storytelling

Robert Lloyd Parry from Nunkie Theatre returns to Tobacco Factory Theatres this autumn to continue his M R James Project, re-telling more of M R James’s most eerie spine chillers by candlelight.

Robert Lloyd Parry from Nunkie Theatre returns to Tobacco Factory Theatres this autumn to continue his M R James Project, re-telling more of M R James’s most eerie spine chillers by candlelight.

Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory (stf) return to Tobacco Factory Theatres this autumn to celebrate their 20th Bristol season. Elizabeth Freestone (Henry V) is back to direct Shakespeare’s comedy about the precarious path to finding love.

A fairy tale adventure bursting with their trademark clowning, absurd jokes, live music and magical illusion.

Sundays at The Wardrobe Theatre: Stimulate your Sunday brain by coming down to Sharp Teeth’s monthly night of many genres

Muckers is a unique, engaging and funny show which empowers future generations.

Storytelling as ritual; Archetypes of the Wild Woman; Connecting to the body; Opening the voice; Creating images through movement.

‘You are sat in the centre of the universe. You fall in love. Over and over again.’ Tonight we invite you to sit next to the most beautiful girl in class and let her Charley Red perfume fill you with…

What is physical theatre? How do we create physical narratives on stage? What is like to be part of a company that dedicates itself to a sustained embodied training?In this workshop, participants have the opportunity to dive into the world of…

dressed. is about the power of clothes to define us, to liberate us, to hide us and to embellish us. It is about making something beautiful out of something dark and traumatic. It is a celebration of female performance and friendship.

A bursary for those who wish to learn more about storytelling performance.

Moving Stories explores storytelling from the perspective of the performer – the process of using body and voice to create.

Theatre Practitioner, Director, Writer and Performer based in Bristol

Open story sharing.

Should we have kids, or not? George and Nir are a real-life same-sex couple trying to answer a question many of us face.

In 2018, Rachel Rose Reid wowed us with the first part of an epic that’s not been told in England for 700 years. Join us for more of this incredible lost story – whether or not you’ve heard part 1….