Recent Productions Show of Strength back on the streets of Bedminster

On Saturday 30 March 2013, SHOW OF STRENGTH present TRADING LOCAL in association with Bedminster Town Team, local residents and traders.

From 10.30am, a new selection of bespoke plays will be performed in shops at half-hourly intervals. The action shifts between East Street to North Street. Download a flier and performance schedule here »

Check out photos from the event on this is Bristol! »

Mary Portas loved our show in Ashton Fruit Shop on Friday; says she’s going to lecture on us. Very nice blog & clip about it here – do tweet/pass on.

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Recent Productions TREASURE ISLAND Story Walk

New for 2017: 27 May – 4 June

The perfect family activity in the place where it all began: Bristol Docks

See hidden caves and spy holes, and discover the dark and dirty deeds of Long John Silver, Blind Pew, and a host of pirates and buccaneers!

One hour, suitable for age 8+

Times/prices/details on the flier »

Starts at: Merchant Venturers Almshouses, jct King St/Prince St BS1 4DT
See map »
But remember, “Them that die’ll be the lucky ones…”

In association with the Long John Silver Trust’s Treasure Island Trail
www.longjohnsilvertrust.co.uk

TREASURE ISLAND STORY WALK Gerard Cooke & Nadia Williams, pic Zuleika Henry
Gerard Cooke & Nadia Williams, pic Zuleika Henry


Recent Productions TRADING LOCAL Wells

Trading Local Wells - Free Theatre in Shops, Saturday 21 March

48 free shows, Wells City Centre, Saturday 21 March, 10.30am-4.15 pm.

We’re working with Wells Festival of Literature on a new version of the project that turns high streets into theatres.

12 great short scripts have been selected from nearly 40 submissions.

We’ve got shows in a shoe shop — Basil Powell, a butcher — Griffiths & Sons, a florist — Lynnsey Kelly Flowers and Wells Film Centre 3 Screen Cinema, to name but four.

And six great actors: William Bateman, Kirsty Cox, Rachael Fagan, David Reake, Lynda Rooke and Chris Yapp.

Join us from 10.30 to see a show, have a coffee, shop, see another show, lunch — and repeat. All the shows are free, so what’s not to like?

Download the full performance schedule »

And here’s a delighted Mary Portas watching us in Ashton Fruit shop, Bristol »