Rapport: the documentary film

We are thrilled to bring you the release of our documentary film following Project Rapport – a two year partnership that brought together local people from different nationalities and shared theatre practice across Europe.

High & Dry

Wednesday September 21 & Friday September 23 – Tickets £2
Torrential rain lashes the Somerset levels, and as the flood waters rise, stranded travellers and resentful residents seek refuge in a deserted pub. In the chaos and confusion, life stories collide, new friendships are made and past tragedies are played out. What emotional flotsam and jetsam will be left when the waters subside?
A new devised play by The Thursdays.
(Child age recommendation 10yrs+)

Three Green Bottles

Thursday October 6 & Friday October 7
Tickets £2
In the dark streets of the criminal world of 1950s England, three rival gangs fight to be at the top, with no thought for who gets hurt on the way. But the top is a fragile and dangerous place to be; surely one is going to fall .
A new show from acta’s young adults’ company, Phoenix.
Not suitable for children.

#acta30 Cabaret des Amis 1985

To commemorate our 30th birthday this year, we’re trawling through our archives and finding some images which tell the acta story. So here goes with number one! Kids’ Theatre performing songs from ‘Handle with Care’ at a cabaret benefit event for Kez in 1985, to buy her a new wheelchair! acta had just started, and this was one of the first shows.

Ticky Picky Boom Boom

Monday 29 September, 7:00pm Tickets £3
The final performance of the show that toured Bristol primary schools last year, and performed at the International Community Arts Festival in Rotterdam earlier this year.