What's on in July at The Redgrave TheatrePosted on: 10 Jul 2017
The Redgrave Theatre is located at Clifton College in Bristol and has become a staple of unique and individual shows. They offer a range of different styles and there is something for everyone's taste. Check out what is going on in July and see which shows are next on your list!
21st July 2017
This original musical adaptation has toured multiple UK and US cities over the past four years and was a popular event at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The widely acclaimed stage production features songs from Jane Austen’s manuscripts and music of the era, chamber orchestra, beautiful Regency costumes, projected scenery, and world-champion Irish dancers. Don't miss your chance to experience this wonderful rendering of Jane Austen's novel that will transport you back in time!
22nd July 2017
Join the award-winning Great Western Chorus & Bristol A Cappella for an evening of fun and pitch perfect entertainment! Great Western Chorus, based in Southmead, provides a unique blend of around 60 male voices and has been dazzling British, European and American audiences with a mix of close harmony and unforgettable showmanship since 1974.
The chorus has won the British Association of Barbershop Singers’ Championship on a record nine occasions (most recently in May 2015) and has also represented the UK in the World Chorus Championships twice (2009 & 2011). Bristol A Cappella, based in Clifton, melds male and female voices producing a beautiful expanded sound. Founded in 2013, they were the first ever mixed chorus to compete at the BABS convention in 2016.
28th July 2017
Come on along and listen to all those favourite Broadway classics brought to life by The Swinging Rascals and their Live 11 piece Big Band.They'll get your toes tapping to favourites such as "Don't Rain on My Parade" "Nothing Like a Dame" and "Luck Be A Lady". From Rodgers and Hammerstein to Stephen Sondheim to Gershwin - There's something for everyone. So Hit the Town and join us to see how "Broadway Swings".
29th July 2017
Piotr Ba?troczyk "M??czyzna z kijowym peselem"
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This really is an amazing range of shows and you don't want to miss out on any of them! Get your tickets now before they sell out!
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