Bristol Old Vic
Playwright, poet and performer Richard Marsh discusses comedy, "screenwriting for the ears" and his new Edinburgh Fringe show Wingman
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.
Highlights include a Niamh Cusack-led revival of Sean O'Casey's Juno and the Paycock
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, brought by the students of Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, is completely unmissable, an exceptional night of intelligent, thrilling music theatre.
Like its central character The Libertine's energy begins to fade before the end.
New Art Club have struck gold with their latest spectacle, Feel About Your Body.
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 is given a fine revival by Out of Joint in 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.