This light comedy with a supernatural twist plays with an overzealous group of characters who must deal with a newcomer that seems to ruffle some surprisingly dark feathers.
‘When’s he popping a ring on it?’
We all assume by default that women will hit these milestones throughout their lives. Isn’t it time we stop assuming?
In a room where escaping is not an option, human relations are continually tested through a series of anonymous experiments.
A brand new musical that explores the labels society has placed on us and challenges the stigmas of mental illness.
A delightful tale of one child’s journey to come to terms with their inner dragons. Worries, fears, anxieties... they are all dragons and they sneak up on most of us at one time or another
A truthful drama that holds the lives of these young people under a microscope and reveals the cracks which one horrific accident can cause.
This family friendly event promises to test your skills as the audience is split to compete in a range of games.
Neil left the war, but the war never left Neil. Tonight he finds himself on the moon, looking down on the remnants of his life.
Alf is a highwayman. If he sees a toy he likes, he takes it. Alf likes to say "It's my way or the highway!" Fortunately, Alf soon learns there are better ways to play... Featuring songs, circuses and sentimental value, a show for all ages to enjoy!
A stand up comedy show about life, love and marriage.
Imagined after the death of her husband, twenty eight years after her own, Leonard Woolf returns to reconcile with his wife and tell one last important story.
I thought I might be Jet Li (but it turns out that I'm not) by Stuart Crowther - Bath Fringe Festival 2017
A new black comedy by Stuart Crowther for Threedumb Theatre, exploring what makes a man 'a man' - and what happens when you can't figure it out.
Phantom by Lucas Fisher-Horas / Tartuffe by Moliere adapted by Roger McGough - Bath Fringe Festival 2017
Bath University Student Theatre present two shows in rep. Phantom explores the complex relationship between two individuals, whilst Tartuffe brings to life Roger McGough's classic French farce.
Nothing is more powerful than the love of a married couple, when a husband is caring for his slowly dying wife, the memorable moments they've shared bring them closer than ever as they reflect on their adventurous journey together.
Australia, 1788. The First Fleet lands at Sydney Cove. Half of those aboard are convicts – murderers, thieves, and prostitutes – exiled to the shores of this strange new land. Eager to impress his superiors, Second Lieutenant Ralph Clark takes up the task of bringing culture to the burgeoning colony by offering to direct the country’s first play.
In Second Sun, the mighty have fallen. And evil has won against all odds. No one can foresee the future. Not even the Gods. Who will be there to save them? Who will be there to speak for the voiceless against the three-faced foes that no one chose? Who will lead the country into ruin?
The company perform a quartet of plays by Samuel Beckett, winner of the 1969 Nobel Prize for Literature and master of minimalist precision. His plays create a surreal world in which characters are propelled by undetermined forces and humanity is revealed in unexpected ways.
Cold Hard Cache is the new sketch comedy adventure from Chris Cantrill and Amy Gledhill, the minds behind cult oddball phenomenon, The Delightful Sausage.
The Church of Phil invites you to slap on a name sticker for an introductory enrolment seminar like no other! Allow the omnipresent Phil into your mind and join us for an unforgettable experience.
The Mission Theatre hosts a newly minted Variety show in the traditional Music Hall style. Sweet-hearted songs, baffling eccentric dances, impossible feats and breathtaking musical virtuosity.
After their recent successful productions of Humble Boy and God of Carnage, Platform 8 return to The Mission Theatre with this boulevard comedy.