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Bristol Old Vic’s long-running love affair with irrepressible Cornish theatre company Kneehigh is being celebrated in this visual gem of a co-production, based on the life and work of avant-garde Russian artist Marc Chagall and his first wife, the writer Bella Rosenfeld.The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk is being staged right at the heart of the Theatre Royal’s 250th anniversary programme and carries extra frisson as the final production for Kneehigh of artistic director Emma Rice, now embedded in the equivalent role at Shakespeare’s Globe.
The play’s added dimension tells of Russia’s multiple traumas throughout Chagall’s lifetime – the pogroms, the revolution, the forced migration of Jews, the Marxist regime.
Scanning through hours of footage from the League One promotion campaign, Little reckons he has picked up on the team spirit which made Phil Parkinson’s first season in charge so successful.
And the former Bristol City full-back believes positive vibes he has sensed since walking through the club’s doors will stand the Whites in good stead in the Championship next season.
“I have been watching some highlights on You Tube, trying to get a feel of the team. “I watched the last game of the season against Peterborough United and when the cameras went through the dressing room afterwards you could see how well the lads got on with each other.
Any player would want to be a part of that.” Little bills himself as an athletic wing-back with considerable Championship experience.
Since the founding of the university itself in 1909, it has grown considerably and is now one of the largest employers in the local area, although it is smaller by student numbers than the nearby University of the West of England.
Bristol does not have a campus but is spread over a considerable geographic area.
And, within the lifetime of many people who lived in the city then, they’ve just elected a mixed race mayor who wouldn’t have got a job on the buses.” Staunch Rees backer, Stephenson turned 79 during the election campaign.
FAMILY TIES: Marvin Rees’ mother Janet (left) and sister Dionne (Pic: Kofi Allen) At a birthday party I attended at his Bristol home with the two of them – a relaxed Rees wearing a Superman tee-shirt - Stephenson said: “I’m so happy that this great city has turned its back on racial prejudice by electing Marvin.
WANDERERS new boy Mark Little has already hit the net at the Macron Stadium.
Holed up in the club’s hotel as he looks for a permanent base in the North West, the defender has used his time wisely by brushing up on his new team-mates.
That is why Rees’s first act as the new Labour mayor last week was to ask his finance officers to let him know how much money there is available to spend on the pledges he made to get elected. After getting elected, Rees said, in his swearing in speech: “We have to be united and innovative” because “maintaining and improving vital public services won’t be an easy task”.