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theatre royalMurder on the Orient Express
A cast of seventeen presents Agatha Christie’s legendary mystery in this sensational production, coming directly to Bath for its only UK dates following its premiere at the Chichester Festival Theatre. The celebrated detective Hercule Poirot boards the legendary Orient Express, enjoying the prospect of a luxurious rail journey from Istanbul to Calais in the dead of winter. The train is surprisingly packed for the time of year; only the intervention of the manager secures Poirot a first class berth, alongside an intriguing and glittering company of international travellers. But just after midnight, the Orient Express screeches to a halt, marooned by a snowdrift. And by morning, one passenger is dead… Nobody can leave. A guard appears to be missing. A killer is in their midst, and Poirot must deploy his ‘little grey cells’ on the most difficult case of his career: one that will force him to question his deepest beliefs. 9 - 25 June. 7.30pm. Theatre Royal, Bath, BA1 1ET Details.
 
 
Rondo TheatreTosca
Bath Opera brings the most dramatic Puccini opera ‘Tosca’ to The Rondo. The tragic story of diva Tosca and her painter lover Cavaradossi under a cruel and despotic regime, features some of Puccini’s most beautiful arias. We are thrilled to have in the title role guest artist and international soprano Ghiulnara Raileanu who has sung lead roles in Polish and Moldova National Operas, Ghiulnara is supported by leading members of Bath Opera with Robert Felstead as Cavaradossi and Niall Hoskin as the cruel Scarpia. Musical Director is Peter Blackwood, and Stage Director Jane Clark. 2 July. 7:30pm. Rondo Theatre, St. Saviours Road, BATH, BA1 6RT
 
 
chapel artsSome Kinda Wonderful -The music of Stevie Wonder
The Noel McCalla/Derek Nash Band presents Some Kinda Wonderful. Celebrating the genius of Stevie Wonder throughout his entire career, the mesmeric vocalist, Noel McCalla, and award-winning saxophonist, Derek Nash, have put together a band of top musicians to play a wide-ranging back catalogue of classic hits, from 1970’s Signed, Sealed, Delivered through to hits from Talking Book, Innervisions, Songs in the Key of Life and Hotter than July. Playing hit after hit, from the dance floor classics I Wish and Superstition to beautiful arrangements of My Cherie Amour and Overjoyed, the set will also include compositions by Stevie Wonder that others have had massive hits with. Derek Nash has played in Jools Holland’s Rhythm and Blues Orchestra since 2004 and is also a member of the Ronnie Scotts Blues Explosion. 25 June, 2022 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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