The Sacconi is Quartet in Association at the Royal College of Music and Quartet in Residence at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre.
What does BOV stand for?
BOV stands for Bristol Old Vic (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
ar " Rachel went to Gordonstoun school in Moray and studied at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
Kyle Lima We are about to start the technical rehearsals for A Midsummer Night's Dream at Bristol Old Vic which involves taking the show out of the rehearsal room and starting to put it together on the actual stage, complete with lights, sound, all the set and costumes.
He went on to gain entry at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, where he trained as an actor.
James's biography of data access pioneer Graham Gaskin was made into a BBC film starring Paul McGann, while his first play Chatterton premiered at the Bristol Old Vic in 2000.
Mr Hall has adapted various plays for the theatre, notably for the National Theatre, the Almeida, the Young Vic and the Bristol Old Vic as well as being writer in residence at both the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Live Theatre, Newcastle.
Jack graduated from the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, but is a former pupil of the Queen Elizabeth High School in Hexham.
Antony Holland claimed he tried to protect women when he taught students in the 1950s at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.