Things to do and events coming up in Bristol

Image caption Jane Asher (r) and Louise Calf star in The Reluctant Debutant in Bath

Family Fun

From Here To There, exploring the fun of creative play, is for children aged up to five years at Bath's egg theatre from 23 to 26 March.

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  • Storyteller Sarah Mooney will be telling Sea Hear tales on board Brunel's ss Great Britain on the first Tuesday of each month.
  • Billy Elliot - The Musical, by Bristol Musical Youth Productions and based on the film, comes to Weston's Playhouse on 27 March.
  • A fun-packed day of activities exclusively for under-fives takes place during the Toddler Takeover at At-Bristol on 25 March.

Exhibitions and arts

The Changing Perspectives: connecting science and art series, held at the University of Bristol, runs until the end of April.

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A Night on the Tiles, featuring spoken word, black comedy, animation and physical theatre, is at the egg in Bath on 30 and 31 March.

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  • The Welsh National Opera's production of Il trovatore comes to Bristol's Hippodrome from 30 March to 2 April.
  • Mixing physical comedy and circus-theatre, Yalla Yalla heads to Bristol's Tobacco Factory Theatre from 22 March to 2 April.
  • Television star Claire Sweeney stars in Tell Me On A Sunday at Bristol's Hippodrome from 23 to 26 March.
  • The Comedy of Errors comes to the Tobacco Factory Theatre from 24 March to 30 April.
  • The Reluctant Debutante, starring Jane Asher and Belinda Lang, comes to the Theatre Royal Bath from 28 March to 2 April.
  • Jeffrey Bernard Is Unwell, starring Holby City actor Robert Powell, is at the Theatre Royal Bath from 22 to 26 March.


Bristol Choral Society and New Bristol Sinfonia bring Victorian Treasures to Bristol's Colston Hall on 26 March.

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  • Acclaimed British beatboxer Shlomo brings his "one-man musical mashup" to Bath's Komedia on 30 March.
  • Member of the Jools Holland Orchestra, Mark Flanagan performs at The Tunnels in Bristol on 31 March.
  • The Fraser Tilley Trio will bring blues, soul, funk, and jazz to the Colston Hall Foyer Bar in Bristol on 26 March.
  • British pop sensation Kate Nash brings her trademark wit and personality to Bath's Komedia on 29 March.

Something a bit different

Steal From Work bring new street art exhibition, Flogging A Dead Horse, to The Showroom in Bristol from 19 to 27 March.

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  • Take an amazing journey around the Universe in the Spring night sky planetarium show at At-Bristol until 20 June.
  • The Surface Festival, a live music event featuring unsigned bands, takes place at The Thunderbolt in Bristol on 29 and 30 March.
  • Bath's Fashion Museum is hosting Royal Wedding Teas, complete with tea and cakes and an illustrated talk, on 15 and 29 March.

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