Bristol Hippodrome

Jersey Boys: 30 October – 17 November
The internationally acclaimed stage sensation, Jersey Boys is working its way back to round the UK! Telling the real life story of four boys from the wrong side of the tracks who wrote their own songs, invented their own unique sound, and sold 100 million records worldwide.

Benidorm: 19 – 24 November
Starring your favourite characters from the smash-hit ITV comedy, Benidorm is set to bring sunshine and smiles to Bristol in this official world premiere.

English National Ballet - Derek Deane's Swan Lake: 27 November – 1 December
The timeless classical ballet, beloved for its superb dancing, beautiful sets and Tchaikovsky’s glorious music, played live by English National Ballet Philharmonic, this Swan Lake is a thrill for the dedicated fan or first-time ballet-goer.

Bristol Old Vic

Twelfth Night: 17 October – 10 November
Bristol Old Vic and Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh are delighted to announce that the first co-production between the two award-winning theatres will be Shakespeare’s hilarious and heart-breaking Twelfth Night.

Tobacco Factory Theatres

All You Need Is LSD: 1 – 3 November
A world premiere from playwright Leo Butler, this darkly humorous new play illuminates the drugs debate that won't go away and examines the freedom we have to make our own choices in life, and death.

Princess Charming: 2 – 4 November
Exploring gender stereotypes in a fun, questioning way, Princess Charming is a celebration of being exactly who you are. This show is for anyone who doesn't like being told what to do and is about finding the courage to defy expectations.

The Dark: 9 – 10 November
Written by the award-winning poet Nick Makoha, The Dark tells the vivid and moving story of the migration he made with his mother at the age of four.

Rocky Shock Horror: 12 – 17 November
The Wardrobe Theatre brings another of its signature, darkly comic, adult-only shows to Tobacco Factory Theatres - a loving, playful fusion of the boxing classic with the cross-dressing cult musical masterpiece.

Celebration, Florida: 14 - 19 November
Featuring two unrehearsed performers who have never met, Celebration, Florida is a quietly surreal show for anyone who has ever missed anyone or anything.

Redgrave Theatre

The Railway Children: 29 November – 13 December
Bristol Old Vic Theatre School is thrilled to be returning to the Redgrave Theatre to present the perfect Christmas treat of The Railway Children.

Mrs Beeton Says: 6 December – 13 December
The play is the unexpected story behind the iconic figure that is Mrs Beeton and tells the tales of the many women she advised, supported and befriended.

The Tiger Who Came to Tea: 18 – 21 December
Direct from a smash hit West End season, The Tiger Who Came to Tea returns to the stage, celebrating 50 years of Britain's best-loved picture book!

Stars of Magic: 27 – 30 December
Seven of the most spellbinding illusionists will be travelling from all over the world to delight and astonish at the most magical time of year.

Other Theatres:

Frankenstein at Arnos Vale Cemetery: 2 – 11 November
Hear a tale that's been told for over 200 years. A story of creation, rejection, love and disaster. In an attempt to defy death, Frankenstein creates a creature, a monster that is both childlike in its innocence but repulsive in its form.

Sarah Guppy: The Bridge, The Bed, The Truth at Hen & Chicken: 6 – 7 November
New revelations about a truly remarkable woman living at an extraordinary time.

"The Anniversary" by Bill Mcilwraith at The Alma Tavern and Theatre: 7 -10 November
Two of three sons have something important to tell Mum. Their problem is how and when to deliver their news – that is, if they can muster the bravery needed to tell her at all – because Mum, evil, malevolent and fanatically domineering, is used to getting her own way and intends to keep her world intact at any cost.

The Last 5 Years at The Station: 21 – 23 November
An emotionally powerful and intimate musical telling the story of Jamie and Cathy, two New Yorkers in their twenties who fall in and out of love over the course of five years.

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The Bristol Hippodrome
Theatre
The Bristol Hippodrome

One of the country's top provincial theatres, which proudly continues to stage major West End and Broadway productions.

Bristol Old Vic Theatre
Theatre
Bristol Old Vic Theatre

Built in 1766, Bristol Old Vic is the oldest continuously working theatre in the English speaking world, and remains a place of joy, discovery and adventure to this day.

Tobacco Factory Theatres
Theatre
The Tobacco Factory

A popular theatre and café bar in Southville, with a programme of touring and in-house productions, childrens' and music events

Redgrave Theatre
Theatre
Redgrave Theatre

Hidden aware in the beautiful suburb of Clifton the Redgrave Theatre is one of Bristol’s most popular theatres hosting a wide variety of productions including operas, musicals, stand-up comedy, theatre and dance.

Arnos Vale Cemetery Trust
Cemetery/Mausoleum
Arnos Vale Cemetery Trust

Step into a secret world and discover 45 green acres where the history of Bristol is told in a leafy and tranquil setting.