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ProductionsWhy don’t we do it in the road?

Recent Productions WHY DON'T WE DO IT IN THE ROAD returns in May 2015

Why dont we do it in the road

Love, Sex and Violence on the Streets of Bedminster on Saturday 9,16 and 23 of May.

Part of Bristol Walking Festival and funded by Bedminster Town Team.

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Venue ★★★★ review – 24 Sept ’10, Issue 928
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this is Bristol ★★★★ review – 24 May ’11
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Recent Productions Why Don’t We Do It In The Road? Returns 26 April 2014

WHY DON’T WE DO IT IN THE ROAD?
Love, Sex and Violence on the Streets of Bedminster returns.

Shows Sat 26 April (free for BS3 residents), Sat 3 May and Sat 10 May.

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Productions The Butchers of Bedminster Poem

Chris Yapp As Aldred Daw Collard, The Poet Butcher Of Bedminster(photo: Zuleika Henry)

Aldred Daw Collard, ‘Poet Butcher’ of Bedminster, celebrates the survival of his shop at 57 North Street.

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Past Productions Why don't we do it in the road? 2011

BACK AGAIN FOR 2011


Why don’t we do it in the road? — love, sex and violence on the streets of Bedminster

Venue ★★★★ review – 24 Sept ’10, Issue 928
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this is Bristol ★★★★ review – 24 May ’11
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A regular Sunday event throughout the summer from April 24th to September 25th 2011 plus bank holidays but no shows in August.

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Past Productions Why don't we do it in the road? 2010

Back by popular demand

Why don’t we do it in the road? — love, sex and violence on the streets of Bedminster

In autumn 2009 we previewed a new outdoor show and it was so successful we’re making it a regular Sunday event throughout the autumn from September 19th to October 24th 2010.

Venue ★★★★ review – 24 Sept ’10, Issue 928

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Past Productions Why don't we do it in the road?

- Love, Sex & Violence on the Streets of Bedminster -

PREVIEWS 3pm 18 & 25 October & 1 November 2009

Our new show is a theatrical walk with some of the most extraordinary people – and animals – you’ll ever meet. And every word is true.

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