Bristol Old Vic

Richard Marsh: 'I'd had enough of love stories for a while'
By Catherine Love · 14 Jul 2014 · Edinburgh

Playwright, poet and performer Richard Marsh discusses comedy, "screenwriting for the ears" and his new Edinburgh Fringe show Wingman

Bristol Old Vic announces Autumn/WInter Season 2014
By Kris Hallett · 8 Jul 2014 · Bristol

A new co-production of Juno and the Paycock, a return by Kneehigh, and a Swallows and Amazons revival are amongst the highlights of BOV's new season.

Bristol Old Vic announces autumn/winter 2014 season
By Terri Paddock · 4 Jul 2014 · Bristol

Highlights include a Niamh Cusack-led revival of Sean O'Casey's Juno and the Paycock

World Cup Final 1966 (Bristol Old Vic)
By Kris Hallett · 22 Jun 2014 · Bristol

World Cup Final 1966 is a fun, playful and deliberately silly show that could do with a more ruthless streak in front of goal to gain all 3 points.

London Road (Bristol Old Vic Theatre School- Bristol Old Vic)
By Kris Hallett · 11 Jun 2014 · Bristol

London Road, brought by the students of Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, is completely unmissable, an exceptional night of intelligent, thrilling music theatre.

The Libertine
By Kris Hallett · 29 May 2014 · Bristol

Like its central character The Libertine's energy begins to fade before the end.

Feel About Your Body (Bristol Old Vic Studio)
By Hannah Sweetnam · 22 May 2014 · Bristol

New Art Club have struck gold with their latest spectacle, Feel About Your Body.

Lulu - A Murder Ballad (Bristol Old Vic)
By Simon Harvey-Williams · 22 May 2014 · Bristol

Simon Harvey-Williams finds Tiger Lillies' gothic ''Lulu" difficult to engage, but enough talent and spectacle to make the experience worthwhile

Our Country's Good (Bristol Old Vic)
By Kris Hallett · 17 May 2014 · Bristol

Our Country's Good is given a fine revival by Out of Joint in Bristol

This May Hurt a Bit (Bristol Old Vic)
By John Campbell · 12 May 2014 · Bristol

Stella Feelhiy's passionate new play is a defence of the National Health Service, a portrait of an organisation in crisis and a warning of what might happen if the British public remain as quiescent as they are at the moment.