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Phone Whore (a one-act play with frequent interruptions)
Written by Cameryn Moore
Venue: Alma Tavern and Theatre
Full Price: £9.00
Truth and taboo collide in this intimate, one-hour visit from a phone sex operator. Listen closely: she may change your views on sex forever.
"...incredibly brutal, pierc...
BOVTS DIRECTORS’ CUTS SEASON: LITTLE ONE
Venue: Tobacco Factory Theatres
Full Price: £12.00
Concession Price: £8.00
In a sleepy suburb of Ottawa, Canada, adopted siblings Aaron and Claire recount tales from their turbulent childhood together. Weaving together a narrative that touches on menta...
Blah's Big Weekend: Kate Tempest with support from Bohdan Piasecki
Presented by Tangent Books, Bristol Old Vic and The Thunderbolt Arts Pub
Venue: Bristol Old Vic, Studio
Full Price: £18
Concession Price: £15
Fri 1 May, 8pm, Bristol Old Vic Studio, £18/£15
We're delighted to be able to offer a rare chance to see Kate in an intimate setting, to be up close as she weaves h...
by Brass Works Theatre
Venue: Brass Works Theatre
Full Price: £12.00
Concession Price: £10.00
Mayday marks the final weekend of political campaigning before this year’s general election with an irreverent look at British politics from the Suffragettes to UKIP.
Hive - a family dance theatre show
Produced by State of Emergency
Venue: Bristol Food Connections
Full Price: £0.00
Concession Price: £0.00
Dance, costume and storytelling converge in a new family show all about Bees. Will our Bee team bring their A game and save the Queen? Will there be flowers again? Can our...
How do you grow a theatre community and what does that word mean? BitFest, the Bristol Improv Theatre’s annual festival of improvisation, has come a long long way since its humble origins as a pub argument.
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