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Theatre RoyalGod of Carnage
Winner of the Tony Award for Best Play and the Olivier Award for Best New Comedy, this ruthlessly comic study of middle class parenting by the author of Art is one of the most successful plays ever in the history of the West End. When eleven-year-old Ferdinand hits eleven-year-old Bruno with a stick in a playground punch-up and knocks out two of his teeth, the combatants’ enlightened parents decide to meet to talk things over civilly. But once the niceties are done with and the drink starts flowing, it is the parents who turn into spoiled brats. 20th - 25th January. Theatre Royal, Bath, BA1 1ET.
 
 
Rondo TheatreJohn-Luke Roberts
The critically acclaimed idiot John-Luke Roberts returns to the road with another ridiculously long titled show. In a brand-new hour of extraordinary daft-hearted comedy, expect to not know why you are laughing once more… even when he gives you the punchline first. Jokes about staring into the Nietzschean void, the stupid decisions of kings and how Pinocchio can save the world all might make appearances in this hour of absolute silliness. 25th January 8pm. Rondo Theatre St. Saviours Road, Bath, BA1 6RT
 
 
Chapel ArtsSon Yambu
Red hot rhythms straight from the streets of Eastern Cuba. Son Yambu play authentic ‘Son Cubano’ or Cuban son – the essential Afro-Cuban music that originated in the streets of eastern Cuba at the turn of the last century. Son is a fusion of Spanish and African rhythms and is the root of all salsa music. Formed in 2011, Son Yambu features a new generation of musicians who are all passionate about maintaining the traditions of the genre, continuing the Buena Vista legacy that put Cuban music back on the map in 1997. 25th January 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm (Doors: 7:30pm) Chapel Arts, St. James’s Memorial Hall, Lower Borough Walls, Bath, BA1 1QR
 
 
The Mission TheatreCollaborators
Soviet Russia, 1938. All-powerful dictator Joseph Stalin has an idea. He wants someone to write a play about his life to mark his sixtieth birthday - and who better than his favourite author, Mikhail Bulgakov? There’s just one problem: Bulgakov can’t bring himself to do it. So Stalin decides on a personal approach, and when that doesn’t work, he comes up with another idea - why doesn’t he write the play, while Bulgakov runs the country? 21st & 25th January at 7.30pm The Mission Theatre, 32 Corn Street Bath BA1 1UF
 
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