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A jam-packed June at Bath’s most adventurous theatre

Larkhall’s intimate Rondo Theatre, one of Bath’s best loved venues, is well known for attracting cutting-edge new theatre and some of the most exciting up-and-coming acts on the comedy circuit, as well as big name stars testing out new work. This June, the Rondo brings us a vibrant programme packed with brand-new theatre, hilarious stand-up comedy, and electrifying music.

The Rondo will be playing host to a programme of Bath Fringe Festival shows, which runs until 10th June. Acts coming to the venue include Milo Edwards (1st June) who had one of the most lauded shows of the 2022 Edinburgh Fringe. Patrick Duff (3rd June), who fronted the cult 90’s group Strangelove who signed to Parlophone/EMI and released three critically acclaimed albums. And, 'Celebrate Me' an engaging, funny and moving new comedy drama by the hugely popular, Really Truly Theatre Company.

After the Fringe, the Rondo will host Josh Berry (14th June), 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. Saturday 17th June sees the premiere of John William Richard’s allegorical ‘journey of life’ album Almost Hollywood. JWR brings with him a talented group of musicians to realise a story that many understand. Whatever your hopes and aspirations are, life will have its ups and downs meaning many of us may have to settle for reaching… Almost Hollywood.

This June, the Rondo brings us a vibrant programme packed with brand-new theatre, hilarious stand-up comedy, and electrifying music.


Larkhall’s own Beaufort Bookshop presents an incredible one-off event (27th June) to mark the launch of The Hill, a collaboration between the author Max Porter and wood engraver Hilary Paynter. Word and image, and hand and machine combine on the page in this very special book, encouraging the reader to view Little Solsbury Hill, or any hill, through the lens of both recent and ancient history. The Hill is a work of art, and a unique opportunity to own a series of engravings and an original text that has been pasted together at every stage by two outstanding creative talents at the peak of their powers. 

Following two sell-out runs at Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Eleanor Higgins brings her 'In Pursuet' show to the Rondo (30th June). The story of ‘Woman’ who is sat in a therapist’s office. She’s been sent there to deal with her drink problem. But she doesn’t have a problem and she doesn’t need help. She just needs Sue Perkins. They’re meant for each other. If only Sue could see that too. But how can she? She’s too busy being a celebrity.


The Rondo Theatre

St. Saviours Road



Booking Line – 0333 666 3366

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

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