1 & 2 April £2.
Bedminster youth theatres present a double bill – A new cinema has just opened; young people queue to go in; but this is just the beginning of their journey.
Strange things start happening at a local corner shop, but will the detectives work out why before it’s too late?
The Malcolm X Elders tell their stories of moving to England; to reclaim ownership of this story and to celebrate and empower the ‘Windrush Generation’.
It is an important time to set the records straight; to celebrate our contributions; to tell our stories, and the stories of our generation – Barbara Dettering, cast.
December 6 – January 5
Roll up, roll up for a magical, mysterious adventure as a rag-tag band of useless acts take on a desperate quest to save the world’s worst circus!
15 & 16 November. Tickets £3.
In the depths of the Earth lies The Underworld, where Hades rules… but can he keep control of his naughty demons and some unruly souls?
Phoenix Theatre present their latest production, where demons cause havoc, sisters fight to be reunited, people get lost and superheroes save the day. A quirky and fun take on Greek mythology with a bit of Bristol mixed in.
Monday 16, Tuesday 17 & Thursday 19 July Tickets £2
A usual day at Miss Winston’s Academy; science lessons, detention, Sid Jenkins getting locked in a dusty old cupboard. No-one realised what was waiting on the other side. Everything is about to get very UNusual.
July 3 & 4 Tickets £3
Problems seem much bigger when you face them alone. Why not share them with the woman next door?
An original show by St Pauls Stories, acta’s adult company at St Pauls Learning Centre.
5 & 6 June £2
What goes around, comes around. A double-bill of shows from Lockleaze Youth Theatres, performing at Stoke Park School.
Recommended ages 8 years old & above.
29 & 30 May
Three time travellers are sent to help young victims of bullying. What better way than by giving the bullies a taste of their own medicine?
A Young Carers Youth Theatre annual production.
17 & 20 April Tickets £3
Meet Victoria: ‘Loo lady,’ eavesdropper and observer of the twilight world of 1930s Bristol. Based on the memoirs of Victoria Hughes, a cloakroom attendant on the Ladies’ Mile public lavatories (Bristol Downs.)
21 March & 11 April FREE EVENT
Don’t dig a hole for your neighbour to fall into…you may just fall into it yourself! Sheep escaping in a small Sudanese village leads to all sorts of problems.