Productions Why don't we do it in the road?
- Love, Sex & Violence on the Streets of Bedminster -
PREVIEWS 3pm 18 & 25 October & 1 November
Princess Caraboo & Charlie Stephens, the barber who went over Niagara Falls in a barrel.
Smelted gold from Britain’s biggest robbery.
The Bristol man hung for murder whose corpse suffered a fate worse than death.
And a tiny dog collecting money for soldiers in the trenches.
Our new show is a theatrical walk with some of the most extraordinary people – and animals – you’ll ever meet. And every word is true.
WHY DON’T WE DO IT will launch Spring/Summer 2010, but we’d like to know what you think while it’s still in development.
Join us for reduced price previews and after show feedback sessions.
Meet 3pm Sundays 18 & 25 October, 1 November.
Aldi car park, North Street, Bedminster (next to Tobacco Factory).
All tickets £3 (cash only), no need to book, just turn up (rain or shine).
The walk/performance will last an hour and a half and cover about a mile.
Event supported by Bristol City Council and Better Bedminster Community Chest: thank you!
And there’s more:
Saturday 14 November we play Sidwell Street in Exeter with a new version of TRADING LOCAL, the theatre in shops project we invented in Bedminster in February. It’s a partnership with Exeter’s Northcott Theatre, Exeter City Council, Exeter Festivals and Devon Councty Council. Details on the website.
And TRADING LOCAL is back in Bristol next year: we’re working with Brislington Community Partnership on the project for Sandy Park Road. Workshops after Christmas, performances May. Details to follow.
And we’ve got Arts Council funding for a coproduction with Bristol’s Travelling Light to happen next April – again details to follow.
Look forward to seeing you soon.