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Blood Wedding

Blood Wedding

“She was beautiful, her face shone. I knew her. But I never liked her. She never loved her husband.”

In the dry heat of the Andalucian sun a bride decides between love and duty., unleashing the wrath of ancient feuds set to tear her community apart. The storm of the civil war is brewing across the Sierra mountains. Hatred is all that grows here and the rivers are about to run red.

Summer Company returns in signature bold style with Lorca’s epic tale of intimate fractured lives hurtling desperately towards the inevitable.

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Living Tree

Living Tree

Back in The Egg due to popular demand! Designed by artist and film maker Andrew Amondson and computational architect, Sasha Mballa Ekobena You are invited to explore a fun-filled forest and magical mirror maze with an integrated creative learning programme for schools and families. Playful installations will highlight the importance of nature, wellbeing and creativity… Read More…

Royal Bath & West Show 2022

Royal Bath & West Show 2022

The Royal Bath & West Show is an agricultural show that celebrates great British agriculture, entertainment, food & drink. Over three action packed days, crammed full of interactive fun, there really is something for all the family to enjoy! You can even camp onsite, for the ultimate may half term family staycation! Read More…

Sweeney Todd

Sweeney Todd

The Demon Barber of Fleet Street By Stephen Sondheim Alright! You sir, you sir, how about a shave? Come and visit your good friend Sweeney. You sir, too sir? Welcome to the grave. Notorious, nefarious and not very nice. Times is hard, and when times is hard, what does it take to make ends meet?… Read More…

The Sweet Science of Bruising

The Sweet Science of Bruising

By Joy Wilkinson This isn’t a proper match, Polly. Think of it more like a dance. You learn the steps, then talent and practice make it look natural. I don’t want to be a dancer. I want to be a fighter. London. 1869. Pugilism, punch bags and… petticoats? In the fierce underbelly of London’s boxing… Read More…

Rats’ Tales

Rats’ Tales

Rats’ Tales mixes traditional European fairy tales with some brand new stories written by ex Poet Laureate, Carol Ann Duffy. Centred around the tale of the Pied Piper, Rats’ Tales deliciously confronts the dark side of the imagination with characters that have powered the play of children over the centuries . Filled with venomous tales… Read More…

Jubilee fun and celebrations in Bath and North East Somerset

Jubilee fun and celebrations in Bath and North East Somerset

Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum anniversary will be celebrated in true community style in Bath and North East Somerset with 53 street parties having been planned so far during the bank holiday weekend. Bath & North East Somerset Council will be illuminating Bath Abbey, the Guildhall, the Roman Baths and Pulteney Bridge in purple from… Read More…

Community Wildlife Mapping in Somerset

Community Wildlife Mapping in Somerset

Join Somerset Wildlife for a special Somerset wide online event. Come along to find out how your local community can utilise community mapping and get involved. Community wildlife mapping enables people to take note of the wildlife in their local area and use this information to the inform the actions they take locally for natures… Read More…

Bluebell Walk

Bluebell Walk

Bluebell Walk Enjoy a walk around our woodland at Gotton Copse, which will be awash with thousands of our beautiful English bluebells. These are now flowering, creating a dense and vivid carpet humming with wildlife for you to enjoy. You can come along any day as we are open daily, 7 days a week, from… Read More…

Josephine

Josephine

Josephine Baker. The little girl from Missouri who became a 20th Century icon. Perfomer, campaigner, spy and mother to the multicultural Rainbow Tribe, Josephine broke the mould. Almost 50 years after her death, Cafe Josephine, a down-at-heel New York diner dedicated to her memory, faces closure. With a Harlem Renaissanceinspired score, Charleston dancing and a… Read More…

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