Theatre listings - Bristol

PUBLISHED: 11:37 27 April 2006 | UPDATED: 09:11 24 May 2010

THE HIPPODROME: Booking office on 0870 607 7500. Until April 29, 7.15pm. ELLEN KENT & OPERA INTERNATIONAL: Ellen Kent presents some breathtaking opera and ballet with La Boheme and Rigoletto. April 30, 7.30pm. SING-A-LONG-A SOUND OF MUSIC: Audiences will

THE HIPPODROME: Booking office on 0870 607 7500.Until April 29, 7.15pm. ELLEN KENT & OPERA INTERNATIONAL: Ellen Kent presents some breathtaking opera and ballet with La Boheme and Rigoletto.April 30, 7.30pm. SING-A-LONG-A SOUND OF MUSIC: Audiences will get the chance to join in with singing the tunes from one of the most famous musical production ever.May 1-6, 7.30pm plus matinees Wed & Sat 2.30pm. THE NEW STATESMAN: Rik Mayall will return to the British stage and to the character of 'Alan B'Stard' in the world stage premiere of "THE NEW STATESMAN" by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran.THE OLD VIC/OLD VIC STUDIO: Booking on 0117 987 7877.Until April 29. THE DUMB WAITER: Harold Pinter's masterpiece visits the Old Vic this month. Two men, Ben and Gus, are primed for their 'job' but hadn't anticipated orders for a two-course meal.April 28 to May 27. THE TAMING OF THE SHREW: Strong-minded, independent and outspoken, Kate knows her own mind. But her distrust of men is a problem for her sister Bianca who can't marry until Kate does.

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