wicked at Bristol Hippodrome

Emma Payne takes the Yellow Brick Road to the Emerald City and finds empowerment, unconventional romance and political satire on the way... If you’ve not yet...

Brendan Cole: Dancing to his own tune

Love him or hate him, Brendan Cole’s outspoken nature has got him far. Melissa Blease meets the Marmite man ahead of his Bristol show in March If we were to ...

Live shows: Game of Tones

Dear Esther Live is an ambitious, real-time show that sees a video gamer play out a unique path to which live musicians respond with a haunting score, meaning n...