Bath Theatre News and Reviews

Michael Coveney: Sandy Wilson bows out in style, still clinging to the past
By Michael Coveney · 28 Aug 2014

The composer of The Boy Friend displayed 'taste, charm and style in every lyric and bar of music that he wrote'

10 highlights for 10 years: The Lord Chamberlain's Men
By Editorial Staff · 26 Aug 2014

Open air theatre company The Lord Chamberlain's Men, named after Shakespeare's original troupe of travelling players, are celebrating their tenth anniversary this year

Kenneth Cranham and Alun Armstrong star in Bath autumn season
By Theo Bosanquet · 26 Aug 2014

The Theatre Royal Bath has announced stellar casting for its autumn season in the Ustinov Studio

Armstrong, Cranham and Hicks announced for the Ustinov's 'Three Black Comedies'
By Kris Hallett · 21 Aug 2014

Initial casting has been announced for the Ustinov's Autumn Season of black comedies.

Strictly stars Anton Du Beke and Erin Boag announce new tour
By Editorial Staff · 19 Aug 2014

That's Entertainment will tour the UK and Ireland from January 2015

Hay Fever (Bath Theatre Royal)
By Kris Hallett · 29 Aug 2014

Hay Fever is superficial but handsomely mounted with a terrific turn by Felicity Kendall at its heart.

Shrek- The Musical (Tour-Bristol Hippodrome)
By Petra Schofield · 21 Aug 2014

Shrek is a short story made to last a long time but the first rate company keep it rattling along.

Bad Jews (Bath Theatre Royal- Ustinov Studio)
By Petra Schofield · 13 Aug 2014

Bad Jews is a brutual feral play with a great soul and is another feather in the cap of the Summer Season in Bath.

Thérèse Raquin (Bath Theatre Royal)
By Kris Hallett · 10 Aug 2014

Thérèse Raquin is a thrilling, theatrical triumph at Bath Theatre Royal and continues a summer of sterling work for the theatre.

Stalin's Daughter (Blue Brook Productions-Tobacco Factory)
By Shane Morgan · 9 Aug 2014

Blue Brook Productions explore the life of Stalin's Daughter in Bristol in an inventive, passionate piece of work.