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Crazy for You is maybe one of the lesser known musicals – no less regular theatre goers anyway – and yet the Hippodrome seemed even busier...

If you have one evening off this week, it should be spent going to see My Fair Lady. The costumes, the singing, the music – it is sublime. The BLOC...

Bugsy Malone is a local production for local people starring local children. Having seen it this afternoon in Bristol at the Hippodrome it makes me proud...

Seeing your favourite film on stage, you have high expectations. You want the iconic songs, the dances, the lines and more. It has to be as good if not...

It is magical from the very start. As the lights in the theatre dim, the live orchestra introduces the production by playing a taste of the beautiful musical...

Like most musicals, its set in the wondrous and roaring 1920’s; where the flapper girls want to flower in the big world. It’s a fantastic story that...

Lauren Martin as Holly, Lucy Brownhill as Nanny Plum & Emma Riches as Ben, Photograph Dan Tsantilis We’re so pleased to be able to offer all...

If I’m being totally honest with you I wasn’t that fussed on seeing The Curious Incident. My preferred form of escapism is fantasy. But I’m glad...

Grease is the time, is the place, is the motion, Grease is the way we are feeling. Oh yes indeed! It is one of the most iconic musicals and it is back...

I am sure that everyone is familiar with David Walliams, the funny British comedian that co-created and starred in Little Britain and is a top judge on...

Let’s start the weekend off right- with a competition for something to look forward to! We’ve 2 pairs of tickets to see The Curious Incident...

The hugely successful Broadway production is finally making its UK and European premiere. I recall seeing advertisements for this show some 18 months before...

Lord of the Dance is a classic – or so it should be. To fully explain the phenomenon that is Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games, I will take you through...

The Welsh National Opera is back in Bristol with three new operas: Le vin herbé, La Bohème, and Madam Butterfly. La Bohème is one of the best known...

Simply fantastic. There are no other words to describe Funny Girl. Watching it was an experience in itself. Seeing people look at each other during intermission,...

Its 1985, the decade (and exact year) that I was born into that The Wedding Singer is set. I have no recollection of the era but from my favourite movies:...

I have never seen a stage show about a band despite there being many available. However, having seen Sunny Afternoon, I have no doubt that it ranks as...

I took a chance on this one as it is completely outside of my comfort zone (I like to watch thrillers behind a duvet like normal people!); but on reading...

I know very little about Evita; except for the monumental song by Madonna for the film of the same title; I’ve never, really had any interest in it either....

You’ll think there’ll be a stand out favourite moment, a song you love most perhaps, but on watching it, I’ll bet your perspective will...

I have seen a lot of productions, both at the Bristol Hippodrome and elsewhere and I think I would say with confidence that Billy Elliot ranks amongst...

Last night I went to see the much anticipated Breakfast at Tiffany’s at The Bristol Hippodrome. I left bewildered. If you’re expecting the same story...

I’ll admit it, I was apprehensive about seeing Sister Act. A scene from Sister Act @ Leicester Curve. Directed and Choreographed by Craig Revel Horwood.©Tristram...

Yes, it’s true. I’m one of those ‘people’ who have never seen the original Footloose film. I have, although, seen the latest remake featuring Dennis...