Please do not hesitate to call us for group booking discounts, available on select shows.
Written and performed by Stella Grundy & directed by Iain Bloomfield ~ Stella Productions
Sex, drugs and rock & roll - Tracy Star wanted it all!
Born into the depressing landscape of 1980's Northern Britain, Tracy sought to escape the mediocrity of her life and make something of herself in the burgeoning music scene - with Bowie as her guiding light.
Tracy formed the band Northern Star, who went onto release singles, Now and Then and Heavyweight before breaking free under industry pressure andrecording as a solo artist known simply as, ‘Pop Star’. Tracy Star soon became an indie superstar and then indulgence took it’s toll...
The Rise and Fall of a Northern Star offers a peculiar blend of comedy and tragedy interspersed with an original soundtrack and rhythmic pacey dialogue. The show has received brilliant feedback from audiences and critics, as well as receiving nominations for Manchester Theatre Awards, Best Fringe Production and the Manchester CityLife Awards.
Nothing Changes follows the lives of a group of painters and decorators trying to survive in “austerity Britain”, especially Ruth, a single mother trying to make a better life for her and her son. This emotional, sometimes humorous play with music explores the disparity in our society.
“A vital piece of theatre that needs to be seen by everyone”
The New Writing Platform is back, with six new Plays by six local new writers, from an open submission contest. This year's line-up features one student-only slot (won byMy Brother the Clown by Rosie Gailor) and a script to honour Bristol as
European Green Capital
(Fracas by Martine
Shackerely-Bennett). The other winning plays are Privet Flowers by Linda Morse, Lady Killers by Matt Fox, Control by Phil Booth and Let's Go Be Heroes by Ross Willis. An eclectic mix of monologues, dialogue, comedy and drama, come and see local talent at its finest. Directed by local directors and artists Russell Hancock, Bella Fortune, Donell Rijorke and Helena Middleton and curated once again by local playwright and dramaturg Amy Bethan Evans.
Tickets £6 Full/ £5 Concessions
May 4th - 6th
Heretical Productions and Bristol PantoSoc.
Tickets £7.50 (£5 Concession)
7.30pm Doors/ 8pm show.
10th/ 11th June.
‘For two nights only, Heretical Productions and Bristol PantoSoc bring you a double bill of sketch comedy, pantomime, and other pie-related humour!
Fresh from the grindstone working on new Edinburgh Fringe material, the Heretical boys bring you a jam-packed evening of chaotic sketch comedy, including all-new sketches as well as some old favourites! Delivered through their inimitable blend of slick physicality, eccentric characters and wicked
humour, A Pie of Dubious Intent gives you a slice of the action for half the price alongside...
Sweeney Todd: The Panto!
After 15 years in exile, famed barber Sweeney Todd returns to London in
search of his wife Lucy. Little does he realise that she has been captured
by the villainous Judge Turpin. Can Sweeney rescue her from his grasp? And
what is the secret behind the curvaceous Mrs Lovett's pie shop? With a razor
sharp wit and apologies to Stephen Sondheim, Sweeney Todd: The Panto is a
bloody good time!’