SISTERHOOD and friendship are the themes of a new comedy show, May-We-Go-Round? which launches Pavilion Dance South West’s spring programme next month.

Described as, “honest, provocative and laugh out loud funny”, the multi-award winning show by The Hiccup Project, takes the audience through the merry-go-round of romance with comedy duo Cristina and Chess.

Whether direct extracts from Chess’ diary aged 10, or summer teenage flings, Cristina and Chess open a window into the hilarious highs and heart breaking lows of their romantic encounters.

After receiving the Pebble Trust Award in December 2015, May-We-Go-Round? achieved a five night sell out at Brighton Fringe 2015, and has since toured nationally, including a well received ten-day run at Dance Base in Edinburgh Fringe 2016.

May-We-Go-Round? takes place at Pavilion Dance in Westover Road on Thursday, February 1 at 7.30pm.

Tickets range from £8 to £14. Suitable for ages 14 plus. (To book see below)

n Pavilion Dance South West’s regular Bolshoi Ballet screenings continue tomorrow with Romeo and Juliet, recreated by Alexei Ratmansky from the beloved Shakespeare classic which will be premièring and screening live to cinemas at 3pm.

Alexei Ratmansky, former artistic director of the Bolshoi Ballet, stages the company’s première of his production with a detailed adaptation, set to Prokofiev’s romantic and cinematic score.

To book for either of these events, please call 01202 203630 or visit website