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Alice Cope has been a theatre lover from a young age and is now writing for Broadway World as a Bristol based theatre critic.




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BWW Review: BEAUTIFUL: THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL, Bristol Hippodrome PhotoBWW Review: BEAUTIFUL: THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL, Bristol Hippodrome
Posted: Feb. 26, 2020


BWW Review: WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF, The Tobacco Factory PhotoBWW Review: WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF, The Tobacco Factory
Posted: Feb. 29, 2020


BWW Review: THE LARAMIE PROJECT, Bristol Old Vic PhotoBWW Review: THE LARAMIE PROJECT, Bristol Old Vic
Posted: Feb. 22, 2020


BWW Review: UNICORNS, ALMOST, Bristol Old Vic PhotoBWW Review: UNICORNS, ALMOST, Bristol Old Vic
Posted: Sep. 5, 2019


BWW Review: ONCE UPON A TIME, Tobacco Factory Theatres PhotoBWW Review: ONCE UPON A TIME, Tobacco Factory Theatres
Posted: Sep. 26, 2019


BWW Review: WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF, The Tobacco Factory
February 29, 2020

There is something perversely voyeuristic about this play, watching the self-destruction of these four individuals, and in particular the complex and antagonistic relationships.

BWW Review: BEAUTIFUL: THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL, Bristol Hippodrome
February 26, 2020

It would be really quite difficult to watch this musical and not leave with a smile on your face. Whether or not you're a big fan of Carole King's own singing career, you'll find great joy in the way that the range of pop songs from her songwriting era - which are peppered throughout - are performed so wonderfully.

BWW Review: THE LARAMIE PROJECT, Bristol Old Vic
February 22, 2020

Welcome to Laramie, Wyoming - population 26,687. Here we find a small town shaken by a shocking event which impacted almost everyone who lived there. Although this play was first performed 20 years ago, it still feels so current and real for the world we live in today.

BWW Review: ONCE UPON A TIME, Tobacco Factory Theatres
September 26, 2019

Once upon a time there lived two storytelling brothers, their younger sister and a very silly story. This hilarious and nonsensical fairy tale adventure, bursting with absurd jokes and physical comedy, was brought to the Spielman Theatre of the Bristol Tobacco Factory by Gonzo Moose, known best for their inventive way of presenting clowning on stage.

BWW Review: UNICORNS, ALMOST, Bristol Old Vic
September 5, 2019

This week marks 80 years since Britain declared war on Germany and the Second World War began. Yet the story of a young poet caught in conflict, torn between his desire to be on the front line and the safety of his desk job, is still as relevant and poignant as ever.