Show of Strength return to Brislington by popular demand! After 2010’s hugely popular Trading Local in Sandy Park Road, SOS are joining Discover Brislington Brook for an exciting adventure exploring The Pilgrim’s Way.
Show of Strength Theatre Company and Exeter Northcott Theatre are working together with the Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery to create pieces for solo performance inspired by some of the museum’s extraordinary exhibits.
Organised by Brislington Community Partnership, The Westbury on Trym Society and Show of Strength Theatre Company in January, February and March to produce 5 minute monologues for TRADINGLOCAL – THEATRE IN SHOPS
Whether you are experienced, professional or a first time writer we’d like to hear from you.
Writing Workshops have been very much at the root of our professional theatre productions,
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Show of Strength Theatre Company has run series of workshops for writers, encouraging new writing.
Most recently writers have developed five minute monologues (approx 1000 words) with a focus on local, independent shops and retail experiences. A selection of these works were professionally produced in a series of exciting performances in the shops themselves on February 21st 2009. TRADING Local
Show Of Strength is unable to read unsolicited scripts. With funding largely project based we work with writers project by project. See WRITERS for those we have worked with, or whose work we have produced.
In 2006 we produced work by 20 Bristol writers for our WAITING project at The Southville Centre. We are now developing a range of projects for 2007-2009, and plan to commission new work from a variety of writers (from Bristol and beyond) over the next three years.
If you’d like information about furture projects send us an email so we have your address. DON’T send anthing else at this stage. We’ll email information when we have it, and put it here on the website.
Show Of Strength has produced new work in non theatre spaces for over twenty years, and created three informal, intimate and accessible new venues in Bristol – Since 2008 we have taken to the streets and shops and now perform in ‘found’ spaces in and around Bristol.