Saturday 31st March - 6pm
Love Muffin Productions presents
Back 2 Basics
A bittersweet tale of political awakening. With nothing left to lose, but everything to fight for, Samantha followed Russell Brand to the frontline of the revolution - a council estate in Barnet. An adventure through the Neverland of anarchy where squatters, families and activists unite in a battle to cover basic needs. There's no place like home.
‘Hits a rich vein of dark humour, nicely crafted jokes with sharp timing' - Times
Tickets £8 (£6 concs)
Available online at Brown Paper Tickets 0800 411 8881
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Thursday 5th April - 8pm
Gamble and Hoskins present
Stand Up, Songs, Stories and Skits
Late-bloomer Stewart and maturing nicely Darren combine their limited talents - but excessive experience, to produce a comedy show that is hopefully greater than its parts. With only the aid of a ukulele, a bed of nails and a hat with a hole in, they plan to entertain you with a 'rolling mix' of stand-up comedy, songs, stories and skits.
So come along and have a laugh, as they display death-defying optimism in the face of ageing.
Tickets £8 (no concs)
Bath Box Office 01225 463362
Friday 6th April - 7.30pm
Unravelled Commedia Company presents
A Night at the Novelty Theatre
A very happy return to The Mission Theatre for this delicious chocolate box of a Variety show, performed in the traditional Music Hall style. This year’s selection is crammed with even more sweet-hearted songs, baffling eccentric dances, impossible feats and breath-taking musical virtuosity. The Unravelled Commedia Company are artistes from another time, lovingly restored to working order and displayed for a delicious hour and a half of Edwardiana. Unmissable.
Tickets £8 (£5 concs)
Bath Box Office 01225 463362 www.bathboxoffice.org.uk
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Saturday 7th April
Kane and Abel presents
Breaking the Magicians’ Code
Following a decade of abiding by the Magicians’ Code of Conduct passed down to them by their grandfather, twin tricksters Kane & Abel decided to break every single code to see how different their lives would be. It turns out being bad feels great, and Kane & Abel have spent the past year touring the UK with their anarchic show Breaking the Magicians’ Code.
‘A superb mixture of humour, magic and audience participation - a thoroughly enjoyable experience.’ EdFringe Review