Past Productions TRADE IT?

‘this is vivid accessible theatre’

‘an intimacy and often thrilling immediacy about the writing and performance’

Suzanne Worrica – ‘ a strikingly lyrical contribution’

THE GUARDIAN

Sandi Toksvig – ‘ acidly funny piece’

Mustapha Matura – ‘potent evocation of the complexities of the fight for freedom and equality.’

THE TIMES.

‘theatre with a difference which has a great deal to say for itself.’

BRISTOL EVENING POST

Read the reviews;

The Times ***
Bristol Evening Post 8/10
The Guardian ****

PERSONAL Recommendations:

Trade It? A series of ten dramatised meditations on Bristol’s shameful past and the continuing injustices that shape identities and individual lives in today’s interdependent world. Performed in the evocative settings of Bristol’s historical city architecture and powered by incisive scripts and full-on performances, this crafted sequence of mini playlets ruminates on the lives and legacies of those caught up within surrounding forces of history and change. Eloquent and entertaining, serious and suprising, not even a Bristol summer downpour could dampen the enthusiasm of actors and audience alike. Highly recommended.

Professor Simon Cottle,
Deputy Head of School,
School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies,
Cardiff University,

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Past Productions Gripping Yarns: free performances in Exeter

Gripping Yarns
Sat 12 & Sun 13 May, 10.30am-4.30pm
Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Queen St, Exeter EX4 3RX

This weekend Show of Strength bring objects in Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum to life and showcase writing by local people.

Watch a series of 12 five-minute monologues performed in the museum’s galleries, close to the objects which inspired them. All the monologues were written and developed in a series of workshops run by Show of Strength in March and April this year. Join us on Saturday and Sunday and prepare to see museum objects in a completely new light.

Download a performance schedule here

Gripping Yarns is a partnership project with RAMM, Exeter Northcott Theatre and Show of Strength and has been funded by Renaissance.

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