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First Season - Winter to Spring 2012
16th-19th / 22nd-26th January
We are proud to announce that the all Bristol company FarOutMan Theatre will be opening our inaugural winter/spring season with the première of their production, Rescue Me. This powerful production set in a women's refuge, shows how humour can unexpectedly spring from despair.
AS WITHIN, SO WITHOUT
This award winning company has performed all over the UK. Their latest production, in collaboration with Northern Stage, makes use of physical storytelling, spoken word, projection and illusion to examine falling in and away from love.
31st-2nd & 5th-9th Feb
THE LOVER, THE WIFE &
GIFT TO THE FUTURE
Join us for an eclectic evening of theatre. Discover Shakespeare with the first play, this perfect antidote to the new film and watch as a story twists and turns with the second. Both plays produced by the same company but delivered in totally different ways, this is a night not to miss
Louvelle Dance & Chris Best - “Echoes of a Lost Music”
Massive Owl – “Tilt” Alys North & Beth Sebresni – “Eggs” “Contemporary performance from Dartington and Falmouth.”
14th-16th & 19th-23rd Feb
Bristol local cast and company at the Bierkeller Theatre, presenting a daring twist on the greatest love story ever told. Opening on Valentine's day, Thrice Three Muses show Shakespeare's immortal genius by using the 400 year old play to challenge a contemporary taboo.
Three performances in one night.
- Echoes...: Abstract and haunting, a glimpse of what's under everything. Features acclaimed song writer, Chris Best. - Tilt: obsession, alternative personal realities and one unexpected disaster that triggered it all. - Eggs: A world without men? No crime and lots of happy, fat women.
Philip is Ginny's boss and lover but it's when Ginny's fiancé Greg, mistakes Philip, for her farther and Philip mistakes Greg for his wife Sheila’s lover that things begin to get a bit complicated – you can see why. Directed by west end veteran John Redgrave and produced by pilotLIGHT.
The Bierkeller will be transformed into the Gothic ale houses of 19th Century New England, a gloomy guest house, Captain Ahab's ill-fated ship and finally (quite literally!) the belly of the whale.