The Ministry of Entertainment was formed by two actors, Kate McNab and Joe Hobbs, to produce theatre based on oral histories from the era of the Second World War. They had met in 1997 during Bristol Old Vic’s premier run of Up the Feeder, Down the Mouth which was directed by Andy Hay and written by A.C.H. Smith about Bristol Docks from the stories of the dockers themselves. During the run Joe and Kate persuaded fellow performer Kit Morgan to be musical director for their new venture. more…
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BERYL'S OF MAYFAIR - the First Rinse, A preview
4 May at 19:30–22:00
Zion Community Art Space, Bristol. BS13 7JW
A preview of Ministry of Entertainment's new show, a one-woman show for Kate McNab, currently in development before touring in the autumn. Come and be the first audience (and willing guinea pigs) to this daft and affectionate tale of love, lies, and perming lotion set in the 60s styling salon of Beryl.
Tickets only £5, doors open 7.30pm, show starts 8pm, full bar and snacks available all night.
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