This week in Bristol, June 18-24

18 06 2012

Monday-Saturday: Buttercup, Wardrobe Theatre
A play about a fat cow from Lancashire from Circomedia graduate and former Venue editor Tom Wainwright. Also featuring Jamie Oliver.

Tuesday-June 30: Costume, Scenic Art, Theatre Design; RWA
A special behind-the-scenes insight into the work of the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School from their  Theatre Design, Costume, Scenic Art and Technical departments.

Wednesday: Dave Gorman’s Powerpoint Presentation, Colston Hall
The original Dave Gorman returns to Bristol with a show attempting to prove that Powerpoint presentations are not just for business meetings.

Thursday-Saturday: Coelacanth, Tobacco Factory Theatre
“From the imagination of Ben Moor, one of the Edinburgh Fringe’s most lauded comedy writing talents, comes a tale of love, loneliness, tree climbing and deeply oblivious fish.”

Friday: Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter released in cinemas
A historical film like no other sees the 16th President of the United States discovering vampires are planning to take over his country, making it his mission to eliminate them.

Saturday: Cat Face, Start The Bus
“No dogs / No acting like a cat / No other cat paraphernalia apart from a cat face / It’s about having a crap cat face but not really thinking you do / Don’t dress like a cat.”

Sunday: Stand Up For Slapstick, Colston Hall
The line-up for a night raising money for Bristol’s Slapstick Festival shows in just how high regard it is held. Performers include Rory Bremner, Barry Cryer and Lucy Porter.



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