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theatre royalThe Play What I Wrote
Hamish has written a play, an epic set in the French Revolution called ‘A Tight Squeeze for the Scarlet Pimple’. Sean, on the other hand, wants to continue with their double act. He believes that if they perform a tribute to Morecambe and Wise, Hamish’s confidence will be restored and the double act will go on. But first Sean needs to persuade a guest star to appear in the play what Hamish wrote… Runs till 22 January. Theatre Royal, Bath, BA1 1ET Details.
 
 
Rondo theatreJohn William Richard: Song For A Ghost
John William Richard’s love affair with music began as a classically trained musician. A lifetime has been spent elsewhere from, amongst other things, fronting a new romantic group, managing artists and labels and running a nightclub. With the release of his debut album, Song for a Ghost, he returns to the Neo Classical world with flashes of contemporary electronica, creating something that is both intimate and breathtakingly cinematic. His live performance reflects his love of music and film and is as visually stimulating as aurally absorbing. 5 February, 8pm. The Rondo Theatre, St. Saviours Road, BATH, BA1 6RT
 
 
chapel artsZeeteah Massiah (reggae)
Zeeteah transforms jazz standards, pop hits and soul classics into reggae anthems and she writes and performs her own material. Born in the Caribbean and raised in London, Zeeteah is known for her work in house music (including a No. 1 US dance hit), rock, soul and jazz, and above all for her incredible live performances.She brings all these diverse musical influences together and layers them over irresistible reggae grooves, with extra ska and dancehall spice mixed in. It’s music to stir your heart. 22nd January. 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm (Doors: 7:30pm) Chapel Arts. St.James’s Memorial Hall - Lower Borough Walls - Bath - BA1 1QR
 

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