Theatre Royal will host Bristol's answer to The Proms
The Theatre Royal is to play host to Bristol’s answer to the Proms.
The Bristol Old Vic has formed a partnership with Universal Arts Music and Entertainment and the Watershed, to produce The Bristol Proms, a week-long festival of classical music combined with cutting-edge digital technology.
A spokesman said the festival, which will take place this summer, will feature “a host of world-beating artists helping to recover the spontaneity of live classical performance and bend it into exciting new shapes.”
The artists will play in the Theatre Royal’s recently refurbished auditorium.
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Programme details will be announced on Monday, March 4.
The theatre has also announced a partnership with internationally-renowned dance venue, Sadler’s Wells, to bring new work to the stage. The project begins with Varmints, a new show directed by Sally Cookson, which will be produced at the theatre on May 10-11.
The Bristol Old Vic will also return to the outdoors this summer with another open air adventure. From the team who brought Treasure Island to life in King Street in 2011, comes The Boy Who Cried Wolf and other stories from Michael Morpurgo’s Aesop’s Fables, which will be staged in King Street from July 13 to September 1.