Frankenstein in Bath

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Theatre Bath: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

This is an enthralling story, well told and meticulously researched, with many newly-discovered facts… …You will be entertained, enlightened and horrified in equal measure. Fascinating. Read the full review »

Bath Newseum:

Tragedy and triumph, romance and despair are all woven into a street performance that was both informative and – please forgive the pun – even shocking in its revelations. Read the full review »

Trip Advisor

fascinating… I was spellbound… very good value
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An Audience With Sarah Guppy - by Sheila Hannon (2006)

Director: Alan Dossor
Performer: Kim Hicks
Designer: James Helps

“…Remarkable …brought science, technology & art together in a unique way.”
-Tony Watkins, Sub Dean, Faculty of Technology, University of Plymouth

“…Virtuosic …vivid portrait of a forgotten Bristolian who played an important part in the Brunel story…”
-Helen Reid, Bristol Evening Post

“…Beautifully constructed, an engaging balance of informative and entertaining… turns a mass of raw material into an enthralling entertainment with breathtaking skill.”
–Shirley Brown, former Theatre Editor, Venue

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Waiting - 20 Monologues at The Southville Centre (2006)

“Innovative, original, magical” – Venue 2006

The title of this all-day event, staged by Show Of Strength Theatre Company, might give visions of bearded scribblers earnestly reading out their stuff from a lectern. Wrong. The 20 pieces were, in fact, short solo playlets, each only a few minutes long, performed by seven actors in nine different spaces in the building.

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Blue Murder – by Peter Nichols (1995)

“Congratulations to Show Of Strength… acerbic, hilarious… Highly recommended to Bristolians and to London producers.” – Sunday Times

“Show Of Strength has a major scoop on its hands …an absolute cracker, as ingenious as it is riotously funny” – Charles Spencer, The Daily Telegraph

“exhilaratingly funny …the jokes are classic.” – Paul Taylor, The Independent

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Blavatsky’s Tower - by Moira Buffini (1999)

“superbly unnerving… Once again, South Bristol’s finest have come up with an absolute gem.” – Tom Phillips, Venue

“amazing… Once again Show Of Strength has picked a winner.” – Helen Reid, Western Daily Press

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The Price of Meat - by Michele Celeste (1999)

“Show Of Strength are on top form this season …brilliantly articulate …vibrant, terrifying and wildly funny. Don’t miss it.” – Tom Phillips, Venue

“…wonderful riot of a play …glorious” – Helen Reid, Western Daily Press