Recent Productions Fanny and Johnnie Cradock are back

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

FANNY & JOHNNIE CRADOCK
COOK THE GREAT AMERICAN SONGBOOK

With Kate McNab & John Telfer as the Cradocks

As seen on TV: The Hairy Bikers 7pm BBC2 Thursday 25 April 2013


DINNER THEATRE IS BACK ON THE MENU AT LAST—Guide2Bristol

Following last year’s sell out dinner theatre show, Fanny & Johnnie Cradock return with their outrageous recipes and fabulous musical talent to cook up a storm in a restaurant near you. Dine with the Cradocks at selected Bristol/South West venues from Friday 24 May 2013.

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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 2 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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Recent Productions Anne Bonny’s Lunchtime Pirate Panto

It’s not a lunchtime panto? Oh Yes It is!
It’s not only a fiver for 2 people? Oh Yes It Is!
It’s not Angie Belcher? Oh Yes It Is!

Join Buccaneer Belcher for terrifying tales of Bristol’s pirates, fact & fiction: Blackbeard, Long John Silver, Woodes Rogers, Robinson Crusoe, Calico Jack Rackham and the extraordinary Anne Bonny. With some of the worst pirate jokes you’ll ever hear and Ted the fact checking Hartcliffe parrot, making sure she gets it right.

ANNE BONNY’S LUNCHTIME PIRATE PANTO lasts half an hour in Bedminster’s newest venue: Chicken Shed at the Hen & Chicken on North Street BS3 1JF. So take in a show, have some lunch and do your Christmas shopping – all in Bedminster.

  • Performances 1pm & 2pm, Saturdays 7th, 14th and 21st December
  • Suitable for ages 7 and up
  • Tickets £5 for one adult and one child (age 11 and under)
  • Additional children £3 (11 and under) each
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Unaccompanied adults and 12 and over: £5

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Angie Belcher’s work is known for its ‘high laughter content’ – Bristol 24/7, and Phil Jupitus says, ‘Highly recommended, go see her!

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Productions Dinner with Fanny and Johnnie Cradock

Fanny and Johnnie at the Bristol Harbour Hotel

11 October 2017 @ Bristol Harbour Hotel

Meet the Cradocks at the fabulous new Bristol Harbour Hotel on Corn Street. Dine in the extraordinary Sansovino Hall — previously a banking hall in the financial heart of the city — inspired by 16th century Venetian architecture, complete with remarkable historical detail and magnificent skylight.

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