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Bath Fringe Festival


The 2018 Bath Fringe Festival will take place in the city between Friday 25th May - Sunday 10th June. As an attractive and popular city-centre venue, The Mission Theatre is thrilled to once again be hosting many exciting Fringe events. With its versatile 100-seater Main Auditorium and its buzzing Fringe Hub and Bar in the 50-seater Theatre Upstairs, The Mission Theatre will be full to bursting with first-class Fringe acts from around the country.

Detailed information will be available on our website from 1st April 2018.

Please take a look below at some of the performances we have coming up during The 2018 Bath Fringe Festival at The Mission Theatre. 


Nos Three Theatre Company presents

Friendly Ever After

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Friendly Ever After is a touching story of Sarmento and Daluz, two young clowns trying to find true friendship. Between the many jokes, arguments, disputes and amusing moments, Sarmento and Daluz discover, with the help of the young audience, that friendship can be deeper and more rewarding if they simply start to act with genuine kindness, tolerance and empathy with one another.


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The Rattle’n’Roll Players present

The Rise and Fall of King Donald the 1/5th

A rich, aggressive merchant seizes the throne of Egoland. Who can save the world from his destructive impulses? The Rattlen’n’Roll Players have created a strangely familiar Donald, but in a fictional time and place. Hilarious political satire with pathos and wit.





Compania Cielito presents

Crime and Passion

Who are we in the world we see around us? What is our connection to others near and far? We want autonomy, but at the same time the benefit of collaboration - sound familiar? An Argentine Tango, theatre and mixed media performance.


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Dave’s House Theatre Company presents

Strange Matters...

Dave only goes to see nice plays with nice stories. So he’s taken it upon himself to write one: Strange Matters... a riveting tale of love, death, betrayal and birds. But how will Dave’s evening of “tolerable, top-notch, moderately significant drama with a nice story” fare when Frank, the lead actor, fails to turn up?