Theatre listings - Bath

PUBLISHED: 12:00 23 March 2006 | UPDATED: 09:02 24 May 2010

Theatre Royal Box office on 01225 448844. Until March 25. GISELLE: English National Ballet combines love, betrayal, innocence and supernatural in Mary Skeaping s traditional staging of the 1841 production. March 28 to April 1. LOLANTHE: mixing polit

Theatre Royal Box office on 01225 448844.Until March 25. GISELLE: English National Ballet combines love, betrayal, innocence and supernatural in Mary Skeaping's traditional staging of the 1841 production.March 28 to April 1. LOLANTHE: mixing political satire with fantasy and fact, Lolanthe also has one of Sullivan's most beautiful scores. The play, presented by Bath Operatic and Dramatic Society follows the story of a fairy who is banished for falling in love with a mortal.Ustinov Studio. Box office on 01225 448844March 24-25. AN OAK TREE: An Oak Tree is a vivid and absurdly comic play about how we fill gaps in our lives. It is performed by two actors, one of which will have never seen or read a word of the play until they're in it.March 26. THE GLORY OF MOZART: In the first of their concerts for 2006, the Magginis bring back their informal concerts in the intimate acoustics of the Ustinov Studio.

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