Proving there is an inner child in everyone screaming to break out, Annie opened at the Bristol Hippodrome last night (Tuesday) to rambunctious applause.

Critically-acclaimed theatre company, Starving Artists, will bring their introspective new production Let Me Look At You to Clevedon’s Theatre Shop in April.

An Oscar-winning film telling the story of two brothers who reunite while travelling across America has been transformed from screen to stage and two well-known soap actors will star.

It is more than three years since once of the greatest artists died in 2016 and David Bowie will be remembered in style at Weston’s Playhouse.

X Factor winner Alexandra Burke will take centre stage as she returns for The Bodyguard’s 2019 UK tour.

A South West theatre company is set to run a ‘powerful performance’ surrounding the issue of homelessness.

A new, free session set up to get more adults involved in theatre and ‘make a different to people’s lives’ has been launched in Weston.

A West End show will come to the South West this month, and Mercury readers will win tickets to the action.

A ballet about the redemptive power of true love is set to move audiences at The Playhouse in Weston.

Proving you don’t need elaborate sets and amazing special effects to put on a jolly good stage show, Dirty Dusting, with its saucy-seaside-postcard-style humour arrived at The Playhouse in Weston-super-Mare last night (Tuesday), to rapturous applause.

Murder mystery fans can help to solve the case during an improvised show at a Bristol Theatre.

The Chelis Theatre Company is set to perform a cherished 1930s story, The Wizard Of Oz, in Weston next month.

A loveable tiger is dropping into The Playhouse to bring a popular story book to life.

Powerhouse choreographer Matthew Bourne turns one of the most iconic ballets in history on its head.

‘An emotional rollercoaster’ is the best way to describe Kinky Boots, which took to the stage of the Bristol Hippodrome last night (Tuesday).

Review: Rough Crossing

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Rough Crossing is a surprisingly apt name for Tom Stoppard’s musical comedy, as anyone who has ever had a shaky boat ride will know, once you disembark it soon fades from memory unless it resulted in the ship sinking.

Calendar Girls The Musical will be performed at the Bristol Hippodrome this summer.

An award-winning comedian and sitcom star will perform in Weston soon and Mercury readers can win tickets to see him live.

The perfect way to keep your little darlings entertained during a school holiday in winter came in the form of a lively schoolboy whose colourful hot-dog bedecked car crashed into Bristol’s Hippodrome last night (Wednesday).

It would be absolutely criminal if the hilarious comedy scripts of Galton and Simpson never saw the light of day again after their initial airing in the 1950s, so I was pleased to see the grumpy ramblings they wrote with well-known comedian Tony Hancock are being brought to a whole new audience, by way of a touring stage show.

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