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Backstage Bristol January Theatre Picks

January Theatre Bristol:

Here’s a selection of January 2019 theatre we are booked up to see in Bristol and Bath at The egg, Bristol Hippodrome, Alma Tavern and Theatre and Tobacco Factory Theatres.

The Scarlet Pimpernel the egg theatre bath

Relaxed Performance The Scarlet Pimpernel at The egg Bath:

Heroic deeds, artful plot twists, a flamboyant masked hero and French poodles. The Scarlet Pimpernel promises to be an enjoyable witty romp.

The team behind last year’s Little Mermaid has created the show, which is aimed at children from six years upwards.

There are two Relaxed Performances, Sunday 06 January 2019 at 1.30pm and Wednesday 09 January at 1.30pm.

The Borrowers Tobacco Factory Theatres

Relaxed Performance The Borrowers Tobacco Factory Theatres:

A Relaxed Performance of The Borrowers at Tobacco Factory Theatres, is taking place on Wednesday 09 January at 6pm and Thursday 10 January 2019 at 1pm.

Bea Roberts has adapted the much-loved children’s story into a heartwarming tale of friendship and bravery with the usual style and flair of Tobacco Factorys’ Christmas show.

Motown The Musical Bristol Hippodrome

Motown The Musical, will be at The Bristol Hippodrome from Thursday 10 January until Saturday 03 February 2019.

Edward Baruwa will be in the lead role of Berry Gordy, with Karis Anderson as Diana Ross, Nathan Lewis as Smokey Robinson and Shak Gabbidon-Williams as Marvin Gaye.

The show features music from 50 Motown hits including Ain’t No Mountain High Enough, I’ll Be There and Dancing In The Street.

four minutes twelve seconds Bristol

Four Minutes, Twelve Seconds Bristol:

James Fritz’s play Four Minutes, Twelve Seconds is running at The Alma, Tavern and Theatre from 09-12 January 2019 at 7.30pm.

The play focuses on our obsession with splashing our lives across social media. A teen boy’s parents are outraged when his exploits with his girlfriend appear online. When trying to find out what happened, they find themselves asking how far they are willing to go to protect him.

The show is being staged by the West Acting Workshop

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