Wednesday 19 - Friday 21 March 2014. 7.00pm £3
The untold story of the women who made Mustard Gas.
How would anyone even know there was a story to tell, if I said nothing? So I passed it on, the story, everything that happened, all about us Gas Girls.
Three special preview performances of acta's riveting and moving new play, about Bristol women munitions workers in the First World War, created with a cast of 20 local people of all ages.
May 29th 2014 7.00pm
The Gods are arguing over the virtue of humans, so they decide to put them to the test. Can humans prove their worth? Will the sun and moon return to Earth, or will there be a total eclipse forever?
acta's young carers' youth theatre present their annual production.
FUN… FREE… LOCAL
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Fun drama taster sessions taking place this spring & summer for young people from Lawrence Weston, aged 14-19 yrs. At the actacentre, a few spaces remain in our Tuesday youth theatre (year 7+), and lots of new activities for local children & young people over the summer months. Young carers aged 12 - 19 yrs from across Bristol can take part in drama workshops (free transport).
The first in a series of acta Foundation seminars, to bring together experienced practitioners, students, academics and people looking to develop a career in the sector, to share & learn.
Friday 25 April, 2014, 1.30 – 4.30pm at acta centre, Bristol
Devising community theatre – with script, or without?