As Lesley Joseph and Lisa Maxwell join Rebecca Storm in Gary Barlow and Tim Firth’s musical Calendar Girls, Vicky Edwards catches up with the two ‘bare naked ladies’ to find out if touring in this sell-out show, which comes to Bristol Hippodrome from Calendar Girls The Musical, which comes to The Bristol Hippodrome from July 9-20. is as fun as it is draughty…
The Bristol Hippodrome will welcome back New Adventures with Matthew Bourne’s double Olivier award-winning, smash hit production of THE RED SHOES from Tuesday 3 March to Saturday 7 March 2020.
The Agatha Christie drama, The Mousetrap runs at Bristol Hippodrome from June 24 – June 26, 2019. Mathew Prichard, the grandson of Agatha Christie , recalls his grandmother ahead of the show.
Dirty Dancing – The Classic Story on Stage plays Cardiff’s New Theatre from June 4 – 8, (also The Bristol Hippodrome from July 1-6). exploding with heart-pounding music, breath-taking emotion and sensationally sexy dancing.
The Rocky Horror Show continues to play to packed houses as it tours the length and breadth of the UK throughout 2019 featuring a wealth of star performers. More than 100,000 people have seen the show during the tour and there are no signs of this incredible cast slowing down as it heads to Bristol Hippodrome this June.
Boston-based art-rockers Guerilla Toss will tune their analogue synthesisers to perfection as they take to the stage of Bristol’s Crofters Rights on June 3, 2019.
Canadian multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter Micah Erenberg recently released his ‘Somewhere Beyond the Ocean’ single, a captivating and poetic song, which is now followed up by an equally endearing offering, ‘Do It for Love’.
New Adventures with Matthew Bourne’s double Olivier award-winning, smash hit production of The Red Shoes is set to return to Bristol Hippodrome for a run from Tuesday 3 March to Saturday 7 March 2020.
Rachel Howells takes a trip over the Severn bridge from Newport to Bristol Hippodrome to review the musical, Rock of Ages.
Scottish businessman, music industry executive, record label owner, musician, manager, and music blogger for The Guardian are impressive entries to have on anybody’s CV and Alan McGee’s resume would interesting reading.