Current Productions Dine with The Cradocks in a tent (on College Green) and in The Cotswolds

FANNY & JOHNNIE CRADOCK
COOK THE GREAT AMERICAN SONGBOOK

With Kate McNab & John Telfer as the Cradocks

Bristol Food Connections have invited Fanny & Johnnie Cradock into their fabulous Orangery Marquee on College Green on Friday 29 April where Kate’s Kitchen will serve Fanny’s Prawn Cocktail, Victory Chicken and Salute Escoffier.

Book tickets here »

“The best show about food I’ve seen. Perfect festival fodder”
— Charlie Hicks, Total Produce

Read the lovely review by Bristol 24/7 here »

Bristol Food Connections is produced in partnership with Great Western Railway, the BBC and Bristol City Council

and then in The Cotwolds

The Beaufort Arms at Hawkesbury Upton enjoyed Major & Mrs Cradock so much last time they’re back for a double. Join the Cradocks for a great dinner and show at this lovely Cotswold pub on Friday and Saturday 20/21 May

Friday 20 May 2016
Three Course Dinner & ShowThe Beaufort Arms, Hawkesbury Upton
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Saturday 21 May 2016
Three Course Dinner & ShowThe Beaufort Arms, Hawkesbury Upton
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DINNER THEATRE IS BACK ON THE MENU AT LAST—Guide2Bristol

Check out the reviews »


Kate McNab and John Telfer return as Fanny and Johnny. Well-known jazz singer Kate also performs with her own company The Ministry of Entertainment. Actor, singer and musical director John Telfer was a regular in Bergerac and is currently the Vicar of Ambridge in Radio 4’s The Archers.

The evening includes a three course meal a la Cradock, demonstrated by Fanny before it’s served—with a bit of help from the audience (and vegetarian options available). Plus regular bursts of song assisted by Johnnie at the piano. And even some local history when Fanny’s dark roots are revealed: her grandfather came from Bath and the family fortune came from an undertakers shop on Bristol’s Park Street. Dine with the Cradocks and they’ll tell you all about it.

Writer/Producer Sheila Hannon said, ‘Last year’s run sold out well in advance and a lot of people missed out, so book early and don’t be disappointed.’

READ THE REVIEWS

5 star Venue reviewRead it here

Another cracker in the Evening PostRead it here

And from Guide2BristolRead it here

Pic copyright Zuleika Henry

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Current Productions Sarah Guppy: The Bridge, The Bed, The Truth

Sarah Guppy - The Bridge, The Bed, The Truth

Sarah Guppy — the first woman to patent a bridge and the first to formally design one. 

Missed her in November? Catch 10 minutes free on Saturday 2 March when Sarah’s at The Council House as part of International Women’s Day. 10 minute shows 1pm, 2pm, 3pm and 4pm. See full details here »

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Current Productions TREASURE ISLAND Story Walk - back for August

Treasure Island Story Walk Bristol Docks

21 August – 3 September

What’s a pirate’s favourite cheese? — Cheddaaaaaaaar!

Our half term story walk was such a success it’s back for the summer holidays. Here’s what our audiences said:

Wonderful entertainment …thoroughly recommend”
Thrilling story-telling, enjoyed by all ages”
The story walk is terrific”

So join us for the perfect family in the place where it all began: Bristol Docks

See hidden caves and spy holes, and discover the dark and dirty deeds of Long John Silver, Blind Pew, and a host of pirates and buccaneers!

One hour, suitable for age 8+

Times/prices/details on the flier »

Starts at: Merchant Venturers Almshouses, jct King St/Prince St BS1 4DT
See map »

But remember, “Them that die’ll be the lucky ones…”


Gerard Cooke & Nadia Williams, pic Zuleika Henry

In association with the Long John Silver Trust’s Treasure Island Trail
www.longjohnsilvertrust.co.uk