Piano Not Included playing at Chapel Arts in Bath
Following its success at the Brighton Fringe Festival, Piano Not Included will be playing at Chapel Arts in Bath for the first time on Saturday.
Inspired by a true story, musical backstage disasters come to life again in a show packed full of comedy, theatre and well-loved music that everyone will recognise.
What happens when a pianist is booked but a tuba player arrives?
What will the drunken violinist do next?
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And can the concert really go ahead without a pianist?
Written, acted and performed by the Goldman Ensemble, Piano Not Included features four exceptional musicians and actors playing piano music arranged for violin, French horn, tuba and percussion.
The show with its humorous story line has been delighting audiences around the UK.
The Chapel Arts Centre in Bath is a new destination for the group.
"We are so excited about finally having the chance to play here, as we seem to have played about every other venue in Britain without making it down to this part of the West Country," says Gavriella Goldman who plays French horn alongside her sister and musical arranger Ortal.
Ortal plays violin, Matthew Green is on percussion and Ola Ness plays tuba.
"We are the only group permanently in the country with this combination and we perform a mixture of rearranged piano music from Bach, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Mozart to Scott Joplin and others.
"Piano Not Included is a musical comedy for anyone who has ever had a really, really bad day."
Tickets are £12 on the door. The show starts at 8pm.