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What’s On at the Rondo Theatre

Spring is springing, and everyone’s favourite mini theatre has a whole host of shows that’ll put a spring in your step this month.

Rock the Tots 

Gigs for little ones... and their grown-ups! 

Rock the Tots are back with their toe-tapping, toddler appeasing tunes on the 3rd March – this month’s theme is Magic: expect all your nostalgic favourites, from Queen to Bruno Mars, with a dash of pizazz and a splash or sparkles thrown in for good measure. 

Eshaan Akbar: The Pretender 

Whether it’s you, the person you go on a date with, your boss, or the opinion-makers on TV, we’re all pretending we know what we’re doing. We don’t. And it’s about time we all had a proper laugh about it. 

Stand-up comedian Eshaan Akbar brings his debut tour, The Pretender, to the Rondo on Friday 3rd March – as seen on Mock the Week, QI, and Spitting Image.

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This Is Your Musical 

A totally unique improvised musical theatre experience; inspired by stories from the audience, the talented and quick-witted actors spin a brand-new musical right in front of you - an all-singing, all-dancing extravaganza that has to be seen to be believed. 4th March. 

Habeas Corpus 

From the 9th – 11th March, Bath Spa University performing arts students present Alan Bennett’s ridiculous farce on the Rondo stage, directed by New Old Friend’s Fergus Woods-Dunlop (Crimes on Centre Court & Crimes, Camera, Action). Expect mistaken identity and carnal desires in this farce from the past by a more enlightened cast! 

Josh Berry: Sexual Politics 

Josh Berry returns to the Rondo on the 15th & 16th March, Fresh off the back of a sell-out debut tour. Expect plenty of characters and impressions as Josh Berry wades through the two interweaving topics that pre-occupy him most: sex and politics. 

The Memory of Water 

From the 22nd – 25th March, Rondo Theatre Company brings Sheelagh Stephenson’s poignant dark comedy to life... How do you behave when your mother has just died? Well, probably not by getting drunk or stoned would be a good start. The Memory of Water examines the family ties and shared experiences which bind three sisters together.

Escape To Wonderland 


Inspired by the words and stories of Lewis Carroll, WhimsiCo’s debut play Escape to Wonderland combines poetry, music, and prose to explore grief, love, identity, and growing up in a time when it is incredibly hard to do so. 29th & 30th March. 

Mishra ft. Deepa Nair Rasiya 

Mishra are a global folk collective with strong roots in UK folk. They weave a tight web of intricate, Indian-influenced original music that defies definition and has brought them awards including the Christian Raphael Prize and Celtic Connection's Danny Kyle award. Mishra are pleased to present their exciting new collaboration with the formidable vocalist and composer Deepa Nair Rasiya, and will play at the Rondo on the 31st March. 



And finally, for anyone looking for the perfect gift for that hard-to-buy-for loved one, why not Sponsor a Seat and support the campaign to Revamp the Rondo – for a donation of £250 you can sponsor your very own seat and see your (or your loved one’s) name immortalised on a shiny new seat plaque. For all the info, click here.


The Rondo Theatre

St. Saviours Road, Bath, BA1 6RT

Booking Line – 0333 666 3366

Book your tickets for the Rondo Theatre online now through TicketSource.

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