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  Think Africa. No not animals and safaris, but the people, the diversity, the culture. Think of the delicious food, the myriad of languages, the eccentric sense of style, the lively dancing, the...

In 1935 RKO Radio Pictures released what is now widely regarded the greatest Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers dance film of all time. Nearly 80 years later Top Hat the musical is heading out on a UK tour...

Watermills Theatre Production ‘Calamity Jane’ brought the wild west to Bristol’s Hippodrome at the opening last night. Jodie Prenger who starred as “Calam” lassoed the hearts of the...

As we mill about outside the Hippodrome, cheesy ogre themed theatrical anthems filling St Augustine’s Parade with a sense of childish wonder, the anticipation of the crowd could have been cut with Pinocchio’s...

Death Metal mnemonics, Downton Abbey Jamaican dub reggae & Match of the Day theme as a Jewish Folk song: Bill Bailey Qualmpeddler review, Bristol Hippodrome, 26th September. By Tom Williams. Bill...

 Becky Read reviews Boardmasters 2013 Watergate Bay serves as a picture perfect backdrop, with its golden coast line and the gentle breeze that flows from the water, offering light relief from the baking...

By Matt Fletcher and Stephanie Bann   On Tuesday June 11th, the renowned Tobacco Factory Theatre saw the opening of the annual writers block residency. Throughout the week three pieces of theatre...

If I asked you who Lebo M is, I would be willing to bet that not very many people would be able to tell me. However, if I played you the legendary tribal call that accompanies the opening to The Lion King...

>Rachel Avery attends a night of pelvic thrusting and hand jiving as Grease the Musical comes to Bristol’s Hippodrome theatre. As soon as the show began, my hands were waving and my feet were...

The weeks in the immediate aftermath of Christmas and New Year are notoriously quieter in the entertainment sector, and it is hardly surprising. Money is tight, belts are tighter and persuading the public...