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Three hours pass in a wave of 70's nostalgia in 20th Century Boy playing in Plymouth as part of its UK tour.
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.
Karen Bussell on Thriller Live - schmaltzy but crowd pleasing stuff.
Simone and Cacace return to Southampton, with the sensational follow-up to their sizzling Midnight Tango
Private Peaceful builds to a devastating finale at the Tobacco Factory.
Who's AfraId Of Virginia Woolf is a bruising masterpiece given thrilling life in Adrian Noble's production by Clare Higgins and Tim Pigott-Smith.
Tonight's The Night recovers from a slow start to become a fun evening out at Bristol Hippodrome.
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.
Karen Bussell finds Singin' in the Rain a truly immersive experience.
curious directive's The Kindness of Strangers , a play about the changing nature of the NHS is winningly worthy, and with an audience of just five at a time, is clearly not a commercial venture.
The Ustinov announces its Autumn 2014 season with three black European comedies.
London Road, brought by the students of Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, is completely unmissable, an exceptional night of intelligent, thrilling music theatre.