Monthly Archives: October 2012

Bike – By Katherine Mitchell at the Bierkeller Bristol

Honest. That is the first word that came to mind when I read the blurb Mitchell wrote about the play in the programme. That is also the first word that came to mind after the play, but the two emotions … Continue reading

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Does My Society Look Big in This? – Bristol Old Vic

In contrast to the recent performance of Wild Oats (see previous blog), Does My Society Look Big in This? was experimental, contemporary and drawn from more local themes. Based on the current climate in Bristol, using things such as the … Continue reading

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Theatre Bristol

We are so lucky in Bristol to have such a diverse range of theatre and arts, and luckier still to have such a great website to keep us up to date with all the developments and connect practitioners together and help people continue creating excellent and innovative theatre.

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Wild Oats – Bristol Old Vic

Written by John O’Keeffe, directed by Mark Rosenblatt and designed by Ben Stones, this first production in the newly refurbished main house of Bristol Old Vic theatre was a piece of history and I feel so happy to have witnessed … Continue reading

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