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Sorry You’re Not a Winner – Bristol Old Vic review

As the audience take their seats in arguably Bristol Old Vic’s coolest performance space, the Weston studio reverberates with the D&B hit ‘Hold You’ by SHY FX.
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Review: Wall(s) by DramSoc @ Tobacco Factory Theatre ★★★★★

t is almost disquieting to think that there could be a price tag attached to things we hold in the highest esteem such as truth, beauty, honour, and integrity. These were the perennial questions that came under scrutiny in the production of Wall(s).
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Review: ‘Romeo and Juliet’ by Bristol Shakespeare Society @ Clifton Hill House Theatre

It was intriguing to see how Bristol’s Shakespeare Society would approach a play with a myriad of adaptations, in their debut as a society last weekend.
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Review: ‘Days @ Dear Old Brizz’ by Music Theatre Bristol @ Alma Tavern Theatre

There is no denying that your days at the university hold the fondest of memories. But for some of us, in few months time, it is time to say goodbye to beloved Bristol. Let those memories come flooding in as you bid farewell to ‘Dear Old Brizz.’
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Preview: Wall(s) by DramSoc @ Tobacco Factory Theatre

After their critically acclaimed production of Manosphere, the University of Bristol Drama Society (DramSoc) is back with another ground-breaking theatre spectacle.
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Art of Grief by Spotlights @ The Pegg Theatre

Spotlight’s latest theatre production takes you on an emotional rollercoaster that guarantees to make you reflect on the theme of grief.
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Review: ‘Die Fledermaus’ by Bristol University Operatic Society (BOpS) @ Winston Theatre

It is said that much like his compatriot of immortal fame (W.A Mozart), Johann Strauss II could not have written a bad tune, even if he had tried. This claim is totally justified considering the vast body of works with sinuous and hummable melodies that demands the highest technical dexterity.
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‘The Cabaret of Love’ by Music Theatre Bristol @ The Room Above

Despite the sporadic sunlit afternoons, the winter blues are still at large. Valentine’s Day might be a distant memory, but there was so much love at The Room Above on a cold winter evening, flooding the theatre, conferring on all present the rapture of love.
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