Even if you are not the biggest fan of one of the most iconic bands of our generation there are so many layers to the new hit musical The Band, which opened at Bristol’s Hippodrome last night, that it is most definitely still worth catching.
When I booked to see Cilla The Musical which opened at Bristol’s Hippodrome last night I wondered how they would condense the 2014 TV drama about the meteoric rise of singer and presenter Cilla Black, which spanned several hours, into a two and a half-hour theatre show.
It might not be the most exciting thing on your to do list on the run up to the festive season but it could be a disaster if you do not look after the mode of transport which will be ferrying around cards and gifts to friends and family come Christmas Eve.
A show packed with love, hope and laughter, while challenging the perception of what it means to be an adult in an ever-changing world, certainly left people looking inwardly while leaving a Bristol theatre last night.
Dirty Dancing – The Classic Story On Stage oozed sex appeal all over the Bristol Hippodrome stage last night as its mesmerising choreography left the first-night audience sashaying out of the building at the end of an amazing and totally feel-good show.
I stupidly thought being a bit of an animal expert and having a good shared knowledge of dinosaurs with my eight-year-old son would stand me in good stead for watching So You Think You Know About Dinosaurs at the Playhouse in Weston-super-Mare on Friday.
If you are looking for a marvellous romp of a family play which tickles the ribs of all age groups then look no further than Gangsta Granny, which arrived at Weston’s Playhouse Theatre with a flourish yesterday (Wednesday).