Bristol Old Vic

Mark Valencia: Trying times for English National Opera

Britain's second opera company is having a bad week, after its departing chairman accused the artistic director of losing £10million

Michael Coveney: Rufus Norris's National - fresh meat or cold potatoes?

'In the admirable rush to be all things to all men in the name of diversity and inclusivity, the danger is you lose sight of what you really want to do'

Looking forward: Michael Coveney previews the 2015 theatre year

Our chief critic has a host of new musicals, the centenary of Arthur Miller and a famous Dane on his radar for the coming year

Full casting announced for Fanny Hill with Caroline Quentin
By Editorial Staff

April de Angelis' adaptation opens at the Bristol Old Vic in February

Swallows And Amazons (Bristol Old Vic)

The Christmas show to beat in the West Country.

The Magic Elves (Bristol Old Vic)

Controlled anarchy for the under 7's.

Neil Hannon Talks Swallows And Amazons.

Neil Hannon talks about his musical playing at Bristol Old Vic this Christmas

War Game (Bristol Old Vic)
By Hannah Sweernam

''War Games'; on Armistice Day reminds us of a war that should not be forgotten in a well judged monologue that takes us to the heart of the conflict.

Cash-strapped ENO cancels co-production with Bristol Old Vic

Monteverdi's Orfeo would have been the company's first production outside London in years

The Window (Bristol Old Vic Studio)

How do we look after our old if they no longer have family is at the heart of this monologue given an unshowy performance by Charlotte Melia.