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    Down Our Road

    June 14 & 15. Tickets £2

    ‘Loneliness, rivalries, pranks and parties – it all happens down our road!’

    A poignant and humorous snapshot of life in Lockleaze today, devised and performed by local residents.

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    something else

    Thursday 1st June, 1.00pm & 3.30pm, Tickets £7

    Live on stage, the much-loved story of a small creature who lives his life always trying to fit in but never does, because he's Something Else. Then one day a stranger turns up who wants to be friends… But does Something Else want to know someone who's not like him? Presented by Deafinitely Theatre, the UK’s leading deaf theatre company.

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    the keeper of souls

    May 30 & 31. Tickets £2
    A thrill a minute chiller from Who Cares Youth Theatre.

    Beware the spirits who beckon you in. There’s no escape from…The Keeper of Souls.

    Recommended age 6 years and above.

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    it's my life

    Tuesday 23 May & Wednesday 24 May . £3
    Zahra wants to be a model, Yasmin just wants to be herself.. what’s so wrong with that?

    A new show from parents at Hannah More Primary, who last year brought Fatima & Sumaya to actacentre.

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    Gas Girls

    April - June 2017
    The untold story of the women who made mustard gas.

    This exceptional WWI centenary show from Avonmouth, Bristol is back at actacentre before a regional tour.

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Young carers

Young carers aged 10 - 18 from across Bristol and beyond are invited to actacentre for a "play in 3 days" challenge - free transport provided - next on 24 - 26 July.

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Deafinitely Theatre

A new partnership bringing the UKs only professional deaf-led theatre company to actacentre. On Saturday 13 May, as part of the Southbank Arts Trail, a taster drama workshop for deaf and hearing young people aged 14 - 25, introducing participants to devising bilingual theatre.

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