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SPARKFEST REVIEWS 

JAZZ NIGHT WITH BSU TUTORS

10th May 8pm 

"As the first song plays, the audience receive an instant feeling of class and warmth; as if you’re dining at the Ritz  on a summer’s evening"

THE FORGOTTEN BLITZ

11th May 4pm 

"All in all a lovely project that brings real-life memories from Bath residents of yester year told by some of it’s newest Bath City custodians"

VOLPONE

23rd May 8pm 

The cast offered strong performances all round, but the highlights were certainly Volpone and his man servant.

CELL BLOCK WHAT THE ****

11th May 8pm 

"A very nice touch. Cell Block What The **** is well worth the watch, especially if you are unaware of the millennial plight"

A CLOWN NAMED CURLY

12th May 4pm 

"Frank Hussey’s incredible charming and tender one-man show in SparkFest is a little gem and provided many beautiful moments for children and adults alike. A MUST SEE! "

TAKING IN THE VIEW

12th May 6pm 

"Taking in the View is an endearing snapshot of a struggle between two people thrown together"

AFTER PARTY

12th May 8pm 

"A tender, beautiful story of young love and growing up with the cards that life has dealt you."

MEDEA

13th May 8pm 

"Dancing on the building blocks to an interesting and certainly thought-provoking piece, the university theatre performance impressed and exceeded expectations."

GOODBYE CHARLIE STARR 

13th May 7.30pm

"Markedly Avril Tricker delivers a solid and genuine portrayal of Charlie Starr."

PAINTING BY NUMBERS

14th May 6pm 

The script is fast paced, frantic and gets to the point, so much so, I had to research whether the play already existed; it does not, do not miss it!

THE SUN 

15th May 6pm 

"All in all an interesting play that feels so relevant to the dramatic changes that are to come in our own environment!"

I'LL TAKE IT FROM HERE 

15th May 8pm 

"I laughed a lot and I could completely associate with Finlay and his Muses. I would thoroughly recommend this and could be a treatment on the NHS."

ST SWITHERN'S CONCERT

16th May 7.30pm 

ST SWITHERN'S CONCERT

16th May 7.30pm 

ST SWITHIN'S CONCERT

16th May 7.30pm 

The musicians show a love and passion when playing, and equally the music has a powerful way of making you empathise with it no matter what the emotion.

MOVING EXHIBITION

16th -17th May 1.30pm-4.30pm

"This fusion between the young and the old is a beautiful example of young creative can be inspired by the relics of the past. Go See It – you won’t be disappointed."

INSIGHT

18th May 2:30pm 

A beautiful afternoon watching an eclectic mix of live dance and film

THE RUSSIAN SLEEP EXPERIMENT

18th May 6pm 

The cast of five actors all offered strong performances, creating a tone that was uncomfortable for the audience and engaging.

REVOLT.SHE SAID.REVOLT AGAIN.

18th May 8pm 

“compelling, with beautiful language that was funny, playful and subverts your expectations”

CULHWCH & OLWEN

19th May 6pm 

Forty-five minutes flew by, with strong energy from the cast who moved through the story quickly, getting straight to each point.  

TIGHTROPE

19th May 8pm 

Tightrope is an excellent production which could (and should) be performed anywhere. Go see it!

GOT A LIGHT ? 

20th May 8pm 

A simply brilliant piece that I’m glad I took the time to watch.

RADIANT VERMIN

22nd May 6pm 

Fun, open, confident, at times deliciously frantic, and at times tearfully heart-warming. Get lost in fantasy, question your humanity, bathe in the realms of Ridley… Go and see it!

LOVE TO HATE YOU 

23rd May 6pm 

Though decorated with love, the pillow had more than this pair. This is not another love story, they were together but they were better off apart.

SCREEN DANCE SPARK 

26th May 2pm 

A thought provoking and interesting 30mins spent on a Sunday afternoon

AND THEN THEY DIED

27th May 4pm 

This semi-improvised piece had plenty of light and shade and made me laugh and ponder in equal measure.

CONSUMERS

27th May 6pm 

*COMING SOON*

PURELY PLATONIC

27th May 8pm 

More petty drama than a pair of drag queens fighting over top billing!

THE GIRL OF INK AND STARS 

30th May 7.15pm 

The devises used to tell this tale were simple, effective and brought a smile onto my face with the sheer inventiveness of it all

LA REVOLUTION EST MAINTENANT

1st June 6pm

The ensemble’s energy and commitment is so infectious that you cannot help but get swept up and whisked away by this madcap satirical look at the world we live in.

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LIFE, STILL

2nd June 4pm

I truly believe they are onto a winner!!

BLAST!

2nd June 6pm 

Blast provided a platform for these three companies to showcase what will inevitably 5 Star shows

GIG NIGHT 

5th June 8pm 

A great night for an introduction to what the Bath music scene has to offer. 

CREATIVE MUSIC TECH DEGREE SHOW

5th June 7pm 

A rare glimpse into the creatives behind the music for games , tv and a lot more besides

SCENIC SHAKESPEARE

5th June  

The pieces I caught on this whistle stop tour were delivered with a youthful and honest energy and for any fan of the Bard this would be a great opportunity to hear his immortal words float out over the beautiful surrounds of Newton Park.

BE MY BABY 

6th June 6pm 

A talented cast make their characters shine, knowing when to raise the stakes and (more importantly) hold back

AS THE SMOKE CLEARS

8th June 6pm 

There’s no denying that As the Smoke Clears is hilarious;

SPARKFEST SHORT FILMS

9th June 6pm 

Kobudai

Kobudai is a brave film; utilising an all-female cast, set on a remote island that worships an ocean deity with every member hoping to be sacrificed to him, there’s a lot to admire about this fantasy-infused short film

Walkman

An ambling reflection on loss and summer bliss, Walkman gives a fresh take on the age-old story of loss, death, grief and remembrance.

Guilty 

*COMING SOON*

PROVIDENCE

15th June 7.30pm 

*COMING SOON*

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THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING

13th June 7.30pm 

A relevant and haunting look at the state our world is in, This Changes Everything packs a punch,

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