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Aug
31
Sat
2019
Comedy of Errors
Aug 31 @ 19:30 – 21:35

 

 

 

 

 

 

From the company that bought you ‘The Tin Soldier’, Folky Theatre returns with Shakespeare’s classic tale of mistaken identities.

After being separated from their twins in a shipwreck, Antipholus and his slave Dromio go to Ephesus to find them. The other set of twins live in Ephesus, and the new arrivals cause a series of hilarious mistaken identity.

Filled with Folksy’s wonderful live music, audience interaction and downright silliness!

Bring along your friends and family to watch this wonderful production.

Nov
20
Wed
2019
Living Spit’s Odyssey
Nov 20 @ 19:30 – 21:30
Tickets go on sale on Saturday 15th June at 10am, commencing with an early bird offer!
Captivating singer Kate Dimbleby joins Bristol’s favourite comedy theatre troupe Living Spit to reimagine Homer’s classic work.
The Odyssey, one of the supreme works of western literature, tells of Odysseus’ 10-year journey home to Ithaca from the Trojan War, overcoming some of Greek mythology’s greatest monsters, misfortunes and temptations. While all Greece presumed him dead, Penelope, his faithful wife, fended off 100 drunken suitors who besieged their home. The story’s scope and beauty have entranced mankind for nearly three thousand years.
Now Kate Dimbleby, the internationally renowned, stupefyingly talented singer and raconteur, joins Living Spit, a pair of scruffy, puerile, knockabout chancers from a small seaside town just south of Bristol, to create a brand new and highly original retelling of this story of redemption, isolation and a desperate yearning for love.
Expect great music and top-notch comedy married together with playful panache, pathos and painful puns a-plenty! Let’s just hope they get on…
Lead reviews:
“This ribald reworking is a beguiling rib-tickler…the sense of mischief and sheer silliness are difficult to resist” (The Times on Living Spit’s Frankenstein)
“Stunning vocal virtuosity…This is an artist absolutely at the top of her game (BBC Radio 6 Music on Kate Dimbleby)”
Nov
21
Thu
2019
Living Spit’s Odyssey
Nov 21 @ 19:30 – 21:30
Tickets go on sale on Saturday 15th June at 10am, commencing with an early bird offer!
Captivating singer Kate Dimbleby joins Bristol’s favourite comedy theatre troupe Living Spit to reimagine Homer’s classic work.
The Odyssey, one of the supreme works of western literature, tells of Odysseus’ 10-year journey home to Ithaca from the Trojan War, overcoming some of Greek mythology’s greatest monsters, misfortunes and temptations. While all Greece presumed him dead, Penelope, his faithful wife, fended off 100 drunken suitors who besieged their home. The story’s scope and beauty have entranced mankind for nearly three thousand years.
Now Kate Dimbleby, the internationally renowned, stupefyingly talented singer and raconteur, joins Living Spit, a pair of scruffy, puerile, knockabout chancers from a small seaside town just south of Bristol, to create a brand new and highly original retelling of this story of redemption, isolation and a desperate yearning for love.
Expect great music and top-notch comedy married together with playful panache, pathos and painful puns a-plenty! Let’s just hope they get on…
Lead reviews:
“This ribald reworking is a beguiling rib-tickler…the sense of mischief and sheer silliness are difficult to resist” (The Times on Living Spit’s Frankenstein)
“Stunning vocal virtuosity…This is an artist absolutely at the top of her game (BBC Radio 6 Music on Kate Dimbleby)”
Nov
22
Fri
2019
Living Spit’s Odyssey
Nov 22 @ 19:30 – 21:30
Tickets go on sale on Saturday 15th June at 10am, commencing with an early bird offer!
Captivating singer Kate Dimbleby joins Bristol’s favourite comedy theatre troupe Living Spit to reimagine Homer’s classic work.
The Odyssey, one of the supreme works of western literature, tells of Odysseus’ 10-year journey home to Ithaca from the Trojan War, overcoming some of Greek mythology’s greatest monsters, misfortunes and temptations. While all Greece presumed him dead, Penelope, his faithful wife, fended off 100 drunken suitors who besieged their home. The story’s scope and beauty have entranced mankind for nearly three thousand years.
Now Kate Dimbleby, the internationally renowned, stupefyingly talented singer and raconteur, joins Living Spit, a pair of scruffy, puerile, knockabout chancers from a small seaside town just south of Bristol, to create a brand new and highly original retelling of this story of redemption, isolation and a desperate yearning for love.
Expect great music and top-notch comedy married together with playful panache, pathos and painful puns a-plenty! Let’s just hope they get on…
Lead reviews:
“This ribald reworking is a beguiling rib-tickler…the sense of mischief and sheer silliness are difficult to resist” (The Times on Living Spit’s Frankenstein)
“Stunning vocal virtuosity…This is an artist absolutely at the top of her game (BBC Radio 6 Music on Kate Dimbleby)”
Nov
23
Sat
2019
Living Spit’s Odyssey
Nov 23 @ 19:30 – 21:30
Tickets go on sale on Saturday 15th June at 10am, commencing with an early bird offer!
Captivating singer Kate Dimbleby joins Bristol’s favourite comedy theatre troupe Living Spit to reimagine Homer’s classic work.
The Odyssey, one of the supreme works of western literature, tells of Odysseus’ 10-year journey home to Ithaca from the Trojan War, overcoming some of Greek mythology’s greatest monsters, misfortunes and temptations. While all Greece presumed him dead, Penelope, his faithful wife, fended off 100 drunken suitors who besieged their home. The story’s scope and beauty have entranced mankind for nearly three thousand years.
Now Kate Dimbleby, the internationally renowned, stupefyingly talented singer and raconteur, joins Living Spit, a pair of scruffy, puerile, knockabout chancers from a small seaside town just south of Bristol, to create a brand new and highly original retelling of this story of redemption, isolation and a desperate yearning for love.
Expect great music and top-notch comedy married together with playful panache, pathos and painful puns a-plenty! Let’s just hope they get on…
Lead reviews:
“This ribald reworking is a beguiling rib-tickler…the sense of mischief and sheer silliness are difficult to resist” (The Times on Living Spit’s Frankenstein)
“Stunning vocal virtuosity…This is an artist absolutely at the top of her game (BBC Radio 6 Music on Kate Dimbleby)”