Monday 26 March to Thursday 29 March
The three REACT project partners from Bristol, Rotterdam and Palermo come together to share learning about making theatre with refugees. Joined by theatre companies and practitioners, academics and students for a series of workshops and conversations, as well as six new refugee theatre shows. Festival passes from £25.
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 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.
Young carers from across the City are signing up for acta’s next “play in 3 days” challenge on 12 – 14 February. They will present a public performance of the show they create at 6pm on Wednesday 14 February. All welcome to come along to see what they’ve create in just three days.
December 7 – 16. Tickets £3.
acta’s hugely popular annual festive show.
All you need is …a bit of imagination, and the everyday becomes amazing!
6pm on Wednesday 26 July
Young carers from across the City present a public performance of the show they create in just 3 days!. All welcome
Friday July 21 1.30pm & 7pm £3
London today / Somalia under British rule. Two women and two worlds collide.
Maanta iyo London / Soomaalidii xukunka ingriis hoos joogtay.
Tuesday July 11 6.30pm & Wednesday July 12 1.45pm £2
Stories from our railway.
An original new show, created and performed by local people from the Avonmouth Stories company.
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.
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.