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theatre royalInto The Woods
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; Book by James Lapine; Co-Directed by Terry Gilliam and Leah Hausman. In this production, a young girl playing with her grandfather’s toy theatre imagines an upside down, fairy tale world. A baker and his wife must set out to reverse a curse which has left them childless and hunt down four magical items to lift the spell. On the way, they meet Little Red Riding Hood (plus a captivating Wolf), Rapunzel and Cinderella, charming Princes (and the obligatory, less charming, Stepsisters), Jack (he of beanstalk fame) and, of course, a Witch. A world-class creative team led by iconic stage and film director Terry Gilliam, and co-director and choreographer Leah Hausman, brings this magical tale to life. Together with designer Jon Bausor and costume designer Antony McDonald, their vision and design promises to create the most spectacular production ever staged at the Theatre Royal Bath. 20 -27 August. Theatre Royal, Bath, BA1 1ET Details.
 
 
Step inside the dark world of Mary Shelly and her infamous creation Frankenstein
Bath’s House of Frankenstein, the world-first attraction dedicated to Mary Shelley, celebrates its one-year anniversary. For an alternative thing to do this summer, step into the life of the mother of modern horror and come face to face with a faithful depiction of one of popular culture’s most infamous characters - Frankenstein’s creature. The House, like Shelley’s novel ‘Frankenstein’, had its genesis in Bath. It was in this picturesque city that tragic events, an inquisitive mind, and conversations with other writers led the young author to conjure the first fragments of her creature. Extending over four atmospheric floors and complete with a Frankenstein themed escape room, visitors to the House can immerse themselves in Mary Shelley’s complex and often calamitous past whilst they uncover the true story behind one of the world’s favourite creatures. Details
 
Rondo TheatreWhen We Dead Awaken & Figures on a Ground
By Henrik Ibsen & Jeremy Gibson and presented by made-for-the-stage. The first performances of a double-bill of linked plays on the theme of lost loves. A new version of Ibsen’s last (and little known) play, When We Dead Awaken, created by Jeremy Gibson, is followed by his own new play Figures on a Ground which echoes the themes and characters of Ibsen’s play in a modern setting. A sculptor meets – quite by chance – a lost love of his youth and they begin to rekindle their passion… a poet sits in his garden remembering his lost love and ‘conjures’ her up to re-visit their past… but will either of these encounters lead to ‘awakenings’? 9 - 10 September. 7.30pm. Rondo Theatre, St. Saviours Road, BATH, BA1 6RT
 

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Britain’s most spectacular caves and legendary home of the infamous Witch of Wookey. Revamped, restored and totally remarkable, the new Wookey Hole Experience is bursting onto the holiday scene in an explosive mix of history, mystery & fun. Wookey Hole, a wonderful & unique Somerset family attraction. Come for a great Somerset day out, or stay longer at The Wookey Hotel.
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